Hotels Near Osteria Della Miniera In Cagliari
1.79km from Pipopa SrlIn general the hotel is fine, the beds somewhat douche, the worst thing is that the air conditioning is centralized and cannot be turned off, it was quite strong and hit us directly on the bed, they would have to have the possibility of being able to close the door of the / c. The staff was friendly at all times.
2.41km from Pipopa SrlWe booked a Delux Room (in the Tower on a high floor) which had fantastic views of the Castello and old town of Cagliari. The room was spacious and the bed comfortable, with a spacious bathroom with a shower. The reception and restaurant staff were all very helpful, friendly, and efficient (and most kindly fluent in English, as my Italian is poor). The choice of breakfast food was good (due cafe latte, for husband & I), and we also enjoyed the lunches in the bar T-Bistrot. The hotel is a slow 30min walk from tourist sights in Cagliari eg uphill to Castello, etc, but we quickly got the hang of local buses (bus tickets available from hotel reception), and there are taxi and even electric bicycles available from hotel. The hotel does host conferences, business people (famous football teams etc), but still felt very relaxed and welcoming to tourists. My only concern was that many of the hotel sofas (and the bed) are quite low to the ground, which is difficult with my bad back, but I could always find a more suitable chair. We had a session in the T-Spa, where there are loungers, steam room, herbal teas, pool with numerous bubbles and jets, which is all very relaxing, as they limit the numbers of adult guests allowed in at any one time. I also had a very good massage by Luana in the T-spa. There was a lovely little park opposite the hotel, with the Opera House, and nearby bars, cafes, gelateria and restaurants. Sardinians were lovely friendly people, and we really enjoyed the many tourist attractions of Cagliari, such as Castello with Cathedral, Royal Palace, Archaeological Museum. Marina district by sea for shops & cafes, Orto Botanico gardens, Roman Amphitheatre and Tigellios Villa, trip to Poetto beach, trip to Natural Park of Molentargius to see the wild Flamingos and other wildlife. We also did day trips out with guides to Nora, and Barumini (Unesco World Heritage site of Su Nuraghe). We hope to visit again.
2.5km from Pipopa SrlStayed here for 5 nights and really liked it. The host, Ricardo was great. Landed slightly late but called Ricardo and he was very helpful. Gave us loads of tips of where to go and where to eat. Clean rooms with all facilities, all rooms are different we got the smaller room but everything was fine. Lift was small so a bit of a squeeze but that wasn't an issue. Breakfast was served every morning and nothing was ever too much for Ricardo. Had an enjoyable stay and if we ever return to Caligari we will definitely stay here again.
2.54km from Pipopa SrlWe booked this hotel for our last night in Sardinia as it was close to the airport, handy for our flight home the next day. It was a very dated hotel, seems like time forgot this place. Room was adequate, bed comfy and the Continental breakfast was ok. It's in a residential area and a bus (number 1) from Cagliari town stops right outside the hotel. The surrounding area is not very picturesque. It was alright for one night, but I would not stay there any longer than that.
2.63km from Pipopa SrlProperty Location With a stay at Ogliastra Bed&breakfast in Cagliari, you'll be convenient to San Michele Castle and Cagliari Roman Amphitheatre. This bed & breakfast is within close proximity of Tuvixeddu Necropolis and Cave of the Viper. Rooms Stay in one of 2 guestrooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Rooms have private balconies. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms feature showers, complimentary toiletries, and bidets. Amenities This smoke-free bed & breakfast offers complimentary parking nearby. Dining A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 8 AM to 10 AM. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include multilingual staff, an elevator (lift), and coffee/tea in a common area.
2.7km from Pipopa SrlWe stayed at the Foyer suites for 8 nights. There are so many things I could write, but you just HAVE TO GO AND STAY THERE!, so I will make it short: friendly owners and employees (Mr. Fernando, Francesca, Niki :)), clean!!!, comfortable, cosy, close to the city center if you go on foot, if you take the bus, it is even closer (the bus stop is two minutes away from the property). Private entrance and private lift! Great bathroom, veeeery comfortable beds!!!!!! You can park the car in the close vicinity for free, or inside the building for 5eur/day. Breakfast is plentiful and a good way to start your day. If you wish to explore the gorgeous city of Cagliari, the southern to SW and SE beaches od Sardinia, then the Foyer suits is definitely the place to stay! I recommend it to couples, families or solo travellers, actually to everyone! Thank you Mr. Fernando and Francesca for making us feel not only as guests, but as friends as well! Till next time.
