This old-town hotel puts two sandy beaches and a world-class theme park within easy reach.
Set in Salou’s old town, the Eurosalou is about a 10-minute walk from Llevant and Ponent beaches. It’s also just a 10-minute bus ride from PortAventura theme park, one of the biggest in Europe.
At the hotel you’ll find indoor and outdoor pools as well as a luxurious spa. And at night, guests can watch everything from flamenco to live music on the outdoor stage.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
Based On 984 reviews
Full Board meals. Snacks 11.00-19.00. Ice-cream 11.00-19.00. Picnics - reserve by 19.30 the day before
Unlimited local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 11.00-23.00. Mineral water, juices, soft drinks, local wine, local beer and sangria with meals.
All are included except where indicated.
A variety of shows and live performances for all the family to enjoy including an organist.
This is a family pool with a kids' section. Parasols, sunbeds and a shower area are provided. Please note, this pool closes at an earlier time of 6pm in the spring months.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner with themed evenings throughout the week.
These twin rooms come complete with air-conditioning, satellite TV and a balcony.
Simply styled in gentle tones, these family rooms include a terrace for some space outside. You'll als get air-conditioning, a double bedroom with an extra sofa-bed, plus a foldaway bed.
Decent / average package holiday hotel. Rooms were always cleaned, although sheets were changed maybe once. Great air conditioning in room and also sky sports on the tv. Pool area was nice, managed to get a sunbed each time we wished. Tried out the spa which looked a little better in the pictures, but was nice and quiet. Wifi was free in the lobby area, but pretty slow. Paid for the â¬4 wifi a couple of times which was a bit better and could be used in room and on a couple of devices. Food was okay (very fussy eater) but at times had ribs, duck, steak, hamburgers. 5 minutes walk straight down the street (if even) takes you directly to the train station where you can goto Cambrills / Barcelona etc. (Barca ticket 8.50 one way). Use the mobile app for a more accurate time table, the website only gives a few peak time trains. 10 minute walk to the beach and the beautiful Salou waterfront. Many shops across the street as you would expect for food, snacks, drinks etc.More
We stayed at the hotel for 10 days. The location is good: the bus stop and railway station are in 1-2 minutes by walk, so it's convenient for short trips to Barcelona, Tarragona, Port Aventura. The sandy beach is about 10 minutes by walk via nice streets with small shops, cafes and restaurants. The accommodation facilities are far from 3-stars hotel: double room is too small and hasn't all nessasary for comfortable stay: there aren't fridge, hangers in the bathroom, the wardrobe has just one door so it give's rather strange look. In our room we even haven't the toilet paper hanger and shelf for towels. I asked the reception manager to solve this problem but haven't got any positive result. The bed linen was with holes and hasn't been changed for the whole period of out stay. The towels was grey and poor washed. They declare that they have free and paid WIFI in the hotel. Forget about this: neither free or paid doesn't work. I tried to join to the paid WIFI twice and twice I returned to reception to get my money back for this service, as it doesn't work. As for free WIFI it works just in few places near reception and if you are lucky you can join it. The pool is small but many people stay near it. It is not our case as we prefer to stay on the beach. The only positive point in the hotel is the restaurant and food they offer. It's really good and varied. I could advise the hotel to those who doesn't care about comfort but prefer to save money for food during vacation. More
The Hotel didn't meet our expectations, the rooms weren't really cleaned well and the cleaners looked as if they were doing they're job as a punishment. We also had an incident were 100 euro was stolen from our Hotel room, I reported this incident to reception and the hotel manager, who stated that she trusts her workers and gave me a website were I can report this incident.The Hotel has three stars but I feel like it doesn't deserve the three stars, I've been in other three star Hotels were their room cleaners were more welcoming. In the end I recommend that if you do come to this Hotel get a safe even if they don't offer to give it to you or carry your money with you.More
Just got back from a weeks all inclusive with my partner and child. We had a great time and can't speak highly enough of the hotel and staff. Please don't be put off by some of the negative comments. To cover the points mentioned on the poorer reviews - Yes a queue for the sun beds does happen, but this is to be expected of any hotel where the pool area only opens at 10am (once breakfast closes). Simply put this is for the guests who want the best spots around the pool area. The pool area itself is of a decent size, but at peak times it does become crowded. Entertainment throughout the day is family friendly fun. The entertainment staff work hard and always have a smile on their faces. The snack bar at pool side is open from 11am until close. No idea where the comments about the snack bar not being open long enough are coming from? Unlike some hotels this doesn't close when the restaurant opens. Basic snacks - toasties, burgers, hot dogs, and chips. Not Gordon Ramsey standard but does the job! There are bathroom facilities at the side of the pool near to where the extra sun loungers are. Again I have no idea where the comments around there being a need to walk inside and down the stairs are coming from :) Food in the hotel itself is of a good standard. The food is fresh with a good mix to choose from. There are also some decent restraunts nearby to choose from if you would like a change of scenery. The centre is around a ten minute walk away (with a 9 year old in tow). The train station is also ten minutes away and Barcelona is easily accessible from there along with other neighbouring towns. The staff are friendly and are receptive to guests being friendly with them. I felt some of the guests were rude to the staff on occasions, after one to many drinks which is a shame as the staff work extremely hard. Wifi is available for free in reception and the bar area. For a â¬4 supplement per day this can be made available in rooms and the pool area as well. We did have an issue with the air conditioning unit in the room, but this was fixed within 30 minutes. Very impressive. The Welcome meeting at the hotel wasn't the best ever - Admittedly it was the Thomson rep's first season, but she was visibly nervous, focused on sales, and seemed more interested in her iPad than the guests. No real content around what Salou and the hotel has to offer so probably best using the knowledgeable reception staff for any top tips of getting the best from your stay. If you are looking for Salous version of the four seasons, you are looking in the wrong place. If you are looking for a fun, friendly, value for money hotel this is for you. If you have any questions around the hotel please do not hesitate to get in touch.More
Craig T, 187053
We had a great time at Eurosalou food good staff always helpful room wasnt that big for a family of 4 so we booked for next year but got family room this time close to beach and shops didnt want to come home , going back next year loved it ...More
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally