Angermeyer Waterfront Inn

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Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
Angermeyer Waterfront Inn

The Angermeyer Waterfront Inn is a first class Galapagos Hotel built using lava rocks and drift wood to create a unique atmosphere and the feeling of being close to nature. The Inn is idyllically located across the Bay with splendid views to town and the interior of Santa Cruz Galapagos Island.

With twenty-one fully equipped rooms, the Inn features its own private dock and waterfront restaurant. Guests at the Angermeyer Waterfront Inn will enjoy the historical significance with great service.

Historical Significance of the Angermeyer Waterfront Inn
One of Angermeyer Waterfront Inn's central structures is Gus Angermeyer's "cave". This area is now used as the Galapagos hotel reception and cafe. This legendary site was Gus' sanctuary; he was among the earliest settlers on Santa Cruz Galapagos Island.

Inspired by Darwin´s descriptions, he and his two brothers left Germany in the early 1930´s, seeking for a life in harmony with nature, finding their home in Santa Cruz Galapagos Island. They settled on the area later known as "Angermeyer Point" on Santa Cruz Galapagos Island. Part of the original home structures are still standing today and are a main part of the atmosphere of this Galapagos Hotel.

Services and Facilities
* Angermeyer Waterfront Gourmet Restaurant
* Wireless Internet
* TV Cable
* Cozy Angermeyer bar and cafe with original fireplace
* Air Conditioning and ceiling fans
* Laundry Service
* Nonsmoking Rooms
* Safety deposit boxes

About Santa Cruz
Named after the Holy Cross (Spanish), Santa Cruz Galapagos Island has an area of 986 km² and a maximum altitude of 864 m. (2834 ft). Puerto Ayora is Santa Cruz Galapagos Island´s main town and hosts the largest human population in Galapagos. The headquarters of the Galapagos National Park and Charles Darwin Research Station are located in Santa Cruz Galapagos Island. The Highlands of Santa Cruz Galapagos Island are famous for its lava tunnels.