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Good location! 10 minute stroll to the beach and sea front restaurants! Very secure all round! Only downside walls are a little thin can be nosy! Apart from that absolutely perfect! Also portaventura entrance not really walkable! Would recommend car or public transport!
Our family of 4 adults were a little cramped in this small room was tight as the boys had to sleep on sofa bed which took over the whole living area then there no more room so it would be perfect for 2 maybe 3 adults But location was great a block away from beach , shops and restaurants Parking is ...
The beach and the weather might be the main attraction of Salou, but with over 2000 years of history and a wealth of activities on offer, the Spanish coastal city certainly has something for everyone. There are numerous sporting, shopping and entertainment options, as well as historic monuments to explore, and a wonderful coastline dotted with Salou’s many beaches and coves to walk. Whatever your reason for travelling, with an extensive range of three-star hotels, apartments, aparthotels and resorts, there is plenty of choice when it comes to finding the perfect place to stay in Salou.
Families love Salou, and for good reason. The city’s beaches provide a range of watersports options to tire the kids out and many hotels and resorts offer kids clubs to keep them occupied and help them make friends. Don’t miss the tourist train, which will take you past all the historic sites as well as the best of the city’s beaches. The train has four different lines, which means the whole city (including PortAventura) is completely covered. One of the main attractions in Salou is the PortAventura Theme Park, and its collection of rides, themed areas, water park and daily shows and performances makes it one of the most popular in Europe with over four million visitors a year.
For couples, the attraction of Salou lies in its many romantic restaurants, its seaside strolls and its fabulous sunsets, which can be seen from the Pilons lookout point at the end of Llevant Beach. If you are in the mood for some shopping, head to the Jaume I promenade for fashion boutiques or the Ponent neighbourhood, where you will find an open-air market every Monday.
Salou is a great place for strolling and just soaking up the weather and the atmosphere. For a wide choice of places to stay, search through the three-star hotels in Salou to find your perfect home from home during your time in the city. Planning and booking early will help guarantee you get the best possible price.