Hotel PortAventura is the headline hotel at the resort, and is also the most generic. Supposedly themed around a small fishing village, it’s minimalistic to say the least, and there’s no cartoonish, over-the-top scenery to be afraid of here. The 500 rooms are spread across a wide area in the style of villas, mainly surrounding the centrepiece swimming pool, which is split up into multiple lagoons and beautifully surrounded by flora.
The hotel also offers a sauna and a jacuzzi, and for the fitness addicts it houses a gym and a tennis court. The selection of restaurants is impressive; there are two buffet-style outlets, perfect for the kids, an Italian that is open for lunch and dinner, a pool side cafe for lunch time snacks, and the very classy Cascada, which is ideal for couples. Like all the other hotels, the park is just a few minutes’ walk away, although Hotel PortAventura is the closest of all of them by just a small margin.