Torres de la Parguera Hotel

Address: Road 304 KM 3.1, Puerto Rico, 00667 | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Road 304 KM 3.1, Puerto Rico, is near Abe's Snorkling and BioBay Tours, Caracas Beach, La Parguera, and West Divers.
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