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REF 0075ESHO: OLD CATALAN FARMHOUSE RENOVATED INTO CHARMING HOTEL IN EMPURIABRAVA



REF 0075ESHO

Rooms: 58

Plot Size: 4,312 m²

Facilities: Reception, Conference Room, Restaurant, Kitchen, Laundry, Swimming Pool, Lounge Bar, Mini Golf, Parking

Price : 5.000.000 Euro

 

Description:


This old Catalan farmhouse, renovated in 1987, has been beautifully transformed into a charming hotel, offering a unique blend of rustic allure and modern amenities. Located just minutes from the beach and main tourist attractions in the Empuriabrava area, the hotel sits on a 4,312 m² plot. It features 58 magnificent rooms with terraces, spread over 4 large floors accessible by an elevator. Each room is equipped with air conditioning, heating, and a private bathroom, with some offering views of the stunning outdoor pool.


Hotel Amenities:

Ground Floor: Houses the reception, a large open room with a garden, a conference room for 80 people, and a vaulted restaurant. The restaurant, divided into two rooms, can accommodate 80 people and retains its architectural charm.

Additionally, there is a 160 m² kitchen and a laundry area.


Outdoor Facilities:Include several terraces, one covered with a 128 m² tent for 140 people, a 160 m² swimming pool with a central island, a 60 m² lounge bar, an 8-hole mini-golf course, and ample parking space.


Location:

Empuriabrava is known for its unique blend of natural beauty and cultural richness. Castello d'Empuries, located just a few kilometers from the Gulf of Roses beaches, the Aiguamolls Natural Park, and the capital of Alt Emporda, Figueres, is a strategic location. The medieval center and the residential marina of Empuriabrava, with its network of canals, are among the area's most significant attractions.


Investment Opportunity:

This hotel represents a privileged investment opportunity, combining a rich historical background with modern luxury in a location of natural and cultural significance. Its comprehensive facilities and strategic location make it an ideal choice for investors seeking to capitalize on the region's thriving tourism sector.



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