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19.0 miles from Ruifang
#3 of 156 hotels in Zhongshan District
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18.2 miles from Ruifang
#5 of 66 hotels in Da'an
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19.2 miles from Ruifang
#6 of 66 hotels in Da'an
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20.4 miles from Ruifang
#1 of 100 hotels in Wanhua
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19.9 miles from Ruifang
#4 of 102 hotels in Zhongzheng District
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17.5 miles from Ruifang
#2 of 28 hotels in Xinyi District
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19.1 miles from Ruifang
#6 of 156 hotels in Zhongshan District
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20.0 miles from Ruifang
#7 of 102 hotels in Zhongzheng District
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19.2 miles from Ruifang
#2 of 101 hotels in Jiaoxi
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17.0 miles from Ruifang
#3 of 43 hotels in Songshan
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20.2 miles from Ruifang
#8 of 102 hotels in Zhongzheng District
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20.4 miles from Ruifang
#2 of 100 hotels in Wanhua
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19.2 miles from Ruifang
#13 of 156 hotels in Zhongshan District
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19.2 miles from Ruifang
#14 of 156 hotels in Zhongshan District
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19.7 miles from Ruifang
#17 of 102 hotels in Zhongzheng District
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19.7 miles from Ruifang
#5 of 54 hotels in Datong
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20.6 miles from Ruifang
#5 of 100 hotels in Wanhua
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18.3 miles from Ruifang
#10 of 66 hotels in Da'an
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18.0 miles from Ruifang
#5 of 43 hotels in Songshan
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20.4 miles from Ruifang
#7 of 100 hotels in Wanhua
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19.2 miles from Ruifang
#30 of 156 hotels in Zhongshan District

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