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Santa Fe - El Café

Santa Fe - El Café

We paid Bs$5,000 / night for a room with two single beds and private bathroom in June 2001

private bath, fan, clean, although you might encounter a musty smell to the room (nothing an incense stick can't fix), restaurant, great rooftop for relaxing in a hammock (supply your own). Do tours to nearby islands and beaches.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 25, 2002

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Puerto Colombia / Choroni -...

Puerto Colombia / Choroni - Hotel Bahia

We paid Bs15,000 / night for a room with two beds, fan and private bathroom in Octobre 2001

Very very basic, very springy saggy beds. Not much to tell really, but if you on a budget, this is about the cheapest you'll find. There are other places for the same price if you look around, but the quality won't be much better.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 25, 2002

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Chichiriviche - Posada Sol...

Chichiriviche - Posada Sol Arena y Mar

Bs10,000 for a room with a double and private bathroom.

new, well located, private bathroom, air-conditioned, friendly owner.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 25, 2002

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Hotel 'El Caney': Hotel 'El Caney'

9.500 BVS per night for double room

Small cabine style hotel, more like a posada. 6 rooms with private bath, shared kitchen and refridgerator. Run by a lovely couple, Julie from Peru and her husband from Canada.

  • Opinion of Price: least expensive
  • Written August 24, 2002

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Half of our stay, we slept in...

Half of our stay, we slept in our hammock, under a churuata (Indian home). It's cheap and good, if you hang your hammock in the right way. If not, you don't sleep at all. If renting a budget room, keep in mind that airco is very noisy and without it 's very hot. Anyway, you're never alone in the room, lots of little beasts are there to accompany you.

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  • Written August 24, 2002

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There was a lot of...

There was a lot of construction , so there are alot of new hotels, any one should be good but i Liked the Hilton
you can get very cheap packages for as low as 700$ US, with air fare, depending on when you go

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written August 24, 2002

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we stayed at the Hilton in a...

we stayed at the Hilton in a time share
Getting there and staying was very affordable however, travel (mostly by taxi) and food were not cheap, nor were activities, i.e. horse back riding, etc.

Everything was beautiful and the staff was incredible. Everything from the food to the views to the shops in the hotel, perfect !

  • Opinion of Price: most expensive
  • Written August 24, 2002

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The only hotel I stayed in was...

The only hotel I stayed in was Hotel Rasil in Puerto la Cruz, right next to the ferry port and on the Paseo Colón.

It was very nice, with a great view from the 8th floor.

In the evenings Paseo Colón offers you the oportunity to seat in one the restaurants, cafes or just stroll and see the craft tables while eating an ice cream.

I even managed to meet a portuguese couple who own a bakery there.

5 minutes from the ferry to Margarita Island.

The beach is right behind the trees.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 24, 2002
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I stayed at my family's house...

I stayed at my family's house in Puerto Ordaz and can only remeber the centre where the shops were and that I decided to go by myself buy some clementines from a street vendor and payed double the price for them... luckily they were really juicy and sweet.

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  • Written August 24, 2002

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I stayed at the Embassy Suites...

I stayed at the Embassy Suites Hotel. It was fine. There isn't much of a local flavor but it is an excellent business hotel. The picture was taken from my room.

  • Opinion of Price: more expensive than average
  • Written August 24, 2002
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Canaima Camp Hotel, or one of...

Canaima Camp Hotel, or one of the smaller guesthouse-type hotels in the area

The Canaima Camp hotel is the best lodging in the area (or at least it was when I was there), its location is excellent. Most rooms have great views of the lake, waterfalls and tepuis in the distance (the picture below is a view from the hotel's beach). When I was there in 1995, this was the only hotel in Canaima. There were a few smaller and cheaper guesthouses. We stayed in one of the guesthouses. It wasn't plush by any means, but the barbecue dinner they made us there was UNBELIEVABLE.

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  • Written August 24, 2002
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Actually I stayed at 3...

Actually I stayed at 3 different hotels in Caracas. My first hotel was Lincoln Suites, at Ave. Fco. Solano. I also stayed at the Hotel Montpark, Calle Los Cerritos in Bello Monte. Hotel Las Americas, Apartado 62-256, Este, Caracas.

Lincoln Suites Hotel is a 4 stars hotel, with all the comforts. Swimming pool, modern, the room was nice and quite comfortable. The Montpark hotel, had a pool on the roof with a nice view of the city and surrounding mountains.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 24, 2002
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Sheraton: Sheraton



We stayed in the Sheraton at the beach, about a 30 minute drive from the Caracas airport. One note of caution - a 5 star resort in America is not the same in Venezuela (do I sound horribly naive?!). The rooms were just not that nice. The common areas were well-kept and the pool was huge with another smaller more secluded pool as well. The pool bartender made some excellent fruit smoothies which helped get us through the extremely hot and humid day. There was a live band in the bar at ight and the spanish dacning was wild - very fun experience.

  • Opinion of Price: about average
  • Written August 24, 2002

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In S. Francisco de Guayo we...

In S. Francisco de Guayo we sleep in the hammocks of the Indios huts. The Warao Indians – literally the ‘Canoe People’- are the native inhabitants of the delta. With a population of 24,000, the Warao constitute the second largest indigenous tribe in the country. Family groups reside in palafitos (wooden houses raised on stilts) along the banks of the river, and spend most of their daily lives in canoes fishing the nearby caños and hunting and gathering in the surrounding forests. Skilled craftspeople, the Warao build their palafitos and canoes from forest wood using traditional techniques, and, owing to increased contact with tourists, have also begun to carve figurines from balsa wood and to make necklaces, baskets and hammocks from the leaves and seeds of the ubiquitous moriche palm. The moriche palm, however, supplies more than just the basis for artesania. Otherwise known as the ‘tree of life’, the moriche provides the Indians with fruit, juices and a sweet pulp that can be made into a type of bread. Moreover, the trunk of the palm is used to cultivate a thumb-sized beetle grub, the moriche worm, a nutritious dietary supplement.

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  • Written August 24, 2002
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