La Samanna de Margarita, Mariño
La Samanna de Margarita, Mariño
La Samanna de Margarita, Mariño
La Samanna de Margarita, Mariño
La Samanna de Margarita, Mariño
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La Samanna de Margarita

Mariño

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AliciaPerozo
04 Mar 2016 - Keluarga
I was in the hotel in December 2015. The restaurant is open to breakfast only not for lunch or dinner, no room service available. The room was nice, but the first day there wasn't hot water. I don't like cold showers. I liked the spa, but they didn't have all the treatments they normally offer. The staff in the hotel and the spa was the best. They make you feel very welcome.
Alexander848
30 Jan 2015 - Wisata sendiri
I;m a solo traveler from the United States. I stayed in this hotel for one night on my final day on the island. It's located in a central and safe area with good access to entertainment and malls. The breakfast in the morning is great and the pool is very nice and shaded. There is a nice spa below that gives decent massages. The room I stayed in was bright, airy, and clean. Good hotel, I'm glad that I stayed here.
elgamero
06 Mei 2013 - Keluarga
Its supossed to be a 5 stars hotel, even though its a nice hotel, hardly deserves 4 stars Pros: Location (near CC La Vela) Nice Simming Pool Big Rooms with balcony Good local breakfast Staff Cons: Worst Room Sevice (Good luck trying to order food after 10:00 pm. The service is advertised as 24 hours) You have to leave a deposit for the remote control at the desk of 200 Bs. Pillows
madmonk1
20 Jan 2008 - Pasangan
I was at my wit's end trying to book a hotel in Margarita for a week's stay over Xmas 2007. We wanted to have a week in Margarita and a week in Tobago as we have a friend from London who now lives and works in Tobago. I booked our various flights as early as late July and wanted to book a hotel in Margarita well in advance as Xmas is obviously high season. I contacted many of the mid-rage hotels (Bella Costa, Imperial, Howard Johnson etc) who all said that they couldn't take reservations so early in the year and that I should contact them later in the year. The one exception was the Colibri who were prepared to reserve a room if I could forward payment to an account in Italy for some reason which seemed a bit dodgy. I then contacted the same hotels later in the year who then told me they were now fully booked!! More than a little frustrating. By this time the only option was to book with one of the top-end hotels, e.g, the Hilton or La Sammana. I booked La Sammana with Expedia which ended up costing a lot more that I had originally budgeted. I thought why not, it's our first holiday in years, the last one involved my premature return to the UK from Sri Lanka when the tsunami hit. Anyway, I saw a review that said good things about La Sammana and I thought it would be a nice Xmas surprise for my wife staying there. When we finally got there (more about that later) it didn't seem very busy given that this was high season. The only guests seemed to be wealthy, surgically enhanced Venezuelans. It started to dawn on me that the only reason why anybody stayed there was because all the other places were full. By the way, if you do go to Venezuela, make sure that you only take American dollars and try to exchange your cash in one of the ritzy casinos who apparently give you a really good rate of exchange into bolivars. Try not to exchange your money with the banks or other currency exchanges as the difference between the official rate and unofficial rate is almost double! Put simply, if you exchange US dollars and get a good rate, then Venezuela is good value. If you don't, then everything will be very, very expensive. I had been in Trinidad/Venezuela back in 1987 when you could stay in the Hilton for less than 20 pounds sterling! My, how things have changed. Anyway, La Sammana has various spa/massage facilities which are expensive but good, but it's basically this that gets them their 5 star rating - not the actual hotel, although the rooms are well presented and furnished with double poster bed's etc. However, my wife was using the hairdryer which was positioned near to the bathroom sink and it exploded which could have been serious. Other than the spa and the pool, there's nothing else there and nothing else to do. We found some of the staff very friendly and it's no fault of theirs that the hotel comes up short. The nearest beach is around a 15 minute walk from the hotel and requires a trek through a kind of no-mans-land through the backyard's of a couple of upscale apartments/hotels. The beach was well attended by locals, which was good to see, but the beach itself was filthy. Lot's of empty can's and bottles strewn over the area which didn't seem to bother the locals one bit! Something else that's a bit weird is that unlike any hotel that I have ever stayed in, there is no information whatsoever about the Island, where to go or what to do. The communal lounge has a TV and some books that date from the 60's about rainforest's, tribes and the like, and other areas are covered in information about cigars - useful if you were in Cuba. The inclusive breakfast buffet is very popular and plentiful but hardly anybody ate lunch or dinner at the hotel. In the main, you are ignored from the moment you get there. My advice is don't stay at La Sammana. Also, DO NOT FLY WITH AEROPOSTAL - they screwed up our flight to Margarita from Caracas and it took us 3 days to get back to London as a result of an 11 hour delay getting out of Trinidad!
