Festival Village Apartments
Cap Salou, Costa Dorada, Spain
Crta. De La Costa 61, Salou 43840
Most recent booking for this hotel was today at 01:49
“ Great holiday Just back from festival village and had a brill time Staff exceptionaly friendly and cant do enough for you For an all inclusive appartment complex the food was plentyfull invariety and most importantly edible freshly cooked hot snacks available all day, snack area looked after by a little gem (HUGH).8.5 Excellent
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“ Just got back from a weeks holiday. There were 5 of us - Myself, my husband, my son aged 12 and two daughters aged 6 & 8. We didnt arrive at the hotel until 10:45 but had a swift check - in and even managed to go down to the bar for a few drinks and a dance.8.0 Great
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Festival Village is located in Salou, close to Cala de la Font Beach, Levante Beach, and Port Aventura Theme Park. Nearby points of interest also include Aquopolis and Capellans Beach.
This apartment is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities. Dining options at Festival Village include 2 restaurants. Recreational amenities include a children's club. High-speed (wired) Internet access (surcharge) is available in public areas. Additional property amenities include a rooftop terrace, currency exchange, and air conditioning in public areas.
128 guestrooms at Festival Village feature air conditioning. In addition to safes, guestrooms offer phones.
Our customer reviews
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Tammy from Birmingham
Just got back from a weeks holiday. There were 5 of us - Myself, my husband, my son aged 12 and two daughters aged 6 & 8. We didnt arrive at the hotel until 10:45 but had a swift check - in and even managed to go down to the bar for a few drinks and a dance. I had read lots of reviews on this hotel some not very nice, but I have to say we thourougly enjoyed our stay. The rooms were clean and the towells changed as often as we liked we just had to drop them in the bath. Had a balcony which had table and chairs for 6 and a drying rack which was extremely handy. The breakfast were fab - there was something for everyone - full english, cereal, toast croissants and even fruit and yogurt. Dinner and tea were similar there was plenty of choice. There was also a snack bar which does burgers, hot dogs and chips. The etertainment team were great and my girls loved every minute, especially the late night shows. To give you a idea, the night ran as: 8;00 quiz - adult based, 8:30 - kids time, 9:00 - kids go to kids hut to play games and watch films - adults have bingo then at 10:00 - its showtime - of which we really enjoyed especially the Rock Ages - my favourite.
The staff all work very hard here and they really do there best - my only critisism would be there is very little for children aged 10 to do. My son spent about 12 euros a night to use the computers in the reception.
Previous comments about the pool are correct - the water was freezing and sunbeds are hard to get but thats down to people being pig ignorant and ignoring requests not to save loungers.
Im definately booking another holiday here next year :)
“ Top Tip: If you do go to Salou be advised there are ticket booths were you can save a fortune on bus fares. It cost 5 of us 14 euros to go into La Pineda however if you leave the apartments and turn right, walk down the road about 6 minutes and ou shall see a red booth - they charged 13 euros for a bus card which gives you 10 rides on any bus around salou. Then its 10.95 to top up 10 rides. A real money saver.
K from Chestetton
Just arrived back 1st week in October,can`t really fault the hotel.Had a brill time (6 adults).If you want the nightlife then its a bus or a taxi but bus stops are right outside hotel.There is always plenty of entertainment in the hotel at night but some can be cheesy.On the whole this was a really good break however there are a few things to mention which you may/may not be aware.
The reviews about queing for sunbeds is correct (even in October) & only half the pool gets sun so i could see this being a bit too hectic in the summer when its more busier.If you fancy a brew in your room then even though there is a kitchen,there are no kettles,so you have to hire from reception.Apart from these 2 minor irks then the rest was fab,clean rooms,good food,plenty of drinks available & a super snackbar if you missed meal times.Thanks to all staff especially Steve & the wonderful Annamaria.Travel republic came up trumps again
“ Top Tip: buy bus cards from red booth just down the road rather than pay on the bus.It works out a lot cheaper if you do multiple bus trips.
Barbara from Clacton-on-sea
“ Great place for families. Good food. lovely staff. Apartments are clean and spacious. secluded beach down a hill. Buses stop right outside so its easy to get around. Lots to see and do in surrounding area. will be back next year.
“ Top Tip: Buy a 10 journey bus ticket from the tobacco shop
Mark from Liverpool
Great hotel, Fresh food served at breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Rooms were large and spacious, cleaned on a daily basis. All staff were great and friendly.
Lots of day-time and night-time entertainment for children.
Nice and quiet area.
Ideal for short breaks.
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