Gran Hotel Bali
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|Gran Hotel Bali|
Gran Hotel Bali, La Cala, Benidorm
|Location||C/ Luis Prendes, 4 Benidorm, Spain|
|Opening||May 17, 2002|
|Antenna spire||210 m (690 ft)|
|Roof||186 m (610 ft)|
|Floor area||41,170 m2 (443,200 sq ft)|
|Design and construction|
Gran Hotel Bali is a 4-star hotel located in Benidorm, province of Alicante, Spain. It is, at 186 metres high (210 metres including the mast), the tallest building on Europe's Mediterranean coast. It was the tallest building in Spain surpassing Torre Picasso in 2001, until November 2006 when it was overtaken by Torre Espacio. The hotel opened on 17 May 2002.
The hotel, which is actually a set of four buildings, was designed by architect Antonio Escario and has 776 rooms (with capacity for up to 2,000 guests), 18 lifts, gardens and swimming pools. It is located in La Cala de Benidorm, close to the Mediterranean seaside (300 metres), and, when the day is clear, the island of Tabarca can be seen from its highest balconies.