I stayed two nights in the hotel and for the price it wasnt that bad.
I paid 280 fuertes per night, and as far as my research go there are not that many options for a reasonable hotel in this price class in a safe and central area of Caracas.
The service is not very good, they dont smile, they dont say hi, but these days my expectations for Venezuela service levels are rock bottom. Venezuelans in hotels and restaurants are in general not that friendly. Its different if you meet educated venezuelans when you are going out to the clubs. Thats a different story.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This is a typical Andean hacienda, with an enchanting green patio that evokes the colonial style. The Posada has a native and rustic charm. There are ten rooms with en-suite bathroom and a ceiling fan in two different colonial houses available for our guests. Hammocks are also available, our guests typically like to use them for a nap in the afternoon or to read a book. Our little restaurant offers our guests local specialties. This Posada is a good starting point for ornithologists, because the Andean cock-of-the-rock (Rupicola Peruviana), as well as Quetzals and Tucans can be found nearby. You can also take wonderful walks through the cloud forest in the Venezuelan Andes. ... more less