This 4 Star Mediterranean Hotel in Salou is located next to the central Plaza de Europa, near the seafront promenade. Salou is well-known due to its beaches and its huge offer of leisure and sports activities. Playa de Llevant is an accessible beach that is just 10 minutes walk away from the hotel. In addition, this 4 star Mediterranean hotel in Salou, Port Aventura and Ferrari Land theme parks are just 300m away. The hotel is just 1km away from Salou Train Station and the Reus Airport is 10 minutes drive away.
The hotel has a modern design with vintage details and mediterranean style. Every morning is served a breakfast buffet and you can also enjoy the Mediterranean cuisine at the two restaurants. There is an outdoor swimming pool with a hoist and a plunge pool on the terrace (only for adults) with a cocktail bar. There is also a wellness centre with new facilities such an outdoor gym, a sauna, a massage room and a relaxation room. Moreover, every days and nights there’s a full program of activities for adults. Also for children there are different clubs to enjoy many activities. Apart from this, there’s a public parking 500m away from the hotel.
All rooms are refurbished and fully equipped, with a furnished terrace or balcony, a flat-screen TV with international channels and a mini-fridge. The hotel provides accessible bedrooms with an adapted bathroom equipped with all the amenities.
What our guest most like about this hotel are the excellent services it offers and the kindness of the personnel. It is also perfect to travel with kids because of the variety of activities they have. They also love its location, perfect to enjoy the Mediterranean accessible beaches and to take pleasant walks along the promenade.
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