Hotel TRH Paraiso Costa Del Sol
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel TRH Paraiso Costa Del Sol Estepona
Beautiful and friendly place. Nestled right into the heart of the village, with a beautiful pool area and terrace overlooking the meditarranean. Good breakfast, and there is no such thing as a language barrier. All staff could speak Spanish, English, French, German, and other languages. Beautiful stay.
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