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Hotel Residencial Colibri Reception Costa De Caparica Portugal
Portugal

This is a view of the reception desk on Hotel Residencial Colibri in Costa da Caparica, Portugal. The Hotel has 30 rooms equipped with individually controlled air conditioning, satellite TV, phone with direct line, electronic lock, safe, bar, internet, meeting room and laundry service.

Located in Costa da Caparica, 200m away from the largest beach in the surroundings of Lisbon where the Atlantic waters bathe the sands along 25 km and have a reputation for its cleanness. The Hotel Residencial Colibri is just perfect for those on vacation or travelling on business that wish to be close to the Capital and simultaneously enjoy the best quality and tranquillity that the Blue Coast Region and Costa da Caparica have to offer.

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