This spacious hotel is surrounded by nature and has various types of accommodation, including comfortable mountain chalets with fireplace for a family or for an entire group, and double rooms, triples and suites. The hotel is state-owned and therefore has quite economical rates. The facilities include a bar, a nightclub, a conference room, a playground and a spacious lobby with central fireplace and several dining rooms.
John and Joelle are a couple who are personable and professionally, with a great love and care for the inn, which is just 100 meters from Mérida by cable car, the highest and longest in the world, but now closed, and it seems to have been for quite a while . The inn is actually a family home, with several kitchens that guests can use, and a beautiful terrace with carved wooden furniture. Some rooms have a hammock on the balcony, which are the sunniest ones and the highest recommended.
The experience of sleeping at the inn, at 2700 meters high, is something that cannot be valued, and the site is perfectly designed for maximum relaxation, with hot water, a huge balcony with hammocks and a panoramic view over the valley of Los Nevados. It has a wood-burning oven where they cook great food for its guests.
John is originally from Barbados and has lived in Venezuela since 1991. His house is in an idyllic valley of Merida, and offers something unique in an annex: A sauna and steam room with cold water pools, all set in an area of lush vegetation.
The owners of this house gave it a Basque name, Atsegindegi, and the place exudes peace, tranquility and harmony, with a beautiful garden that leads to the river, where there is a barbecue for holidays. The house has two floors, the lower one is a living room / open kitchen, and there is an attic above, to accommodate an entire family. It's in the entrance of the Mucuy National Park, one of the best places for bird watching, and with good paths to have a stroll.
This isn't a true inn, it's a private home, now owned by the grandson of Domingo Peña, the first person to climb the Bolivar peak, with sandals and little else. He built his house in the place with the best views of the PN, and hosts people who make the trek to Los Nevados. Both the sunset and the sunrise are spectacular from here, because oftentimes the sea of clouds that covers the city of Mérida is below the house, which is at 2700 metres in altitude.
A place to get in touch with nature in a heavenly way, it is removed from the daily noise of the city and is served by the Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It is only 15 minutes from the city of Merida.
There are plenty of places to stay in Merida, as this city has long been known for its mountain scenery and college atmosphere. There are plenty of Merida hotels to choose from.
Hotels in Merida are in the north part of town and close to the downtown area. On Minube, you can find a range of Merida hotel deals to suit your needs and budget.
Cheap places to stay in Merida are easy to come by, with accommodations for all budgets and numerous guesthouses and apartments for tourists. There are more than 50 in the city alone!
Tourists can stay in guesthouses such as The Inn on the Mount or the Luz Caraballo, some of the most affordable Merida lodging. Both have good reviews from travelers, who highlight the cleanliness of its rooms as well as the service and value.
If you are looking for a quieter environment for lodging in Merida which is somewhat away from the city, you can rent a cabin in Terrefinca. This lodging in Merida is perfect families who want closer contact with nature.
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