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Reference 206542

48 bedroom Hotel for sale in Barcelona, Catalonia

17,000,000 EUR
14,620,000 GBP 18,190,000 USD
In the heart of this famous city of Barcelona, this fabulous 4 star hotel is ideally located close to the Paseo de Gracia and to the main shopping and tourist attractions.

The hotel which was built in 2007 comes with more than 48 guest bedrooms; there are various guest lounges, a fitness centre and a welcoming cafe/bar.

Please enquire for more details as this hotel is being marketed discreetly.

Features

Reference206542
Price17,000,000 EUR
Number of Bedrooms
Bedrooms
48
Number of Bathrooms
Bathrooms
48
Floor Space in Metres Squared
Floor Space
4,372.0m2
Land Size in Metres Squared
Land Area

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This Hotel is located in Barcelona in Spain

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On finding a property you wish to purchase you will need to negotiate the terms, price and conditions of the sale with the owner. This part of the process is not binding. We would recommend using an independent English speaking legal advisor. Once a purchase price has been agreed, normally a holding or reserve deposit will be required to ensure the property is removed from the market. The sum required will vary between properties and will be based on the purchase price. A time limit for the preagreement to be signed will be arranged and there will also be legal checks to be made.

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