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Club Arcos Apartments Praia Da Rocha Algarve Swimming Pool
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Club Arcos Apartments Swimming Pool.

The three star Clube dos Arcos Hotel is situated some 250 metres from the beach at Praia da Rocha, and about two kilometres from the centre of Portimao, in the Algarve region of the southern coast of Portugal. The accommodation, at the Clube dos Arcos, comprises 90 rooms on seven floors. The facilities, at the hotel, include a restaurant, a bar, reception, internet access, a mini market, a swimming pool, and a health centre with an indoor pool, a gym, steam rooms, and massage rooms. There are many shops, bars and restaurants in Portimao and in Praia da Rocha.

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