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H Top Hotels Royal Sun Santa Susanna Barcelona Beach
Spain

The sandy beach area are only steps from the hotel.

The Hotel Top Royal Sun rises from the sandy Mediterranean shores of Santa Susanna, Spain. The modern white hotel is a member of the Costa Brava resort complex and enjoys direct access to the sea promenade. Only ten kilometers from the property, the town of Lloret de Mar glitters with bars, eateries and attractions.

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