Hotel Platjador

Address: Passeo de la Ribera 35, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Passeo de la Ribera 35, Sitges, is near Museu Romantic ("Can Llopis"), Museu Maricel, Baqueira Beret, and Museu Cau Ferrat.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Platjador Sitges

      Basic but location excellent

      from

      The hotel is basic - not really three star - but the location can't be beaten. Breakfast is forgettable and the tablecloths rather mucky, so don't bother if you're looking for a real meal. Seafront room 410 (and, I presume, 310, 210 and 110) were RIGHT at the front, so lovely view, but quite noisy. Take one of the rooms ending with 03 to 05, I reckon, which are set back slightly and also have balconies.

      Overall, worth the spend for the views (evenings were just as interesting), the gay-friendly staff and the location.

      Perfect location

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      my family of 3 plus 2 friends stayed at this hotel for a week july 2005.

      i would give the hotel 100 out of 100 for location in the resort.

      the rooms were spotless and our sheets and towels were changed everyday.

      breakfasts made refreshing change from bacon sarnies and so on, with lots of choice from the buffet.

      roof terrace bar great place to meet before going out for the evening, and the view is wonderful.

      only grumbles would be that the pool furniture was not in good condition and not open until 11.30 in the mornings. and the air conditioning goes off at 3ish in the morning until 7ish.

      otherwise we had a great holiday staying in the centre of the resort, right across from the beach.

      Decent value for money

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      The hotel has a great location - right in front of the beaches and at the same time in the midst of the liveliest town section. The decor is uninspiring, but rooms are clean and appear to have been recently renovated. They are also of considerable size, a rarity among three-star hotels.

      We stayed in a third-floor room overlooking the pool (i.e., the inner courtyard) and it was probably the best choice. The first-floor rooms on the pool side are to be avoided, as their balconies are only separated from the public area by ugly vertical bars. On the other side, the sea view must be breath-taking but a busy street filled with crowds, cars and restaurants would hardly give much rest. Our room was air conditioned and had double glazing, a necessity rather than a luxury in July.

      The biggest disappointment of the hotel was the breakfast. The quality of food was appalling - whitish ham and wet cheese of the cheapest kind, yellow acidic water pretending to be juice and some tasteless pastry. It was simply unedible. After the first day we started going to the bakery Abraham on the adjacent street Bonaire, a very nice place. Speaking about food, one more word of caution - the restraurant downstairs (I don't remember the name, but it has contemporary white-and-wood decor) is also to be avoided as it serves poorly cooked dishes at inflated prices.

      On balance, we are glad that we decided to stay at the Platjador hotel. Yet probably the next year we will try a different hotel.

      Excellent value for money

      from

      Stayed here June 05 for 10 days in a room overlooking the pool at rear of hotel. Very clean and quiet with very friendly staff. Superb rooftop bar with the best view in Sitges. Would definately stay heare again as very good value for money and location.

      More like a 2-star hotel

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      Spent 2 nights in this hotel in June 2005, had 2 twin rooms for 4 people (rooms 121 and 123). Upon arrival, one of our rooms in the first floor had a horrible smell. We complained but no other rooms were (supposedly) available (even though I barely saw other people in the corridors). They said they'd send a cleaning lady fix the problem. After returning a few hours later, the moist smell was replaced by a flowery peach smell. And by the way, the hotel doesn't have any non-smoking rooms (which may explain the smell to a certain extent).

      Second problem was with the TV. All the channels had a layer of grey fog on the image, so that the picture was not visible. We complained and the TV was replaced by another one one day later. In our second room, the image of the tv was ok, but in black and white :( (didn't compain as it seemed to bother them to deal with all our problems). They also didn't allow us to check out a few hours later on Sunday afternoon.

      Our rooms in the first floor had quite loud music (from the nearby bars/neighbors?) until the early hours so ear plugs were necessary. But the biggest problem were the beds, which had the sheets hanging on the sides (as there was nothing under which they could have been folded) and therefore during the night the sheets gathered on the bed making it very unconfortable to sleep. The beds were also bumpy which you wouldn't expect from a 3-star hotel.

      Apart from all the problems, the rooms were clean although dated back to the 70's. Breakfast was quite ok. The location was superb with the main bar street one block away and the beach just across the street boulevard. Would think twice before returning (although the price was ok compared to other hotels).

      Great Value and Location

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      We stayed at the Platjador at the start of June. There was a choice of Seaview rooms(don't know why - maybe because we arrived on Sunday), and these are well worth the price difference(20 euros-ish). Hotel has a great location, being close to all the bars restaurants and the beach, but not in the thick of things so it's quiet at night. As to the other reviews, the towels were changed daily and the pool-side beds were all okay. Rooms very clean and cleaned daily. The breakfast was buffet and pretty standard, but as much as you'd need. Obviously its not plush but for a 3 star hotel, as good as you can get I think. Staff were friendly and we will definitely return.

      Great....but

      from

      Great little hotel with one of the best positions in sitges. Rooms are good but only if you are relatively close to the pool, otherwise you are looking over rooftops and it is quite dark at the far end of the hotel, no sun reaches here.

      Almost impossible to acquire it seems are the seafront rooms, they would be brilliant. Having said this, the rooms are clean and comfortable with ac and tv. the food is pretty good and the roof top bar will give you wonderful views of Sitges, especially at dusk.

      I have stayed here twice and had a brilliant holiday, Sitges of course, is the best resort in Spain!! My family just love it and we have been visiing since 1965 when we used to make the long 3 day drive from the UK.

      Good But

      from

      A very clean hotel, 7 out of 20 sunbeds broken,staff very helpfull with travel information,bar not open on our visit {easter} breakfast a little boring, location of hotel exellent towels changed every other day, all in all not to much to complain about, will certanly visit this hotel again

      Food disappointment

      from

      the location of hotel is marvellous the staff are very friendly but the food here is a big disappointment you never know what will arrive on your plate waitress service not buffet style otherwise it is a clean and friendly hotel.

      Excellent

      from

      Situation superb acroos the road from the beach Rooms were good size very clean Staff very helpful highly recommend

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Platjador Sitges

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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