Venezuela Hotels

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.

  • Casa Perla B&B

    Casa Perla is located just 70 meters from the beach in El Yaque, on the Caribbean Island of Margarita. El Yaque enjoys international reknown as one of the best spots in the world for windsurfing and kitesurfing, and its beach is known for its warm, calm, shallow water.

  • El Yaque Motion
    We offer nice and clean rooms for a low budget. Rooms start at US$ 15 for two people. As well we offer a public kitchen and w/Lan for free.
  • Casa El Yaque
    We really loved the house. It's quiet and clean and opens onto the beach. The balcony with the beautiful view is very nice. It's close to the airport and on the beach.
  • Posada Casa Caracola
    Posada Casa Caracola is 100 meters (328 ft) from the main beach of el Yaque, right beside Hotel California. We have 6 nice, clean rooms with air conditioning, refrigerator, bathroom (with hot water), safebox, and patio or balcony with seaview.
  • Posada Villa Antillana
    Villa Antillana is an old house from the XIX century immersed within the pretty village of San Miguel de Río Caribe (1713). Its structure still represents the Antillean-Republican which defined the region's architechture in the past, and it keeps its doors wide open to welcome everyone who want
  • El Yaque Ranch
    These are nice and comfortable apartments in El Yaque Beach - Margarita Island equipped with: kitchen, refrigerator, toaster, blender, microwave, local TV, A/A, private bathroom. The apartments were designed for tourists, especially for kite surfers and windsurfers. They are located just 5 min. by w
  • Casa Caracola
    Casa Caracola is 100 meters (328 ft) from the main beach of el Yaque right beside Hotel California. We have 6 clean rooms with air conditioning, refrigerators, bathrooms (with hot water), and patio or balcony with seaview.
  • Posada Jama Chía
    Overlooking the teleférico cars rising up the Sierra Nevada is this quaint inn run by Benedicta Guillén. Small and very quiet, it offers simply furnished shared rooms with bunk beds or double beds with firm mattresses. All share clean, modern bathrooms with hot water (7 a.m. to 10 p.m.). There are
  • Posada Puerto Real
    Lulled into stupor by the three-hour camión ride down an unpaved jungle road, I felt certain I'd recieved a bum tip from a fellow traveler--a posada could not exist hidden so deeply in this expanse of national park. But our ride did end, as promised, at the leaf draped driveway of Posada Puerto Re
  • Posada Guamanchi
    Swaying in a hammock on the rooftop, one catches glimpses of the tree-brocaded slopes of the Sierra Nevada just a mere block away. This is the Posada Guamanchi, quiet, clean and tastefully furnished. There are rooms with double beds (with private or shared bathroom) and shared rooms with bunk beds.
  • Casa Perla
    Casa Perla has eight sparkling clean rooms for two to three people. Each room has a bathroom with hot water, A/C, a refrigerator, a safe, internet and a telephone. There is also a hammock on each room's private balcony. To start the day, guests are served breakfast on the top-floor terrace, which h
  • Hotel Astor
    Hotel Astor is one of the better budget hotels in Maracaibo, in a good location near the Plaza República. Rooms have private bathrooms, A/C and nearly antique TVs. The restaurant serves daily dinner specials and the bar has an old Vegas feel.
  • Hotel Caribe
    Hotel Caribe is a decent budget option in the city center, not far from Plaza Bolivar. The rooms are a little boxy but clean and have TV, a private bathroom and A/C.
  • Gran Hotel Delicias
    The rooms are nothing special, but not bad for a night or two. Gran Hotel has seven floors and 189 rooms with TV, A/C, private bathroom and mini-fridge. Some of the staff speaks English. There is an outside pool and a decent bar that serves cheap drinks.