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Les Gens De Mer

44, Rue Voltaire Le Havre 76600 France
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  • Hotel Building 0 Poor hotel buildings
  • Service 66 Service was poor
  • Location 88 Great location
  • Hotel 73 Excellent hotel
  • Food 72 Delicious food
  • Price 70 Good price
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