Dave_4
20 Jul 2006 - Bisnis
The hotel is very nice, the staff was good and the restaurant was very good. The spa with the sea water is a must. Please be aware that the hotel however, is near, but not on the beach. Also the single rooms are tiny- but they are all nicely decorated. The hotel definelty has its charm. However, coming from another island I was not impressed with the island itself and neither were my friends. The good point is that the sea food is good. The bad points are- there really is no good shopping at all, the ATM will not accept your card. The place is ugly because of all the abandoned buildings that are half finished which I suspect is due to the political climate. Also BEWARE of being ripped off in CARACAS airport. Almost everyone had a storyof how they were conned or ripped off. As soon as I got off the plane two men who appeared to be working in the airport conned me of some of my money. Make sure that you know the exact amount for departure tax, and you can not sell back your Bolivars so only get as much as you really need. Will never return to this place.
Lokasi
URB. COSTA AZUL,
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FAQ
Di mana alamat La Samanna de Margarita?
La Samanna de Margarita beralamat di URB. COSTA AZUL,
Apa saja fasilitas yang tersedia di La Samanna de Margarita?
Fasilitas yang tersedia dan bisa kamu gunakan di hotel ini adalah (beberapa fasilitas mungkin perlu biaya tambahan):
  • Kolam Renang
  • Wifi
  • Parkir
  • Restoran
  • Resepsionis 24 Jam
Apakah di La Samanna de Margarita tersedia fasilitas kolam renang?
Ya, di La Samanna de Margarita tersedia kolam renang yang bisa kamu gunakan.
Fasilitas
Fasilitas Populer
Kolam Renang
Wifi
Parkir
Restoran
Resepsionis 24 Jam
Spa
Lift
Olahraga, Spa & Rekreasi
Taman
TV di area umum
Kolam renang outdoor
Klub malam
Hewan Peliharaan
Hewan peliharaan tidak diperbolehkan
Fasilitas Umum
Ruang merokok khusus
Lift
Restoran
 

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4.0
Dari 115 review
Kebersihan
4.0
Kamar
4.0
Lokasi
4.0
Layanan
4.0
Nilai
3.5
Pasangan
32
Keluarga
30
Wisata sendiri
7
Berlibur dengan teman
21
Bisnis
15
AliciaPerozo
04 Mar 2016 - Keluarga
I was in the hotel in December 2015. The restaurant is open to breakfast only not for lunch or dinner, no room service available. The room was nice, but the first day there wasn't hot water. I don't like cold showers. I liked the spa, but they didn't have all the treatments they normally offer. The staff in the hotel and the spa was the best. They make you feel very welcome.
Alexander848
30 Jan 2015 - Wisata sendiri
I;m a solo traveler from the United States. I stayed in this hotel for one night on my final day on the island. It's located in a central and safe area with good access to entertainment and malls. The breakfast in the morning is great and the pool is very nice and shaded. There is a nice spa below that gives decent massages. The room I stayed in was bright, airy, and clean. Good hotel, I'm glad that I stayed here.
