The hotel was on beach front, and connected to a great sports bar. That was fun for us, since we were there for the World Cup finals. The staff was great. The cleaning was great. The beach view was great. The doors were a little thin, and you could hear slamming and people walking around...but we were exhausted after each day and it was not an issue for us at all.
Located in Penedes Wine Region, this beachfront hotel is in the city center and within a 10-minute walk of Romantic Museum …More
A 7 night stay was perfect at this small hotel with a boutique atmosphere and the colour white predominating in the entire building.
Splendid little garden to eat outside and the food is good and the staff great.
Bedrooms are small but bear in mind this is an old house renovated.
You may notice a slight smell of plumbing in the bathrooms but this seems to be the smell when you go to other hotels!
There is a small swimming pool but when we went in October, the sun was low on the horizon and thus the pool are did not get the full glare and heat of the sun.
Easy 10minute stroll to the beaches.
Would certainly go back.
This hotel is for quiet people, no radio or noise and just a gentle way of having a good holiday.
harry from edinburgh
Located in Penedes Wine Region, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Romantic Museum, Cau Ferrat Museum, and Maricel …More
We went to sleep at night listening to the roar of the surf and awoke to the same lovely noise each morning. We stayed for ten days and loved both Sitges and this hotel. Beautiful old town, great hotel. We paid extra for a sea view and I'm glad we did as few rooms have that because of the shape of the building.
Quiet pool area that we used when we had to work on our computers or didn't want to get sandy on the beach. Room, bed, design all excellent, although the shower screen seemed to be about six inches too short. Big beach towels available as required from the front desk.
The restaurant was OK for breakfast but the town is full of excellent restaurants so we only ate there once, when we were well satisfied with our very tasty deconstructed hamburgers.
David from London
Across the street from San Sebastian Beach, Hotel San Sebastian Playa is 300 meters from Cau Ferrat Museum, Palau Maricel …More
This is well-located hotel across from the Port Sitges Marina. We had a sitting room and bedroom, and I think this is standard for the facility. The rooms were clean and the bed was comfortable. There are beaches on each side of the port, and the one immediately next to the hotel is nudist friendly, which may bother some, but there is another option. It is about a 15 minute walk along the water to the charming seaside town of Sitges.
One of the real pluses of the hotel is the proximity to a row of restaurants and a delightful bar that overlook the marina. Food was excellent, and it was quite pleasurable eating well in that setting.
I was a little surprised how few people were in the general area considering it being early July, which may reflect the economy. This was plus for restaurant seating, but it probably contributed to limited front desk personnel for getting information in English, but that was not real concern.
Arnie from Potomac, MD
Located in Penedes Wine Region, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Aiguadolc Port, Sitges Beach, and Cau Ferrat Museum …More
Barcelona’s weekend seaside retreat, trendy Sitges was originally colonised by artists and intellectuals and is now a very popular gay destination. It may be the Costa Dorada’s most sophisticated resort but it has maintained its local identity and the Old Town has considerable charm. Sitges also boasts lovely sandy beaches, very good restaurants, a vibrant nightlife and chic boutiques. Visit in February for the riotous Sitges Carnival.