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Reception with a view to the dining room
Prague

The reception is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Its staff offers all standard services including secretarial services. The hotel dining room serves a buffet breakfast, which is included in the price of accommodation. Refreshments are provided at the bar.

Copyright: Jeffrey martin
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Uploaded: 16/04/2009
Actualizat: 04/06/2014
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