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This five-floor 88-room hotel is a good compromise between quality and price, and has a breezy rooftop terrace.
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...
Just two blocks from the Plaza Bolívar, the 60-room Caribe has a slightly updated section at the back. These rooms have noiseless, efficient air-con, but there’s no way to adjust the temperature.
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.
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.
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...
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.
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 small budget spot offers six basic rooms with air-con and cable TV. It's just a few steps from the Corpozulia tourist office.
The most popular tourist sight around Maracaibo, Laguna de Sinamaica, is noted for the palafitos – houses built on pilings along the lakeshore. Posada Keitchikaru is a posada on stilts...
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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