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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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.
My whole family stayed here for a week in july, 17 people total but 5 little families. My little family has 2 adults and 4 children. We were given a lovely family room with plenty of space for us all. However my 2 smallest children are still in pushchairs and the family rooms are on the 7th floor, not a problem since there is a lift in terms hotel...except the lift stops at 6th floor and we had to climb a flight of stairs to 7th floor. It was good exercise carrying 2 pushchairs up and down these stairs at least 3 times a day. ð Our room had a bedroom with double bed in and a living area with sofa bed and plenty of room for the 2 travel cots we needed. Both rooms had a lockable door leading to the terrace so we could stop the kids getting out there, although it was perfectly safe to let them out there. The buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner was lovely, always lots to choose from. A member of our party had a birthday while we were there and they even provided a cake with candles for us. They were very accommodating when trying to seat all 17 of us together. The bar is open all day with lovely staff members always happy to help, even providing milk for my babies. The evening entertainment was always fun, my older children joined in the kids disco every night. They only took part in the mini club once so can't really comment on that, only that they say they had fun. The hotel is just a 15-20 minute walk from the beach (maybe quicker if you don't have children trailing with you) We would definitely stay here again, maybe just waiting till we have no pushchairs to carry upstairs. More
After reading some of the reviews on hear I didn't no what to expect but this hotel was wonderful the staff was all friendly and helpful, I was shocked to find that you had to pay even for coffee or tea between 10am and 11am as I was all inclusive this was a big let down that needs to be corrected by the hotel, the food was good every night there was fresh meat being cooked at end of restaurant, pool was a little small but all in all a nice hotel.More
First time in Salou, would definitely go back. Would I stay in this hotel??.... The positives: food was amazing...I mean really amazing, excellent choices, staff very friendly and helpful. Rooms where clean, showers are very powerful. Storage is very limited, ok for a couple but a family we found we had to keep clothes in the suitcase. The location of the hotel is excellent, walking distance into Salou, great shops expensive and tourist. Beaches are clean, lots of little parks for children to enjoy along the beach. Overall yes I would stay in Eurosalou again. However, when we were there is was like being in some soap opera, certain class of people making the most of all inclusive (especially the alcohol) which I feel the management staff need to look into. If you have booked to go, then enjoy. Your have a great time.More
Me and my family have just returned from this hotel and it was honestly the best holiday I've ever had! Rooms were always clean with fresh towels and with air conditioning, everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves and there was a huge choice of food, ranging from food I've never tried before to beans and chips always available for the kids. The entertainment team were fantastic, they could speak many languages to communicate with as many guests as possible and kept my 5 year old sister occupied with activities like colouring in the day and a "minidisco" which included party dances and games in the night (which also included the parents in the choo choo train song). The staff were extremely friendly and polite and worked very hard to make sure that guests were happy, which is why I don't understand why some people are saying they were slow as they were working long hours tirelessly to keep up the hotel's good reputation. The pool was a lovely size and was sheltered with a stone wall that made the pool cooler and more refreshing and the pool snack bar offered burgers and drinks for people at the poolside. Maybe it was a bit out of Salou town but it wasn't a massive issue as it was only a 10 minute walk away and taxis were regularly driving past the hotel. Overall I was incredibly happy with my stay and was gutted to be going home after my fabulous week. I would definitely stay here again but for longer! Great hotel.More
We arrived and were told that our room was ready, only to find that it hadn't been cleaned since the previous guests. The pool water was absolutely freezing and lots of people had trouble bringing themselves to get in. If you didn't jump in there was no way you were walking into that water. Sun loungers were a real issue with about 30 being reserved with towels every day from early morning and no one there. I went to the pool at 9.30 and this was too late to get a sun bed. The food was horrible. We never went to breakfast. All I could bring myself to eat at lunch was the bread rolls and bananas. The food looked horrible and was bland to taste. We were all inclusive and ate out every night and even a couple of lunch times. The restaurant staff were also quite rude. The all inclusive drinks were good but the bar could be slow. You have to show your key card every time you go to the bar which slowed everything down as the bar staff had to ring your order into the till and then swipe your card even though we didn't have to pay. Crisps and ice-creams weren't included in the all inclusive and only one cocktail was - sex on the beach. You had to pay for mojitos, daiquiris etc. We never stayed around for the entertainment at night so can't comment. The location is a ten minute walk to the big fountain down at the sea front. But it is about 15/20 minute walk to the bars and restaurants. Overall I wasn't impressed with the choice of restaurants and food in Salou and only found good food in the Irish Bars. Over all the hotel was disappointing. But Salou is a lovely place and you can make a good holiday out of it regardless.More
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