2.77km from Pipopa SrlFeaturing accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning and flat-screen TV, Su Coccu is situated 4.3 km from Molentargius Natural Park and 1.7 km from Cagliari Courthouse. There is a fully equipped private bathroom with bidet and a hair dryer. Guests at the bed and breakfast can enjoy an Italian breakfast. Sardinia International Fair is 2.8 km from Su Coccu, while National Archaeological Museum of Cagliari is 2.2 km from the property. The nearest airport is Cagliari Elmas Airport, 9 km from the accommodation.
2.93km from Pipopa SrlProperty Location With a stay at Petrarca Venti in Cagliari, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Bastion of Saint Remy and National Archaeological Museum. This townhouse accommodation is 1.6 mi (2.6 km) from Citadel of Museums and 2.2 mi (3.6 km) from Cagliari Roman Amphitheatre. Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 5 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms with showers are provided. Conveniences include desks, and housekeeping is provided on a limited basis. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance. Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services and luggage storage. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).
3.03km from Pipopa SrlThe Nùe Rooms is an ideal spot for travelers wanting to discover the city. The Nùe Rooms is an ideal choice for travelers who want to take in the sights and sounds of Cagliari. The hotel is conveniently located just 2km from Elmas Airport and 2km from Cagliari Santa Gilla Railway Station. Famous local attractions Orto Dei Capuccini, Castello di San Michele and Galleria Comunale D'Arte Moderna, can all be reached with a short walk. This hotel makes a great place to kick back and relax after a long day of sightseeing. According to our trusted guests, the facilities at this hotel are first-rate.
3.2km from Pipopa SrlProperty Location With a stay at Stella centro citta' in Cagliari, you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Bastion of Saint Remy and National Archaeological Museum. This guesthouse is 1.7 mi (2.8 km) from Citadel of Museums and 2.4 mi (3.8 km) from Cagliari Roman Amphitheatre. Rooms Stay in one of 5 guestrooms featuring LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries. Housekeeping is provided daily, and cribs/infant beds (surcharge) can be requested.
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3.56km from Pipopa SrlConveniently located in the Castello of Cagliari, Residenze al Castello offers air-conditioned rooms, a shared lounge and free WiFi. The property is located 2.7 km from Sardinia International Fair, 2 km from Cagliari Courthouse and 2.7 km from Santuario e Basilica di Bonaria. The property is non-smoking and is set 10 km from Poetto Beach. At the guest house, all rooms include a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. At Residenze al Castello, each room has a seating area. Popular points of interest near the accommodation include National Archaeological Museum of Cagliari, Cagliari University and Bastione di Saint Remy. The nearest airport is Cagliari Elmas Airport, 9 km from Residenze al Castello.
