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Hotel Torre del Viento Habitacion 306
Colombia

El Hotel Torre del Viento Cali es un moderno y nuevo edificio nacido de la remodelación y ampliación de una casa colonial del año 1945. Cuenta con instalaciones artísticas y una torre panorámica de 24 m de altura con miradores de 360° sobre la ciudad.

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