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Estelar Paipa Hotel y Centro de Convenciones - Auditorio
Colombia

Este es el Auditorio principal del Estelar Paipa Hotel y Centro de Convenciones.

Ubicado en pleno centro de Boyacá, ESTELAR Paipa Hotel & Centro de Convenciones le ofrece un ambiente adecuado tanto para sus eventos empresariales y convenciones, como para sus vacaciones familiares. Imponente obra de ladrillo que contrasta con la gama de verdes de las 102 hectáreas de bosques y colinas que lo rodean.

Con tecnología de punta, la versatilidad de 7 salones con capacidad hasta 1000 personas en coctel y todos los espacios para actividades; deportes náuticos, caballos, tenis, piscina, granja, cortijo y sus inagotables fuentes de aguas termales, el ESTELAR Paipa Hotel & Centro de convenciones es el lugar en que todo es posible.

Proyecto: Colombia Travel

Fotógrafo: Mario Carvajal

Copyright: Astrolabio colombia
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Resolution: 6000x3000
Chargée: 09/05/2011
Mis à jour: 30/06/2014
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