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Lovely hotel, very close to a beautiful beach and right opposite a supermarket. Staff were friendly and helpful and gave us tips on where to eat, shop and visit. Very close to the main street and there are plenty of pubs/restaurant very close by. The room itself was clean and had everything we needed. ...
Hotel is away from the hustle of the main drag so was quiet. We went early April so some shops weren't open, nor was the hotel pool. Nothing much happens in the first week of April. Still we had a great holiday.
Great apartments which is only 10 mins walk to beach and shops / 12 mins walk to Port Aventura. Supermarket very close to it which has most items you would look for. The pool is a nice size and was warm enough. Shame the WIFI only at reception and not in rooms but that's my only complaint.
There are many two-star hotels in Salou to choose from to make the most of your budget and your time on the Spanish coast. The range of Salou’s quality two-star accommodation means it is easy to find a place to stay that suits your plans and your budget. You can search through the affordable options and find your perfect base for your visit, and the size of the city means you are never more than a walk from the beach and the other attractions of Salou.
With everything in Salou being close to the beach, its choice of two-star hotels and apartments, villas and camping resorts places you in the perfect position to explore all the watersports on offer, from scuba-diving and fishing to parasailing and paddle-boarding. You’ll find several competitively priced places to rent all sorts of watercraft, but if that sounds too energetic, stick to the beach and just relax on the sand, soaking up the rays.
The other advantage of finding a cheap hotel or apartment in Salou is that you will have more cash available for enjoying the numerous nightlife options on offer. The ‘xiringuitos’ are the beach bars, open from early morning to late at night, and are the hub of the resort’s social life. Salou is also home to a selection of other restaurants and bars, many of which have terraces to allow you to enjoy the sea breeze along with your drinks. A fine selection of pubs and clubs complete the nightlife offer, and will keep you drinking and dancing until dawn should that be your plan. Salou’s history as a fishing port, the fertile local area and the surrounding vineyards mean it is a great place to sample the local produce, including seafood specialties and wine, without breaking the bank. Look out for daily specials in the local restaurants.