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Hotel Pionero Santa Ponsa Majorca Double Room
Mallorca

The double room is elegantly decorated with pastel colors fabrics and wooden furniture.

The Hotel Pionero is situated in Santa Ponsa just 300 metres away from the beach and the nearest shopping centre. Guests may enjoy the excellent facilities, including adult swimming pools, children’s pools and sauna. The hotel entertainment team also supply a daytime and evening entertainment programs, suitable for all ages.

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Uploaded: 26/05/2009
Updated: 03/07/2014
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