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Comfortable bedrooms with lots of blankets, duvet, and BBC World on TV. Noisy rooms if happen to be near the breakfast room. WiFi and terminals available. Average breakfast. 10 minute downhill walk to Plaza de Armas. Laundry, luggage storage & safe deposit services.
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