Hotel Matilda, still standing strong in SMA

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The 32-room (including nine suites) Hotel Matilda has plenty to offer. Tucked behind a historic but unassuming façade is a modern and luxurious oasis. With a bar, indoor/outdoor restaurant Moxi, and pool, Hotel Matilda is a cleverly designed property that never feels too busy. The spa—entirely hidden from view—is a tranquil refuge offering lavish, More...

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