Windsor Tower Hotel Cordoba (Cordoba (AR))

Windsor Tower Hotel Cordoba (Cordoba (AR))
Windsor Tower Hotel Cordoba

country: Argentina, city: Cordoba (AR) (City Centre)

Windsor Tower Hotel Cordoba Windsor Tower Hotel CordobaCentrally located, the Windsor Tower Hotel Cordoba is placed 15 kilometers away from the airport. The hotel has comfortable and well-furnished rooms that are equipped with contemporary amenities. You can dine at the in-house restaurant that serves a variety of delicacies. You can also unwind at the bar after a tiring day along with a fine drink. Conference facilities are also available for people on business travel. During leisure, you can relax at the sauna, swimming pool or workout at the gymnasium.

Hotel Facilities:Room Facilities:
Cocktail bar
Conference facilities
Laundry facilities
Outdoor swimming pool
Room service
Swimming pool
Air conditioning
Cable / Satellite TV
Mini bar

Extra Information:
Distance to Airport : 15 km

Buenos Aires 214
5000 Cordoba

International hotels. — Academic. 2010.

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