Hotels Near Osteria Della Miniera In Cagliari Review
Unfortunately I cannot rate this higher purely because I would not recommend anyone staying anywhere in Cagliari. During our trip we were pick-pocketed the authorities in Cagliari do not want to know anything about this. The town is full of pickpockets everywhere you look. Avoid public transport at all cost as this is where they tend to operate However if you do decide to visit this town, this apartment is good. It comprises of four rooms and a communal living area. We booked out two of the rooms and shared the flat with two other couples in the other two rooms. The rooms are cleaned every day and the couple that own/ run the apartment are lovely and helpful. They do not live on site but visit every day between 10am-12 noon Breakfast is very basic but is available 24 hrs a day. Basically the hosts stock the fridge with yogurts and juice and provide biscuits and other snacks. The apartment has a washing machine so could be useful for those travelling that may need to clean some clothes
Situated on Viale Regina Margherita, it is beautifully positioned downhill to Via Roma with its bars, shops, restaurants and the marina, and, uphill to the Bastion St Remy on Plazza Costituzione, the centre of this lovely city with all its tourist attractions and access to great shopping along Vias Spanio and Garibaldi. The hotel has a lovely large open-planned reception /lounge / bar / restaurant area with a pleasant small outdoor terrace opening onto the main road. The bedrooms are large with fridge / minibar, tv, comfortable beds and a nice bathroom which housed a 9 jet sitdown shower. I would have liked a more lighter pastoral decor to the room and another chair if I am honest. No tea / coffee making facilities due to Covid19 restrictions although housekeeping serviced the room daily which is unusual. All the staff were helpful, pleasant, professional and caring, especially in Reception and the bar and particularly at the buffet breakfast where you were served for most of it ( hot/cold/pastries and fruit options ) and self-served for drinks as long as you were wearing a mask. The hotel has an underground car park, is on a bus route (6/7/10 ) and is within a 10 / 15 minute walk of the station ( you pass many bars and ice cream parlours en route !!!!) depending on which way you are going. Buses ( PQ and PF ) from Via Roma Plazza Matteotti to the beach for 2.60 euros return. The railway ( Stazione Ferroviaria ) is 5 minutes to Elmas Aeroporto, costs 1.30 euros and is frequent. We thoroughly enjoyed our 9 day stay here and highly recommend this hotel. Enjoy.
We were here for 4 nights in total with our little children in june to visit relatives and explore the nearby beaches. The hotel was recommended to me by locals as it is attached to a popular slow food restaurant. I called ahead and got a very good price (room wih breakfast 80 Euro). Perfect location as you can explore the city walking and are close to the highway leading to beautiful beaches. The hotel is a beautiful old Villa with 3 floors, the rooms old fashioned and well maintained at the same time. The hotel is supporting social causes like orphan homes. we stayed in a room at the third floor first and had a beuatiful terrace overlooking the garden, then we got upgraded for free to a suite (which is basically a whole appartement). Breakfast extremely good and plenty of food (which is not common in Italy). Fruits from their own orchard, home baked bread and cake, fresh coffee, self- made jams etc. The best part is the staff, always lovely and extremely child friendly. They treated our little ones like king and queen! Will definitely come back.
Very nice place! Clean, new, everything you need in the room. Central location. You can rent a car and check beautiful beaches. Many restaurants and shops. Special thank you to Stefania for worm welcome :)
If I was in cagliari for a few days I wouldn't hesitate to stay again, but the rooms (and city to some extent) should be understood for what they are. Pros: Clean and spacious rooms. Built to provide natural shade and relief from the 30plus degree weather. Excellent central location, with great food nearby. The staff; Martina in particular was lovely! Good price. Cons: The street can be noisy, so lie ins or early nights would be difficult. If you are there solely for location I would suggest staying further out, or perhaps away from cagliari. The air con is not the best; that said we used it more for white noise as the rooms stayed reasonably cool on their own. And that is about it....there are not many hotels near by, but this was more than adequate. Summary: Light sleepers wanting rest and relaxation may need to had further out, but for those wanting to throw themselves into city life this is the perfect spot!
The rooms are lovely and clean. Towels changed daily. We had a room with balcony, although on a busy road it was very quiet in the room. Tv, lots of hot water, area with tea and coffee maker. We were quite lucky because we had the whole place to ourselves. I would definitely return and recommend to friends, ideal position for the centre of Cagliari. Cesare was very helpful, thanks for a great break!!
