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Madagascar Sakatia Passions Balcon Bungalow
Madagascar

http://www.sakatia-passions.com

Dans votre formule d’hébergement, vous disposerez d’un bungalow ventilé, à moins que vous n’en préfériez un climatisé. Tous les bungalows de l’hôtel disposent d’une terrasse privative et d’une salle de bains individuelle avec eau chaude et toilettes. Pour votre confort, les lits sont équipés de moustiquaires. Selon vos besoins vous pourrez confier votre linge à la blanchisserie de l’hôtel et, pour les familles, des gardes d’enfants peuvent être organisées.

In your accommodation, you will have a bungalow ventilated, unless you prefer in a conditioning. All of the hotel bungalows feature a private terrace and a private bathroom with hot water and toilets. For your comfort, the beds have mosquito nets. Depending on your needs you can entrust your clothes to the laundry of the hotel and, for families, babysitters can be arranged.

Copyright: Christian Bersano
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Taken: 09/10/2011
Uploaded: 27/06/2012
Updated: 31/03/2015
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