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Hotel Pestana Delfim Alvor Beach Algarve Night Club
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Hotel Pestana Delfim Alvor Beach Algarve Night Club.

This excellent 4 star hotel offers you a great panorama of Três Irmãos beach, which is only 3 minutes walk away. This modern and comfortable hotel is excellent for Summer vacation with the family. This comfortable hotel also offers a great variety of sport facilities including salt water pool, for adults and children, as well as health club, beauty centre and free wireless Internet access, for a funny beach holiday in the Algarve region.

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送信日: 27/05/2009
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