Venezuela has several choices of accommodation from backpacker hostels to inexpensive hotels. Travlers to Venezuela can find beds in dorm rooms or shared rooms for about $9-15 per night, depending on the part of the country. If you’re looking for something cozier, try a bed and breakfast. There are several around the country that offer rooms for about $20 per night. In Caracas hostels run about $12 per night and you can find a hotel for $25-35, if you’re on a budget. Travelers in the mountain town of Merida, should plan to spend about $20 per night on lodging. Accommodation in the town of Guayana runs about $14 on average.
Venezuela Budget Hotels and Venezuela Hostels
Across the country, Venezuela hostels run about $14 a night. There are generally more options for hotels than hostels in Venezuela. Cheap hotels run about $20-30 dollars a night. This can be a good deal if you have one, or a few people, to share a room with. A stay at the beach town of Isla Margarita will cost $25 for a room overlooking the ocean at Casa El Yaque.
The quality of Venezuela hostels and hotels differs immensely depending on where you are so it’s a good idea to check out the room before you decided to stay the night. In many cases the difference of $1 in price means you might have hot water or a more comfortable bed.