Holiday Inn San Jose Downtown Aurola
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn San Jose Downtown Aurola
High Rise Hotel in the middle of Downtown San Jose- Not as remote as our first hotel in the city of San Jose. Like any Holiday Inn clean and sufficiently good. Nothing to brag about. Good for those looking to explore the historical district of the city. Very close to a great Venezuelan restaurant serving a nice size AREPAS!
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