SachaJi Wellness Hotel is like no other place in the northern Andes Mountains offering mind, body and spirit the sense of balance and connection. This mountain-top wellness sanctuary located in the northern Ecuadorian Avenue of the Volcanoes combines scenic magnificence and sustainable, feng-shui based design to create an experience where art meets nature. SachaJí is the ideal place for nature-lovers, wellness-seakers, mountain-enthusiasts, or for those just looking to relax and re-connect.
The intimate 11-room setting , our personalized service, organic Andean cuisine, and an array of wellness, natural and cultural activities, has already created, and will continue to create, a holistic journey our guests never forget. Each room here will provide you with a patio and a terrace. Featuring a shower, private bathroom also comes with a hairdryer and free toiletries. You can enjoy lake view and mountain view from the room. Extras include a fireplace, a sofa and a desk.
A Private Suite, or Yaku House, with its own kitchenette, living room, and Wi-Fi
A Yoga Room with a capacity of 30 people, expandable to 45 people. This space can also become a classroom or conference room, fully equipped with a projector and professional audio/video equipment
Couples treatment room & single treatment room with showers
A Reading Room with a big screen TV for evening movies
A Bar to enjoy our natural juices, wine and herbal tea
Complimentary Wireless Internet Access in the Reading Room and Bar
Accessible green roofs where guests can enjoy the fascinating view from our hammocks
An exterior meditation area in the orchard
A Gift Shop where you can purchase Sacha Ji products, such as our unique hand embroidered lavender pillows and shower curtains made by local indigenous women
Please note: This lodging will operate with a minimum of 16 pax.
This was our first trip to South America and we were a little nervous. But Adventure Life made things so easy! All our questions were answered before we left, and our guide, Vidal, was amazing! He gave us enough space to explore without rushing us along. He also knew where the best picture taking opportunities were, which was great.