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Posada Casa Grande de Angostura

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Salisbury, United Kingdom
Reviewed 14 December 2016

We stayed one night here and loved it. It is fully air-conditioned. The interior is stunning and decorated very imaginatively compared to the outside. It would be very difficult to dislike it. There is a roof terrace from which you can watch the sun set over the Orinoco and a small plunge pool.The ordinary rooms are small but comfortable, unfortunately...

1Thank gramcan
Reviewed 29 February 2016

I love staying in this posada because the inner garden is spectacular. The rooms are small, but cozy. The downside is the restaurant. Tremendous contrast between the great taste of the interior decoration and the basic, poorly made meals.

1Thank David A
Trinidad & Tobago
Reviewed 22 November 2015

I stayed one night here and I loved it. It is fully air-conditioned. The interior is full of ambiance and light. You can't not like it. There is a roof terrace from which you can watch the sun set over the Orinoco. A small plunge pool as well. My ground floor room was well appointed. Comfortable beds. The WiFi worked...

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Athens, Greece
Reviewed 24 September 2015

I stayed at the posada for a night as I was traveling from Canaima to Orinoco Delta. It was an excellent choose. It is located at the historical center of the town and you can order diner at the hotel restaurant. The food was excellent. I also enjoyed the breakfast. It was very tasteful. I would definitely recommend it.

Sunrise, Florida
Reviewed 8 September 2015

We spent two nights at Posada Casa Grande, one on our way to Canaima and one on our way back. The hotel is gorgeous, a colonial building on three floors the third of which is a terrace with lounge and a small pool with a gorgeous view of Ciudad Bolivar, rio Orinoco and the Angostura Bridge. The hotel is fabolous...

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Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela
Reviewed 14 February 2014

The hotel is super good I'm from the city but i had to book the hotel for some guest, i was NOT disappointed and I live here!! The best thing about Ciudad Bolivar is that there is a Sport Store near there that buys USD really really cheap i mean the rates are unbelievable i couldn't believe how many people...

4Thank Oriana R
Reviewed 1 January 2014 via mobile

Yes, the hotel courtyard is gorgeous, however the rooms are small (tiny double beds against a corner, making it impossible to get of bed without waking up your partner), very dirty carpets and freezing centralised air con that cannot be tuned. The staff was not particularly helpful either. We arrived from an overnight bus from Boa Vista (Brazil) and although...

5Thank Monstita
Boca Raton, Florida
Reviewed 14 December 2013

Every detail of this restoration, especially the lobby, was well done for an aesthetic appeal. I was told it had formally been an ancestral home as well as a one time Red Cross Building. The bedroom was small but with comfortable beds and a modern attractive bathroom. Surrounding area a a bit disappointing. I had expected more in the way...

1Thank meharvey03
Reviewed 9 January 2013

Newly renovated, authentic posada in the old town of Angustura,. Next neighbourhood still lacks the restoration. Close to the refitted main square. Rooms clean but bit small. Breakfast is modest, but good stopover between Caracas and Canaima. Gives the Cuba feel with the flats and houses similar next to it.

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London, United Kingdom
Reviewed 6 January 2013

Cute hotel in the older part of Cuidad Bolivar. It seemed like a renovated warehouse, decorated nicely with traditional furnitures, cute artifacts. Its situated in the older part of town amidst rows of colorful houses. Rooms are clean and well furnished, a bit small. If the restaurant in the hotel is closed then its a bit difficult to find a...

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  • Breakfast included
  • Room Service
  • Free Parking
  • Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
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  • Breakfast included
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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
Casa Grande de Angostura is a true colonial jewel situated in Ciudad Bolívar. This two-story house is listed under historical protection and was restored with special care to every detail. The roof terrace with a small swimming pool offers a stunning view over the city, the Orinoco River and the “Angostura Bridge”, the first bridge built over the Orinoco. We invite you to enjoy a warm afternoon at our small roof-top pool with a cold drink and a magnificent sunset. This Boutique Hotel is an ideal starting point to many interesting destinations around the country. Ciudad Bolivar’s airport is just a few minutes away, with daily departures of tours to the Canaima national park and Angel Falls, the tallest waterfall in the world. The beautiful town of Ciudad Bolivar served as an important base to Simon Bolívar’s South American war of liberation, and was nominated to be proclaimed one of UNESCOs world heritage sites. The Capital of the State has a very colorful townscape, about 350.000 inhabitants and an average temperature of 28ºC. Casa Grande has 15 superior rooms or suites (single, double or triple). Room facilities include air conditioner, fan, fridge, minibar, room safe, phone, internet access, cable TV. Bathrooms are fully equipped and include all amenities. There is a gourmet restaurant in Casa Grande, as well as in Posada Angostura, located just next door. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Posada Casa Grande de Angostura

Address: Calle Boyaca No 30 | Con Calle Venezuela, Ciudad Bolivar 8001, Venezuela
Region: Venezuela > Guayana Region > Ciudad Bolivar
Price Range: ₹ 4,816 - ₹ 6,549 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Posada Casa Grande de Angostura 3*
Number of rooms: 15
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“excellent views of the Orinoco river from the balcony”
davidascanio, 28 Feb 2016 | Read review
“There is not an elevator so you may want to choose a room on first floor off the lobby if you have a lot of luggage. A steep circular staircase goes up to the other rooms and rooftop.”
  • View of the River  from Rooftop Terrace
meharvey03, 14 Dec 2013 | Read review
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