Taormina Garden Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTaormina Garden Hotel
Este Hotel é uma graça. Trata-se de uma casa com jardins, com acesso à praia. O Gerente, Dario, é o exemplo da gentileza. Fomos tratadas como princesas. O ponto negativo do Hotel é o banheiro, muito apertadinho. No entanto tem todas as facilidades e conforto de que eu gosto: água quente e bom secador de cabelos.
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Chegando em Taormina …
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