Lovely hotel which certainly makes the most of its great position. We were given an upgrade on check in from a junior suite to a full terrace suite. The terrace was huge, with great lounging furniture and panoramic sea views.
Breakfast and dinner were good, although breakfast service/buffet refill was a bit slow. The location although beautiful is rather isolated so ideal for relaxation, and it does have quite a bit to keep you occupied at the hotel, but not for local facilities. The indoor pool was not heated, which was a shame for off season.
Overall a pleasant staff and a great hotel - clean, classy and with a stunning outlook.
Mediterranean-style hotel on Nymph’s Bay in North-West Sardinia, three kilometres from the ancient Nuraghe di Palmaver. The …More
Great little hotel close to the old town and beach both about 10 minutes walk away.
Good buffet breakfast and very helpful staff.
Only drawback is the parking which is available but off street so if there is no parking space available
you are out of luck
That in itself is not a reason for not staying here as it is a great hotel in probably the best town in Sardinia
"Clean hotel and room with great staff + restaurant"
Stayed here for a full week during first week of October 2015. Room was very clean and had all the basic needs for a hotel room (except hot water kettle or coffee machine). Bathroom was a decent size and thankfully had a shower instead of bath. The mattress was a bit hard for my liking. The room heating via aircon was not working for most of the week despite asking reception to increase the temperature range (it showed it was 23 degree C but that was how it felt). Additional blankets did the job of staying warm at night. FYI, it was around 25 degrees C outside.
The hotel facilities are good with a big and deep pool, tennis courts and private beach. As the hotel is quite remote, I would recommend the half board option if you can. The menu is not only different every day, but also very good quality, even for my vegetarian wife. Breakfast is basic but good and will fill you up nicely to skip lunch. Plus, champagne was delivered for my birthday.
A rental car is recommended due to remote location and especially out of high season (after 01 Oct), as bus services are reduced dramatically. If you are flying with Ryanair, book a car through them; normal prices for a small car are about 70-75 Euro per day and 150 Euro for 3 days, but with Ryanair we booked a Fiat 500 (very spacious inside even for 6'2" guy) for only 85 Euros for 3 days. And you will want to explore the many beautiful, remote beaches and the northern hills and winding roads between Sassari and Olbia (2.5-3 hours).
The 4 star Hotel Corte Rosada is located in the charming bay of Porto Conte straight on a sandy beach, in a gorgeous …More
Great location, lovely staff and very convenient. If you don't want to use the car, you've got everything there: swimming pools, restaurant and bars and the beach just across the road. The breakfast buffet is impressive. You need the car to get into Alghero (or walk for about 30 minutes) e for some exploring (highly recommended!), as local transport is not very reliable. The area is beautiful and some fabulous beaches are a short drive away. We'd definitely go back to this hotel.
The Oasis Hotel is a welcoming hotel in Alghero , offering excellent-value-for-money beach holiday accommodation in …More
Junior suite is a must, views to die for. Staff all great. Only comments are 1. more hanging space for clothes needed 2. need milk in room to go with tea and coffee facilities. Definitely coming back !
The Catalunya is a modern 4 Star hotel located in front of the tourist port in the beautiful town of Alghero within walking …More
Beautiful hotel, set in beautiful grounds with incredible views of the sunset. Staff were all very friendly and helpful with everything we needed (booking restaurants, bus timetables, ordering taxis etc). Also the food in the restaurant was some of the best we had during our stay - and they do a daily 4 course menu for 25 Euros - incredible value. Eating meals on the terrace with the lovely view over the pool and the sea was one of the best parts of our trip.
The worst thing I can say is that the shower kept running hot and cold, but it really didnt matter too much (neither scalding or freezing). The room was spacious as was the bathroom and they provide beach towels which are changed daily.
Its about a half mile walk to the old town, past lots of stalls in the evening which were nice to browse. There's access to the sea from the hotel, via the rock platforms and you can also borrow snorkell and flippers from the pool area. If you want sandy beach, there's a free beach about 2 mins walk from the hotel or for the sunbeds and parasols it's about a mile walk along the seafront.
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The summer property of the Italian Royal Family until 1940, Villa Las Tronas Hotel & Spa is today a deluxe 5-star hotel in …More
Its long sandy beach backed by pine trees, Alghero combines medieval old town charm with all the attractions of a stylish seaside resort. Al fresco bars and restaurants and boutiques sit happily between Alghero’s seven defence towers, its Gothic cathedral and a host of palazzi and churches. On the waterfront is a working fishing fleet, a marina and boat trips (Neptune’s Cave is recommended). Water sports include diving along the Coral Riviera.
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