JW Marriott Hotel Caracas

Address: Av Venezuela con Calle Mohedano, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1060, Venezuela | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located in the El Rosal area of Caracas, is near Parque del Este, Plaza de Altamira, Ciudad Universitaria de Caracas, and Centro Sambil.
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    Travel Blogs from Caracas

    A funny thing about a paddle!

    A travel blog entry by iancurtis on Aug 12, 2012

    1 comment, 3 photos

    ... to confess the one, and only, and single company that could handle it was, indeed, DHL! However, in our unemployed state the USD 300 price tage proved too rich for a USD 8 paddle. So, just before boarding our Angel Falls taxi, instead of posting Paddle as planned, we handed him back to our 'handler' to deliver it all the way back to our beachside lodge so we could implement 'Plan B' on our return. He dutifully handed him back to the lodge housekeeper, Kaitlin, who ...

    Arrival in Venezuela

    A travel blog entry by rogieroffers on Jul 05, 2011

    16 comments

    Hi All,

    Welcome to my travel blog.

    Today my travel started. After a 14 hour long journey from Amsterdam with transfer in Lisbon and 6,5 timezones westwards I arrived at Simon Bolivar airport nearby Caracas in Venezuela. Everything went according to schedule. At arrival at 19.45 hrs local time it was still a steamy 30C, so it's rather not going to be a chilly travel since I will move around in the vicinity and across the equator :)

    I am now staying at the ...

    A few hours in Caracas

    A travel blog entry by donald23 on Dec 08, 2010

    When we buy tickets to take the bus to Caracas centre, we get warnings at the airport to watch out and definitely not to go out after dark. We get these warnings again on the bus from fellow passengers. In Caracas we go into the subway immediately, which is probably the safest way to travel around Caracas (according to our guidebook).
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    Stats, Facts and the South American Car Pageant

    A travel blog entry by ditdotnonny on Jul 04, 2010

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... when the face of Public Relations at the airport seem to be the teenage National Guard. They are uniformed, armed and you can't tell me that after 6 months speaking Spanish I wouldn't understand them if they were speaking it. They grunt and generally remind me of the Army Corps kids you sometimes see on the bus on a Saturday afternoon in Woolwich; playing with their ring tones, chewing gum and sending a flurry of litter after them as they moodily ...

    And so it begins...

    A travel blog entry by bencameron on Nov 26, 2009

    3 photos

    ... not to change money on the black market.

    Billy advised be against changing money at the airport so we anxiously waited for his wife to arrive to pick us up, sitting in a cafe and keeping our belongings close to our bodies. After successfully changing some dollars with a friend of theirs, I was dropped off at a nearby hotel. Tourism in Venezuela is minimal compared to its neighbours, most notably in Caracas. Consequently the capital fails to cater for this ...