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Cs Sao Rafael Suite Hotel Albufeira Algarve Living Room
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Cs Sao Rafael Suite Hotel Living Room.

At the CS São Rafael Suite Hotel, there is always a place for good taste. A place consisting of spacious suites and with plenty of time for leisure made up of enjoyable moments. The exclusivity of the 5-star ambience and the privileged access to pretty and tranquil São Rafael beach, make the CS São Rafael Suite Hotel a destination full of charm and elegance, ideal for those who appreciate the simple things in life. The design, for instance, where you see something new each time you look, and the

cuisine, as delicious as the days that drift by here to the flavor of the best of each season.

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