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H Top Hotels Alexis Lloret De Mar Costa Brava Restaurant Deserts
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The excellent Restaurant Deserts.

The hotel is located near Lloret de Mar main sandy beach on the Costa Brava, just 5 minutes away from the centre of town, and 25 minutes transfer time from the Girona airport. Lloret de Mar is one of the most enjoyable towns in Catalunya. All guest rooms have air-conditioning with individual climate control, private balcony/terrace, satellite TV with remote control, bathrooms with bathtub.

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