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Apartamento Térreo Pousada Pé na Areia
Caraguatatuba

A Pousada Pé na Areia dispõe de 14 apartamentos para 2 e 4 pessoas com TV, Frigobar, Ar-condicionado, Roupa de cama, Jardim interno (térreo) e Mezanino (superior).

Os apartamentos são equipados com camas de casal reversíveis para 2 cama de solteiro.

Através de sua completa integração com a praia, a Pousada Pé na Areia também oferece mesas, cadeiras e guarda-sóis para você desfrutar seus momentos de lazer à beira-mar.

Como lazer a Pousada Pé na Areia oferece piscina, bar e sauna.

Um completo café da manhã lhe proporcionará energia para que você possa aproveitar tudo isso, e ao final do dia, aproveitar de um merecido descanso nas aconchegantes e confortáveis camas da pousada.

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Uploaded: 06/04/2011
Updated: 06/12/2014
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Tags: pousada; pé na areia; capricornio; caraguatatuba; hotel
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