Microtel Inn & Suites Malargue
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Indoor pool
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If you have the bad luck to be put in the old wing of the hotel you will experience old room, old bathroom etc.
We had to ask them to change the beds .... Which they did promptly
the beds had a perfect bathtub shape.
A/C ? what A/C It must have worked once upon a time.......
One think very positive: The srtaff friendly and efficient.
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