Atrium Hotel Manila
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAtrium Hotel Manila
This hotel was very nice, with his price and nearness to the airport. We lodge here two times to take flights. I remind with other persons, more nice and obliging personnel of the restaurant and the buttons that of receipt.
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