Gran Hotel Armele

Colon 999 y De la Palma, Asuncion, 1350, Paraguay | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Colon 999 y De la Palma, Asuncion, is near Casa de la Independencia, Legislative Palace (Palacio Legislativo), Casa de los Diputados, and Casa Viola.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsGran Hotel Armele Asuncion

    Reviewed by kellyham

    Rooms are really outdated

    Reviewed Feb 22, 2011
    by (13 reviews) , Canada Flag of Canada

    We stayed at this hotel as part of a Toucan tour and the lobby is beautiful but the actual rooms are really outdated and our room kind of smelled. The fridge and air conditioning unit was really loud and the AC didn't cool the whole room. The bathroom was horrible. Other than the room, the breakfast was decent and the computers in the lobby was nice. The area is pretty central. I wouldn't stay here again because of the room but if you're just using it to sleep and not relax in, then it's adequate.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Gran Hotel Armele Asuncion

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