Benidorm Palace Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBenidorm Palace Hotel Rio de Janeiro
Paid a very high price during the World Cup for our stay at this Hotel.
While it is in a reasonable position three blocks back from Copacabana Beach the Hotel is aged. While the staff were very helpful the beds,bedding and towels all needed replacing. Breakfast was just adequate.
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