Hotel Chacao Cumberland

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Av Santa Lucia con Av Principal del Bosque, Caracas, Venezuela
Hotel Chacao Cumberland
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Satisfaction Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 17% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families42
  • Couples56
  • Solo30
  • Business28

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Forum Posts

Do you think Peru or Venezuela is a better place to visit ?

by purplemoonn777

Hello, I am a 1st time traveler to South America and like Peru, Venezuela, and Columbia.

Which place would you go first? What is your Favorite thing about Venezuela? Peru? Columbia?

Thanks !

Re: Do you think Peru or Venezuela is a better place to visit ?

by cgf

Peru, Venezuela and Columbia are different kind of holiday.
What do you expect from your 1st time to South America?

Re: Do you think Peru or Venezuela is a better place to visit ?

by GrumpyDiver

I can only comment on Peru:

1. The Amazon River and all of the wonderful wildlife in the Amazon Basin;

2. The Andes and of course, Cusco, the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu; and

3. The Antiplano and Lake Titicaca.

Re: Do you think Peru or Venezuela is a better place to visit ?

by Josilver

Peru is by far the safest and tourist friendly with a well set up tourist industry where it is easy to organise tours and get where you want to go.
1) Peru has wonderful scenery, history and culture
2) Vebnezuela - Angel Falls and Canaima lagoon

I have not been to columbia

Re: Do you think Peru or Venezuela is a better place to visit ?

by cgf

also Gan Sabana has to be visited in Venezuela.

Re: Do you think Peru or Venezuela is a better place to visit ?

by robine

In terms of history and archeology peru is the winner, hands down.

Re: Do you think Peru or Venezuela is a better place to visit ?

by CatherineReichardt

For me, Peru is the ultimate travel destination - we went there for a month long honeymoon in 2001 and have been itching to go back ever since!
The Sacred Valley around Cusco may sound like a bit of a cliche, but it is famous because it has so very much to offer the tourist in terms of culture, scenery and relative affordability. Our favourite places were Ollantaytambo and Moray, which are a little off the beaten tourist track. If you're interested, there is a wonderful book by Peter Frost on Exploring Cusco, which is a 'must have' for anyone planning a trip to that part of the world. To make the best of this part of the world, you need to be moderately fit, as getting to the most interesting sites often involves some hiking.
We also really enjoyed Arequipa (which feels more European than South American) and Canyon de Colcha, but were a trifle disappointed by Lake Titicaca.
My husband has to travel to Venezuela on business, and doesn't have much positive to say about the safety in Caracas.
I hear good things about Columbia, but I gather that the tourist infrastructure isn't as well developed as Peru - yet another place on the 'Must Do' list!
If you're planning to go to South America, consider joining the South American Explorers Club, which is well worth the (small) expense involved. They have several club houses across South America (Lima, Cusco, Quito and Buenos Aires) and offer fantastic resources in terms of information. Follow this link to their homepage:

Travel Tips for Caracas

Making friends in Caracas

by juliojimenez

My name is Julio Jiménez. My telephone at work is (0212) 205 56 33. My cel phone is 0416 718 64 34.

I live in Caracas, La California Norte and I am always happy to meet people coming to Venezuela.

Best regards,
Julio Walking around...

Cheap Gold

by Smarr

The beaches are nice and the beer is cheap. The night life downtown is said to be great! The gold inexpensive so a necklace for that special someone does not cost an arm and a leg That I can't remember

drink a lot of fruit juice. ...

by CLillard

drink a lot of fruit juice. Almost every restaurant in Caracas serves fresh fruit juice of many different fruits. The usually offer strawberry, passion fruit, orange, watermelon, papaya, pineapple, etc.


by cheesecake17

To make international calls you must dial:

* The outgoing country's International Network Access Code (usually but not always 00);

* the Country Code of the country you are calling;

* the local area code (this usually but not always requires you to drop the first digit)

* the number you want to be connected to

Sabana Grande Accommodation (Safe zone)

by travelife

The area Sabana Grande where the hotel is located in, is not the dangerous zone but not the safest zone either. It is located in between centre (the most dangerous zone even in daylight crowd!) and Altamira (the residecial area of upper middle class and good shopping mall). In Altamira accommodations are expensive and you perhaps don’t get to see the real Caracas. I found some regular and relaxed motorcycle-police around and haven seen anything to be cautioned off. Well, I just did not show my camera and like all over Latin America, people get the first impression as if I am a Latino! So, it was easy to blend in.


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Address: Av Santa Lucia con Av Principal del Bosque, Caracas, Venezuela