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Hoteles sobre el abismo

Asentados sobre escarpados acantilados, colinas de vértigo y montañas alpinas se encuentran hoteles llenos de encanto cuya privilegiada ubicación nos ofrecen las mejores vistas que podamos imaginar. Sólo una advertencia: estos alojamientos no son aptos para quienes sufran miedo a las alturas.
  • Felica Stenson

    Hotel Posada Mirador, Copper Canyon, Chihuahua, México. Poised like an eagle's nest at the canyon' edge is the Posada Barrancas Mirador Hotel, near the highest point of the canyon. Overlooks exhibit awe-inspiring scenery from the rim of Copper Canyon. This deluxe hotel is surrounded by pine trees, and appears to be "etched out" of the natural rock itself.

  • Lisse Hooker

    pink Hotel Posada Mirador | México

  • Donna Eagle

    Sinaloa - Mexico #travel #adventure

  • stephanie

    amazing hotel in mexico

  • Rank & Style

    Hotel Posada Mirador (Sinaloa, México) -- The perfect setting for those pink #Carven coats. #pink #Mexico #travel #vacation #dreaming

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