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TravelPod Member ReviewsElements Bed and Breakfast Marbella
I went with my boyfriend and when we saw the room, all painted in red and orange, and the beds and the bottle of wine and the chocolates... our love started to grow up. Our room was Fire, clean and big, and with fantastic views to the garden. Anabel prepared for us a romantic dinner, all was very good. The beach is very near. We really enyoy ourselves!! We remomend it.
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Sunday 23rd February 2014
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