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Vila Natalija [Sokobanja]
Serbia

VILA NATALIJA, CENTAR, PARKING, PROMO CENE, PLACANJE NA RATE


DOBITNIK JE ZLATNE MEDALJE  ZA KVALITET SMESTAJA NA NOVOSADSKOM SAJMU TURIZMA 2010 GODINE.

Vila "Natalija" se nalazi u centru Sokobanje, u ulici 27. marta, kod setalista i poste. 50m je udaljena od setalista i 100m od bazena hotela Zdravljak.

Objekat je potpuno nov. Izgradjen i uredjen po svim standardima.

U sklopu Vile se nalaze 15 studija i apartmana, kompletno opremljenih sa kuhinjama, spavaćim sobama, kupatilom,terasom,ktv i internetom.
Nasim gostima su na raspolaganju peskiri i fenovi.

Svaka kuhinja ima frizider,i kompletno posudje za pripremu hrane.

VILU SVAKODNEVNO ODRZAVA SPREMACICA.


Postoji mogucnost odlozenog placanja cekovima gradjana.

U SASTAVU VILA NALAZE SE:
SEST DVOKREVETNIH STUDIA,
SEST  TROKREVETNIH STUDIA,
TRI CETVOROKREVETNA APARTMANA.


Vila ima i sopstvenu garazu sa video nadzorom, koji je besplatno na raspolaganju gostima.

Informacije i rezervacije na telefone:
063/413-708,066/200-334,018/837-185,
RECEPCIJA 018/837-210

D O B R O   D O S L I !

Text source: Vila-Natalija.co.cc

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