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H Top Hotels Amaika Calella Barcelona Reception
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The Reception ornate Titanic-inspired.

H. TOP Amaika is located in Calella (Barcelona), at 72 km. from the airport of Barcelona and 62 km. from city centre where you will find the famous "Ramblas" and the beautiful world of Gaudi architecture. Luxury interior decoration is based in "Titanic" style. From the balcony of one of its guestrooms you will behold views over the swimming pool or the beautiful surroundings.

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