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Hotel Gabial

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Reviewed 17 January 2017

the rooms are big and have private bathroom, the staff is nice, at 2016 it cost 4.000 bsf, it restaurant and bar/disco, at the moment the staff don't speak english. It has tv too, with some international channels and some national ones.

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Akron, Ohio
Reviewed 16 May 2015

I've stayed at Gabial quite a few times and always found it to be nice, It may have changed since I was last there in 2009 - 2010, but always good when I was there. The last price I paid was 180 BsF a night. At the parallel exchange rate at the time it amounted to $18 a night or...

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San Francisco
Reviewed 3 April 2011

Two nights here while in Caracas for a half marathon. Ended up quite lucky to find it after arriving on an early morning bus with no reservation. It is on a street with a few other (possibly cheaper) 3ish star places but this one appeared less shady than the others. We paid 280 per night. It seemed they get a...

4Thank Sparkbat
Brussels, Belgium
Reviewed 19 October 2010

I stayed for 3 weeks, the price is 245 Bolivares a day, breakfast and luch are suppl., Br. Fast american 20,- boli's, lunc Basic but sufficient and variated 30,- Boli's comp. with home kitchen, i was very satisfied its near to the plaza Venezuela and Sabana grande

7Thank exfiltratorbelgium

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  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
  • Free Internet
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )

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Address: Prolong. Av. Las Acacias | calle Los Hoteles, Caracas, Venezuela
Region: Venezuela > Capital Region > Caracas > Sabana Grande
Number of rooms: 44
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“WiFi is indeed free but in general only reaches to the lobby and the elevator vestibule on the second and third floors. Note: the earliest date of stay was in 2014, but the last time I stayed at Gabial was in 2010”
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