Comfort Inn Atlacomulco
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn Atlacomulco Central Mexico and Gulf Coast
More than five years after of our visit, I do not think that my opinion may be usefull for present travelers. However, appart of what is evident through the photos, I will add that the hotel had a tennis court, pool, a computer hall and, what it was more important for the ladies, a very good service of hairdressing which was very satisfactory to many people. By summarize that experience I can say that it was very, largely much more pleasant that any expectative I could have preconceived, specially considering that I never before had ear the name of the place, Atlacomulco.
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