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H Top Hotels Royal Star Lloret De Mar Costa Brava Indoor Swimming Pool
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Enjoy a spectacular and climatized Indoor Swimming Pool.

The Hotel Top Royal Star is situated in the popular resort of Lloret de Mar. Just 700 meters away guests will find the resort centre with its array of shopping and entertainment venues and the beach, making this an ideal destination for a fun filled family holiday.

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