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.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
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.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Evening entertainment programme
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.
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double room with balcony
These basic double rooms come with a balcony for some extra room outside. You'll also get air-conditioning and an extra bed.
family room with terrace
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.
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We have stayed here before and emailed them to get same rooms and gave us the two next door. Rooms always clean and staff polite and helpful. Staff in restaurant not so smiley but can not blame them when guest are rude and have no manners. Would stay here again.More
Nice break away
My partner and I stayed at the Eurosalou hotel for one week all inclusive during and this is my honest review of the hotel... On arrival the reception staff were very friendly and welcoming. They put on a meal for us as we had arrived late and missed dinner. ~ REMEMBER you will have to pay tourism tax on arrival, this is â¬7 per week. When I entered our room I was pleasantly surprised; it was modern, spacious and we had a nice balcony. I've seen lots of negative reviews on here regarding the size of the rooms but I didn't find this to be an issue (we had a double bed each!) The room was also very tidy and got cleaned every day without fail which I thought was great. The hotel itself is in a good location, it is surrounded by bars and shops and is within walking distance to the sandy beach and the main strip of Salou. I found the food at the hotel to be fantastic, there was always a wide variety of foods including fresh carved meat and a huge range of deserts. All the food was very tasty so compliments to the chefs. My only nag is that the drinks were not self service therefore you were waiting quite a while to be served a drink in the restaurant which I found quite unusual in an all inclusive. The grounds are all particularly pleasant apart from the public hotel toilets which smell pretty badly. The reception area is nice and comfortable with free wifi. The pool area is clean and tidy but is on the smaller side. We opted for the beach most days anyway so it didn't affect us. There is a pool bar which serves snacks such as chips, toasties, burgers and hotdogs however I found the service to be slow. The entertainment in the hotel could be improved massively. The bar can get busy on an evening however even when rushed off their feet, the bar staff were always polite and friendly. They are generous with the alcohol servings and the alcohol is the branded good stuff. I was slightly disappointed that the cocktails were not included in the all inclusive though. There is a spa in the hotel which includes the use of an indoor pool, jacuzzi, steam room and sauna, however you must pay â¬7 to use the spa and an extra â¬2 for a shower cap which I felt was a bit cheeky of them! Overall I enjoyed my holiday minus the bad weather and mosquito bites lol! Salou is a lovely place with lots to do and see. I would strongly recommend the Barcelona tour and a trip to Portadventura as it was brilliant!More
The hotel wasnt too bad rooms nice and clean staff were lovely food was great We were on the 7th floor in the family rooms which was great but there was only a shower and being a 'family room' id have preferred a bath Hotel entertainment wasnt very good or varied but anna the entertainer did the best she cou;d wiht what she had The hotel was good but the area its is in lets it downMore
Nicola D, North Wales, United Kingdom
Very helpful staff at eurosalou
Very friendly hotel with good food fo a 3 star. The rooms are quite small but clean. Nothing is too much trouble for the staff. Good location in Salou, ideal for watching the fountains. This is not an entertainment hotel, but we have been 5 times in 2 years so that is a good recommendation really.More
michael f, York, United Kingdom
Good hotel, shame about some of the guests
We booked this hotel at the last minute and to be fair we never normally go all inclusive as its too manic for us, so we knew what we were getting into. We have never been to this type of resort in Spain either, so we knew we were taking a chance. I think the hotel is really good value for money if you get it last minute for under 300 pounds like we did, but there is no way I would pay more than that. The hotel is extremely well run and organised. Every single member of staff was really pleasant and professional. The hotel is really clean everywhere and our room was cleaned to a high standard every day, with fresh towels etc. We are not fussy eaters, so we found the food ok. The bacon and sausage were not that great so I just ate cereal, fruit and cold cuts, which were really nice. There was a guy at the back cooking pancakes, eggs etc which were also really nice. Lunch time had great salads and also some other hot stuff like stew's and paella, so we didn't have a problem there either. Dinner was also nice, the guy at the back cooking small pieces of meat and fish that you could have potatoes and veg with. These portions were a bit small, but I just asked for two pieces. The only thing I tried which was awful was the bolognese sauce and the grated cheese to go on top wouldn't have melted even if you had a blow torch, but that was the only thing really. Desserts were mainly cakes or iced cream or fruit but these were nice also. Every drink we had was also a really good measure and well mixed. I am not keen on drinking out of a plastic glass, although I can see the point when you are outside, but I just asked for a proper glass outside and they just gave me one, no problem. We did keep taking them back for the staff after each drink, so maybe that helped, I don't know. We didn't have children with us so I cant comment on the childrens entertainment but I did see a bit of it and the kids seemed really happy. We didn't see any of the night time entertainment as that's not really for us and we just sat by the pool each night with our drinks, but people seemed to be enjoying themselves inside. When we first arrived we were given a room on the fourth floor overlooking the road at the front of the hotel. The road was a bit noisy, which I could have dealt with, but there is a bar opposite called Bar New York and some of the guests from our hotel were going over there when the all inclusive finished and making loads of noise until the early hours, which I wasn't going to put up with. They were also coming back into the hotel and making a noise and just generally making prats of themselves. The only way I can describe them is your typical "chavvy, brit's abroad". I asked to see the Manger and she was really understanding and moved us to a room on the fifth floor at the side of the hotel, which was really great and lovely and quiet. We went out quite a bit and the public transport is cheap and efficient. I didn't really like Salou, I found it a bit too concrete and ugly, apart from the beaches which were beautiful. It was a bit noisy and manic and I would hate to see it in peak season, it must be a nightmare. The hotel was the same, just manic and noisy. All in all, we had a good week because we got it cheap, we got out a lot and we were really lucky with the weather, it was lovely and sunny every day. Would we come back, no. But that's not the hotels fault or the resorts fault, its just not our cup of tea.More
stual2013, North Shields, United Kingdom
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