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What better way to spend a Friday with a hamburger - especially if you're with friends, and you've got some music in the background! You're guaranteed a great atmosphere on this terrace, with delicious grilled burgers. I recommend making a reservation, especially if you're in a large group, as there aren't many tables out on the terrace. They have two options, beef and chicken, and both are great.
It all started a little more than 40 years ago, when Manuel Pestana Madeira founded the first hotel in the group. Its success led them to expand around the world, and today they have more than 90 hotels, timeshares, charter companies and other tourist businesses. This hotel is one of Venezuela's representatives in the famous group, with a great place in the national capital. It has 190 rooms, decorated in white. There's a great pool on the top floor of the building, and a lounge bar at night. The lighting is particularly spectacular, designed to allow natural light in the spaces like the lobby, gym, and restaurant.
The Palace is a huge building, and very high. Before it was a private hotel, but they say that from here they attempted a coup against Hugo Chávez and in retaliation, the president nationalized the Palace. I was advised that since it has been in the hands of the service staff it has declined in quality, but I was pleasantly surprised. The breakfasts are great and what I like is the gym and pool on the 9th floor.
Opened in 2008, its part of the prestigious Portuguese hotel chain and is certainly one of the best hotels in Caracas. For those planning to visit the capital and looking to stay, the Hotel Pestana is perfect, a few meters away you will find the East Park and Los Palos Grandes, an area noted for its culinary offerings. On the 18th floor is the Lounge Ávila. There is no need to stay in the hotel to enjoy this innovative style terrace for drinks or tapas while enjoying some of the best city views. Recommendation: the 'tequeños' are amazing.
We arrived by bus from Caracas Choroní with no idea of where to spend the night, so we started walking around the neighborhood of Altamira where we only found exorbitant prices . We asked around and were told that in Sabana Grande near the downtown area we could get better prices. Thus we came to the hotel where we were charged 150 Venezuelan currency, a bit high for our budget, but we just spent many hours walking with backpacks and it was still far less than other hotels, so we stayed. It was well situated and near the metro, with a decent bar downstairs and a 24 hour reception. It is a simple hotel, multi-story that seems to have been constructed in the 70's, but it's quiet and was a luxury for what we were used to. I had hot water (not very usual) and it was the first time I saw a bidet on the whole trip, and it had TV and even air conditioning. It was a good hotel for the night before making the return trip to Buenos Aires.