The view from the hotel is great, however, you are warned by hotel staff that it is dangerous for... See full review
Mar 12, 2011
First they were still under construction. Lots of noise. Second they took us to a room that had... See full review
Apr 22, 2009
Enjoy exceptional service and a fantastic location at the Venezuela Marriott Hotel Playa Grande in Catia La Mar, Venezuela. Our Venezuela hotel features a variety of on-site restaurants serving everything from tapas to seafood in addition to a large selection of cocktails. Our hotel in Caracas also offers an outdoor swimming pool and a state-of-the-art fitness center with cardiovascular equipment and free weights. Guest rooms at our hotel in Venezuela feature plush bedding, spacious marble bathrooms and spectacular ocean views. Additional amenities include in-room coffee service, laptop safes, mini-refrigerators, LCD cable televisions and work desks with ergonomic chairs. Our hotel features four meeting rooms with over 10,000 square feet of flexible space for a variety of corporate and social events including conferences and weddings. The Venezuela beachfront and Simon Bolivar International Airport are both just minutes away. Book your stay today for an unforgettable Venezuela experience.
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Playa Grande Regional Cuisine
Located near the swimming pool and with an excellent view of the sea, Playa Grande Regional Cuisine offers a variety of exquisite international cuisine with an emphasis on seafood. Reserve your table at this spectacular Venezuela restaurant today.
BRISAS, Pool & Snacks
Enjoy colorful drinks and tempting snacks poolside at Brisas, our casual restaurant in Venezuela. This eatery offers a beautiful ocean view and is the perfect place to relish a sunny day or scenic Venezuela sunset.
MIRADOR, Bar & Terrace
Our lobby bar serves delicious pastries and world-class Venezuela coffee in the mornings and a variety of handcrafted cocktails and tapas in the afternoon.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use. All information has been provided by this hotel and not by Orbitz
First they were still under construction. Lots of noise. Second they took us to a room that had already been sold in the middle of the night so it took us over two hour to get into our room.
The food was so bad eventhough they charged arms and
Overall I would not stay there nor would I refer anyone. Not to make th ematter worse it took me over four hours to settle our bills which we already had paid through orbitz, they still wnated to charge us again and it took us for hours and calling US to talk to orbitz before we could get out of there.
The view from the hotel is great, however, you are warned by hotel staff that it is dangerous for you to walk to the beach or anywhere too far from the hotel.My biggest shock occurred when checking out. The front desk receptionist billed me for
the days I already paid for[...] in other words, they wanted me to pay twice for the same stay. I spent about 20 mins trying to explain to Maria that my bill should only contain charges relating to phone calls, internet, breakfast and dinner. However, she insisted that their system indicated that no previous payment was made. It should be noted that there was no manager available (6:50am) to assist this young lady who seemed quite new to the hotel business. I eventually had to call my credit card company to confirm that cahrges were deducted for the required amount and was eventually allowed to leave (barely made my flight). My advice is to avoid visiting this hotel, however, if you feel so inclined, please ensure before your arrival at the hotel that your booking has been received and paid for. Also, walk with as much cash as possible because taxis and other items are expensive, there are no ATMs in the hotel and the ATMs in the area do not accept foreign VISA cards for cash transactions. It keeps requesting either the first 2 or last 3 digits of your ID card.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Walk with as much local currency (Bolivar Fuerte) as possible. The hotel exchange rate is 4.39 to 1US$; if you are lucky, there are guys in the airport who will exchange BsF 6.00 for 1US$. The ATMs are a waste of time and there is a 10% service charge if you use your credit card to get cash from the front desk at the hotel.