Hotels Near La Tonnara Beach

Hotels Near La Tonnara Beach In Bonifacio

4.7/5Outstanding10 Reviews
4.41km from downtown
Very friendly host welcomed us to the place. Beautiful and cute spot superb for relaxing.. Not to far from Bonafacio.. Steep entrance to drive in :) The breakfast was a little bit limited but nicely presented.
FromUS$160
4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
4.52km from downtown
Offering a garden with a heated outdoor pool and a bar, Hôtel Padolo is located in the south of Corsica, in the town of Bonifacio. A hot tub is available at an extra charge. The property features free WiFi access and free on-site parking for guests arriving by car.The private bathrooms come with a shower and free toiletries.Snacks are available.Hôtel Padolo is an 8-minute drive from Bonifacio Port and 4 km from the King Aragon Steps. For guests who enjoy golf, the Sperone Golf Course is an 18-minute drive away.Figari Sud-Corse Airport is situated just 17 km from the property.
FromUS$76
4/5Very Good10 Reviews
5.42km from downtown
I booked to stay here with my elderly father and 10 year old daughter. It was a last minute booking . Upon arrival the lady at reception very kindly switched our house to one more suitable for my father who cannot walk far. We were also offered assistance to the pool by a very friendly man (I’m so sorry I didn’t ask for your name but you were very kind!) The résidence was so sweet & charming , the pool was lovely and clean . The house was perfect to accommodate us . I did read complaints about the bathroom.. it was small and a little camping car style but it didn’t bother us because there were so many other positives. I didn’t mind cleaning up the house after our stay either, leaving it in the same condition we found it seemed very fair to me . The value for money was also reasonable considering every else I checked last minute in Bonifacio was double the price. Thank you once again and to anyone planing on booking I hope you have a lovely time !
FromUS$84
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
5.52km from downtown
We arrived at 3 pm as planned with the owner. We were very warmly greeted and shown our 2 rooms - one facing east and parking, the other facing west and gardens. A couple of onsite cats were entertaining too! Marius arranged transportation for us to return our rental car at the somewhat inconvenient location of Figari airport; driver arrived on the minute planned. Same driver took us to the ferry port next morning early, and again was spot on time. Marius makes a very good fresh fruit salad with the expanded continental breakfast. Sadly, we did not have warm enough weather to enjoy the beautiful pool. Rooms include mini-fridge which are very convenient when on Corsican road trips. Only thing we would change is for a bigger garbage can in the room-how small an issue is that? We all loved Casa Martini!
FromUS$98
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
5.53km from downtown
We really enjoyed our stay here while visiting Corsica in late June. The rooms were really nice and the property was very pretty, quiet and relaxing. We loved drinking wine on our private patio before leaving for dinner in the evening. The breakfast was delicious - made to order eggs, bacon, yummy croissants, fresh squeezed orange juice and coffee all served on your private patio. The property is a less than 5 minute drive to the old town of Bonifacio which proved to be really helpful because the traffic going in and out of the town during the day is very congested. Lots of tour buses. We would visit the nearby gorgeous beaches during the day and go into the old town of Bonifacio for dinner in the evening when there was no traffic. It worked out perfectly. The hotels in the old town are extremely pricey so fighting traffic would not be good. This place is a tremendous value for the money and I would highly recommend to anyone.
FromUS$124
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
5.54km from downtown
We visited for a two night stay in the low season, mid March. The hotel was very quiet and we were upgraded to a fabulous room. Wonderful bathroom, lovely shower & spa bath with L’Occitane complimentary toiletries. Comfortable bed & very clean room. Small fridge and kettle with tea & coffee. Some lovely little details to the room, including a tree! Room 105. I am sure other rooms are nice & have their own individual finishing touches. We had a terrace overlooking the herb & vegetable garden which was very pleasant. The hotel offered a safe place for our mountain bikes to be stored during our stay. We had dinner in the restaurant, there was a limited menu as we were the only diners and the food was delicious with very friendly service. Breakfast was not included and we had this the first morning but declined the second as we felt quite pricey for what we were served. Unfortunately, we did not see the hotel at its best as the outside space & pool looked like in the summer months a great place to be. We will have to go back. Overall a very pleasant stay and would highly recommend this hotel. Merci beaucoup!
