Palm Aire Hotel & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and returned and arrested and returned every year. Unfortunately
the food and the service in the restaurant is not really the best, although
everyone seemed to enjoy the Pork Tenderloin sandwich, but my ˝ lb. Angus
burger, which Angie and I shared, along with a draft Bud was quite
disappointing, compared to some of the great eateries here in the Valley. Look
out Riverside, because they are working on rebuilding and reviving the now
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