I have nothing but complaints about this hotel that cost me US$66 per night. I expected the gunfire and the sirens at night (it's Caracas, so no surprise), but upon entering the room I find three open windows and one open balcony door. One window wouldn't even close, and the guy that was called in to fix it just looked at it, mumbled something about "nobody is gonna enter" and walked away without doing anything or saying anything else. I found a dirty toilet with pubic hairs, dried up diarrea and dried up urine. Even after having it cleaned up, I could see traces of human secretionst there. The tabwater is brown/yellow. I bought bottled water for 20Bf to brush my teeth. The door had a broken chain, so I had to rely on the lock. The airconditioning was very loud and there were ants all over the place. Dinner at the hotel's restaurant was a combination of hard meat and oil-soaked french fries. I walked around barefooted and my feet were actually black of the dirt. I asked for a wake-up call, which never came. Sheets wouldn't fit the matress. Neither of the two lamps on the nighttables would work. I don't know if this hotel in particular has a problem with hygiene, or if it is a general Venezuelan habit, but I was extremely happy to check-out of this place. I have travelled all over the world and I have stayed at many "cheap" hotels, despite of the fact that all of them have their own issues I am generally a happy costumer. But this place in Caracas is one of the worst I have ever seen.