Before reviewing this hotel some background. I stopped at this hotel overnight during a two-day drive from southern Spain to southern France. Sitges seemed like a convenient half-way point, and a Google search suggested that it has a beautiful beach. So Sitges was a stop-over rather than a tourist destination for me.
Regarding Sitges. The streets near to the beach are closed to traffic, and those open to traffic are arranged in a confusing one-way system that is very difficult to navigate. Unfortunately, the otherwise useful driving directions provided by Booking.com do not reflect this one-way system.
In a car the closest one can get to the hotel is about 1.5 blocks away. All luggage has to be carried by the customer to the hotel; the hotel provides no assistance with luggage. When we arrived, the reception staff, who showed little interest in helping us, initially offered no suggestions when we asked how we might move our luggage to the hotel. They acted as if they had never encountered the problem before, although every customer presents the same problem.
Not a good hotel if you have much luggage: the elevators do not go to the levels of the rooms but to intermediate levels above and below the room levels. So a steep walk up or down with luggage.
Other problems: After dragging our luggage up to our rooms we discovered that the receptionist had forgotten to give us the Wi-Fi code, so downstairs we went for that. Then, back in the room, we discovered that the receptionist had failed to offer us a key for the free room safe,so down the stairs again. All characteristic of indifferent service.
For someone staying for several days or more in Sitges this hotel might be appropriate, but for an overnight or short-term customer, or for one who appreciates good service, this hotel is not recommended
Our room came with a breakfast.While the breakfast spread was reasonable the eggs we the worst we have ever tasted--probably "eggs" made from a non-egg [dry?] mixture.