Eurosalou Hotel & Spa

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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Based On 834 reviews

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  • 1Building
  • 7Floors
  • 288Rooms
  • 3Lifts

All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Full Board meals. Snacks 11.00-19.00. Ice-cream 11.00-19.00. Picnics - reserve by 19.30 the day before

Drink

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.

Outdoor pool

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.

Buffet Restaurant

For breakfast, lunch and dinner with themed evenings throughout the week.

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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.

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.

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Good food,good service,prime location

We had a family trip here (it's part of thee port aventura complex) excellent location as its a mere 15 minutes walk more or less from the center of Salou, with it being all inclusive you aren't going to get a fine dining experience (do not bother with the ala carte resturant it's not that good to be honest) the food is of decent quality and theres always a fresh selection it's never reheated (well in my 10 days there it never was) it's the same old burgers, pizza (which was brilliant) chips,pasta etc during the day, breakfast was a wide ranging buffet of typical full english (the bacon was a bit of a let down) continental and pancakes and the sweetest chocolate sauce ever and not having a sweet tooth it was a bit too sweet for me, at night they they have a theme night (med,italian,chinese etc) again never had a bad meal....the evening entertainment wasn't the best (but credit where it's due the two ladies that do the children s entertainment are brilliant and get every one involved) so it's very much worth the stay with the theme park being next to it you will never get boredMore

Mrpud2u, 186364

Quite good

I went to eurosalou the 1-7th of September and let's say it wasnt that bad. Firstly the good things. The area is absolutely brilliant. There's loads of bars, shops and other things to keep you occupied for as many nights as you want to stay there for. The mini fountain is very interesting. Also, the water park near to salou (aquapolis) is good to spend a day or two at. Portadventura is a extraordinary place to go. Okay back to the hotel, the rooms were nice and the cleaners did a good job of cleaning my room even though they robbed my smints! Most of the workers were brilliant, especially the Ukrainian woman. The food was good too, a good variety. The kebab meat was the best. Now the bad things. The lifeguard tried not letting my disabled brother in the disabled toilet because he weren't in a wheelchair . Problem. There is no ramp down to the pool so you can't actually get a wheelchair down there so yeah. Also, there is no toilets on the main floor which means we were always ending up in our rooms. Plus, the lifts were tiny which meant we could hardly fit my brothers wheelchair in.More

Owain71, 187061

Nice Holiday

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

janey1818,

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 €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 €7 to use the spa and an extra €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

DaniTravels93,

Not Bad

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, 186435

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