Hotel King Palace
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel King Palace San Miguel
It was great loved the pool but wish there was a spa to because it got quite cold there. It was good though.
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... is finished, so there were no children there, yet now and then, a few would pop in to see what we were up to. Karin, who I got to know the first day, stopped in to visit and I had a chance to spend some time with her. We had lunch on site and were treated with freshly made papusas filled with beans and cheese.
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