See why so many travellers make Utopia Beach House their small hotel of choice when visiting Sitges. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quaint setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Sitges, Utopia Beach House is located a short distance from Pink Triangle Monument Against Homophobia (0.4 mi) and Estatuas de Santiago Rusinol y Ramon Casas (0.9 mi).
In addition, while staying at Utopia Beach House guests have access to 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and newspaper, and you can stay connected with free wifi. You can also enjoy a lounge while staying at Utopia Beach House.
Travellers looking to enjoy some ribs can head to The Beach House, Soca Restaurant & Bar, or Los Vikingos. Otherwise, you may want to check out a French restaurant such as Bistro D'ana, Incognito Cafe Bar, or L'Angle d'Adriana.
Best of all, Utopia Beach House makes it easy to experience many great Sitges attractions like Raco de la Calma and Santuari del Vinyet Sitges, which are some popular architectural buildings.
At Utopia Beach House, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Sitges.
I recently moved to Sitges and I went to enjoy one of the Sunday night jazz concerts. Everything was great until I asked the waitress if there was anything GF on their menu. She was rather abrupt and very rude when she said “nothing, we have nothing like that here”...had to leave before the concert ended. Shame to have waiting staff ruin some people’s only opportunity in years to hear some live music 😢
We stayed for 2 nights end of September before heading to Barcelona. The staff were very nice but the whole place needs a good clean and then a refurb. Our room was quite shabby. It’s more like a back packers hostel reminded me of Goa! It really doesn’t show how tired it is in the pictures. I think we paid well over the odds too.
Location is near the beach the only good thing about it. There was no charging port for some of the beds and when I asked for an extension they don’t have any, they just gave me a some what power bank with an Ad to it (picture attached) plus Carola was rude during the interaction and I even smelled the alcohol on her breath. Rooms and toilets are very dirty, in addition no proper locker. No key to the rooms so anyone can just walk-in, safety is always an issue.
Great atmosphere, very kind service. The private room was clean, the personal very useful and kind. Loved the sunday’s jazz session. Very fair price for the quality. The food was also ok. I would suggest to have the bar open until later in the evening.
I stayed here for 5 nights in March. My room was tiny, with a single bed, but it was clean. For the price, it was adequate, except for the little details. I received a hand towel and a small, thin bath towel. It was very cold at night. I was provided with one blanket. It was old and ragged, with visible stains. The satin ribbon binding was torn off and knotted on one side. I asked for an additional blanket during the day, but the desk person was also tending the bar, and so couldn't help me. A friend asked for one earlier and was told no. I ended up using my down jacket as an extra blanket. No tv, no phone, no kleenex, no shampoo or soap. Spare mattresses are piled in the back yard, and we saw one being carried upstairs while we were there. The location is great--near the beach, and the outdoor seating is nice. The cushions and pillows on the benches and chairs are worn and not quite clean looking. The overall atmosphere is like a fraternity. The bar area is loud at night, and the walls are flimsy at best. The majority of the clientele is young--college aged or slightly older--and many guests use the kitchen to cook for themselves. Definitely not a luxury experience, but even for budget travelers, there could be better and more professional customer service and higher standards for basic amenities.…