La Nina Hotel

Address: Paseo de la Ribera 65-68, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Paseo de la Ribera 65-68, Sitges, is near Museu Romantic ("Can Llopis"), Museu Maricel, Baqueira Beret, and Museu Cau Ferrat.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews La Nina Hotel Sitges

    Excellent Stay at La Nina

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    Stayed for 3 nights from 11th to 14th May. La Nina is an excellent hotel only open for last 3 years. Situated on the sea front you could not ask for anything more if all you want is to walk out of your room and on to the sand beach! Friendly service and value for money. Rooms are well appointed, clean and a nice size. We were on the fourth floor which is the same level as the swimming pool and roof terrace. You can only access the pool via a secure card door, which was constantly banging as people roamed in and out of the pool area. This we found annoying as we liked to sleep in after a heavy night! That was my only gripe!

    Superb restaurant just under the hotel and all the seafront eateries have great seafood. Night life is good even in May.

    Travelling from the Airport to Sitges is easy and only cost 3 Euro for the 30 minute train ride. You do have to change trains once but it's worth it as a taxi from Barcelona is about 60 Euro for the 20 minute ride. Overall great weekend break and will be going back!

    Un excellent séjour au La Nina

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    Nous avons dormi 3 nuits à cet hôtel du 11 au 14 mai. Le La Nina est un excellent hôtel qui n'est ouvert que depuis 3 ans. Il est face à la mer, impossible de rêver mieux si vous voulez être directement sur la plage en sortant de votre chambre ! L'accueil est sympa, c'est un bon hôtel pour le prix. Les chambres sont bien aménagées, propres et de belle taille. Nous étions au quatrième étage, c'est-à-dire au même étage que la piscine et la terrasse du toit. Pour accéder à la piscine, il faut passer par une porte fonctionnant avec une clé magnétique qui claquait tout le temps, car les gens n'arrêtaient pas d'entrer et sortir, ce que nous avons trouvé très énervant, car nous aimons bien faire la grasse matinée après une soirée bien chargée ! matinée après une soirée bien chargée !

    Ils ont un restaurant super juste sous l'hôtel et tous les petits restaurants du front de mer font de bonnes spécialités de fruits de mer. La vie nocturne est intense, même au mois de mai. Le trajet de l'aéroport à Sitges est rapide et ne coûte que 3 € pour une demi-heure de train. et de l'aéroport à Sitges est rapide et ne coûte que 3 € pour une demi-heure de train. C'est vrai qu'il faut changer une fois, mais cela en vaut la peine, car pour venir en taxi de Barcelone, cela coûte 60 € pour 20 mn de trajet. Bref, un excellent break d'un week-end, nous allons y retourner !

    Exzellenter Urlaub im La Nina

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    Wir haben hier vom 11. bis 14. Mai geurlaubt. Das La Nina ist ein exzellentes Hotel, das erst vor 3 Jahren seine Türen geöffnet hat. Es ist direkt am Wasser und man kann sich wirklich keine bessere Lage wünschen, wenn man vom Hotel direkt an den Sandstrand gehen will.

    Der Service ist sehr freundlich und man kriegt was für sein Geld. Die Zimmer sind gut ausgestattet, sauber und haben eine gute Größe. Wir waren im 4. Stock, das gleiche Stockwerk, das auch das Zuhause für den Swimmingpool und die Dachterrasse ist.

    Man braucht eine spezielle Karte für die Tür zum Pool und die Tür hat relativ viel Lärm gemacht, weil Leute ständig kommen und gingen. Das war ein bißchen nervig, weil wir doch gerne ausschlafen nach einer langen Nacht. Das war dann aber auch meine einzige Kritik!

    Das Hotelrestaurant war erstklassig und die ganzen Strandrestaurants hatten tolle Fisch- und Meeresfrüchte. Das Nachtleben ist selbst im Mai gut.

