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Accommodation Eforie Nord Constanta
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Coralia pension is given in use since 2002. Contains 16 double rooms and 2 triple rooms spread over 2 floors + attic p + containing living room, kitchen with a capacity of 25 persons - The pension is situated in a new neighborhood, quiet area near Big Star Complex - Distance to beach is 350 meters - 100 meters away is the treatment "Big Star" The room is equipped with: - Cooler in the room - Air conditioning - Bathroom - Wireless Internet - Cable TV Accommodation: parking in front of the hostel, garden, terrace, bar, barbecue, kitchen with limited access, transportation of Eforie Nord railway station to board. Children under 8 years have free accommodation in room with parents (without extra bed). If requesting additional bed is charged 30% of the accommodation price for an adult.

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