Hotel De Floriana
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel De Floriana Molinaseca
Showers were fantastic, hot really hot and jets coming at us from several levels!
But not a good room for us, directly over the outdoor seating area, on the main road too. We needed to sleep early, the Spaniards eat late and chatted noisily till past midnight. Otherwise fine, laundry was € 8 done by the next morning. Very smart modern hotel.
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