Silken Reino de Aragon Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSilken Reino de Aragon Hotel Zaragoza
Really nice hotel. Well located in the heart of zaragoza, breakfast was awesome and services very good. We had some minr problems with the wifi (nothing big). Gym area very small and simple.
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