This four-star hotel is very well situated. It is close to the Chacaíto shopping center, where there are shops, restaurants, soda fountains, cinemas and nightclubs. It is equally easy to get to the Sabana Grande boulevard and the Plaza Venezuela. The first-rate rooms are air-conditioned, have a computer ... More
Hotel Chacao Cumberland
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This four-star hotel is very well situated. It is close to the Chacaíto shopping center, where there are shops, restaurants, soda fountains, cinemas and nightclubs. It is equally easy to get to the Sabana Grande boulevard and the Plaza Venezuela. The first-rate rooms are air-conditioned, have a computer and internet connection, voice mail, cable television, electronic safe deposit boxes, bathrooms with a hairdryer, and a mini bar. The hotel has a bar, restaurant, room-service, dry cleaner's, laundry and parking.
Not a vrey good hotel AT ALL! Since the entrance to the check-out the rececptionist and staff at all are bad! Not only xtremelly rude, they are inneficient! The only thing good were the mades, who were very nice, kind and didnt think they were doing us any favors. Mini bar: its closed. There are several things in it, but you have to pay 180 bsf consuming them all or NOT! Room service: They dont have any menu in the room. When u ask for it they say its not allowed to take any manus to rooms. Solution given by them: call the restaurant and ask for the menu, so they can read it for you and you can choose what u wanna eat over the telefone!!!
Like: The staff are very attentive. I do not know if this is customary, but someone always escorted me to the grocery store, restaurant, etc. It is extremely clean, the maid service is excellent. Cable TV, a ton of English channels. Venezuela uses American electric outlets, which is nice. Spacious room with double beds, room to do a mini-work out. Dining table. It was a decent alternative to some of the pricer hotels.
Dislikes: The food in the restaurant was HORRIBLE! In Spanish, "fatal." I couldn't eat the bread, for example. And the prices were steep for what you get. Every night the soup of the day was "carne del rez." Ugh! The shower curtain was dirty - needed to be bleached, and the beds were a little to "firm" (read: hard). I got used to it as I stayed there 10 days, but just be fore warned. No gym. No spa. I couldn't use the internet b/c I don't have wireless or a Venezuelan service provider. The area the hotel is in is convenient to the business district, but not to much else.