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H Top Hotels Calella Palace Calella Barcelona indoor Swimming Pool
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The special indoor Swimming Pool.

The H.TOP Calella Palace is a brand new, modern and family-friendly resort hotel in the residential area of Calella, some 300 meters from the sandy beach. This nine-floor property features 339 guestrooms decorated in light colors and wooden furnishings. Gerona Airport is 41 km away and Barcelona airport is 72 km away. Calella has more than three kilometers of beach, a magnificent shopping center and a lively night life with plenty of pubs and discos.

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Uploaded: 26/05/2009
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