    Von Flughafen zum Hotel in Sitges dauert es nur 30 Minuten mit dem Zug und das ksotet nur 3 Euros. Man muß zwar einmal Züge wechseln, aber es lohnt sich trotzdem. Eine Taxifahrt von Barcelona würde ungefähr 60 Euro kosten für die 20 Minuten Fahrt.

    Alles in allem ein tolles Wochenende und wir werden definitiv wiederkommen!

    Fab time!

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    My friend and I have just returned from having a lovely 4 days away in the resort of Sitges, Barcelona. We stayed in the hotel La Nina which is situated right over the road to the beach. We had the most lovely time and were mega impressed with Sitges - it is really beautiful! The hotel is lovely too ( my friend would have liked a bigger pool cos she wanted to swim some laps but we were content just to lay in the sun!) Hotel food was good and there are lots of excellent restaurants but we are going to brushup on our Spanish for next year because not all speak English. Looking forward to it already!

    Tolles Hotel mit traumhaftem Seeblick

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    Einfach nur sehr empfehlenswert, sehr sauber, nettes Personal und in Traumlage; echte Alternative zu Barcelona-Hotels!! Und der Ort selbst ist auch o.k. Wir werden La Nina bestimmt wieder besuchen ............ Privatreisende aus Berlin im März 2007

    Great location

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    I have stayed here several times since it opened about 3 years ago. I was attracted to it being a new build in a town somewhat short on luxury hotels and its super location - right opposite the beach and a very short stroll into town.

    I should stress that this is a tourist class hotel, not de-lux by any means, however the accommodations are comfortable, the service helpful and the facilities are modern and more than adequate.

    My only complaints are that the single beds are small and hard and the breakfast is not a gourmet experience.

    That said, breakfast is served on a delightful outdoor terrace in front of the beach.

    Great Hotel

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    Just back, great hotel, location perfect on the beach and min walk to main nightlife. Great hidden pool on the roof too, always quiet and great views...have already booked for next year, cant fault it.

    New hotel in central Sitges

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    La Nina hotel in Sitges is located on the seafront in the heart of the town. The hotel was originally three old Spanish houses and the façade retains the features of the original houses. The sea view, balcony rooms are spacious with tall ceilings and good air-conditioning.

    The added bonus of this hotel is the view, our room looked directly down on the pavement restaurant owned by the hotel and you could watch the cosmopolitan Sitges life pass below you.

    The staff are helpful, the breakfast is a buffet, I would have expected a few more cooked options for the room rate, but again the staff are wiling to cook some things, like eggs, to order.

    On the roof there is a small hydro pool, which you can, just about, swim in. Also you will find a sun terrace which again looks over the beautiful Sitges beaches.

    For its central position, close to restaurants, night life and of course the beaches I would highly recommend this new hotel.

    Good hotel

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    This was a fantastic holiday. Hotel La Nina wa quite a good hotel. We stayed at a twin room (although we asked for a double bed they said they were fully booked ) with a balcony.

    Very clean hotel, nothing fantastic. quite modern rooms. Swimming pool at the top. Very centrally located. Thumbs up.

    La Nina is great

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    we stayed in la nina in july last year 2005. it's a really nice hotel. centrally located, on the beach, everything in walking distance. probably the newest or one of the newest in sitges. rooms are small by international standards but well appointed, totally clean and very comfortable. the free continental breakfast in the mornings is an extra bonus. staff were always friendly. pool on the roof is nice when you need a change from the beach. can't really fault the place and will be back this year.

    TripAdvisor Reviews La Nina Hotel Sitges

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
     

    Travel Blogs from Sitges

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    A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 11, 2014

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    The trip I thought would be warmer than it was...

    A travel blog entry by evelyncurry on Nov 22, 2012

    1 comment, 36 photos

    ... stops. It was quite straight forward to navigate our way around the city, with the help of tour maps provided by the hotel.
    After setting in to the hotel, we walked up the street to a small cafe and had a seafood paella, and some sausages. We walked our late lunch off and made our way to La Pedrera. We didn't go in, as there wasn't enough time, but took photos of the outside. Lovely structures.
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