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Hotel Tryp Embajada Bogota Colombia Tryp Room Full Two Beds
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Hotel TRYP Embajada Bogotá

El nuevo Hotel TRYP Embajada Bogotá se encuentra ubicado dentro del complejo empresarial Capital Towers, en el sector conocido como Salitre, al lado de la emblemática Calle 26, en el occidente de Bogotá, Colombia. A pocos minutos de los más importantes atractivos turísticos, actividades culturales y centros de negocio, muy cerca del Aeropuerto El Dorado, la Calle 26, a pocos metros de la Embajada de Estados Unidos en Bogotá, Corferias, Gobernación de Cundinamarca, Fiscalía General de la Nación, Maloka y el sector del Salitre.

Hotel TRYP Embajada Bogota Colombia cerca al aeropuerto

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