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H Top Hotels Royal Beach Lloret De Mar Costa Brava Reception
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Hotel Royal Beach Reception.

Located at just 150 mts. from Lloret de Mar's most beautiful beach, Platja de Fenals, is a family and couples paradise. Recently refurbished to a 4 star standard, The Royal Beach Hotel is a popular all-inclusive hotel choice with British holidaymakers.

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