FromUS$195
4.5/5Excellent22 Reviews
5.4km from downtown
My wife and I had a fantastic time during our stay at Domaine de Laforest. We were there for a week and could have easily stayed an additional week and never would have been bored. The country side and towns are quaint and beautiful. There are numerous historical sites within the Provence that are well worth seeing and if you want a break you can relax by the pool at the Domaine de Laforest. The property and our gite were extremely nice. Sylvie is a fantastic person and very helpful. She arranged for her father to take us to Arles so we could rent a vehicle which, you really need to be able to see the different sites. Also, Sylvie arranged for a taxi to pick us up at our Gite at 5:15 in the morning to take us to the train station. We very much appreciated her helping to make our trip as enjoyable as possible. We will definitely come back again and stay for a longer time. I highly recommend staying at the Domaine de Laforest.
FromUS$112
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
5.75km from downtown
“We put into that port, so well-known amongst sailors: where sheer double cliffs, with no gaps, encircle the harbor and two headlands squeeze the narrow entrance in their grasp.” “Homer, “Odyssey,” Chapter X. During all our days of driving along the Corsican “carousel” that we developed trying not miss any of the main sites, we were falling deeper and deeper in love with the raw beauty of this island. But we left our hearts in Bonifacio. This stunning city presides over the most beautiful harbor in Corsica, arguably admired by Homer and described in his “Odyssey.” Was Homer the first Bonifacio tourist? Homer or not, Bonifacio is simply breathtaking. Spreading over the top of limestone cliffs, the city owes its jaw-dropping magnificence to the medieval fortress and upper town houses that look toward Sardinia on one side and over its picture-perfect harbor on the other. According to historical records, Bonifacio as a city was born in 828 CE, when Marquis of Tuscany, named Bonifacio, was passing by that location returning from his African expedition. He decided to develop a fortified harbor town there and for almost three centuries the Pisans ruled the city. The Genoese came at the end of the 1100s and built their impressive fortress overlooking the sea. Whether the rulers were from Pisa or Genoa, the city lived by the two main industries: fishing and piracy. Even though by the end of the 1790s, Bonifacio, just like the rest of the island, fell under the French rule, it still feels more Italian than French, and is definitely different from the rest of Corsica. For our first trip to Bonifacio we chose hotel Cala di Greco as our home. Less than 10 minutes driving from Marina will bring you into a diffirent world, but you really need to know how and where to look for it. Old stone walls and massive wooden gates have no sign and seem to belong to a medieval mansion. Inside the gates, a primeval Corsican landscape with a rusty fishing boat under the tree reminds you that this world is surrounded by the sea. Be prepared for a stark contrast, for soon the landscape of scrubs will change into a group of villas, each behind its white wall, each within its own secluded world, complete with an enclosed courtyard, a patio, and a terrace. The hotel defines elegance and refinement: we had a junior suite, tasteful, spacious and comfortable. Our bedroom opened into a small terrace where we liked to drink Corsican Rose with terrific cheese from a local farm. I think I can still feel the taste of both in my mouth. The hotel’s pools are heated to almost 80 deg. F and are exceptionally beautiful. We especially liked the infinity pool with its breathtaking view of the city across the bay. That was a great location to enjoy the hotel’s wonderful breakfast. But we loved most to spend our late evenings there, breathing the sea air and absorbing the magical beauty in front of us as the sun was disappearing behind the horizon. The entire staff was high
FromUS$177
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
5.78km from downtown
We had three nights at Poisson Rouge and it was a lovely start to our stay in Corsica. It is a bit difficult to find at first but once you have it is very conviently placed to explore Bonifacio and the surrounding area. The room was clean with a lovely outdoor terrace. Breakfasts were good - the usual, bread, jams, cheese etc. The pool area was lovely. We opted for half board and enjoyed dinner there. It is served every night at 20:30. Valentina’s father is a fisherman and she cooks delicious dinners. The prawns in particular were delicious! Don’t forget to bring towels for the pool as they aren’t provided in the room. Overall a very pleasing stay.