The Miramare is not a hotel but a B&B pension that is located in the 3rd floor of an apartment / office building. There are partly other B&Bs on other floors of the same building. Acceeding the 3rd floor with luggage in the moment of arrival is a sportive challenge because the small elevator only works if you have a key which you receive at the reception which is on the 3rd floor. So, if you don't want to leave your luggage unattended in the entrance of the building (which you shouldn't as this is the very busy harborfront street), you have to carry all the luggage up the stairs to the 3rd floor yourself. Our room was so small that there was practically no space except for the bed. No space to store and unpack the luggage properly. It must have been a former servant's room of the flat. The window showed to a narrow courtyard which was full of air condition machines that made so much noise night and day that you couldn't open the window at any time. The courtyard, or slot, was so narrow that you could almost touch the opposite windows. The breakfast buffet was already eaten up by a hungry family before we arrived and was not refilled, although we arrived more than an hour before the closing time. The worst thing however was the cheaty and uncommunicative behaviour of the management: When we left, we received a closed envelope, the receptionist saying "all is settled already, you're all fine, no further payment necessary". As we are not suspicious persons and were eager to continue our round trip, we had no doubts, took the envelope and left. When I checked my next credit card invoice after returning home, I saw that Miramare had booked off 100 € too much for the night, obviously a mistake as I thought. They had no signature for the too high amount, it was a clearly unauthorized charging. I wrote to the hotel by email right away but received no answer. I wrote again several times but received no answers again. Then I called the hotel by phone. The receptionist, an older gentleman, said he would look into the case and would call back, but he never did. Some days later I called again, the same receptionist just said "I cannot help you". I asked him who could help me and what I could do further to get our money back, he only repeated "I cannot help you.", again and again, like a machine. Each time I called again, the same repetition "I cannot help you." Once when I called, I had another receptionist on the phone, a young lady. She said she knew my case and she would help me, she would call back in 10 minutes, but she never did. When I called again, the older gentleman was on the phone again. I told him that the young lady promised to call back and that I would like to speak to her, he repeated only "I cannot help you". Every time I called, I asked for the manager of the Miramare of course. Again the same answer "Nobody can speak to the manager, I cannot help you." This was the spookiest experience I ever had travelling. Days later I had a
This hotel is convenient for a variety of reasons - first, the location is not far from the airport, is very near the train station, but more importantly to our group, near the car rental agencies, as we were planning to rent a car to explore Sardinia. Secondly, the hotel was willing to keep a large suitcase for a week as we needed to downsize our luggage to fit in our rental car, and were continuing on to Tunisia a week later. and had more baggage for the later part of our trip. Incredibly helpful! As for the rest - our room was super clean, very reasonably priced, the staff were friendly and there is a large outdoor patio for meeting up with our friends. While the location isn't the most attractive in Cagliari, this hotel is just what we needed at the beginning and end of our trip around Sardinia.
Geanina and Marco were great hosts and looked after us like family. They went over and above any normal hosts. Even bought us a birthday cake last minute (with candles) and dropped it straight to the restaurant for us! It was a short stay but because of their great recon hospitality we were able to experience a lot without it feeling squeezed or rushed. Geanina has great contacts in Cagliari. They recommended a lot of places to eat and even arranged all of our bookings including restaurants, beach package, boat tour and transfers, which made life 10x better. Conveniently located - close to the marina and restaurants as well as train station. Rooms were clean and beds were very comfortable. Very affordable considering location. We had a great time thanks to Geanina and Marco! Highly recommend!
We spent a saturday night with my family and a couple of friends at Eva B&B. The place is perfectly located in the center of Cagliari. The owner Andrea was very active on advising on everything and making sure we were like at home and his assistant on the place for very kind. Would definitely recommend it.
The intent of running a top quality hotel is laudable but the devil hides in the details... The rooms are too small and noisy, the decorative details too obvious and of coarse taste; there’s a constant dense and unavoidable heavy room perfume and the booking system is stuck in the Middle Ages by asking you to print-fill-scan-send back a paper document. But the worst happens at breakfast time: you can choose to have your breakfast in the hotel or have it served in a gorgeous beach kiosk in front of the sea: magical landscape! The pastries are gorgeous but are counterbalanced by cold scrambled eggs served into a porridge bowl (???) a couple of slices of cheap and flavourless cheese (Cheese in Sardinia is a masterpiece of taste and variety), some pale industrial toast bread paired with a sad vegetable salad and a fresh orange juice served into plastic cups! The waiter forgets half of your order and that’s when you just can’t take it anymore. But at last, your eyes get the blessing of the most wonderful seascape in the world. That’s when Mother Nature makes your day.
Hotel Aristeo was the last stop on our 2-weeks trip through Sardinia and definitely one of the nicest hotels of the vacation! The interior is well designed and the room and bathroom was very spacious (e.g. two sinks, large shower cabine, extra sofa, space for suitcases, lots of storage surface, three small balconies, etc etc etc). Noteworthy is also their attention to detail, the room was perfectly clean and amenities were eco/environmentally friendly. We forgot to take pictures of the room but it was as pretty as on the management photos. The staff is also super friendly and helpful. They gave excellent restaurant recommendation and even sent our postcards for us. As we had to leave early for the airport, they prepared a perfect take-away breakfast for us. We were very happy with the hotel and highly recommend it!
