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Lovely apartments. The pools aren't that big amd they only have about 14 sun deck chairs and it is first come first. If you don't get a sun deck chair you may as well make your way to a beach because the pools are 2 pools they have on the complex are surrounded by grass, so you either lay your towel ...
Stayed there coz I visited the theme parks convenient location
Hotel was really lovely & food was amazing. Staff were great & rooms cleaned daily. Beds abit hard for my liking but otherwise great girl. Highly recommend!
Being next to the parks was very convenient for the whole family enabling us enjoying the parks and spend the full days without any worries about transportation
Great hotel & location. Restaurant service needs improvement
This is a great hotel if you are planning to spend most of your time at the park as we did. We stayed half board, and there was a good selection for the buffets. Pools were good too. I loved Portaventua theme park, but would be reluctant to return due to the queues for the rides. The queue times ...
The staff are accommodating and helpful i expect the furniture and the bed to look like the way it on the website but it nothing like that, they old and doesn't look welcoming. No welcome pack to get you started a bottle of water, shower gel and shampoo
With golden sands, warm waters, beautiful countryside and plenty to occupy your days, it is no wonder that Salou has become one of Spain’s most popular coastal destinations. A wide selection of four-star hotels, apartments and resorts in Salou await travellers looking for that little bit of luxury. Allow yourself to be spoiled and pampered all within walking distance of the beaches and the palm-lined promenade of Paseo Jaume I. Beyond the attractions of the seafront and the surrounding landscape, Salou is home to a number of historic monuments. Culture lovers should certainly check out the 16th-century Torre Vella (Old Tower). Built as a defensive structure against pirate attacks, the tower is now used as an art centre with regular painting exhibitions.
Shoppers should head either to the area around the marina, where you will find a number of upmarket boutiques, or the old town of Ponent, around the Carrer Barcelona, where you can browse a number of high-end shops as well as a weekly market selling local produce and regional delicacies. You’ll find some of the best restaurants in Salou in the area around the marina as well as in the villas along the seafront. Make sure you try the local seafood specialities as well as sampling the wine from the nearby vineyards, which hold a number of designations of origin and are widely regarded as some of the best in Spain. Don’t forget to make time for a stroll along Jaume I, checking out some of the boutiques along the way before grabbing a drink at one of the beach bars as the sun goes down.
To get your stay off to the best and most relaxing start, search for your perfect four-star hotel in Salou. This will give you the perfect base to explore the attractions of the city and the coastline and help you understand what it is that makes Salou such a magnet for travellers from around the world.