BEST WESTERN Subur Maritim
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
Photos of BEST WESTERN Subur Maritim
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Subur Maritim Sitges
Travel Blogs from Sitges
So after an early start to our day and a flight that was delayed due to wether conditions between Granada and Barcelona, ( we soon found out why as flew through the storm) we finally made it to Sitges. As you can probably guess Sitges was not its usual sunny self. Yes we arrived to rain. Argh! So much for our relaxing beach day in Sitges. However being the troopers that we are we set off umbrellas in tow and made a brief tour of the town, taking note that all the windows ...
... and Saturday in the winter months, so we weren't able to see it, but the beautiful Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya and it's waterfalls and stairways were a spectacular sight on their own.
We spent hours in the great Mercat Boqueria, gazing at meats, fish, offal, fruits, veggies, spices, cheeses, olives, breads, and shoppers taking a break at the little restaurant stalls serving fresh market offerings. At ...
... all unpleasant. There amazing displays everywhere and it's the most colourful beehive of activity you could imagine.
Its now late afternoon so we head back to the hotel for a bit of a breather. We stop on the way for a drink (as you do!) and the man at the next table has a bowl of something yummy. It's been quite a while since our ham and cheese roll this morning and we end up sharing a bowl of Thai Green Curry! Very Spanish!!!!
... in the middle of a few neighborhoods off the main auto routes. I started to head south toward the city center part of Barcelona. I came across the La Pedrera Espai Gaudi House. In 2008, this site was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This building is about 10 stories tall. It was a house that the designer lived in and then he sold apartments in the building as well. Here is what is unique about this design - no matter what room of the apartment ...
... were really no sights to visit in town since two of the three museums were closed for renovations but it was still supposed to be a cute little resort town that provided a good break from hectic Barcelona.
So our first agenda item was to browse the town for lunch menus that looked appetizing. We wandered through the tiny town and soon put our map away since it was pretty easy to find our way around with the town sandwiched between ...