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H Top Hotels Grand Casino Royal Lloret De Mar Costa Brava Restaurant
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The Grand Casino Royal Restaurant.

Facing the main street of Lloret de Mar, in the heart of the tourist and commercial centre, TOP Gran Hotel Casino Royal offers a friendly atmosphere, perfect to spend some days next to the sea. Its location allows guests to practice all kind of sports and leisure activities. The hotel is the perfect place to stay both for business travellers and tourists.

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Uploaded: 26/05/2009
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