I traveled to Caracas on business and spent a week at Altamira Suites. I got what they call a penthouse on the top floor, but from what I could see from my colleagues' rooms, the rooms are pretty much the same time, although slightly different in size and in what they come with.
Mine was a large two-room suite (a living room and a bedroom) with a kitchenette (which I didn't use but it had plates, cups, mugs, silverware, pots and pans, a coffemaker, and a blender even) and a countertop fridge. Airconditioner worked fine which is very important in Venezuela. The room also had a hairdryer, an iron and an ironing board, and a safe. A TV in each room (not in all hotel rooms), and even scales.
They had something that approaches a problem though, and it is internet connection. They have wi-fi in the lobby and in the public spaces, but some rooms have only cable Internet connection, like mine did. It worked for me, so I didn't care, but some people might be upset about this situation.
The hotel is clean and well-maintained, the rooms are cleaned daily, but if you don't speak Spanish you're mostly in trouble. Only people at the reception speak good English. Almost uniformly, people are very nice and are trying to be helpful, but with no language, things often become problematic.
The restaurant in the hotel is marvellous. Breakfast is nice, the usual cold cuts and hot dishes with a bit of a local tinge, but the food offered in The Palms restaurant is superb, I would say among the best I had in my quite a few travels. No English menu, though, so be warned. The menu we had had an epigraph from Julio Cortazar and entrees' descriptions to match, and we thought it was a cute touch. Service varies from extremely prompt to incredibly slow, although they gave us a lovely complimentary drink on the slow night, and I don't know whether it was just a nice gesture, or something by way of an apology.
They have a three-story bar on the top floor, with two floors being an outdoor bar. A wonderful view of Caracas, excellent cocktails (didn't like the wines too much) and wonderful house pizza.
The hotel is located reasonably downtown, a short walk from the subway, there is a supermarket very close by, and a little cafe for a quick meal, although we were mostly driven around, or took cabs which, as were told, is the safest option in Caracas provided that you use what they call official taxis.
On the whole, I would definitely recommend Altamira Suites, but maybe I was lucky in getting the room I did.
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