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Colonna Hotel Du Golf£93
This family-friendly Olbia hotel is located near the airport, within 1 mi (2 km) of Fausto Noce Park, Basilica of San Simplicio and National Archaeological Museum ...
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Olbia - Sardinia£76
Hotel Abi d'Oru£434
Grand Hotel President Olbia£100
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The pretty harbour town of Olbia is ideal if you’re looking for an authentic and affordable Sardinian holiday, away from the glitzy resorts of nearby Costa Smeralda and Porto Cervo.
Olbia is one of the main gateways to this beautiful Italian island, but its combination of fine, sandy beaches, shady piazzas and ancient architecture make it well worth a visit in its own right.
Hotels in Olbia cater to a range of travellers. You can take your pick from family-friendly options with plenty of distractions for the kids to luxurious spa hotels, built for indulgent rest and relaxation. If you’re a beach lover, you’ll also find plenty of places to stay within easy reach of Olbia’s sandy shores.
There’s a good choice of accommodation in the town’s historic centre. It’s the perfect base for seafront strolls past boat-packed marinas and for exploring ancient sites like the 11th-century Basilica of San Simplicio.
A popular option is the four-star Hotel Panorama. Its sea views are spectacular and the Turkish Hammam is a big draw for spa lovers. If you’re travelling as a family, try the contemporary Jazz Hotel. Kids can splash around in the outdoor pool, while mums and dads enjoy the poolside bar and take advantage of the hotel’s babysitting service.
If you’re looking for sun and sea, there are lots of Olbia hotels close to the town beaches. The Pittulongu area, to the north of the town centre, makes a good base. The adult-only Pelican Beach Resort and Spa sits right on the shore, offering easy access to its own beach.
Or try the welcoming three-star Hotel Abbaruja. It’s 0.6 miles (1km) from Pittulongu beach – a popular spot for both waters ports enthusiasts and laid-back sunbathers – and close to lots of taverns, pizzerias and beach bars.
For a quirky seaside stay, book in to the Hotel Stefania Boutique Hotel by the Beach. Colourful, individually decorated rooms, bubbling hot tubs and comfortable sun-loungers make it a great choice for a truly relaxing beach break.
Olbia’s beaches are ideal for family getaways. Head south to Le Saline beach and Porto Istana for miles of soft white sand and turquoise water – perfect for swimming, sunbathing and beach games.
For thrilling aquatic adventures, take a trip to Aquadream water park, 20 miles (32km) north of Olbia. Kids (and adventurous grown-ups) can zip down slides, drift in blow-up rings and bounce on trampolines. But if that all sounds a bit energetic, there’s also a large relaxation area where you can work on your tan under the warm Italian sun.
For a holiday experience that’s fun for everybody, book into one of the many family-friendly hotels in Olbia. Alongside large and comfortable family rooms, many provide facilities like football pitches, tennis courts and swimming pools to keep younger travellers amused.
There is a vast range of reasonably priced accommodation in Olbia. If you’re travelling on a budget, you’ll find plenty of good-quality three-star hotels in and around the town offering rooms from around £80 per night, and sometimes much less.
But the bulk of Olbia’s hotels are rated four-star, with rooms that can average around £100 per night. For a truly luxurious stay, there are a handful of five-star hotels in Olbia, where a night's accommodation is likely to start from £150.
Olbia is a convenient location for business travellers. As one of Sardinia’s main transport hubs, it has good access to the airport and ferry station.
Virtually all hotels in Olbia are equipped with Wifi, while many also have their own business centres, where you can find all the office facilities you’ll need to work in peace. Many business hotels in Olbia also allow you to book meeting rooms, conference spaces and limousine services. Of course, this is primarily a leisure destination, so if you get the chance for some downtime you'll be well-set-up to make the most of it.
If your trip to Sardinia gives you a taste for island life, why not do a bit more Italian island-hopping? Search our hotels in Elba or switch countries and stay at a hotel in Corsica, Sardinia’s French neighbour to the north.