Pestana Caracas Hotel & Suites

Address: 1a Avenida Urb. Santa Eduvigis, Caracas, Central Venezuela, 1071, Venezuela | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Sebucan area of Caracas, is near Parque del Este, Plaza de Altamira, Centro Sambil, and Hacienda Floresta.
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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

    ... Fortunately, and as one might have already concluded, we arrived safely at the hotel. In our desperation and in response to the extortion being practiced by the majority of the better hotels, the smaller and more reasonable ones having been booked out, we splashed out for a night at a 'nice' hotel with a 'special offer' available. We sneak past security and check in, mindful of our somewhat dishevelled and travel stained appearance. Do they have hot water, we ...

    El Avila

    A travel blog entry by maccas1 on Jun 15, 2012

    12 photos

    El Avila
    Went to the top of El Avila via the Teleferico (gondola). El Avia is attached to a range that rises steeply from the coast (2000m above sea level) from which Caracas (800m above sea level) revealed itself. Once viewed from afar, with the shanty towns too distant to distinguish the city looks amazing, flowing down through one major valley and spilling up into smaller tributaries, peppered with lush green bush (pics attached to this post).



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    Getting There!

    A travel blog entry by geoscot on Apr 18, 2011

    ... asked to produce our Yellow Fever cards in both Caracas and San Jose airports. Key Lessons Learned

    • Need to carry Yellow Fever cards.
    • No need to exchange money at the airport. The rate was better at our hotel and most, if not all, places accepted US Dollars.
    • Most people helping us spoke good English.
    • Had to pay a US$ 26 airport tax when we left Costa ...

    The City of Love (Motels)

    A travel blog entry by aborder on Mar 21, 2011

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... have questioned my visit to Caracas, but at the end of the day, one needs to make up their own mind. Yes it may be dangerous, but isn't London, Paris and New York dangerous? With both bags strapped to my body, I happily watched one packed subway go by, but unlike Sao Paulo, I boarded the next one. As ever, I received some interesting looks/stares and after 5 stops it was time to get off. I'm staying in an area called Sabana ...

    Venezuela - Caracas and Merida

    A travel blog entry by nomadic1 on Jul 02, 2010

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... me. Most of his advice was nothing new to me but before we landed he did offer me a ride into the city with his personal driver. I jumped at the opportunity and after landing Ken and I met up with his driver outside the airport and we were on our way.

    Driving with Ken and his driver Senor Bellasario was relaxing enough. We passed through several tunnels and climbed up and up until we entered the large valley that contains Caracas and her 5 million inhabitants. During the ride ...