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The lively tourist part of Santa Susanna is very close, with plenty of shops for food and souvenirs and places to eat out in the evening. If you really want to relax then use the handy bus service – free for hotel guests – running to and from the beach and town. Santa Susanna Resort will appeal to families who want a relaxing, affordable break in sunny Spain. Children will love the kids' pool, playground and mini club, with activities and entertainment such as swimming lessons, water games, mini disco and loads more.
How far is the nearest beach?
The closest beach to the hotel is situated 1000m away.
Distance from Airport
Your hotel is situated 45km away from the airport.
All of the rooms come with an en suite bathroom, a telephone, satellite/ cable TV, a mini-fridge (additional fee payable), a hire safe and a balcony (economy rooms without balcony). Cots available (payable directly to the hotel).
Food & Drink
Head to the hotel restaurant for delicious buffet breakfasts, lunches and dinners. The hotel operates an All Inclusive option which includes all three meals, including any wine, beer, mineral water and soft drinks served during them. Should hunger strike between meals, a range of hot and cold snacks is available at the snack bar in the pool area from 10.30am to 12.30pm and again between 3pm and 6.30pm. Tea, coffee and biscuits are available between 4pm and 5pm. Children can enjoy unlimited free ice cream from 11am to 10pm. Locally produced alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks are served at the bar from 10am to midnight.
Sports & Entertainment
Guests may make use of the snack bar and the sun terrace with loungers and parasols laid out ready for use. Guests may also relax with a refreshing massage. It is possible to play billiards and sports enthusiasts may pay a visit to the in-house gym. There is an entertainment programme for chi
We didn't know what to expect from this hotel but it was lovely. Staff were all very friendly and kept all the areas clean at all times. The food was lovely and plenty of it in the air conditioned...
We didn't know what to expect from this hotel but it was lovely. Staff were all very friendly and kept all the areas clean at all times. The food was lovely and plenty of it in the air conditioned dining room. The pool was really nice with a small jacuzzi next to it. The only problem we found with the pool area was how many sun beds had towels on them at 8am and we were the only 2 people there at that time! A great hotel for families,couples and groups. A 10 to 15 min walk to the beach but they have a courtesy train and bus to take you to the front. The only downsides are...no air conditioning in the rooms, no kettle or fridge (fridge available to rent!). A Carrefour supermarket right next to the hotel which is very handy. All in all, a lovely hotel for what you pay! You have to pay for wifi which was not very good!
Great little place to stay or use as a base to explore Train station to Barcelona just along the promenade The promenade goes all the way to the next resort it's very tidy has a craft market...
Great little place to stay or use as a base to explore Train station to Barcelona just along the promenade The promenade goes all the way to the next resort it's very tidy has a craft market every night Good for families or couple's a few restaurants all along the promenade will be going back September
This was the 3rd year in a row that we have used this hotel. You get what you pay for and a bit extra. No air con in the rooms, but fans available if you ask. We use it because the sun can be...
This was the 3rd year in a row that we have used this hotel. You get what you pay for and a bit extra. No air con in the rooms, but fans available if you ask. We use it because the sun can be guaranteed. Mixed nationalities stay here, but not many Germans. Sunbeds a plenty, although pool area can get crowded. Staff are all friendly and helpful. Food is plentiful if you are not a fussy eater. Never went to lunch, too full from brekkie and pool snack bar. Fresh towels every day. Two downers. Animation team is led by a man lacking any real personality for the children, the girls are fine though. Evening entertainment was the same for 5 nights out of 10. I would still recommend though as it is outstanding value for money.
We stayed as a group of 3 for 4 nights at the end of June, arriving very late (around 2am) we were greeted off the bus and quickly checked in. Our room was large and very clean, with a balcony facing...
We stayed as a group of 3 for 4 nights at the end of June, arriving very late (around 2am) we were greeted off the bus and quickly checked in. Our room was large and very clean, with a balcony facing over the back garden area of the hotel and the football area. All inclusive buffet style food was served for meals, with snacks available from the pool bar in between. The food was of a good standard with plenty of selection available, everyone should easily be able to find something to eat (although vegetarians would be fairly limited). Drinks were very good, local alcohol and premium brand soft drinks (or at least if they weren't we couldn't tell the difference). One tip, if you are a slave to your morning tea or coffee, take a few teabags or some coffee sachets with you - the hot drinks from a machine aren't the highlight of the offerings. The staff were always friendly and very polite, the cleaners deserve a big thank you, they were constantly mopping the floors and out room was always made up very quickly and left to a very good standard. The free road train into town (about 10 minutes) is definately worth a ride, and don't miss the local musician singing and playing guitar in the barin the evenings, who is very entertaining. A really nice, stay and excellent value for money. If you want luxury, go elsewhere but if you just want a very nice stay for a great price, book into the Santa Susanna Resort.
There's one thing you can be sure of; you don't get cold on Santa Susanna holidays. The Mediterranean climate means long hot summers, with average temperatures reaching 30° Celsius, frequently giving 12 hours of sunshine a day. The hottest months of July and August are often tempered by coastal winds. If you would like to escape the summer crowds with a holiday to Santa Susanna, the best time to visit would be in late September or late spring when the weather is good.
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European Style 2-Pin Sockets, 220/225V
No visa is required for a stay of up to 3 months