Welcome to Melia Sitges, your Sitges “home away from home.” Melia Sitges aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
Nearby landmarks such as Agisitges (0.5 mi) and Monumento a Santiago Rusinol (0.6 mi) make Melia Sitges a great place to stay when visiting Sitges.
Melia Sitges is a trendy resort offering a flat screen TV and a minibar in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The resort features a concierge and room service. Plus, guests can enjoy a pool and breakfast, which have made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Sitges. For guests with a vehicle, parking is available.
If you’re looking for a steakhouse, consider a visit to Che latin grill, El Raco De Can Traver, or Buenos Aires Grill Restaurant, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Melia Sitges.
If you are interested in exploring Sitges, check out one of the architectural buildings, such as Raco de la Calma and Santuari del Vinyet Sitges.
Melia Sitges puts the best of Sitges at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
Our 4th visit at this hotel and certainly not our last. This hotel has everything we need for a stay in the wonderful town of Sitges. Location-wise it sits outside the town centre (12-15 mins walk along the seafront) with an elevated position and views of the sea on three sides - though you do need to be on the 5th or 6th floors to really appreciate the views. We prefer the view looking West back towards the bay of Sitges. There are two beaches within 5 minutes walk - both with a different character and crowd…take your pick. The marina is also 5 minutes’ walk away and there are many dining options there. The steps back up to the hotel can be a killer if you’ve indulged in the food and drink down there… The staff, led by example by the excellent Raquel are welcoming and attentive with a “can-do” attitude; nothing seems too much trouble. Any minor issue was dealt with quickly without fuss. The Meliá is a convention hotel as well as a resort hotel and the second week of our stay coincided with the Sitges International Film Festival so the peace and quiet of the first week was replaced by a big increase in the number of guests and also of footfall from festival visitors. It did change the vibe in the hotel as security guards were in place and areas were closed off - though not to hotel guests - and public rooms - the bar, etc - were crowded at times. But I’m the one who booked that week so can hardly fault the hotel for having a lot of customers. Next time - and we will be back - I’ll check the event calendar first. In conclusion a fantastic 13 night stay in a great hotel with excellent staff in a fine location offering great views.…
We spent two fantastic nights at Melia Sitges in July. We had a modern, bright and spacious room by the pool, with impressive views to the seaside and Sitges. We enjoyed the most wonderful sunset with a bottle of cava from our balcony, the perfect memory to take with us. The hotel is spacious so it feels safer during COVID times. The pool has just the right temperature. The breakfast Buffett had plenty of choices and a chef on site to give it a twist; his omelette was superb. But the best was being able to have it outdoor by the pool. The place is very well located, just a short stroll from the town centre and also the marina, with a beach just few mins away. But it’s the staff what makes the difference there and give a soul to the place. All staff were attentive, helpful and with a positive attitude. A Special mention to Raquel, guess experience manager, whom with her permanent smile, willingness to help above and beyond, and to surprise us, made our stay one to truly remember.…
Fantastic friendly service and atmosphere. Delicious food many choices. Room are newly renovated and offer great views if you go beyond standard room. Close to semi/nude beach and walking distance to centre. Cleaning is great and service is very friendly
The Melia chain of hotels has been a favourite of ours for many years. Unfortunately, the Melia Sitges did not live up to other stays. Our room, the lobby, the public areas are totally souless and lacking in any charm whatsoever. The television in our room (a luxury, sea view room) had the worst picture we've ever seen. There were no toiletries in the room as the Melia is now 'cutting down on paper products to support the planet'. Fair enough - but why use disposable paper cups now instead of the usual glass - which doesn't need recycling? The walk-in shower (no bath) was nice but the taps were so stiff that neither of us could turn the shower on without getting a towel and using two hands. A screw fell out of the make-up mirror so it was unuseable. The hairdryer is permanently affixed in the second drawer under the sink. Try drying your hair while trying to keep the drawer open. There was a stocked mini bar, but no price list, so it was anyone's guess as to how much anything was. There was supposedly room service offered, but there was nothing in the room to indicate such. There was also said to be a 'pillow menu'. No, there wasn't. The wardrobe/closet was door-less and right beside the bed. Who wants to sleep/wake up looking at hanging clothes and lined up shoes? In a supposed four star luxury hotel! The furniture in the room was a half step up from Ikea. The terrace was huge with a great view and a table and chairs on which to sit to enjoy it. There was such a queue for breakfast that we didn't bother. We did, however, on our last night, go to the restaurant for an evening meal. White plastic tables and chairs with as much charm and ambiance as a doctor's surgery. The food, on the other hand, was superb - absolutely no complaint there. Halfway through the meal, a server opened or closed a fridge door incorrectly and 15 to 20 bottles of beer smashed on the tiled floor. You can imagine how loud that was and how startled and shocked the diners were! The cost of 25 euros per night to park the car is absolutely exorbitant and combined with all the other disappointments - well, we will not be returning. We visit Sitges frequently - unfortunately for Melia, we will be trying one of the many other four star hotels in the area. We enjoy luxury hotels and don't mind paying for the little extras in a four star, quality establishment. The Melia Sitges is neither.…
Hotel was around 20 min walk from the city centre. Hotel had a nice pool with sunbeds. Breakfast was good but very busy, a lot of people. The baked beans were horrible, do not recommend. The phone in the room was very dusty, they need to work on cleaning the phones. Also the sound on the phones was bad, when ringing reception or other rooms there was a lound sound in the background I could not communicate well.