The hotel rooms are accessed through reception, manned 24 hours
a day. The hotel meets all relevant fire, health and safety regulations.
Balcony terraces and the consumption of alcohol form the
greatest potential risks.
Sitges is a quiet mainly family-orientated resort, but can
become lively at the weekends and during the summer.
British electrical appliances, e.g. hairdryers, must only be used with
approved plug adaptors.
No smoking in hotel rooms.
Students will not be allowed to invite 'guests' from outside the party back
to the hotel. They will be refused entry.
Any damage to hotel furnishings or fittings must be reported immediately to a
member of staff and then to hotel management.
Staff rooms will be dispersed among those of students to ensure broadest
monitoring and availability in an emergency.
All rooms to be allocated on one floor if at all possible.
Staff will enforce agreed 'bedtimes' and ensure that students are settled
when lights go out.
Students warned to be vigilant on roads.
Clear 'ground rules' will be set on expectations regarding behaviour and
consumption of alcohol. The legal age for purchasing alcoholic drinks is 18.
Girls in particular to be advised on how to deal with unwanted attention in
the street or on the beach.
Students advised to wear appropriate dress and to avoid drawing unwanted
attention to themselves by their behaviour.
Risk of minor injury e.g. twisting ankles, scratches from vegetation and