The Ascent to the Gran Hotel BALI in Benidorm, is a peculiar test, consists of climbing the tower with its 52 floors and 924 steps in the shortest time possible. It is a very explosive test that requires a great effort, open to all types of runners both asphalt, mountain, cyclists, triathletes, etc..
In the test there are 3 categories: Equipped firefighters, Elite, where the best specialists of the World come and Open, suitable for anyone. It is an international test attached to the TOWERRUNNING WORLD ASSOCIATION, within the WORLD CUP, which is held in the towers of the most important buildings in the world (Empire States, USA, Eiffel Tower FRA, Taipei 101, TAW, Torre Latino, ITA, The Torch, QTR, TV Tower, EST, Calgary Tower, CAN, Haus des Meeres, AUT, WTC Torre Almere, NED).
The Gran Hotel Bali is a 4 star hotel located in Benidorm, province of Alicante, Spain. It is 186 metres high (210 metres including the mast), the tallest hotel in Europe and one of the tallest skyscrapers in Europe. It was the tallest building in Spain surpassing Torre Picasso in 2001, until November 2006 when it was surpassed by Torre Espacio (and then, successively, by the other three towers in the Cuatro Torres Business Area in Madrid.
The hotel opened its doors on May 17, 2002, began construction in 1990, with a budget of 12 million euros. The hotel, which is actually a group of four buildings, was designed by the architect Antonio Escario and has 776 rooms (with capacity for a maximum of 2,000 guests), 18 elevators, gardens and swimming pools. It is located in La Cala de Benidorm, near the Mediterranean coast (300 meters), and, when the day is clear, the island of Tabarca can be seen from its highest balconies.
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