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Villa Coralis Accommodation Eforie Nord Constanta
Dobrogea

Coralis villa accommodation is a new year 2010, located in the Europe at 100 m high.


Coralis villa for accommodation with special conditions 3 * +.

Structure villa:

- 3 de luxe apartments (living room and a bedroom sofa bed)
- 3 triple rooms (double bed and a sofa bed)
- 15 double rooms (double bed)

The apartment consists of a spacious living room with sofa bed with air conditioning and TV LCD and a separate living room door with a double bed.

Apartment Facilities: bathroom with jacuzzi tub, air conditioning, cable TV (2 TV), mini fridge, balcony.

Room facilities: cable TV, air conditioning, private bathroom, mini fridge, balcony.

Services and Facilities:

- Equipped bathroom with hair dryer, shampoo, towels
- Room Service Non Stop
- Parking in front of the villa
- Sea views from rooms on the 2nd floor
- Internet wirelless

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