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Very good overall, quiet relaxing holiday but only ten minute walk to main shops and beaches. There with 3 children age 13 and 6 and they enjoyed their time in the pools which weren't crowded. Spacious clean apartment. Thumbs up!
Close to beach, bus stops round corner. We had booked a room with two double beds because that's all we could book, we got two single beds!!! We are a couple so why would we want single beds
booked a 4star hotel, but arrived to find 3star. would assume been recently downgraded. don't let this put you off.staff friendly, good facilities, great food quality and selection. hotel looking a little dated, but clean and tidy.brilliant value for money with lots of parking outside. not the easiest ...
Golf hotels in Salou are extremely popular. With mild winters where the average temperature is over ten degrees and long hot summers cooled by a sea breeze, Salou welcomes golfers year round who want to combine time on the golf course with time at the beach or in the bar. Find a golf hotel in Salou’s cultural centre, close to the beach or near to the PortAventura Theme Park and all the attractions of the city and the first tee of your holiday are a short distance away.
Golfing in and near Salou draws guests from around the world with its fantastic combination of climate and high-quality courses. Try out Catalonia’s first golf club, the Costa Daurada, or make a bee line for the ever-popular Lumine near PortAventura, which has three courses to choose from, or take in what some believe to be the best course in Spain, Panoramica an hour’s drive along the coast. All the courses are set in the spectacular landscape with fantastic views of the sea or the surrounding countryside. Green fees are reasonable, and you, like many before you, will be impressed by the quality and choice of golfing challenges on offer.
After a long day on the course, Salou is one big 19th hole, with numerous restaurants and bars to grab a drink or a bite to eat. Don’t miss the beach bars, where you can kick back with a beer on a terrace overlooking the sea. In the area around the marina, you can find some more upmarket bars and fine-dining establishments, and for a bit of culture on your trip, visit the Torre Vella for art exhibitions or explore the natural history of the region along the Coastal Trail to the Salou Lighthouse.
From budget one-star to opulent four-star hotels, Salou’s visiting golfers have a comprehensive collection of places to stay near the golf courses. And if you don’t fancy bringing your clubs with you, most of the courses in Salou offer club and buggy hire alongside driving ranges and putting greens to perfect your skills.