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H Top Hotels Olympic Calella Barcelona Double Room
Spain

Spacious and modern Double Room.

Set in the resort of Calella, this hotel is just 300 metres from a sandy beach and features a range of facilities to help you enjoy a family break in the sun.Enjoy the fine sands and clean Mediterranean waters of the nearby Blue-Flag, Costa Brava beaches or spend a day around the hotel’s 3 outdoor swimming pools, one of which is tropical styled and lined with palm trees.

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