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Hotel El Prado en Barranquilla - Restaurante La Cabaña

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Piscina del Hotel El Prado en Barranquilla, construido en 1930, como el primer hotel de la ciudad. Tiene una arquitectura republicana neoclásica, con amplios espacios, terrazas y jardines tropicales. El Hotel El Prado es patrimonio arquitectónico de interés cultural y monumento nacional. Para febrero, el hotel se viste de carnaval, para recibir a los visitantes que viajan a "La Arenosa" a disfrutar el Carnaval de Barranquilla, uno de los más grandes de Colombia. http://www.hotelelpradosa.com/

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