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Hotel Miramar Port Pollensa Majorca Reception
Mallorca

The reception of the Hotel.

The Hotel is situated along the north west coast of Majorca. One of the oldest on the island and the oldest hotel still running in Puerto Pollença.The Miramar was founded in 1912. The hotel has been run by the same family (Sastre) ever since, today being owned by the forth generation. First class. Balconies over looking the sea, a cosy environment and calm surroundings which will help to make your holidays unforgettable.

Copyright: Carlos chegado
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Chargée: 26/05/2009
Mis à jour: 03/07/2014
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