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URH Sitges Playa hotel

Port Alegre 53, 08870 Sitges Spain
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#22 of 40 hotels in Sitges
We are URH Sitges Playa Hotel, located at the beachfront of Sant Sebastià Beach in Sitges, and we want to be your home, your restaurant, your gym, your swimming pool, your business centre and your window overlooking the Mediterranean Sea.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Pool / beach towels
Outdoor pool
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Game room
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Airport transportation
Car hire
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
Sun umbrellas
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
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Room features
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Room service
Flatscreen TV
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Ocean view
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Ocean View
Great View
Languages Spoken
English, French, Spanish, Catalan and 1 more
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JanneSiru wrote a review Dec 2019
Helsinki, Finland278 contributions72 helpful votes
The best side of the hotel is the location. The worst is not that it is a more than little bit worn but non existing soundproofing. You can hear the waves of the sea 24/7, but as easily follow-up a discussion next door in case you understand the language. You quickly learn that time is 08:30am when they start to wash the promenade. Plus all the sounds you can imagine in the area of a beach, beach promenade and dozens of restaurants. We arrived 1am and just before hotel our young daughter puked. Luckily taxi was not hit. We requested help to get paper from night porter and after little time of thinking she gave us a half roll of toilet paper. It was even harder to get to the toilet to wash hands before digging passports from the pocket. There are no toilets available in a lobby during night time when most of common areas are closed. But after that we were given two key-cards to best room of the hotel - one of three suites and the one in third floor. However key-cards were not working so I went back to the lobby and those were reactivated instantly. Benefit of third floor is that there is nobody above but you still have two neighbors in rooms next doors. Suite is quite spacious (50 m2) for family of four (kids 6 and 11) and kids have their own sofa-bed in separate area of main bedroom. However there are two corridors between these two areas and no doors - not even sliding doors or any curtain to help lights and sounds not to pour from area to another. Between those area is a separate set of closets and main mirrors. Quite ok space for clothes for less than a week. Here is also a safe. Suite has three balconies, one with a sea-view and to with partial sea-view. As can be seen in many photos there are to chairs and a small table in each of those. At least you have plenty of sunshine. All three balconies have big windows with motorized metal sun shades. One of those was not working but when we mentioned about it to reception next morning it was fixed in 20 mins. There are just on type of pillow available and that 'Spanish standard' might be way too thick to many. Also when using sofa-bed there are no chairs inside the suite. We used balcony chairs instead inside. The fridge is a former minibar. When we arrived there was just two glasses. Bottle of water would have been nice but you can buy water, beer, chips and other basic staff what normally is in a minibar from the lobby 24/7. As an example can of beer was 2,50€. Quality of wifi changes unexpectedly like the temperature of the water in a shower. Sometimes we measured 5 Mb incoming and almost the same out (without VPN). 30 mins later it was even hard to get a connection. Our deal included breakfasts served in hotel's El Indiano restaurant. Pretty basic, not four star in our scale. They make you a latte, cappuccino, espresso or americano if you know to request those and you should since those were good. Even coffee machine is above the average. Warm dishes are served like fried eggs, bacon, tasteless sausage, scrambled eggs and beans (most likely those were beans). Orange and pine apple juice, one yogurt, few types of bread and sliced fruits. Funniest thing was tiny 40g bags of salted chips. Our kids loved those and that's why their points to this hotel were higher than what adults gave :)
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Date of stay: December 2019
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Jay wrote a review Dec 2019
8 contributions1 helpful vote
This hotel is advertised as a three star hotel, but it is actually a two star hotel at best. Considering the rude staff, bad service, unclean bathroom, etc, I rate it as one star. - The woman at the front desk was rude. Maybe she is tired, because I saw her working all day on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. When I asked some questions about the hotel, she was very rude. I never saw her greeting anyone, and she is always doing something else at the desk. When interrupted, she got annoyed and became rude. One hotel guest told me that she was a nasty person, so I am not the only one. The staff at Motel 6 is friendlier. - The shower is on the bathtub. The shower is dangerous in the sense that water temperature changes from warm to very hot all the time: warm -> burst of very hot water (4-5 seconds) -> warm -> very hot, etc. Old people may get shocked, or may slip on the floor to avoid very hot burst of shower. When I take a shower for about 7-8 min, I had burst of very hot water over me 9-10 times. - The bathtub is old and unclean. It looks gross, and yucky. There are brownish or black mildew or molds on the bathtub (see the photos). - I saw some insects. I think they are silverfishes, but I am not positive (see the photo). - There was no blanket or quilt on the bed. There is only thin bed cover sheet. I assumed that the hotel forgot to put blanket or quilt, so I called the front desk about it. Note that I was staying in December, and it is cold outside (if not freezing). The staff told me to look at the closet and hung up the phone. In fact, there was an old, worn-out brown blanket in the closet. It did not look clean or washed. It seems that people here turn on the heater and sleep in high temperature without blanket or quilt. I traveled in many countries for business, and this is the only hotel without blanket or quilt on the bed. But there is a first time for everything. - There is no Kleenex or soft tissue in the room, which I needed. When I politely asked the front desk woman, she said loud and rudely that they don't have it. What is wrong with her? - The walls are very thin, so I could hear people talking and coughing all night. I am not very sensitive to noises. There was a couple next to my room. I heard the woman moaning all night long. I don't blame them. After all, the hotel is at the beach site, lovers may come here and stay at the hotel. It is just that the walls are too thin. I would not come with my family. This is not 'love motel'. - There is one restaurant at the hotel. Its service and food quality is very low in all respects, but its price is on the high side. The restaurant is not intended for hotel guests, but tourists outside. Because of gusty winds, I went to the restaurant for dinner, but it was closed. The hotel told me that the restaurant is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays because of low business. In fact, the restaurant is always quiet and there are only a few customers, while other restaurants at the beach are crowded. The only good thing about this hotel is that it is located at the beach. Other than that, this is a very bad hotel. The hotel should train the front desk woman, and fix and clean the bathroom.
