Pegasus Hotel in Guyana

The Pegasus Hotel in Guyana is the best hotel in Guyana and has been since 1969 even with several changes in ownership and name since then.  The hotel and it’s facilities are located on Seawall Road Kingston walking distance away from the heart of the city of Georgetown.

It offers both an amazing view of the City and a stunning view of both of the Demerara River and the Atlantic Ocean.   It is the perfect choice for leisure and business travelers to Georgetown Guyana since all the major commercial locations and tourist attractions are located within a 3 mile radius.

Accomodation

A Room in the Pegasus Hotel

A Room in the Pegasus Hotel

The Pegasus hotel offers several room options including Suites and Rooms each designed with comfort and attention to detail.  All the rooms are very spacious and they include the follow amenities:

A Suite in the Pegasus Hotel Guyana

  • Air-conditioning
  • Complimentary Cable TV
  • Mini-bar
  • Telephone with International Direct Dialling
  • Sitting area
  • Writing Desk
  • 110V/ 220V electrical sockets
  • Non-smoking Rooms
  • High-speed Internet access
  • Wake-up calls
  • Hair dryer
  • Iron/ironing board
  • In-room safe
  • Alarm clock
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Best Refrigerators

Food and Dining

The Pegasus offers the best fine dining in Georgetown.  It hotels are four restaurants:  the Browne’s Cafe, the Oasis, the Pool Bar and Grill and the El Dorado.

Pegasus Poolside Bar and Grill

Pegasus Hotel Browne’s Cafe

Pegasus Hotel The Oasis

Pegasus Hotel The El Dorado

More Photos of the Pegasus and It’s Facilities

Pegasus Hotel (The Altanic in the background)

Pegasus Hotel Lobby

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4 Responses to Pegasus Hotel in Guyana

  • Chesterfield Octave says:

    I have been trying to make contact for weeks now to no avail. Please make contact with me via my e-mail address.

  • Robert George says:

    Totally inaccurate. The Pegasus may have been the flower of Georgetown some years ago but it is now aging, and poorly run. Like so much in Georgetown the Hospitality Industry is in desperate need of upgraded training and inventory committment. The Pegasus is a two star now at best. Not recommended.

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  • A. I. Sattaur says:

    Hi I just returned from Guyana, I had a ticket booked to returned to my country today. However I decided to changed my ticket and leave on Friday instead. I always stayed at the Pegasus but this time it was deplorable.
    You pay $180 p/ngt for a room with 2 old chairs a writing desk the one curtain is overburdened on the floor to say the least there was construction work going on from 7 -5.30 without privacy the external cladding worker could see in your room from their trolley. The banging was abominable and to say the least Guyanese should pay more attention to be more courteous to visitors no favour granted.

    The officer at the desk by the lift did not even say morning even on all my trips to the lift I extended common courtesies.
    If you called that the best hotel, you all do not know of hotel and the tourist industry.

    THINK OF IT?

    HAVE A GREAT DAY ALL

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Guyana Facts

Official Name
The Co-operative Republic of Guyana. Georgetown is the capital city.

National Symbols
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Population

Approximately 751,223 (Census 2002) of which 90% live along the coastal strip and banks of the three major rivers. The ethnic composition of the population is as follows:

  • East Indian 43.5%
  • Black (African) 30.2%
  • Mixed 16.7%
  • Amerindian 9.1%
  • Other 0.5%

Location

North East of South America between 1o & 9o North Latitude and 57o & 61o West Longitude, bordering Venezuela to the West, Brazil to the South, Suriname to the East.

Language

The official language is English. Often spoken with a Caribbean Creole flavour. Guyana is also the only English speaking country in South America.

Government

Guyana became independent from Britain in 1966 and a “Cooperative Republic in 1970, when a non executive President replaced the Governor-General. A new constitution in 1980 gave the President wide executive powers. The Cabinet is headed by the President, and there is a 65-member National Assembly elected by proportional representation.

President: Bharat Jagdeo
Prime Minister: Samuel Hinds

Other information

Currency: Guyana Dollar
Time Zone: GMT – 04:00
Area: 214,970 km2 or 83,000 sq mi
Country Code: 592
We drive on the left side of the road.

More information about Guyana | World Cities: Georgetown

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