Hotel Restaurant Catimar

Address: Av. Principal de Puerto Viejo, Catia La Mar, Northeast Venezuela, 1162, Venezuela | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Av. Principal de Puerto Viejo, Catia La Mar, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Rock Sound, and Tarpum Bay.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Restaurant Catimar Catia La Mar

        Reviewed by pamelia

        Clean, comfortable and cheap - 3 stars!

        Reviewed Jan 23, 2015
        by (1 review) Hampton, New Brunswick , Canada Flag of Canada

        This quaint little hotel in Caracas is very close to the International Airport and offers convenient free shuttle buses to and from. The rooms aren't huge or fancy but they're clean and quiet and the air-conditioning works too well. The restaurant is very good and very affordable. It has the view of the little beach through the giant windows surrounding the dining room. The staff is helpful and attentive and the prices are very good.

        What is it?
        Caracas, Venezuela
        Restaurant View
        Caracas, Venezuela
        A 'little' bowl of soup for a late supper!
        Caracas, Venezuela

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Restaurant Catimar Catia La Mar

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        Travel Blogs from Catia La Mar

        Journal Entry on Venezuela

        A travel blog entry by latin-america on Nov 02, 2014

        1 photo

        I got to visit Venezuela! During my trip, I learned a lot about the geography there ad took a few pictures. I had lots of fun on my little exploration.
        My first stop when I got to Venezuela was Lake Maracaibo. It was the biggest lake in South America. Although, when you compared it to the 5 Great Lakes in the United States, it isn't big AT ALL. ...

        Venezuela: A Political And Economical mess!

        A travel blog entry by nickjackets on Jun 30, 2014

        12 photos

        ... Chavez protege,sort to cling onto power by any means possible.Supermarket shelves were emptying and the currency had surged onto black market profiteering as the Bolivar was devalued against the Dollar.Tourists were becoming an easy target,muggings by gun point often ending in death and kidnappings were starting to become a regular occurrence.


        I have been to some seriously dodgy countries with my good friend Phil,who also has his own tour agency and he specializes ...

        Squeaky bum time - and not just the food

        A travel blog entry by gringoquinns on Mar 29, 2012

        5 photos

        So finally we arrive in Caracas, thanks to Lufthansa (and no thanks to Iberia). We were expecting a surge of pocket-pickers, con artists and other unsavoury types, so were relatively disappointed when in fact we just sauntered out of the airport with no trouble at all.

        We were collected by a tour agent (not our usual style, but we were totally bricking it about being pasty gringos in the world's most dangerous city) and taken to our hotel, ...

        Caracas, Venezuela

        A travel blog entry by dieter44 on Oct 08, 2011

        93 photos

        ... high mountain range, Cerro El Ávila; to the south there are more hills and mountains.

        I met a very nice Venezuelan lady on my flight to Caracas. She explained what local food I should try and that I a visit to the Cerro El Avila is a must..

        On the weekend, I followed her recommendation and took the cable car to the top of the mountain. It was worth the trip and on top I could enjoy the view to both sides - the city and the Caribbean Sea. Muchas gracias Maigualida. ...

        Cliche Traveller?

        A travel blog entry by syrena on Jul 25, 2011

        2 comments, 5 photos

        ... surprise the trip was almost double the price had of been if I booked from London. So skipped it! I'll do it another time.

        Tried to get flights to the beach to party for a few days, but no flights at all.

        Checked into Hotel Alba, which in itself was a controversial decision. From someone I met at the airport, I understand that the hotel was formally a Hilton, but they were not allowed to renew their lease so the government ...

        Traveler Photos Hotel Restaurant Catimar Catia La Mar

        What is it?
        Caracas, Venezuela
        Restaurant View
        Caracas, Venezuela
        A 'little' bowl of soup for a late supper!
        Caracas, Venezuela
        Sun, sand and surf with breakfast!
        Caracas, Venezuela
        Hotel Catimar towel and bedding art!
        Caracas, Venezuela