Hotels Near Chiosco Maracana' In Sabaudia Review

5/55 Reviews
We spent a three day holiday at the San Francisco Charming hotel. The location is absolutely amazing. The lake view that we could enjoy from the terrace of our very comfortable room was priceless. The structure of the hotel is simple, but at the same time cool and elegant. The garden, which is undoubtedly the strength of the hotel, is unique. We really enjoyed the rich breakfast in the marvellous garden as well as dining at the excellent restaurant. We truly thank the competent, nice and always available staff. The only remark we feel to raise is about the parking lot. First of all, it is too small and with no canopy. Secondly, you have to share it with the clients of the restaurant that, especially on Saturday nights, tend to park wildly. Therefore, when you get back at night you may have to leave your key car to the receptionist. He/She will park your car as soon as possible.
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4.5/55 Reviews
Tyler Brûlé thought Sabaudia could be Europe’s Palm Springs. This brings it one step closer, with a stylish restaurant and hotel that wouldn’t be out of place in the desert. Fab welcome and restaurant experience. I didn’t get to try the hotel rooms but wish I had, sleeping on firm beds in simple rooms on the beach. I would’ve traded in a heartbeat. Be sure to put on your Sabaudia hot tips.
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5/55 Reviews
We spent a three day holiday at the San Francisco Charming hotel. The location is absolutely amazing. The lake view that we could enjoy from the terrace of our very comfortable room was priceless. The structure of the hotel is simple, but at the same time cool and elegant. The garden, which is undoubtedly the strength of the hotel, is unique. We really enjoyed the rich breakfast in the marvellous garden as well as dining at the excellent restaurant. We truly thank the competent, nice and always available staff. The only remark we feel to raise is about the parking lot. First of all, it is too small and with no canopy. Secondly, you have to share it with the clients of the restaurant that, especially on Saturday nights, tend to park wildly. Therefore, when you get back at night you may have to leave your key car to the receptionist. He/She will park your car as soon as possible.
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FromUS$172.00
4.5/55 Reviews
Tyler Brûlé thought Sabaudia could be Europe’s Palm Springs. This brings it one step closer, with a stylish restaurant and hotel that wouldn’t be out of place in the desert. Fab welcome and restaurant experience. I didn’t get to try the hotel rooms but wish I had, sleeping on firm beds in simple rooms on the beach. I would’ve traded in a heartbeat. Be sure to put on your Sabaudia hot tips.
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4/510 Reviews
This seaside hotel takes one back to the time the structures there were built. I asked the owners and they date from 1930, 1956 and 1966. The place is a bit dated but full of charm and a decor of classic, good taste. The reception personnel were more than kind. Our room was a spacious, airy and clean facility with a fantastic sea view. Due to the fact that we were there at the start of the low season, there were not very many guests present on site. We strolled along the beach and thoroughly enjoyed this very nice hotel even though the outdoor swimming pool was closed. The beds were comfortable and large. We decided to eat dinner in the hotel. I have to admit, the food, service and atmosphere was wonderful. My portion of baked salmon fillets and vegetables was probably one of the tastiest meals I have ever had. It was gourmet +, absolutely delicious! The Chefs there are top notch professionals. This a a quaint. old style and classic hotel. We highly recommend a stay at this place.
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4.1/510 Reviews
We stayed two nights in August 2019 on our way to our next destination. I'm going to start with the negative aspects first: You have to park in a dirt gravel parking lot across the street which was always packed with no parking available. Absolutely no where to put your personals affects in the bathroom or shower. No shelves, no hooks ect.. The shower is probably the tiniest shower I have ever been in and I'm a normal/average sized person and 5' 3". There is no blackout shades/curtains, therefore the sun is at full blast in your room at 6:30am. In addition, cleaning staff was vacuuming at 7:00am in the hallway outside our door. The Television is extremely tiny. In the evening, the amenities shut down really early. The electronic key to access the outdoor beach showers would not work. I had to go to the front desk three times and they treated me like I was stupid and that didn't know how to use the key card. They were a bit rude and I was not rude at all. The card ended up not even being activated and I had to go a wild goose chase to get it resolved. Apparently only one person can activate the key card and he left for the day. Another very nice waiter said he would try fixing it which took almost 30 minutes. The location of the hotel is kind of in the middle of nowhere. All hotels and one restaurant. The positives: The beds were comfortable. The closet was very large which helped since there was no room to put our suitcases anywhere. The hotel was directly on the beach and the beach was fine. The Hotel restaurant was actually very good food. The restaurant diagonal from the hotel was very good as well but the staff was snooty and it did not have a warm welcome feeling. Overall our stay was acceptable not horrible but I would not recommend staying there more than a day or two. I do not plan to go back.
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Asia eCommerce Awards 2019, Hong Kong
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