elgamero
06 Mei 2013 - Keluarga
Its supossed to be a 5 stars hotel, even though its a nice hotel, hardly deserves 4 stars Pros: Location (near CC La Vela) Nice Simming Pool Big Rooms with balcony Good local breakfast Staff Cons: Worst Room Sevice (Good luck trying to order food after 10:00 pm. The service is advertised as 24 hours) You have to leave a deposit for the remote control at the desk of 200 Bs. Pillows
madmonk1
20 Jan 2008 - Pasangan
I was at my wit's end trying to book a hotel in Margarita for a week's stay over Xmas 2007. We wanted to have a week in Margarita and a week in Tobago as we have a friend from London who now lives and works in Tobago. I booked our various flights as early as late July and wanted to book a hotel in Margarita well in advance as Xmas is obviously high season. I contacted many of the mid-rage hotels (Bella Costa, Imperial, Howard Johnson etc) who all said that they couldn't take reservations so early in the year and that I should contact them later in the year. The one exception was the Colibri who were prepared to reserve a room if I could forward payment to an account in Italy for some reason which seemed a bit dodgy. I then contacted the same hotels later in the year who then told me they were now fully booked!! More than a little frustrating. By this time the only option was to book with one of the top-end hotels, e.g, the Hilton or La Sammana. I booked La Sammana with Expedia which ended up costing a lot more that I had originally budgeted. I thought why not, it's our first holiday in years, the last one involved my premature return to the UK from Sri Lanka when the tsunami hit. Anyway, I saw a review that said good things about La Sammana and I thought it would be a nice Xmas surprise for my wife staying there. When we finally got there (more about that later) it didn't seem very busy given that this was high season. The only guests seemed to be wealthy, surgically enhanced Venezuelans. It started to dawn on me that the only reason why anybody stayed there was because all the other places were full. By the way, if you do go to Venezuela, make sure that you only take American dollars and try to exchange your cash in one of the ritzy casinos who apparently give you a really good rate of exchange into bolivars. Try not to exchange your money with the banks or other currency exchanges as the difference between the official rate and unofficial rate is almost double! Put simply, if you exchange US dollars and get a good rate, then Venezuela is good value. If you don't, then everything will be very, very expensive. I had been in Trinidad/Venezuela back in 1987 when you could stay in the Hilton for less than 20 pounds sterling! My, how things have changed. Anyway, La Sammana has various spa/massage facilities which are expensive but good, but it's basically this that gets them their 5 star rating - not the actual hotel, although the rooms are well presented and furnished with double poster bed's etc. However, my wife was using the hairdryer which was positioned near to the bathroom sink and it exploded which could have been serious. Other than the spa and the pool, there's nothing else there and nothing else to do. We found some of the staff very friendly and it's no fault of theirs that the hotel comes up short. The nearest beach is around a 15 minute walk from the hotel and requires a trek through a kind of no-mans-land through the backyard's of a couple of upscale apartments/hotels. The beach was well attended by locals, which was good to see, but the beach itself was filthy. Lot's of empty can's and bottles strewn over the area which didn't seem to bother the locals one bit! Something else that's a bit weird is that unlike any hotel that I have ever stayed in, there is no information whatsoever about the Island, where to go or what to do. The communal lounge has a TV and some books that date from the 60's about rainforest's, tribes and the like, and other areas are covered in information about cigars - useful if you were in Cuba. The inclusive breakfast buffet is very popular and plentiful but hardly anybody ate lunch or dinner at the hotel. In the main, you are ignored from the moment you get there. My advice is don't stay at La Sammana. Also, DO NOT FLY WITH AEROPOSTAL - they screwed up our flight to Margarita from Caracas and it took us 3 days to get back to London as a result of an 11 hour delay getting out of Trinidad!
Dave_4
20 Jul 2006 - Bisnis
The hotel is very nice, the staff was good and the restaurant was very good. The spa with the sea water is a must. Please be aware that the hotel however, is near, but not on the beach. Also the single rooms are tiny- but they are all nicely decorated. The hotel definelty has its charm. However, coming from another island I was not impressed with the island itself and neither were my friends. The good point is that the sea food is good. The bad points are- there really is no good shopping at all, the ATM will not accept your card. The place is ugly because of all the abandoned buildings that are half finished which I suspect is due to the political climate. Also BEWARE of being ripped off in CARACAS airport. Almost everyone had a storyof how they were conned or ripped off. As soon as I got off the plane two men who appeared to be working in the airport conned me of some of my money. Make sure that you know the exact amount for departure tax, and you can not sell back your Bolivars so only get as much as you really need. Will never return to this place.
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