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4 estrelas   / 114 Quartos
Rua Amintas de Barros, 71 , 80060200 Curitiba (Parana), Brasil
Dan Inn Curitiba Hotel    
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Located in the centre of Curitiba, the Dann Inn offers tasteful accommodations and modern facilities within walking distance of the main commercial district. Services include a gym and free Wi-Fi. Accommodations at the Dann Inn Hotel are well illuminated and feature parquet flooring. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, cable TV and a minibar. Spacious suites have a separate dining and lounge area. Guests at the Dan Inn Hotel Curitiba can dine at the on site restaurant and bar. A daily breakfast buffet with fresh fruits, juices and rolls is available. Due to its central location, the hotel is within walking distance of several restaurants and bars. The hotel is situated only 15 km from Afonso Pena International Airport. Free private parking is available.

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Serviços

  • Bar
  • Restaurante
  • Serviços de quartos
  • Parking
  • Conferências
  • Business Center
  • Lavaderia
  • Internet em lobby
  • Wireless
  • Elevadores
  • porteiros

Serviços de quartos

  • não fumador
  • Cofre

leisure facilida

  • Ginasio/Fitness

Cartões de Credito

  • American Express
  • Euro/Master Card
  • Visa
  • Diners Club
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Quinta-feira 04.09
9° Noite / 14° Dia

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Sexta-feira 05.09
9° Noite / 17° Dia

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Sabado 06.09
11° Noite / 23° Dia

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Domingo 07.09
13° Noite / 24° Dia

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Curitiba (Parana):

Curitiba (Tupi: "Pine Nut Land", Portuguese pronunciation: [kuɾiˈtibɐ] or [kuɾiˈtʃibɐ]) is the capital and largest city of the Brazilian state of Paraná. The city proper population numbers approximately 1,760,500 people (as of 2010), making it the 8th most populous in the country, and the largest in the Brazil's South Region. Its metropolitan area, called Curitiba Metropolitan Area (Região Metropolitana de Curitiba, in Portuguese), comprises 26 municipalities[1] with a total population of over 3.2 million (IBGE estimate in 2010), the seventh most populous in the country. Curitiba is an important cultural, political and economic centre in the country and in Latin America. The city sits on a plateau at 932 metres (3,058 ft) above sea level. It is located 105 kilometres (65 mi) west of the sea port of Paranaguá and is served by the Afonso Pena International and Bacacheri airports. The city hosts the Federal University of Paraná, established in 1912, one year before electric streetcars were first deployed. Curitiba's first expansion was based on the cattle trade (1700-1900), the city being located half-way between the cattle breeding country to the south and the markets to the north. Later (1850-1950), it grew because the logging and agricultural expansion in the Paraná State (first Araucaria logging, later mate and coffee cultivation and in the 1970s wheat, corn and soybean cultivation). In this period (after 1850) waves of European immigrants arrived in Curitiba, mainly Germans, Italians, Poles and Ukrainians, contributing to the economic and cultural development of the city. Nowadays, only smaller numbers of foreign immigrants arrive, mainly from Middle Eastern and others Latin American countries. The biggest city expansion occurred after the 1950s, with an innovative urban planning that changed the population size from some hundreds of thousands to more than a million people. Nowadays Curitiba economy is based on industry and services, being the 4th biggest economy in Brazil. The economy growth occurred in parallel to a substantial inward flow of Brazilians from other cities of the country (approximately half the population of Curitiba was not born in the city). Curitiba present one of the highest HDI of Brazil (0.856) and in 2010 was awarded the Globe Sustainable City Award which was set up to recognize cities and municipalities which excel in sustainable urban development around the world. According to the US magazine Reader's Digest, Curitiba is the best "Brazilian Big City" in which to live.

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