No coffee making facilities in room , the weather was very poor during our stay, meaning venturing outside the hotel was not a option Porta Cervo was what. I would class as closed, designer village closed for the total 4 day stay. However only a single bar which was empty and a single restaurant. Then there’s the cost , I can only describe as senseless, yes I know the area is expensive, however we could walk down the road and buy drinks at half the price. If the hotels price was sensible I am sure it would encourage guests to stay in the hotel and spend.
We used the restaurant once in the evening, all I can say Wes our food was good but cold, ended up swallowing down and not enjoying it as it was that cold. parking 30 euros a day, off peak, also a joke.
Yes I will go to Sardinia again, not in May, it’s all about the beaches, which high winds and clouds, rain most off the week, Sardinia has nothing else to eat.
Ps. We booked a superior room which was so small we could walk past each other and we are both small people , we questioned if we were in a superior room and told yes, superior simply means sea view and a very small terrace, however 5 mins later we we contacted by reception and moved to another room , yes slightly bigger with a small sofa bed in 1 room and our double bed in another, The terrace was also bigger. However it was still small in general as I think all the rooms are. I would say most travellodges in the UK offer more room.