Marante Plaza Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsMarante Plaza Hotel Recife
great. it was the best and what different is the omelette, filled with ham and cheese. I love to eat Ham, cheese with bread. And of course not forget fruits and coffee.
I would give 3 stars if they had free and better wifi connection.
The swimming pool and gym is small and fit for few of us.
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