FromUS$125
4.7/5Outstanding10 Reviews
5.9km from downtown
This is by far the best place we have stayed at in Corsica. This hotel is in a quite isolated picturesque area and had a touch of maison d’hôtes, this personal touch that I absolutely adore. The staff were ever so attentive, helpful and welcoming, the breakfast spread was a feast, there are homemade dishes for people who wish to order snacks / lunch /dinner.. I was a bit sick and I felt really looked after thanks to the staff, special mention to Emilie :) The room is very comfortable and clean. There is a nice beach close by (car needed) and/or you can enjoy the infinity pool. I wish we stayed longer! Thank you Hotel Version Maquis!
FromUS$171
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
6.56km from downtown
We visited last month and stayed in the ‘annex’ by the port, with the main hotel rooms, pool etc. up a rather big cliff. Upon booking we were informed that this would be suitable for the 5 of us and the hotel offered a free shuttle up to the main hotel if we wanted to go for breakfast or use the pool. Unfortunately we were greeted by a member of staff who didn’t seem to know what he was doing- no formal check-in or passports taken etc. No room tour or instruction on how to use the electronic gates to park and no mention of a shuttle to the main hotel. We had to ask him how to get to the hotel and he simply told us we go up the stairs and it’s at the top, which was not the case at all. We had to go right to the top and walk through a few streets and make several turnings before actually reaching the hotel. We asked about the shuttle service at reception and they seemed very reluctant and told us that the car only seats 4 people despite them saying it would be fine previously when they knew there were 5 of us. Breakfast was also highly disappointing. Not many hygiene measures were in place, with food out on display and nobody wearing masks really when they were serving themselves. We arrived for breakfast at around 10, and it finished at 11, but there was hardly anything left and we had to ask if we wanted anything else and then it took another 20 minutes to cook. The waitress who laid the table and served us did not take many safety precautions either and we did not see her clean her hands once even after pushing chairs in, writing things down and laying our table with her hands on the insides of our cups and all over our cutlery. It seems that a lot of the staff were quite inexperienced particularly some of the waiters in the restaurant which we ate at one evening. He was very blunt and quite rude and didn’t do anything or even apologise when we asked why the pasta was tagliatelle when the menu said farfalle. The pool area wasn’t great either with smashed glass that had not been cleaned up for several hours and a bag of what looked like rotting fruit left near the restaurant area which many members of staff had walked past but not bothered to clear up. The pool didn’t have enough sun beds either to accommodate everybody. Despite this, the room was nice and the cleaning was excellent. What was left of the food at breakfast was good but overall we were very unimpressed with the quality of staff at Hotel Genovese, the welcome we received and the false information about the shuttle bus.
FromUS$182
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
6.66km from downtown
Stayed at Le Centre Nautique for 3 nights with my boyfriend and parents. Very clean hotel rooms. I booked two rooms. We were given the top floor (3 flights of stairs). The hotel does not elevator. Our bags were brought up to our rooms. The rooms were specious and modern. They provide toothbrushes, sewing kit, shaver and shaving cream. The room can actually accommodate 4 people because of the sofa bed in the sitting area. There are two separate toilets, shower, kitchenette, and bathtub. The bed was very comfortable. The hotel has its own parking lot on the side of the building. It is very easy to go in and out of the marina/port from the hotel parking lot. This is important as Bonifacio is full of tourists. The sister hotel is on the top of the Citadel and you are allowed to park at the hotel if you decide to use their swimming pool or want to drive up to the Town Center. Just ask the front desk to call the Hotel Genovese in advance to hold a parking spot. All staff at the hotel are very friendly and welcoming. All speak English so communication is very good. Laetitia was extremely helpful to us during our stay. She suggested good restaurants and nice beaches. Highly recommend the hotel if you like modern and enjoy the comfort of 5 Star hotel.
FromUS$288

Hotels Near La Tonnara Beach In Bonifacio Review

4.6/510 Reviews
This small boutique hotel was perfect. The staff always went above and beyond! Not only were they there to take care of your requests they also provide a shuttle into town! The breakfast buffet was superb! The rooms are modern and lovely. The bed was so comfortable. Our room had a gorgeous private view. Apparently a spa is under construction - which will be great. We had dinner one night and it was a great meal. This is wonderful place to relax and unwind in a luxurious fashion. I wouldn't stay anywhere else in Corsica! thank you to the team and especially Anna-Sophia for treating us so well.
