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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Sun Breeze El Remate
Lovely clean room, very quiet until the cockerels started in the mornings.
Family owed and run, the owner also has a collectivo and we arranged to go to San Elena with him but he didnt turn up. He didn^t leave a message to let us know.
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