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Hotel Gymnas-Bathroom, Novi sad, Serbia
Novi Sad

http://www.gymnas.rs

Hotel Gymnas is the unique place where business, traditional values and hospitality are merged. Comfortable, business like with soft artistic touch makes strong impression on all guests. The accommodation offer includes 27 units, of which 6 Suites and 17 Deluxe king/twin rooms. Hotel also has café bar, summer terrace and VIP lounge.  The hotel offer includes the services of an impressive fitness centre (gym, sauna, massages).

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