Gran Hotel Delicias

Address: Ave. 15 (Las Delicias), esq. Calle 70, Maracaibo, Northwest Venezuela, Venezuela | 2 star hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGran Hotel Delicias Maracaibo

Reviewed by ongkenyong

Has seen better days

Reviewed May 17, 2012
by (13 reviews) Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia Flag of Malaysia

Had to stay here because Hotel Jolie lost our reservation. It's old and our room had a stale cigarette smell to it. The pasta I had from the restaurant on the second floor tasted like it was a re-heated boxed dinner meal from the supermarket. Tiny cockroaches in the toilet. Best to avoid this hotel. The only reason I'm giving this 2 stars is because the reception staff were OK to deal with. We only got to see the reception area of Hotel Jolie (also 3-star rated) , but it looks 10X nicer and cleaner.

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TripAdvisor Reviews Gran Hotel Delicias Maracaibo

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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