Firstly, sorry for the very long review, this place is ‘odd’! I usually don’t leave bad reviews, as after a few days I’m over it and just decide not to go back.. If you can get a good deal on this place then go for it, but here’s my review ;) We spent so long considering which hotel to opt for for our trip to Sitges. We plumped for the Hotel Port Sitges as we don’t mind a bit of a wander to the main drag. The option of a pool and a kitchen in our apartment meant we could shop and cook as we pleased. On our first night there was a huge storm and the marina was alight with lightning cracking off the boats outside, the rain battered our balcony and within 10 minutes the rain started pouring in the apartment, which we had to catch in a bucket. There was a hole in the kitchen roof which we’d noticed earlier as the cupboards below were warped when you tried to open them and water marks were down the wall. We had decided earlier not to use the plug socket under it! We told the friendly receptionist the next morning what had happened and she said maintenance would be up to check it out ASAP. No one ever came during our 3 night stay, despite reminding them the electrics would need safety checked. On the up side, the walk to Sitges centre is fairly pleasant, but steep, and there’s 50 steps to navigate first! fine for us, but was a workout in the heat! Not so good though if you want to nip somewhere for some water and essentials from a shop. The nearest shop is on the marina, about 5 minutes walk from the hotel, but apart from water, croissants, wine and crisps it’s way too small to stock up for a few days. It’s really tiny! And very expensive. So for food and basics we needed to walk to Sitges centre, which is a good 15 minutes walk, and we walk fast! Even in the centre there isn’t many grocery shops it was a bit of a let down that we chose this hotel on the basis of self catering. Upon further inspection though we couldn’t have cooked anyway. The kitchen comprises of a 2 ring hob, a fridge, 1 frying pan and a giant soup pot, 2 teaspoons, 3 forks and 1 knife?! No microwave, kettle, bottle/tin opener, bread knife etc. We also thought from reading some reviews there was a bar in the hotel, there is NO bar. Not even in August during the Sitges fiesta, you can however buy a bottle of water or a bottle of cava from reception €2.50 and €12 respectively. This was only disclosed though when I told the receptionist I was a bit disappointed there was no where nearby to get a drink. But we were soon told anyway we weren’t allowed to drink them by the pool, that would probably have created an atmosphere of fun and conversation which seems frowned upon! The whole place brings a new meaning to ‘quiet hotel’ it could well have been Stanley Kubricks inspiration piece. It’s literally void of life. When you do catch a glimpse of other guests they looked as cheesed off with their choice as us. The decor hasn’t been touched since the late 80s, so depressing..