General Rafael Urdaneta Bridge, stretching over Lake Maracaibo, is considered an architectural wonder in Venezuela. Our hotel's property is just a short drive from this bridge, which was built in 1958 out of concrete and designed by Riccardo Morandi.
As one of the most important attractions in the area, Sinamaica Lagoon is just north of the Hotel Maruma. The Anu - Paraujana people created this community, which is unique because of its location on the water. Hire a pole-driven canoe to tour this city.
While visiting our beautiful town, catch a new performance at the historic Baralt Theater. Located in downtown Maracaibo, this grand, gold and white stone building, reconstructed in 1932, was recognized as a National Monument of Venezuela in 1981.
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To learn more about Maracaibo's history and culture, visit the Santa Lucia district. Rebuilt as replicas of homes from 300 years ago, the colonial houses that line the street are painted with bright colors. The Hotel Maruma is just a few minutes away.
Have some flexibility in your travel dates? Visit us during November and celebrate the Festival of La Chinita with Venezuelans. Our hotel's guests can join others at Basilica Square as they pay homage to Our Lady of Rosario of Chiquinquirá.