Paradise Regained

Paradise Regained

Paradise Regained (Utilá,Гондурас)

Категория отеля: 5-звездочный отель
Адрес: Old Airport, 01001 Utilá, Гондурас
Описание: Offering stunning views of the Caribbean Sea, Paradise Regained is located in the beautiful Island of Utila. This charming property features a 24-hour front desk, an outdoor pool and barbecue facilities.Paradise Regained offers a 4-bedroom house with 2 private bathrooms and 2 studio apartments with 1 private bathroom each. Each property comes with a seating area, a TV and a fully-equipped kitchen.Utila Municipal Dock is 15 minutes walk from Paradise Regained. Here you will find a variety of shops, bars and restaurants. The area is also ideal for diving and snorkelling.
Еда и питье:
На свежем воздухе: Барбекю , Открытый бассейн (работает по сезонам), Терраса
Парковка: Бесплатно! Бесплатная Частная парковка на месте (предварительный заказ не требуется) .
Услуги: Семейные номера, Кондиционер
Спорт и отдых: Рыбная ловля, Каноэ, Пешие прогулки, Велоспорт, Дайвинг, Ныряние с маской и трубкой
Сервис: Круглосуточная стойка регистрации, Услуги консьержа, Индивидуальная регистрация заезда/отъезда
Интернет: Бесплатно! Wi-Fi предоставляется на территории всего отеля бесплатно.
Языки общения:
Время заезда/выезда: C 15:00 / До 11:00
Домашние животные: Размещение домашних животных не допускается.
Банковские карты: visa,euromastercard,
Номерной фонд: Дома для отпуска: 6
Координаты: ш. 16.087970059496428 д. -86.89335286617279 на карте

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  • Paradise Regained — Paradise Regain d is a poem by the 17th century English poet John Milton, published in 1671. It is connected by name to his earlier and more famous epic poem Paradise Lost , with which it shares similar theological themes. It deals with the… …   Wikipedia

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  • Paradise Lost — (1667) a long ↑epic poem by John Milton which tells the story of Adam and Eve, and why God punished them. The story is continued in a later poem called Paradise Regained …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • Milton, John — born Dec. 9, 1608, London, Eng. died Nov. 8, 1674, Chalfont St. Giles, Buckinghamshire English poet. A brilliant youth, Milton attended Cambridge University (1625–32), where he wrote poems in Latin, Italian, and English; these included L Allegro… …   Universalium

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