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All reviews basic kitchen harbour view main town minute walk safe location large living area separate bathroom every other day balmins beach washing up liquid premium room huge pool breakfast was included up to date dining table choice of restaurants changed everyday
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Reviewed 5 July 2016

Nice and roomy apartment, with a separate bedroom, nice if you like a lie in and your partner likes to be up and about. The maids visited everyday. We even asked for a toilet brush and a brand new one appeared. A toaster/microwave would have been nice. The pool is a basic Olympic type pool, great if you like swimming up and down but I would not say it was child friendly as there is no shallow end and not enough beds (to be fair we always got a bed). The beach is only 500yds away though and it is very child friendly, it takes an age to get above your knees and there are no hidden drops

Room tip: Get a room overlooking the harbour, it is really relaxing sitting on the balcony with a beer watching the world go by
Date of stay: July 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank youngygaz
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Reviewed 19 June 2016 via mobile

Very clean, superb position, short walk from town centre, quiet outside so you can sleep with windows open and enjoy cool sea breezes

Breakfast is good rather than superb - limited choice of fruit and hot dishes

Pool use restrictions mean you cannot swim before 10am, which is a big disappointment if you are into fitness and want to use the large pool

Date of stay: June 2016
Trip type: Travelled solo
Thank David H
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Reviewed 18 May 2016

As the reviews go, the décor here isn’t the most up to date or what you’d traditionally expect from a four star hotel. To me this didn’t really matter as the view we got overlooking the pool and ocean was more than enough. The rooms have kitchenettes with a fridge, hot plates and the bare necessities when it comes to cooking equipment. Bathtub and bide in the bathrooms and safe in the wardrobes. More than enough dancing space for two and balconies that shields you from the wind (which was necessary when we were there, but maybe not later in the season). The breakfast had, again, the bare necessities. Not a great selection, but something for everyone. There’s a mini-market at the end of the port (5 min away) and a larger Carrefour about 15 min away to fill the fridge up if you’d rather make your own.

There’s free WiFi in the hotel area, an indoor Jacuzzi you can sign up for a half hour at a time, the staff is very friendly and we got great help when we wanted to rent a car.

You have the selection of the port restaurants right outside your door on the one side, and the beaches and the city on the other. If you don’t mind the 15 min walk along the Mediterranean towards the church and the city then this is prime. I would recommend a room towards the pool as the other side is facing a bit of the night life so it could get noisy during weekends and busy seasons.

Room tip: Get a room towards the pool as the other side is facing a bit of the night life so it could get noisy during weekends and busy seasons.
Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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1  Thank Mina S
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Reviewed 9 May 2016

Very nice Hotel in a nice spot .Great Restaurants along the port but expensive,The Breakfast was fine and a good choice of fruits meats and cheeses.Quite a walk back to Stiges main town but would stay again

Room tip: Ask for a room with a table or chair no where to put your clothes
Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank ken s
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Reviewed 28 April 2016

Judging by the broad spread of previous reviews, never has “Your Mileage Varies” seemed more valid than in discussion of the Port Sitges Resort. I can only say our “mileage” over a week in April was good to excellent. Location might be a deal-breaker for some, but with just a few simple improvements made, this well-run and friendly place would tick all our Sitges boxes.

The first thing to say is the hotel is outside the town proper, beyond the clothing-optional Platja dels Balmins beach, and fronting the attractive Aiguadolç Marina, which has several quite reasonable restaurants in addition to the neighbouring Atzavara Port Lounge Restaurant (this gets rather good TA reviews, though it was closed on the one day we planned to eat locally).

It is a leisurely fifteen-minute walk past Balmins and Platja de Sant Sebastià (with another row of beachfront restaurants) and the church to get into the centre of the old town. The several beaches of Sitges then spread west from there. If you want to be in the middle of everything, this is naturally a consideration: if you want more peace and quiet (especially in high season, when it can apparently get quite boisterous in town), then the more removed location could be a plus. Besides, the views from Aiguadolç are great. Parking is apparently a bit pricey in the Marina area, but since we didn’t have a car - Barcelona city and airport are very easily accessible by bus and train - it was not high on our list of concerns.

Rooms are sparely furnished, and most have balconies facing the marina or the sea. My preference would be for the rooms at the western end of the premises, overlooking the pool, as they are less likely to have cars going back and forth and they get uninterrupted sun until late afternoon/early evening. We had a first-floor one-bedroomed apartment with balcony, and aside from perversely not having any kind of electric water boiler in the kitchen - meaning tea had to be made using a saucepan on the stove, which isn’t really very clever - it all worked quite adequately.

A good, well-lit bathroom with decent shower pressure; plenty of cupboard and closet space; a flat-screen TV with more channels than you can shake a stick at, in a commendable number of different languages. Perfectly decent free Wi-Fi. Some noise from other rooms, but nothing too dramatic (maybe our neighbours were just dull types). Cleaning was smooth and efficient and “invisible”: not until our penultimate day - a Saturday - did we come back after breakfast to find the room still not made up.

The pool was large (25 metres), rather fresh (read: unheated), and had chairs around it and an adjacent jacuzzi and sauna that could be booked without charge. It was a pleasant spot in the sunshine, though the mid-April weather is hardly stiflingly hot in Sitges.

Breakfasts were OK, although they could be made a lot more attractive with a few minor tweaks, such as adding some simple greenery - tomatoes, cucumber, grated carrots, etc. - to the ham and cheese offered with toast, croissants, and the like. Self-service scrambled eggs, bacon, and sausages were available, along with fruit and yoghurts and cereals. Good orange juice and quite adequate coffee, even though it was from a machine. Seating outside, too. Very friendly breakfast staff.

Reception staff were all extremely pleasant and accommodating, giving us a chance to change rooms and arranging late check-out and storage of our bags, as well as providing useful information on transport links. The general atmosphere in the hotel was bright and positive.

I’d have no qualms whatsoever about staying here again, but would urge the management to think for a moment: if you are planning to offer apartment-style accommodation with kitchenettes, plates and glasses, and cutlery, it might be wise to have a simple and efficient way of heating water for the most primitive of beverages, like tea or coffee. Electric kettles do not cost the earth. The breakfast thing, too, is hardly a huge investment, but would greatly improve the overall image. Basically, all the hard stuff has been done: getting smart, motivated staff into key areas and generally running a smooth, friendly operation. These suggestions are minor cosmetic touches to make a good package even better.

Recommended as a value-for-money choice.

Room tip: Rooms overlooking the pool are quieter and get more sun.
Date of stay: April 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Otyikondo
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