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Central and convenient, the Golden Monky offers a variety of rooms and suites and a pool; the restaurant downstairs is pretty good value, too. Don’t wander at night without a taxi.
‘Deliciously different,’ and the clocks in the lobby prove it. It is one of the cheapest hotels in town that has its own pool – a bonus you’ll surely appreciate in this steamy climate...
Two blocks from the Plaza Bolívar, the 60-room Caribe has an older section with good basic rooms and a newer area with better beds. A grand art-deco staircase graces the lobby...
This small 22-room hotel isn’t anything particularly memorable, yet it has quiet, acceptable air-con rooms and the room rate includes breakfast in the adjacent restaurant.
This waterfront high-rise hotel’s 63 unusually large rooms all have bathrooms, hot water, silent air-con, cable TV and a fridge. Downstairs is a business center with internet access and a small pool...
Homely from afar, the corridors of the Miracle Hotel are clad almost entirely in eerie white tile, with spick-and-span rooms to match. The newer section has slightly nicer rooms.
The stylish four-star Kristoff, done up in dark woods and marble floors, has a wide range of facilities, including a restaurant, spa, gym and a deliciously palm-fringed pool with an outdoor bar.
This five-floor 88-room hotel is a good compromise between quality and price, and has a breezy rooftop terrace.
Set in an old rambling mansion, this tranquil place has 13 large rooms with high ceilings, air-con and private facilities. Also a popular por rato (love motel).
This white colonial building is your best budget bet in the old town, with 32 very basic rooms and a pleasant common area to sit for a chat at the end of the day...
This sparse budget spot offers 16 basic rooms with colonial tiled floors.
Popular with in-the-know business travelers, this new six-room lodging looks humdrum from the outside but the snug and ultra-modern white rooms sport phones, flat-screen TVs and strong wi-fi...
Opened in 1953, this massive five-star hotel is Maracaibo’s institution. The portraits of Chávez and Bolivar in the lobby tell you who’s running the show now. It has two restaurants, a sizeable swimming pool and sauna.
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