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FromUS$257
4.5/510 Reviews
We visited last month and stayed in the ‘annex’ by the port, with the main hotel rooms, pool etc. up a rather big cliff. Upon booking we were informed that this would be suitable for the 5 of us and the hotel offered a free shuttle up to the main hotel if we wanted to go for breakfast or use the pool. Unfortunately we were greeted by a member of staff who didn’t seem to know what he was doing- no formal check-in or passports taken etc. No room tour or instruction on how to use the electronic gates to park and no mention of a shuttle to the main hotel. We had to ask him how to get to the hotel and he simply told us we go up the stairs and it’s at the top, which was not the case at all. We had to go right to the top and walk through a few streets and make several turnings before actually reaching the hotel. We asked about the shuttle service at reception and they seemed very reluctant and told us that the car only seats 4 people despite them saying it would be fine previously when they knew there were 5 of us. Breakfast was also highly disappointing. Not many hygiene measures were in place, with food out on display and nobody wearing masks really when they were serving themselves. We arrived for breakfast at around 10, and it finished at 11, but there was hardly anything left and we had to ask if we wanted anything else and then it took another 20 minutes to cook. The waitress who laid the table and served us did not take many safety precautions either and we did not see her clean her hands once even after pushing chairs in, writing things down and laying our table with her hands on the insides of our cups and all over our cutlery. It seems that a lot of the staff were quite inexperienced particularly some of the waiters in the restaurant which we ate at one evening. He was very blunt and quite rude and didn’t do anything or even apologise when we asked why the pasta was tagliatelle when the menu said farfalle. The pool area wasn’t great either with smashed glass that had not been cleaned up for several hours and a bag of what looked like rotting fruit left near the restaurant area which many members of staff had walked past but not bothered to clear up. The pool didn’t have enough sun beds either to accommodate everybody. Despite this, the room was nice and the cleaning was excellent. What was left of the food at breakfast was good but overall we were very unimpressed with the quality of staff at Hotel Genovese, the welcome we received and the false information about the shuttle bus.
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FromUS$182
4.5/510 Reviews
We arrived at 3 pm as planned with the owner. We were very warmly greeted and shown our 2 rooms - one facing east and parking, the other facing west and gardens. A couple of onsite cats were entertaining too! Marius arranged transportation for us to return our rental car at the somewhat inconvenient location of Figari airport; driver arrived on the minute planned. Same driver took us to the ferry port next morning early, and again was spot on time. Marius makes a very good fresh fruit salad with the expanded continental breakfast. Sadly, we did not have warm enough weather to enjoy the beautiful pool. Rooms include mini-fridge which are very convenient when on Corsican road trips. Only thing we would change is for a bigger garbage can in the room-how small an issue is that? We all loved Casa Martini!
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FromUS$98
4.3/510 Reviews
Overall good ressort. Nice villas overlooking Santa Manza Bay/Maora Plage, 10 mins walk to beach. However, for EUR 260/night we would have expected a bit more: Wifi was non-existant anywhere else than around the pool area. I don’t think it is too much to expect in 2020 to have wifi in your own room and don‘t have to hang out in the common area as suggested by the owner. Apartments are also poorly equipped: no dishsoap, kitchen towels or anything else to do the dishes. Also not quite clear why an additional fee of EUR 40 is charged for cleaning. I would expect any hotel to clean their rooms for the new guests, and this is not Air BnB.
