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Guesthouses and B&Bs
Cabañas Murmullo De Piedra
Cabañas Murmullo de Piedra is situated in the Sierra La Culata National Park in Mérida. Free Wi-Fi access is available in this property. The rooms will provide the guests with a TV. Private bathrooms also come with a shower...
Casa Alemana Suiza
In the south end of town, this posada has a different feel from the more touristy center. The rooms are spacious and quiet; treat yourself, if you can, to a suite with a Jacuzzi...
Hotel El Tisure
Owned by a Frenchwoman from Martinique, this delightfully cozy hotel and friendly staff will appeal to those with European tastes, and is exceptional value for the price. Good location, and a quality bar and restaurant downstairs.
The marble halls are classy, but frequent large groups means that noise-wise, the ostentatious Mistafí can be a bit boomy. For a touch of tranquility with your Scotch, ask for a room at the back – they have mountain views.
Hotel Prado Río
Set in vast, walled-in grounds, the Prado Río offers the faded glory of the Venezuelan bourgeois , now maintained by a small army of Bolivarian worker-bees...
La Casona De Margot
The stylish rooms in this old colonial building boast such high ceilings that some rooms have been lofted – perfect for a large family. Free coffee, fluffy white towels and a small garden patio add to the allure.
This swish hotel offers five fully self-contained apartments with kitchen, pots and pans, stove, fridge, computer with broadband and washer-dryer combos. It’s set in a central yet tranquil spot, just opposite the Plaza Espejo...
This Venezuelan-run posada is a popular one. Rooms surround a central garden courtyard, and there’s a good kitchen guests can use. The owner runs a tour agency from the posada.
Posada Casa Sol
This exquisite guesthouse challenges the definition of a posada, with a sense of luxury and service normally expected from a fine hotel...
This rambling posada with four floors, a terrace and two kitchens is the sort of place where rough-stubbled, fleece-wearing, sun-reddened mountain climbers stumble into the rooftop lounge with cries of ‘dude, wicked cool!’ Grab a double at the back, i...
Posada Jama Chía
If your grandmother was put in charge of the Boy Scouts, this is what camp might be like. She won't let you party much, but her posada has the most - and most comfortable - dorm beds available in town...
Posada La Montaña
This classic, well-run posada is a perennial favorite for its location, well-kept rooms and helpful staff. Rooms have bathrooms, safety deposit boxes, minibars and a terrace tempts with hammocks and gorgeous mountain views...
Posada Los Escaladores
The ‘Mountain Climbers’ is a good place to begin or end a mountain adventure. It’s just around the corner from most of the agencies, and the posada rents rain jackets, too. Good, clean value.
Posada Luz Caraballo
Facing the tree-filled Plaza Milla, the Luz offers 42 rooms spread over three floors. Popular with tour groups and serving basic meals downstairs, this well-maintained posada can’t quite shake that just-a-motel feeling...
Friendly Colombian Patty offers some of the cheapest beds in town. They’re on the spartan side, with shared bathrooms, but the price is unbeatable...
Posada Vene Suiza
The Vene-Suiza is nice and offers 10 rooms set around a colonial-style courtyard, and has a quiet terrace with hammocks at the back, with views of the mountains.