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Condor Hotel Curitiba
Curitiba

Seja bem-vindo à Curitiba, cidade ecológica, porta de entrada para o Mercosul. Aqui a qualidade de atendimento e o conforto esperam por você!

Hotel Condor. A melhor localização para seu Conforto!

Com uma localização central, facilitando o acesso a qualquer ponto de Curitiba.

O local ideal, tanto para passeio quanto para o fechamento de bons negócios.

Estrutura

Garagem para 50 carros

Restaurante

Sala de convenções, sala de reuniões, sala de apoio e todos os recursos necessários

Secretárias para apoio, execução e recepção de eventos

São 86 apartamentos, 4 suítes, todos finamente decorados com telefone, frigobar, ar condicionado, TV colorida com controle remoto, TV a cabo e som FM.

Av. Sete de Setembro, 1866 - Centro - Curitiba

Foto: Emilio Campi

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