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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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.
twin room with balcony
These twin rooms come complete with air-conditioning, satellite TV and a balcony.
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You have to rent a fridge and kettle which are essentials and needed then the aircon middle slot was not working and we asked for it to be fixed and was told it was fine and it was not but he had bad English so he did not understand what we were saying. More
After reading some of the reviews I wasn't sure what to expect but overall we had an amazing stay. The room was basic but nice and clean although the one thing I would criticize was a lack of storage space in the room. The best thing about the hotel was the entertainment, which was on from 11-1, 3-5 and 9-11. Sometimes you couldn't find a seat for the entertainment at night so a room overlooking the pool would have been nice to see it from your room. The buffet was good but by the end of our two weeks we were getting a bit fed up of similar food all of the time so we ate out a couple of times. Hotel staff were really nice and happy to help in anyway they could. Hotel's location was really good, just a 5-10 minute walk to the beach and a 30 minute walk to portaventura. The hotel did offer free wifi in the bar area which sometimes was rather poor but you could pay to get wifi in your room and at the pool.More
Wonderful staff, great hotel, would recommend, lots to do in Salou itself when you venture out of the hotel. Great location, good for couples, families and the older generation. Nothing was too much trouble for the staff.More
Very poor , 2 star would be very generous
14days holiday Aug/Sept 2016. Food COLD ( pork, chicken steak, vegetables and chips) all COLD, rooms very small, no drawers to put clothes in , only wardrobe with one door. Balcony plastic chairs and stool ( table) filthy. Pool has green moss around edge, bar area needs fumigating was bitten 17 times in this area, spiders webs on windows still there when we left ( clean defiantly not ) no toilets in reception area only 1 communal toilet by pool area ( stinks ) down to spa for toilets. Entertainment for children was good, professional entertainment was very poor. NOT a 3 star hotel, would never recommend this hotel or stay here again, Advise stay somewhere else as Salou beach is lovelyMore
Exactly As Expected
If you read all the reviews then discard the very best and the very worst then youâll get an accurate picture of what this hotel is like. Essentially itâs a basic 3 star which fulfils all the requirements without any fancy bells and whistles. Everything you need for a 3 star-type of holiday is here. The rooms are not as small as some reviewers say they are but neither are they all that big. Thereâs not that much luggage space to store your cases which will need to be left out on the floor. The only channel on the TV in English is CNN just for information. The rooms are clean as are the bathrooms so thereâs no problems there. Safes, fridges etc are all extra and will need to be paid for if you need them in your room. When we were there the hotel was very busy with the beginning of September still being high season. The wifi in the lobby is free but with so many people connecting I had lots of problems trying to login myself because of high usage. The lobby is often full of people all on their mobile phones and devices especially in the morning and evening times. There is a paid for wifi option at, I believe 21 Euros per week. This is available in the rooms. I did not try it myself. The food in the restaurant reflects the 3 star status of this hotel. Thereâs nothing over fancy but what there was on offer was generally well cooked and of a reasonable quality. House white wine and a litre of still water comes in nicely under 10 Euros. I especially liked the range of fresh fruit for desert â very refreshing. The sunbathing area in this hotel is woefully small and many reviews mention the queue and âbunfightâ to get a place when the pool opens at 10.00am. Their bathing area is not especially sunny anyway so you might prefer to go to the beach as we did instead. Two sunbeds and one parasol will set you back 17 Euros per day on the beach but you can always just find your own spot and put your own towels down for free as we often did. The hotel is superbly located for the railway station which is just a few minutes walk down the road so people wanting to go to Barcelona by train will find this superb. The beach itself is just a few minuteâs walk further along across the railway line itself. The bus stops for Tarragona or Cambrils are not that far away either. If you go to Tarragona on the bus then you will have to buy your ticket back to Salou upstairs in Tarragona bus station before getting on the bus for the return journey. At this terminus tickets are not sold on this bus itself. Going out to Tarragona of course you do buy your ticket on the bus. If you come to the Hotel Eurosalou without great expectations then it will fulfil your requirements for a decent 3 star type of holiday. Donât expect much in the way of fancy touches because you wonât find them here. You do get what you pay for! Oh, and checkout is at an early 10.00am too but they do have a luggage room under lock and key.More
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