• Private bathroom with hot and cold water
  • Closet
  • Breakfast included
  • Cable TV
  • Window to the Garden

The Amazonian motmot or common motmot (Momotus momota), also called the lion bird (in Venezuela), barranquero or crowned barranquillo (in Colombia), Amazonian watchmaker (in Peru) or burgo (in Argentina, Bolivia and Paraguay), is a species of coraciform bird belonging to the genus Momotus of the Momotidae family. It is native to South America.

Distribution and habitat
It is widely distributed from the lowlands to the east of the Andes of north central Colombia and west of Venezuela, in the Guiana shield of Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana, throughout the Amazon basin of Brazil, east of Ecuador, south and southeast of Colombia, southern Venezuela, eastern Peru and northern Bolivia, south to southwestern Brazil, northern Paraguay, southern Bolivia, and extreme northern Argentina, with a disjoint population on the northeast coast of Brazil.5


Room details

  • Guests: 2
  • Room size: 12 m²
  • Bed size(s): 1.40
  • Room type

Room conditions

  • Check in is done through electronic form
  • When arriving at the hotel they must have the mask on
  • In social areas you must wear a mask
  • In social areas you must keep the social distancing of 2 meters
  • The hotel has different disinfection points
  • If you feel symptoms of Covid, please notify the reception
  • Upon arrival at the hotel there is a disinfection point for both the guest and the suitcases
$124,000 / Per night
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