- Reviews: 118
Cala di Volpe: Bond on the beach
We heard about this stunning 5 star hotel before we left for Sardinia, and planned to spend a night in the bar - it not only looked a great hotel but they also filmed some scenes from the Wizard of Oz here and part of "The Spy Who Loved Me" Bond movie with Roger Moore.
Fortunately we never made it to the bar - a waiter in our hotel who once worked there warned us about the cost of drinks (apparently it's not unusual to spend 25 euros on 1 drink, with wines exceeding 1000 euros a bottle). Wisely then, we decided to sneek in and have a look gratis-styleeee.
This is a fantastic hotel and worth a look, but you've got to be seriously brewstered to stay here. We dressed up one evening and asked if we could have a look round on the pretence we were thinking of staying there.
Think they rumbled us though....
I'll just get me coat
Private beach, gardens, and amazing mini marina that enables you to step out of your yacht (we had a peddle-oo)... and into the piano bar
- Reviews: 2509
Il Girasole B&B in Cagliari
Sardegna is a huge island and there are many beautiful places to stay. There are also lots of websites with hotel informations, so each and every one has to find his/her suitable place to stay and to enjoy!
We based ourselves in Cagliari and stayed at a wonderful little bed & breakfast called Il Girasole - the Sunflower, a place that we will always return to and that we can wholeheartedly recommend!
Centrally located, friendly, spacious rooms, delicious breakfast and a host who goes out of his way to help you make your stay in Sardegna as enjoyable as possible!
Read more about it in my Cagliari accomodation tip!
- Reviews: 2923
Borgo Antico Hotel, San Pantaleo: And very nice it was too..
This modern hotel consists of only 27 rooms, attractively grouped around the outdoor swimming pool.
The setting is quite charming and well maintained by the relaxed staff.
Being such a small hotel the facilities are somewhat limited compared to bigger hotels, but it easily deserves a rating somewhere between three and four stars.
The village it is set in is up in the mountains and is very must the 'arty' village of Northern Sardinia, with many artist living around the village square.
This place provided an excellent base for us to explore the area .
Some of the rooms lead directly out onto the shady pool area...you can alomost imagine that you are in a private villa !
- Reviews: 4095
Villaggio Club Porto Ainu: Full Board in the Oven
We spent a week in full board at this hotel. Everything was very good except two things:
1 - There was no conditioned air, and how we missed it... We had a rented car, and after lunch, we always went somewhere, basically to cool a bit.
2 - There is not much to see around, except nature, what becomes monotonous.
The beach was warm (with algae everywhere), the animation almost Spanish (and that is a compliment), and the week passed quickly.
- Reviews: 490
L'Ea Bianca Hotel & Luxury Resort: In the middle of a (wonderful) nowhere !
Situated by a remote bay of Baia Sardinia, this rather new hotel (buildt 2008) offers 31 beautifully styled luxury-rooms, junior suites and suites as well as 5 villas.As beautiful the view over its beach might be, so troublesome is it to get there,(one has to cross a small creek and rocks) let alone to walk on the rough and sharp sand (so dont forget your flip-flops!)
People at reception and restaurant are extremely helpful and excellently trained, above all the restaurants Maitre, Sign.Giovanni and the receptionists.
Food tries to meet the hotels 5-star rating, its quality changes from day to day.Very good salads and fish or pastas, cooked al dente-dente (you need very good teeth). Here and with regard to the menue, the chef should undergo some further training
Wines are pricey, even the most simple Sardinian ones are around EUR 50 with no limit above.A 0,7liter mineralwater charged with EUR 10,- seems a bit exaggerated.Nevertheless the mainly younger guests seem to accept those prices with no complaints, due to the advantages of this nice (nearly boutique-like)hotel, whose charm may decrease somewhat in the future, when the adjacent villas or appartments (now under construction) will be ready.
Important: the hotel is remote, so a car is essential.
Room Tip: west-wing has morning-sun, east-wing only after 6pm
Jacuzzi or similar bath-tubs with special functions in most of the rooms
- Reviews: 2149
Casa Speranza / Su Pasiu: Casa Speranza - Muravera
Casa Speranza is sometimes called Su Pasiu, I forgot why! . A wonderful accomodation in Muravera, close to beaches of the Costa Rei. The friendly Irish owner Declan offers diving courses and snorkeling tours, too (plus invaluable tips on local restaurants). The rooms are just marvelous, done in a rustic-country-style. Sensible price level.
- Reviews: 2149
Villa Las Tronas: A villa by the sea
The Villa Las Tronas has once been a resort of the Italian royal family and it is probably the most luxurious hotel Alghero can offer. The rooms are just gorgeous, the service was really good. The hotel has a small park and a seaside terrace with marvelous views on the Mediterranean. It is very conveniently located, you can reach the Old Town of Alghero in about 5 minutes on foot.
It is a bit "posh" yet you never feel out of place! The experience comes at a price (roughly 150,- to 280 € for a double), but if you want to give yourself a real treat (honeymoon), you should think of staying for a night or two. This 5-star-hotel feels just like the posh hotels in the old Agatha Christie-movies (meant as a compliment). Alghero is a very pretty city that should not be missed if you visit Sardegna.
- Reviews: 9
Ca La Somara: Relaxing Accommodation close to Porto Cervo
This place is what Sardinians describe as an Agri-tourismo. Basically a B&B in a quiet country setting that used to be a farm house. This place was an old donkey sanctuary I think. There are different rates of accommodation but we stayed in the old stables area. The room was nicely decorated in a kind of rustic Italian country style. Comfy bed, decent ensuite and a view over to the swimming pool. The breakfast was the best we had had all holiday with homemade jams, a vast array of pastries as well as fruit, cheese, local honey etc etc. The hosts Laura and Alberto are lovely. In the part where we stayed there was a small guest kitchen with a dining area so it meant you could self cater, and there was a fridge to store things in. There is an area called Zona Relax which has comfy chairs and hammocks for you to sleep in. This is a totally relaxing place to stay and we would return without hesitation.
