Hilton Dalaman Golf Resort &SPA 5*

Отдыхала в этом отеле очень понравился, роскошный отель класса Люкс на берегу моря. Главный холл Hilton Dalaman Golf Resort &SPA 5* выполнен в том же стиле, что и подъезд, декорирован предметами современного искусства, прозрачное небо над головой, потрясающего цвета.

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Updated: 17/10/2014


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