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Hotel Eforie Nord Alessia Constanta
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Alessia 3 stars hotel in the resort Eforie Nord is the center of it, about 300 m high, in the cinema Neon near the Hotel Europa.

       Alessia 3 * hotel is a new building of 2007 offers for accommodation:

       42 double rooms
       Luxury apartment;

       All rooms contain:
         bathroom with shower and hairdryer
         Cable TV
         refrigerator
         air conditioning
         balcony

     The rooms are spacious with double bed and two single beds (twin);
     Secured parking lot;
     Alessia hotel is equipped with a reception hall reception with leather sofas, plasma and a heads;
     Alessia hotel is monitored cameras.

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