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Hotel Mariott in Caracas

The Hotel Mariott Playa Grande in Caracas is nearby (around 150 m) the peerless Grande Beach and it is also only 3 km away from the airport, Simon Bolivar. All rooms are equipped with a nice fitting interior and the beds are really luxury. You can use the free WiFi and the LAN connections, the well-equipped fitness room and the professional business center.


You can eat great fresh regional as well as international cuisine within the three restaurants in the Hotel Mariott Playa Grande. Besides the spectacular beach, you can also enjoy the nice pool landscape and cocktails at the Brisas Pool Bar. For your comfort you’ll find an air conditioning, king-size beds, and television in all rooms. Additionally, the hotel offers also parking lots to pay for. You can sleep in and enjoy a morning coffee, because check-out is relaxed at 12:00.

Reputation Hotel Mariott


  • Air Condition
  • Airport Shuttle Service
  • Bar
  • Fitness
  • Outdoor pool
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • WiFi

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Santiago de León de Caracas (Caracas)

Caracas is the capital of and also the biggest city in Venezuela. It is known to be the cultural and economic center of this beautiful South American country. Interestingly, Caracas is also one of the most expensive cities to live in worldwide. The flights from Caracas to Los Roques have a duration of 35 minutes.

Tourist attractions in Caracas

Caracas is full of sights worthwhile visiting them. One of the most famous one is the five-naved basilica also known as the cathedral of Caracas, which has already been built in 1614 and renewed from 1710 to 1713. Within the town, you should definitively visit the Plaza Bolivar, which is the center of the old colonial city of Caracas. Around the Plaza Bolivar you will also find a lot of interesting and beautiful buildings with a rich history. The birthplace of Simon Bolivar, a very important person for all Venezuelan people, is found nearby. Besides the cathedral, Caracas has also a lot of other important and nice churches to visit.

Culture and history info

Caracas was already founded in 1498 as a small colony by Christoph Columbus himself. However, in 1567, the city today known as Santiago de León de Caracas (the official name of Caracas) was founded by the Spanish conqueror Diego de Losada. It was an important city for the Spanish colonies in South America and served as there capital for a long time. In the late 18th century, the export of cacao brought wealth to the people living in the peerless place. Since 1831, when the country of Venezuela was separated from Colombia, it serves as the capital of this new republic. In 1755 and also in 1812, Caracas was hit by devastating earthquakes and a lot of the old colonial buildings were destroyed. Most of the gorgeous architectural artworks were not rebuild, but you can still find a lot of them throughout the city of Caracas. Since the 1930, Caracas profits from the run “for the black gold”.

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