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Date of stay: December 2019
Trip type: Traveled on business
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AlexTwed wrote a review Dec 2019
Ely, United Kingdom97 contributions12 helpful votes
We arrived at the hotel with our 18 month daughter and there was no cot in the room which we had requested in advance. The guy on reception said that they had not received the email and nothing could be done as housekeeping had gone. When I showed him the email he refused to accept it. I said we need a cot as our baby could fall out of bed, he got really angry and said he would try and find one, as I walked away he shouted and threw or hit something behind the desk. !0 minuted later the cot arrived. This is not appropriate behavior for front of house staff and my wife felt intimidated. The TV in our room didn't work but we thought it to much hassle to raise this matter. I give the 1 rating to the cleaning ladies who were very nice.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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SIEMPRESITGETAN wrote a review Nov 2019
Ubud, Indonesia68 contributions49 helpful votes
We lived in Sitges for over a decade. And walked by this property for as long while being residents along San Sebastian beach. This property changed names a couple times but for us as locals has always been a mystery as to what it would be like to stay here. We moved away from Sitges, but returned as tourists and were super curious to see what had happened to this hotel since it was rebranded as a URH property. The price was right, so we booked into a room for 2 nights this November. The check in staff was as nice as could be...and we were assigned our room. WOW! Step back to the 80s! It doesnt seem they have done much at all to remodel the rooms! Not even a box of tissues in the room! They are so old and in frail shape it was so disappointing. The room was clean and otherwise ok except for a shower just full of MOLD! But I guess that is common in Sitges. The breakfast was another story. The staff was talking so loud in the quiet dining room it was so annoying and their topics of conversation were unprofessional to the people trying to eat breakfast... so now we know how expensive apartments are in the area... and so many other personal topics they loudly discussed. The hot items on the breakfast buffet were barely hot.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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pearllodea wrote a review Oct 2019
ny66 contributions26 helpful votes
Due to the riots in Barcelona we had to change hotels and found this hotel out of town by chance. All I can say is, boy am I glad we did! The hotel is a bit dated but very, very clean - but the location is out of this world. Stunning sea views with fantastic restaurants are literally within steps of the hotel. Again the room was basic but perfectly fine for the stay. My room looked out onto the pool in the back which we didn’t use but it was very nice to look out. Walk out of the hotel and within minutes you are within the heart of the town with beautiful historic windy pedestrian walkways, shopping cafés and restaurants. We are already planning a return visit! Parking is very difficult and we pulled in to a parking spot with blue on it while at a restaurant on a Sunday and wound up getting a €60 parking ticket, so be very careful if you park around town. With that in mind, we paid €20 a day to park the car underneath the hotel which the elevator took us straight down to. We didn’t avail of the food in the restaurant but I’m sure it was good! Elia at the front desk couldn’t be more helpful or kind she was The perfect welcome welcomed to Sitges!
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled with friends
$71 - $211 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about URH Sitges Playa hotel
Which popular attractions are close to URH Sitges Playa hotel?
Nearby attractions include Casablanca Cocktail Bar & Art Lounge (0.2 miles), Museu de Maricel (0.1 miles), and Raco de la Calma (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at URH Sitges Playa hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at URH Sitges Playa hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at URH Sitges Playa hotel?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to URH Sitges Playa hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Cinc Food Parlour, Merci Sitges, and La Punta de Sitges.
Are there opportunities to exercise at URH Sitges Playa hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness center during their stay.
Does URH Sitges Playa hotel have an airport shuttle?
Yes, URH Sitges Playa hotel offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is URH Sitges Playa hotel located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.5 miles away from the center of Sitges.
Are any cleaning services offered at URH Sitges Playa hotel?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at URH Sitges Playa hotel?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does URH Sitges Playa hotel offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers meeting rooms, a banquet room, and conference facilities.