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FromUS$87
4.6/510 Reviews
“We put into that port, so well-known amongst sailors: where sheer double cliffs, with no gaps, encircle the harbor and two headlands squeeze the narrow entrance in their grasp.” “Homer, “Odyssey,” Chapter X. During all our days of driving along the Corsican “carousel” that we developed trying not miss any of the main sites, we were falling deeper and deeper in love with the raw beauty of this island. But we left our hearts in Bonifacio. This stunning city presides over the most beautiful harbor in Corsica, arguably admired by Homer and described in his “Odyssey.” Was Homer the first Bonifacio tourist? Homer or not, Bonifacio is simply breathtaking. Spreading over the top of limestone cliffs, the city owes its jaw-dropping magnificence to the medieval fortress and upper town houses that look toward Sardinia on one side and over its picture-perfect harbor on the other. According to historical records, Bonifacio as a city was born in 828 CE, when Marquis of Tuscany, named Bonifacio, was passing by that location returning from his African expedition. He decided to develop a fortified harbor town there and for almost three centuries the Pisans ruled the city. The Genoese came at the end of the 1100s and built their impressive fortress overlooking the sea. Whether the rulers were from Pisa or Genoa, the city lived by the two main industries: fishing and piracy. Even though by the end of the 1790s, Bonifacio, just like the rest of the island, fell under the French rule, it still feels more Italian than French, and is definitely different from the rest of Corsica. For our first trip to Bonifacio we chose hotel Cala di Greco as our home. Less than 10 minutes driving from Marina will bring you into a diffirent world, but you really need to know how and where to look for it. Old stone walls and massive wooden gates have no sign and seem to belong to a medieval mansion. Inside the gates, a primeval Corsican landscape with a rusty fishing boat under the tree reminds you that this world is surrounded by the sea. Be prepared for a stark contrast, for soon the landscape of scrubs will change into a group of villas, each behind its white wall, each within its own secluded world, complete with an enclosed courtyard, a patio, and a terrace. The hotel defines elegance and refinement: we had a junior suite, tasteful, spacious and comfortable. Our bedroom opened into a small terrace where we liked to drink Corsican Rose with terrific cheese from a local farm. I think I can still feel the taste of both in my mouth. The hotel’s pools are heated to almost 80 deg. F and are exceptionally beautiful. We especially liked the infinity pool with its breathtaking view of the city across the bay. That was a great location to enjoy the hotel’s wonderful breakfast. But we loved most to spend our late evenings there, breathing the sea air and absorbing the magical beauty in front of us as the sun was disappearing behind the horizon. The entire staff was high
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FromUS$177
4.5/510 Reviews
We really enjoyed our stay here while visiting Corsica in late June. The rooms were really nice and the property was very pretty, quiet and relaxing. We loved drinking wine on our private patio before leaving for dinner in the evening. The breakfast was delicious - made to order eggs, bacon, yummy croissants, fresh squeezed orange juice and coffee all served on your private patio. The property is a less than 5 minute drive to the old town of Bonifacio which proved to be really helpful because the traffic going in and out of the town during the day is very congested. Lots of tour buses. We would visit the nearby gorgeous beaches during the day and go into the old town of Bonifacio for dinner in the evening when there was no traffic. It worked out perfectly. The hotels in the old town are extremely pricey so fighting traffic would not be good. This place is a tremendous value for the money and I would highly recommend to anyone.
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FromUS$124
4.4/510 Reviews
We had three nights at Poisson Rouge and it was a lovely start to our stay in Corsica. It is a bit difficult to find at first but once you have it is very conviently placed to explore Bonifacio and the surrounding area. The room was clean with a lovely outdoor terrace. Breakfasts were good - the usual, bread, jams, cheese etc. The pool area was lovely. We opted for half board and enjoyed dinner there. It is served every night at 20:30. Valentina’s father is a fisherman and she cooks delicious dinners. The prawns in particular were delicious! Don’t forget to bring towels for the pool as they aren’t provided in the room. Overall a very pleasing stay.
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FromUS$125
4.2/510 Reviews
Extremely well-located in the harbour, next to restaurants, boat and little train tour departures and even next door to a supermarket (35c for 1.5 litre of water). Harbour view room worth splashing out for, junior suite super comfy, spacious and very new-looking (in fairness, we did not need all that space, but it felt good anyway). Very friendly staff - let us store our baggage until the room was available (we arrived early) and worked miracles to get us a taxi on departure day. Nothing is particularly cheap in Bonifacio, but here it was money well spent.
