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 11.00-18.00. 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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Decent hotel for price paid
This hotel is quite good though definitely a three star. Food is good with lotS to choose from. Location is about 15 minutes from the sea at Salou. The pool area is very small and cramped and the main pool is very cold because it's in shade most of the day by an apartment block next door and a wall. The all inclusive pool bar is very poorly managed by the eurosalou staff and the food only consists of burger and chips and toasties. Entertainment is ok for kids and my daughter enjoyed meeting palmy. It's a very noisy hotel and the rooms are cramped. Don't expect much sleep However I am planning on returning for a week in June 2018 but needs refurbishing More
The hotel is great food was fine always something to eat large selection pool small but clean close to beaches and shops staff very friendly lively place to visit would go back again Salou itself is lovely flat ground so ideal if you have trouble walkingMore
Absolutely brilliant holiday. All the staff were brilliant and the entertainment was really good too getting us all involved. Joanna and crew was awesome. Kids disco was a bit repetitive but my son enjoyed. Food was lovely and plenty to choose from. I would definitely go back.More
Not at all like the glam photos
Twin room was so small with the one bed up against the wall and curtains. Only one bedside table ( width of a small book) separating the beds . Cleanliness below average with thick dust underneath the beds. Beds not always made up and only a bottom sheet changed once during our week. Had to ask for a telephone , paid for fridge and safe . Linen and towels so thin and size of towels were like hand towels which were grey and tatty. Balcony very small with huge gap between balcony and floor , no view when sitting on the chair , little to manoeuvre as air conditioning machine took up room . Pool area small , all beds taken due to the queue of people waiting every morning for the poolside doors to open . Only one bar indoors which became so very busy both day and night especially at night Bar staff however were very polite and worked hard Entertainment very poor and thomson staff very unprofessional . No place to sit quietly with no comfy seating .... Wicker seats were so uncomfortable . Dining room was much too small for the number of guests . Breakfast time there were never ever any saucers so a much needed coffee was eventually taken to ones table and placed on the paper cloth and by the time you came back with your pirate of food your coffee has spilled over the cup due to people passing by the small spaces ..... Evening meals were very much like a bun fight trying to avoid being pushed and once you were at your table you wished you could turn the volume down as the sound level was awful ...... Clearly not a relaxing venue to enjoy a meal . The void however was adequate and presentation ok with the staff polite and doing their best to help find a table or clear a table for you . We didn't eat at the hotel lunch time as we spent every day at the beach rather than become agitated with what we observed around the poolside etc etc and having found breakfast and evening meals utter chaos . Most of the week a school party of British children ( at least 50) and their staff were present and at one time they took over the indoor lounge having a "lesson / quiz" so there was no where at all to sit and have refreshment The indoor spa/ swimming pool was small , unclean , and incurred extra cost . The only indoor toilets were downstairs from the lounge area and one had to pass the men's urinals ( door was always open) to reach the ladies - disgusting All in all a very disappointing hotel and nothing like the glam photos featured in the brochures Thankfully our holiday was ok as we ( my daughter and I ) enjoyed the beach , the fab weather and Salou itself as having holidayed in Salou before we knew the area .More
Quiet area of the town
The hotel is in a quiet part of town about 10 minutes walk from the beach and marina. the main shopping area is about 25minutes walk away but there are shops and cafes etc. nearby. We travelled as part of a group of 28, on arrival rooms were allocated quickly mostly on the first floor. Our room was to the back of the hotel and did not get the sun at any time of day. The room was small but clean and serviced every day with clean towels. There was no dressing table facilities, and only one plastic chair in the room, this caused problems when we were showering and changing to go out at night as the hairdryer was in the bathroom and this was the only area with decent lighting. There was nowhere to sit and relax to watch TV, it was quite high up and a false wall above the bed made it difficult to lean back even when we used blankets and pillows as a back rest. The restaurant was efficient, and the food was fine, with plenty of choice at all meals .The staff were kept busy and didn't have time to chat to guests. The standard of drinks in the AI bar was good.The biggest let down to the hotel was the entertainment. The sound system was either inadequate or badly used, mostly the music was too loud and the animation staff shouted which caused their voices to blur and become unclear. The worst part was being subjected to the children's entertainment from 9pm -10pm exactly the same every night and all for about 3 children, this left 1 hour before the bar closed for adults to relax. As we were a big group we coped with this by making our own entertainment even if we had difficulty hearing conversation due to the blaring speakers. This could be an excellent hotel with a bit of attention to the rooms and kids entertainment finished by 9pm instead of beginningMore
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