Apart from the hammock area this is one of the few agri-tourismo's that have a pool and it is a lovely one too. There are also donkeys in the nearby field. It is well located for driving around the Costa Smerelda and to places like Porto Cervo and the surrounding area. We had a wonderful time here and recommend it to anyone.
- Reviews: 847
Hotel Cervo: Costa Smeralda Accomodation
Situated in the center of Porto Cervo Village - the heart of the Costa Smeralda - and facing the famous Piazzetta, the hotel features all the services and amenities Sheraton guests have come to expect.
92 freshly decorated guest rooms in typical Sardinian style include two suites, four junior suites, and 16 additional rooms in the exclusive Tennis Clubhouse.
With its marina, sport clubs, shopping promenade, luxurious boutiques, and exciting nightlife, Porto Cervo is the ideal setting for short breaks or longer vacations.
Everything you would expect of 5 Star accomodation
- Reviews: 9
Hotel San Francesco: Stay in Alghero Old Town
The only place to stay when you are in Alghero is in the old town. From what we saw of the new part when you drive in from the airport this is by far the better option. You can stay by the beach amongst all the other beach front hotels, but if you prefer to be in the middle of the higgledy piggledy old town then this is for you. Hotel San Francesco is actually part of the San Francecso Cattedrale, and the rooms are all part of the cloisters. Rooms are basic, simply furnished and clean with an ensuite. It is all you need really, as you will want to get out and about. Breakfast is served in the cloister area looking down onto the courtyard, which is framed with brightly coloured geraniums. It is very, very peaceful and a different type of place to stay. Breakfast is bog standard Italian style, choice of pastries and peach melba type toast things, but good coffee.
Staff were very friendly and obviously the location in the old town, as well as it being part of a cathedral are what sets it apart. There is parking in the garage next door, but one word of advice, the hotel is located down a very narrow road, with just enough room to drive one car down. Manouvering the car into the garage can be quite amusing! Alternatively if you are only staying one night you can park up in the car park by the marina and carry your overnight bags if they are not too heavy.
- Reviews: 9
Agriturismo Ca'La Somara: A Donkey of a Place to Stay
Once a sheep and donkey farm, this converted barn Agriturismo is a wonderful place to stay for a relaxing holiday. The owners have put in a lot of love and care into the rooms which are either en-suite or shared. Don't forget to try the home cooked dinners, they reel in island locals and most nights are booked!
Great views of the mountains and the countryside. A pool is on hand, but the beaches are never far!
- Reviews: 40
Cooperativa Enis Monte Maccione: Oliena Accomodation
I've been there once some time ago, i sleeped and eated very well! They offer accomodations in a 3 stars hotel at very reasonable prices, but you can also decide to rent a placement for your tent only, or have breakfast and half board. Location is great and I remember the personel is kind and helpful.
The restaurant offers differents menu, traditional from sardinian territory but also gluten free and pizzeria. They offers guided on foot or 4x4 excursions in Supramonte, rock walls equipped for Free Climbing,
ecologic, educational and social tourism with qualified guides.
- Reviews: 140
Tenuta Pilastru: Agritourismo Hotel
We had a wonderful time. We stayed in the off season, just a week before Easter. The accommodation was so affordable!! 70 Euro a night for a really sweet room with two queen-sized beds. The building exteriors are rustic and the interiors are very comfortable. They've been updated with a lot of attention to detail. We were spoiled here. We had intended on staying one night but stayed two.
The restaurant serves locally raised organic food. Everything was delicious. We arrived late the first night and had a 'small' dinner of appetizers. It was much more food than we had imagined, expected. The price did not reflect the amount of food we were served, well, not for any western Europeans. 20 Euro each for plenty of food and wine. The service was wonderful. The place has a wonderful vibe to it and everyone working there seems very happy. They are very helpful.
This is an agricultural tourism hotel/pension. Situated on a small hill, rural countryside of somewhat rocky ondulating/rolling bumps of hills surrounds the place.
- Reviews: 140
Sa Fossa Bed & Breakfast: A great stay nearby Olbia
This bed and breakfast is a little more rustic than Tenuta Pilastru. It is very clean however and the food is AMAZING! The family that runs the place is very friendly and accommodating. We had a surprisingly lovely stay here when all we were looking for was some place in the general vicinity of the Olbia airport for our departure the next day.
The B&B is far up a hillside and is a little bit of a drive from the highway. It's a worthwhile drive. The countryside is breathtaking. It reminded me of the countryside around Ventura, California. —Except here there were no large real estate developments. We took an afternoon walk along nearby dirt roads. Oh, yes, the roads on the property are dirt roads, very hard dirt roads. Our little rental car made it w/o a problem.
Great location. Delicious food, locally grown. Fresh, made that day, ricotta cheese. -to die for.
- Reviews: 361
Cigno Bianco: Camping close to Tortoli
We stayed there in the middle of September and they were already kind of closing up. We did not mind as it was very peaceful this way. However you could not rely on the shop/bar/restaurant being open. Which was a bit of a negative experience for us.
The camping was however the cleanest I have seen so for on the island. Especially the showers and toilets.
Playground was OK for the kids (just a bit of too many mosquitoes there). Lots of shade, fire pits.
Staff not very helpful.
They have bungalows and mobile homes as well.
We paid for 4/ Tent/ Car and power for 5 nights 112 Euros.
Right on the beach. Closest spots to ocean are in the sand as well. So we really had a beach camping holiday experience. Just outside the camping are a few deck chairs for free use.
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