The 1 and 2 Star Sitges Hotels described below offer good standard accommodation at very reasonable prices.
With the exception of Hotel Los Globos, these 1 and 2 Star Hotels are
all located in the town part of Sitges rather than on the seafront promenade but what do you expect at these rates?
Speaking personally, I really like the quiet backstreets close to the train station where there are some really lovely bars and restaurants that tend to be used by locals rather than tourists.
This means that if you choose wisely, you can find a very good quality Menu del Dia extremely cheaply.
There are also a couple of hotels in this section that are directed specifically towards gay guests, and it is worth remembering that Sitges is famous for its gay scene.
I'm sure there are plenty of gay bars and clubs, but not being gay myself, the impression I get when I'm in Sitges is that it is gay-friendly without being over the top, which seems like a perfect combination to me.
Carrer de la Mare Deu de Montserrat, 43, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona
Set just back from the Passeig Marítim in the charming El Vinyet neighbourhood, the Hotel Los Globos is only a few metres from the beach and a short walk into Sitges town centre.
Hotel Los Globos is surrounded by lovely tropical gardens, where you can sit out and sunbathe or enjoy an evening drink, and a large terrace area, where breakfast is served.
Los Globos offers smart modern rooms that come equipped with heating, air-conditioning and satelite TV, a safety deposit en-suite bathrooms.
Rooms on the first and second floor have a private balcony, whilst ground floor rooms have an allocated garden area.
Carrer Termes, 20, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona
Located in central Sitges, Hotel Alexandra is just 3 minutes’ walk from the seafront and beaches and also very convenient for the train station and Carrer Parellades, one of Sitges’ main shopping streets.
This basic but comfortably chic hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and a private bathroom.
Apparently, the Alexandra has been recently renovated so if it was a good budget choice before, it's even better now.
Carrer Illa De Cuba, 35, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona
Set in an impressive 19th-century building built in 1881 by architect Gaietà Miret i Raventos, El Xalet-Noucentista maintains original features such as floral stained-glass windows and mosaic floors and is directed principally towards gay guests.
Hotel El Xalet-Noucentista offers an outdoor pool where guests can dine in summer, a cocktail bar and El Xalet Restaurant serves traditional Spanish cuisine.
Rooms are decorated with antique furniture and include a private bathroom, aflat-screen TV with satellite channels and free Wi-Fi.
The hotel is close to Sitges town centre and the beach is a short walk away.
Carrer Illa de Cuba, 45, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona
Also on Carrer Illa de Cuba close to the train station, Hotel Liberty is set in a lovely 19th-century Cuban-style building with a charming garden and is also directed towards a gay public.
Hotel Liberty's bright, air-conditioned rooms feature a flat-screen TV, CD and DVD player, free wi-Fi and there is a coffee and tea maker and a bathroom with a hairdryer.
Some rooms have British satellite TV, a terrace and garden views and the penthouse apartment offers panoramic views over Sitges.
Guests can enjoy a drink from the hotel bar in the tranquility of the Liberty’s garden and the hotel is close to a range of bars and shops.
Sant Bartomeu, 11, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona
Also set in the part of Sitges close to the train station, Playa de Oro Hotel is set in a quiet street, only a short walk from the beach.
Playa de Oro offers functional rooms with free Wi-Fi and private bathroom and the hotel has a 24-hour front desk, an outdoor terrace and luggage storage.
There's a small coffee bar and also a pleasant terrace, so the Playa de Oro looks like an excellent choice for the budget traveller.
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