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FromUS$101
4.1/510 Reviews
The hotel is located very close to the Marina and, with its private free parking, is a good accomodation if you're driving a car. Our room was on the first floor and was quite comfortable though the window was facing a wall which was supposed to be a courtyard view. The bathroom and the toilet were 2 different, separated rooms. The walk through shower was huge but the shower bottom was weirdly made with plastic instead of ceramic. Basic toiletries were provided but not replaced once over. Except for that, housekeeping was ok. Full minibar but no glasses provided. There's a small bar on the ground floor. WiFi works quite well. Slightly priced for what it offers but we had a pleasant experience.
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FromUS$103
4/510 Reviews
I booked to stay here with my elderly father and 10 year old daughter. It was a last minute booking . Upon arrival the lady at reception very kindly switched our house to one more suitable for my father who cannot walk far. We were also offered assistance to the pool by a very friendly man (I’m so sorry I didn’t ask for your name but you were very kind!) The résidence was so sweet & charming , the pool was lovely and clean . The house was perfect to accommodate us . I did read complaints about the bathroom.. it was small and a little camping car style but it didn’t bother us because there were so many other positives. I didn’t mind cleaning up the house after our stay either, leaving it in the same condition we found it seemed very fair to me . The value for money was also reasonable considering every else I checked last minute in Bonifacio was double the price. Thank you once again and to anyone planing on booking I hope you have a lovely time !
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FromUS$84
4.5/510 Reviews
Stayed at Le Centre Nautique for 3 nights with my boyfriend and parents. Very clean hotel rooms. I booked two rooms. We were given the top floor (3 flights of stairs). The hotel does not elevator. Our bags were brought up to our rooms. The rooms were specious and modern. They provide toothbrushes, sewing kit, shaver and shaving cream. The room can actually accommodate 4 people because of the sofa bed in the sitting area. There are two separate toilets, shower, kitchenette, and bathtub. The bed was very comfortable. The hotel has its own parking lot on the side of the building. It is very easy to go in and out of the marina/port from the hotel parking lot. This is important as Bonifacio is full of tourists. The sister hotel is on the top of the Citadel and you are allowed to park at the hotel if you decide to use their swimming pool or want to drive up to the Town Center. Just ask the front desk to call the Hotel Genovese in advance to hold a parking spot. All staff at the hotel are very friendly and welcoming. All speak English so communication is very good. Laetitia was extremely helpful to us during our stay. She suggested good restaurants and nice beaches. Highly recommend the hotel if you like modern and enjoy the comfort of 5 Star hotel.
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FromUS$288
4.5/522 Reviews
My wife and I had a fantastic time during our stay at Domaine de Laforest. We were there for a week and could have easily stayed an additional week and never would have been bored. The country side and towns are quaint and beautiful. There are numerous historical sites within the Provence that are well worth seeing and if you want a break you can relax by the pool at the Domaine de Laforest. The property and our gite were extremely nice. Sylvie is a fantastic person and very helpful. She arranged for her father to take us to Arles so we could rent a vehicle which, you really need to be able to see the different sites. Also, Sylvie arranged for a taxi to pick us up at our Gite at 5:15 in the morning to take us to the train station. We very much appreciated her helping to make our trip as enjoyable as possible. We will definitely come back again and stay for a longer time. I highly recommend staying at the Domaine de Laforest.
