Bahía de Caráquez Hotel Tips by retired_poppi
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The ground floor is devoted to a bar and breakfast room in a garden setting.
Up one flight, there is one very nice room with private bath and AC for US$ 30.00. There are several comunal rooms with bunk beds and shared bath, these cost much less. A very nice balcony overlooks the park. There is a TV in the sitting room.
The owner, Susy, is from Australia.
Comparison: least expensive
Directions: Behind the Hotel Italia, opposite the park.
Price: less than US$20
La Piedra is a modern hotel directly on the ocean at the tip of the pennesula in Biaha. We did not stay, but walked through in January 2007. The two-story hotel is in a u shape which is open on the sea side. There is a swimming pool in the center of the u. The restaurant balcony is over the ocean.
The hotel looked extremely clean and convenient. It would be a treat to stay there.
Comparison: more expensive than average
Directions: At the end of Avenue Simon Bolivar, at the tip of the pennesula.
We stayed several nights in January, 2007. Our room was clean, the bed was comfortable, and the air conditioning worked well. The Italia is located in the center, and none of the rooms has a view. There is no elevator, and all rooms are at least one flight above the lobby. Our room cost US$ 25 per night. A room withour AC would have been US$ 20.
Address: Avenue Simon Bolivar
Comparison: less expensive than average
We stayed 3 nights in January 2007. We paid $40 per night for the best room in the hotel, room 405. We had a balcony overlooking the ocean. The room was clean, the water was warm (after a minute or two). There was a powerful fan and an airconditioner. We did not use the AC because there was a refreshing ocean breeze each evening. The staff was accomodating.
An adjacent hotel, La Piedra, is directly on the ocean rather than across the street. We were told that it is the best in town. A few blocks closer to the center is the Italia Hotel. We were told that it is very good and is considered the third best hotel in town.
Unique Qualities: The name of the hotel translates to Horseshoe in English. The decorations all carried out that theme. There are a lot of old wagon wheels and wrought iron work.
Address: Avenue Bolovar
Comparison: about average
Directions: On the ocean side of the Malacon
Phone: 2 690 446
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