This wonderfully set hotel hidden in the mountains of north east Sardinia is a great place to stay. but do yourself a favour & go half-board as the chef is excellent. The views from the restaurant are breath taking which makes the excellent food even more enjoyable. The breakfast selection is extensive and what you expect from high class hotels
The outside pool is split in to two with a mini-waterfall connecting them which makes it perfect for kids.
Its the perfect place for a romantic getaway .
You need a car if you stay here as the main beach at Baja Sardinia is 2km away however they do offer a daily transfer to this beach.
Traveller from Bristol UK
Nestled among the granite stones and Mediterranean vegetation, it is a peaceful oasis near the glamorous Porto Cervo and …More
We spent 1 week here end of septembre and it was a very nice place to stay. You find everything you need for having nice holidays. The pools and the beaches are really nice. You can have great cocktails with a beautiful vue on the sea. I don't know if it was because it was septembre but it was quiet and so really good place if you need to relax. Baja Sardinia is a small town but you get everything you need to have good time. The centre is at 5 min by foot from the hotel and you find restaurant and good ice cream seller.
Claire from London
Large beachfront hotel set on pink granite terraces descending to the beach, 200 metres from the centre of Baja Sardinia …More
"If your looking for relaxation escape to the beach"
Highly recommend this hotel even if your travelling alone.I found the front of house staff,day/night extremely friendly.
I did incur a few problems nothing major with the help of the staff they were quickly rectified.
Breakfast was a selection buffet style catering for most tastes.There was always someone to take care of any
wishes,questions. I would recommend speaking Italian is definitely the way forward.With my mixture of Spanish and
German I managed to communicate.Shortly before my holiday I tried to learn the basics which did help.
Located near the hotel is a selection of shops,purchases can be made at an inexpensive cost to re-stock your
fridge found in every room.Beware..fridge contents is not free,I took everything out.
The rooms were cleaned every day if you needed anything extra they would do there best.
I also had access to their lap-top so general communication was maintained as my son promptly told me he'd
sold the house...joke.
Although the hotel is set back from the road it can be a little noisy so I would recommend your room be at the back.
The actual rooms are of a staggered design as you will see on their web-site.
Eating out can be expensive so do your homework first.The cost of a beverage can vary,cocktails were expensive.
There was no entertainment at the hotel but you could hear music playing along the promenade.Otherwise a short
drive away there were bars and discos for the younger generation.
The hotel is positioned extremely well, close to Baja Sardinia few minutes drive to the best beaches of Costa Smeralda. However the hotel has quaint facilities, which show that it must have been a great hotel during the 80's - and few maintenance work has been taken since. Our room was overlooking the sea, and I can assure that during sunset the view was wonderful! The famous Phi Beach next door was not annoying as mentioned in other reviews, they had good music until midnight, which I didn't mind - was nice thinking that people were spending €50 for two glass of wine to see the sunset I could comfortably see from my room's balcony! In conclusions: I recommend this good-value-for-money hotel, if you have a car and you plan to explore Costa Smeralda (and don't spend all your holiday inside the hotel). Only annoying thing: Expedia did not mention (at least not on the price page when I was to book my stay) that you are expected to pay €6 per day each once you get there. I hate hidden cost and there it was: apparently was a fee for the use of swimming pool&beach of the hotel.
Traveller from UK
Pretty bungalows set in 15 hectares of rocky greenery and Mediterranean thicket, situated 200 metres from the beach.Bungalows …More
This elegant resort on the Golfo di Arzachena is well endowed with luxury hotels. Fanning out over a wide bay with a fine, sandy beach, Baia Sardinia is especially popular with families. The Aquadream water park has slides and chutes for thrills and spills and the beaches nearby are excellent for windsurfing. Nearby too are important Nuraghi remains, including Coddu Vecchiu, one of the best-preserved giants’ tombs.
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