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FromUS$112
4.3/510 Reviews
Corsica is incredibly special to us and we absolutely love the natural beauty of this area. Make no mistake it is a beautiful spot and we were both so happy and excited for a special trip. The hotel is in a wonderful position with a tiny beach area onto the most beautiful waters. Breakfast is an unmanned buffet (you even have to make you own tea and coffee, we waited on the first morning for ages not realising) €30 extra on top of room rate!! Pool area was beautiful and gardens are well maintained. Service and attitude of staff (not all) was sorely lacking. From the moment we checked in we were told “thank goodness most of the guest had left for the season” Long wait for pre dinner drinks at the bar. We ate in the restaurant our first night but were sad not to be able to try the beach restaurant and it had closed early due to it being late season. For an extra treat we booked the “aperose.” A lovely idea but when we arrived it hadn’t been set up and certainly looked nothing like the video on the website, 2 night lights on the table until we asked for more light but certainly not the romantic setting advertised. Our waiter however was charming. My husband booked a Junior Suite Maquis for a special treat for our 20th Wedding anniversary. The website named the two options for this room type as Livia and Albalabella with a size of 35 sq/m, the photos showed light rooms with a split level. When we arrived we were shown to a dark room of a smaller size. It certainly was not a suite and had dark quirky decor. Room 210 (don’t book it.) I enquired with the front desk and they assured me it was the room we had booked in a very rude tone. I can see on trip advisor photos (from 2016) the room we stayed in as a Superior room not Junior Suite and it seems the hotel changed that room to a more expensive category without any update. They have subsequently changed the website but offered no apology whatsoever. They offered for us to move rooms the following day to one we had booked but we were out for the day already and they said it would not be able to wait until our planned return because of incoming guests, so we were unable to move. The room was dark and the toilet smelt, I asked on two separate occasions for it to be cleaned. We spent a huge amount of money for a much needed and precious weekend away. Luckily Corsica didn’t disappoint but U Capu Biancu did. Terrible value for money but more importantly no apology or desire to fix the problem. We weren’t looking for an upgrade or special treatment just to be given the room we had booked when we checked in and when the mistake was realised an apology.
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FromUS$397
4.7/510 Reviews
This is by far the best place we have stayed at in Corsica. This hotel is in a quite isolated picturesque area and had a touch of maison d’hôtes, this personal touch that I absolutely adore. The staff were ever so attentive, helpful and welcoming, the breakfast spread was a feast, there are homemade dishes for people who wish to order snacks / lunch /dinner.. I was a bit sick and I felt really looked after thanks to the staff, special mention to Emilie :) The room is very comfortable and clean. There is a nice beach close by (car needed) and/or you can enjoy the infinity pool. I wish we stayed longer! Thank you Hotel Version Maquis!
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FromUS$171
4.4/510 Reviews
This hotel is right on the marina so ideal for watching the constant arrival and departure of the impressive yachts that frequent this town. The hotel has its own pool, which is a huge bonus as the beaches are a drive away. It’s spacious, warm and has plenty of sun beds available. Towels are also provided. The views to the old citadel are excellent, The rooms will vary with price (obviously) but are not huge. That said most overlook the marina so the view is exceptional. They also manage to squeeze in a fridge so you can enjoy a chilled glass of wine on your balcony and watch the action on the water while the sun goes down. Some reviewers have mentioned the noisy bar opposite. We didn’t find this a problem as we simply closed the doors and shutters and turned on the aircon. If you prefer to sleep with everything open then take good earplugs or go and join the hip crowd in the bar (B52). The marina location means all the bars and restaurants on the waterfront are a few minutes away. Another 5-10 mins will have you up in the old town which is packed with options to eat and drink. If you’ve hired a car it has a car park too. The hotel doesn’t do dinner but it serves a breakfast. You pay for this and the price depends on whether you have a limited served option or go for the unlimited buffet. For the extra 6€ I’d go for the buffet or eat out.. If I return to Bonifacio I would certainly consider this hotel.
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FromUS$114
4.5/510 Reviews
We visited for a two night stay in the low season, mid March. The hotel was very quiet and we were upgraded to a fabulous room. Wonderful bathroom, lovely shower & spa bath with L’Occitane complimentary toiletries. Comfortable bed & very clean room. Small fridge and kettle with tea & coffee. Some lovely little details to the room, including a tree! Room 105. I am sure other rooms are nice & have their own individual finishing touches. We had a terrace overlooking the herb & vegetable garden which was very pleasant. The hotel offered a safe place for our mountain bikes to be stored during our stay. We had dinner in the restaurant, there was a limited menu as we were the only diners and the food was delicious with very friendly service. Breakfast was not included and we had this the first morning but declined the second as we felt quite pricey for what we were served. Unfortunately, we did not see the hotel at its best as the outside space & pool looked like in the summer months a great place to be. We will have to go back. Overall a very pleasant stay and would highly recommend this hotel. Merci beaucoup!
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FromUS$195
4.7/510 Reviews
Very friendly host welcomed us to the place. Beautiful and cute spot superb for relaxing.. Not to far from Bonafacio.. Steep entrance to drive in :) The breakfast was a little bit limited but nicely presented.
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FromUS$160

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