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Posted 8 July 2023

7 nights Half Board villa Romano, Salou from Manchester 17 October 2 x adults + 1 free child inc luggage & transfers £928.14 @ First Choice

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4.5 on Trip Advisor
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This hotel puts you in easy reach of PortAventura, as well as the shops, bars and restaurants of Salou.
Location-wise, this place is 15 minutes’ walk from PortAventura theme park, and slightly more to the beach, as well as Salou’s shops, bars and restaurants. Plus, outside the hotel there’s a stop for the buses.
There’s a main pool and a small pool for very young guests next to it. The restaurant mixes Spanish favourites with things like pizza. And in the evenings, parrot shows and tribute shows top the entertainment list.

PoolsThere are two pools, with the smaller one reserved for children. The main pool is a sea of palm trees and greenery, lending a tropical vibe to it. A poolside bar takes care of drinks and snacks like pizza.
The pool hosts activities, and blow-up slides are often added for children. Very young guests have their own paddling area – it’s right by the main pool so you can keep an eye on them. Read More

Food & DrinkThe buffet restaurant has outside seating. At breakfast, there’s cava to drink and a mix of Continental and cooked dishes – the freshly-made pancakes and omelettes are particularly popular.
In the evenings, show cooking and themed nights keep things interesting. There’s Italian and Spanish, as well as a seafood evening that showcases lobster and paella. Read More

EntertainmentOn the entertainment front, each night brings something different – tribute acts, parrot shows, acrobats and comedians. And there’s a children’s show as well, with clowns and a minidisco.
There’s a spacious bar area for when you just want to relax with a cocktail. And there are lots more bars less than quarter-of-an-hour away in Salou. Read More

Sports & ActivitiesSmall guests get their own play area, while older children have a games room with a pool table and air hockey, and there’s a basketball court, too.
During the day, you can join in with lots of pool-based activities, such as aqua aerobics and water polo. Read More

Health & BeautyThe hotel has a gym, as well as in indoor pool. There’s also a sauna, Jacuzzi® and Turkish bath for a bit of pampering. Read More

Facility SummaryThe pool is great for swimming as well as activities, and there’s a paddling pool tagged on at the end. When it’s time to eat, the buffet restaurant has regular themed evenings and extra touches for children, like a candyfloss machine. Little ones also love the basketball court and play area, and later on, there’s a mini-disco as well as family-friendly shows like flamenco.
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  1. NewForestMonkeyBrains's avatar
    We went there last August into September for 11 nights. We loved the place. A little further out than some other hotels, about 15 mins walk to beach. The food is amazing every day. The entertainment is pretty rubbish but most are. Easy to get to Barcelona and Tarragona too.
    Salou is a bit touristy and built up but has wonderful beaches and is buzzing to at least midnight every night (September anyway). Slept well and not many negatives.
    I’d definitely return but it’s nice to try something new.
    That’s my opinion anyway, if it helps.
    Just to add, we paid around £1400 for 11 night half board via Jet2, who I also thought were excellent. The airport at Reus is around 20 mins away. (edited)
  2. SixZeppelin's avatar
    Isn't October too cold for the beach there?
    PaulandPam's avatar
    I was there at the end of last October and it was 26° degrees six out of the Severn days and was perfect beach weather apart from one day when it did rain for a few hours.
    The hotel was nice with good food, there's a small waterpark included on site but it was closed when we went as the season was ending.
    Would we go again? I don't think so but only because we're a couple who enjoy a more laid back quiet hotel and this place was full of noisy kids.
  3. Orange_swan's avatar
    November Agadier is ok £490 all inclusive Luvholidays
    GoldenBeach's avatar
    Link please?
  4. deleted1945554's avatar
    A quick look at Tripadvisor always helps.
  5. NewForestMonkeyBrains's avatar
    I’ve just read some of the TripAdvisor reviews. Some are ridiculously harsh. The food we had was probably the best I’d ever had at a hotel. Huge variety, massive salad and cold meat selections, constant cooking fresh fish, meat, in front of you.
    Most staff could speak a reasonable amount of English too. We had no issues with this. One review said 5 mins to beach. Just wrong- at least 12-15 mins for normal mobile people.
    The only queues at meal times were for foods they cooked fresh for you, omelettes or occasionally fried eggs, but there was so much else, it had little effect. I realise you can’t please everyone but, I’d go back there tomorrow if I didn’t want to try somewhere new.
    The overall stars rating is 4.5 out of 5 and I think that says something.
    loopylu9's avatar
    I went here in May. All of the above is true of the food- lots of good stuff especially at breakfast. But constant undercooked pork and very little other meat options, even on burger night the burgers were pork! It just made dinner quite uninspiring. A lot of the food was cold and way over cooked and very poor labelling. It’s an overall decent hotel- rooms are very small so I wouldn’t return as we are a family of 4 and the sofa bed/one room situation isn’t comfortable. The pool was quite cold so I would imagine in October it’ll be worse. Before I went I read reviews of people who had been going there for years and a few said it had gone downhill.
  6. jayok's avatar
    We stayed here 4 times over the last 12 years - great place and resort (edited)
  7. axum's avatar
    Been here 3 times overall spaced out over about a decade. No point going here without kids, in case you were wondering, the entertainment is, of course, all pretty much geared to them and as mine got older it was a bit boring so ended up venturing out…but even then it all gets a bit samey samey imo. Great for a one or two-time visit but then you’re done I think.

    The theme parks are only about 20-30min walk away and they are amazing so well worth a day trip.

    No complaints on the food though, although not been for a few years now so could well have deteriorated. Rooms are basic, you won’t want to spend any time in them but then that’s not what you’re going for. (edited)
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