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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Subur Sitges
Right near the water, but small rooms and the hotel was on and off the whole time we were there.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Subur Sitges
I stayed there for 5 days and liked it! The room I had overlooked the beach. It's a great location and pretty quiet considering so close to main streets. Also had a friendly staff.
The room had a bad odor, was small and sparce by any standard. Not at all what we expected.
Location, location, location
The best thing about this hotel is the location - right on the beach and near all the nightlife and restaurants and shopping. The rooms are really nothing to write home about - adequate i guess being the best description. The best prices are available on the hotel's website - check that out before you book elsewhere. I found the reception staff very corteuos and helpful.
Nice holiday, room not as nice though!!!!
I stayed here again for 6 nights as i did the same time last year, unfortunately the room was pokey and unattractive... the patio doors hit the bed everytime it was opened..the T.V channels were ---- to say the least, remote control faulty.. Apart from to going to sleep at night, I had no desires to be in the room at any other time. Having said that, the breakfast was lovely, ideal location, nice staff and fresh clean towels everyday.
I'll be back!!
I thought the Hotel was easy to find,great location,friendly and clean.The buffet style breakfast was very good "eat as much as you like" The bar is probably one of the best in Sitges,again good food and friendly staff. On the minus side there was some noise from outside the Hotel at night,mind you some of that was the sound of the sea! This is not a luxury Hotel,but good honest good value. Ill be back
Not a good experience
This place was a bust. The location is great and the price is cheap but who cares if the beach is across the street when your room is so unpleasant? I guess you get what you pay for. It felt more like a youth hostel than a three-star hotel, thats for sure. The room was small and shabby and decorated in what appeared to be old dorm-room furniture. The bed was very uncomfortable, the clientele was quite noisy in the hallways throughout the night, and the front desk staff was barely attentive. The one positive was the breakfast in the restaurant that was included a plentiful buffet with a wide selection. Otherwise, we immediately looked for another hotel to stay at our second night and chose the wonderful Hotel Calipolis that is the place to book. It is more money, but so worth it!
Good location...but not a very nice hotel
It is true that this hotel is located right on the beach front and in a good part of town - but what they don't tell you is that they're located one very short block from the main gay club party strip in Sitges. I check in on a Friday for 3 nights and got to hear loud thumping and people screaming until the wee hours of the morning. Also the rooms are rather small and they have no charm at all, there's no AC, and they don't offer beach towels.
On the plus side, the staff was pretty friendly, there's a great buffet breakfast (included with stay) in the attached restaurant, and they have coin operated internet located in the lobby.
I would not recommend this hotel to a friend.
The worst hotel I ever stayed in...
Rooms are so small, you can't even unpack. They did not eplained about roomes with a view when I booked it. Not very friendly.
A Wonderful Relaxing Time
I stayed at the hotel subur for 5 nights in june 2003.you could not want a better location.30 seconds from the beach, (if that!) staff lovely, room cleaned and towels changed every day.a bar and popular restaurant. i would most def return there, without a shadow of a doubt.
have stayed there twice in the past two years. both in and out of "season." it is a wonderful, clean, comfortable place. rooms on the sea front can be noisy, but the view more than makes up for it. the value for your money is excellent. staff veryfriendly.
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We were in Sitges for 3 days prior to playing Barcelona, it was almost like a holiday, we were in a little beach front hotel, and we didn't have to do any shows while we stayed in this hotel. It was a fun few days, we were able to relax, have some sangria, and go into Barcelona on the train and explore. Our company's end of the tour party was held …
... here so we popped our heads in and met a lovely agent, Lara, who was very helpful. We told her what we wanted, she told us abit about the local market, and then we looked at a few properties on her screen and shortlisted three to see. She's going to line that up for us while we are here. We continued on through the Old Town and came across another agent. Pudd liked one of the properties in the window so in we went and repeated the process, this time with Michael. ...
... s a Grand sight to see, even at night. We hung out quite a while taking in the sights nd taking lots of pictures. JW suggested we head for La Sagrada Familiar Basilica, and took the metro there.... It also was a sight to see, especially at night, since they light it up with huge flood lights! Another, wonderful photo op! I planned on visiting that place as well.
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... br> Back at the apartment, we can hear revellers on the street. We keep the windows open, and there's a cool evening breeze wafting through the place, a fan keeping things circulating inside our rooms. Fireworks peak around midnight, but taper down after that and really run all through the night. This makes for some fitful babies and there's a lot of musical beds - Julia with me for a while, then up in the loft. Anna with Molly for a while, then Molly up to ...
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