Casa Maria Apartments
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Maria Apartments Sant Antoni de Portmany
I found Casa Maria brilliant for everything. It's close to the West End, but far enough to not here the noise.
Can't fault them on anything bar the food, but it's literally beside so many nice/good value restaurants.
Lovely rooftop pool.
Staff are so friendly and air conditioning is a godsend!
Would recommend it to anyone.
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