JeO luxury suite is situated within a walking distance to the town centre. It has restaurants nearby and you can park your car for a reasonable price on one of the side streets. The host Oliviero was very friendly and took his time in providing us with relevant information regarding the hotel and Cagliari. Oliviero does an excellent job of keeping JeO luxury suite exceptionally clean and comfortable. We particularly liked the bathroom. Continental breakfast was included in the rate. Our stay at JeO luxury suite felt like home. Shame we did not have the time to stay longer. Thank you Oliviero. Keep up the excellent job! Disliked · Nothing. We enjoyed our stay.
THE TRUTH - Maureen & Gordon a couple of honest genuine & able 73year old able Italian Speaking Scottish Pensioners # Having spent 7 glorious days staying in Hotel Relais Du Foyer in Valle D’Aosta (superb quality multi-choice ITALIAN breakfast including a wide range of homemade breads/paninis[/cakes, an abundance of fresh fruit cheeses & meats, attended by lovely non-smoking genuine staff) we flew to Olbia in Sardinia where we spent a further 4 super days in L’Essenaza Hotel again receiving a good ITALIAN multi-choice quality “fresh” breakfast again served by lovely genuine staff (the true Italy), we took the train to Cagliari to spend 3 nights in L’Ambiasciata Hotel De Charme in anticipation of spending & enjoying a further three nights in Italy especially having paid £320 for B&B for the three nights# .Having spent our evening of arrival at the Sardenga Arena watching the football where we only consumed a bit of Italian Street Food it was with a fair degree of hunger, happiness, and eager anticipation as we left or room for our first breakfast especially given the top rate breakfasts we had enjoyed in the previous hotels as mentioned above but also that having paid £120.00 per night this breakfast experience was sure to be good.# The place for breakfast was outside but attached to the building & as we rounded the corner of the hotel to enter the room we noticed this character hanging about outside the entrance drawing heavily on a cigarette. On seeing us and realising we were about to enter for breakfast he quickly bent down picked up his lighter from the entrance step put in his pocket and wandered back to the centre of the street to continue smoking as we entered the breakfast room. We looked at each other and thought looks like bit of a dodger out there!# On looking around our hopes were immediately dashed we looked at each other and our hearts sank. A small table with absolutely nothing fresh all plastic packed all artificial very very limited choice of disgusting food including the dry toast bread, two small loaves of supermarket bread open, half used, both hard and dry, two warm cartons of supermarket juice, jug of water, three plastic containers of cereal, a few plain only joghurts, some plastic packs of sweet biscuits etc There were knives and forks by the way to eat the nice watermelon etc etc – HA-HA-HA AN INSULT TO US ALSO TO ITALY AND ITS FOOD No fresh fruits of any description just a small disgusting looking white plate containing tinned fruit salad in its artificial syrup No fresh breads, paninis, pancakes, cakes, biscuits etc No cheeses, mozzarella, proscuito, cooked ham, mortadella etc No hard boiled eggs, no tomatoes No hot choices No proper chilled fruit juice selection# Well this guy as we were to find out some minutes later after the cigarette was finished was actually “the breakfast person” who came in stinking of smoke hands unwashed breathing all over us hands unwashed delivering the hot drinks we ord
We booked a Delux Room (in the Tower on a high floor) which had fantastic views of the Castello and old town of Cagliari. The room was spacious and the bed comfortable, with a spacious bathroom with a shower. The reception and restaurant staff were all very helpful, friendly, and efficient (and most kindly fluent in English, as my Italian is poor). The choice of breakfast food was good (due cafe latte, for husband & I), and we also enjoyed the lunches in the bar T-Bistrot. The hotel is a slow 30min walk from tourist sights in Cagliari eg uphill to Castello, etc, but we quickly got the hang of local buses (bus tickets available from hotel reception), and there are taxi and even electric bicycles available from hotel. The hotel does host conferences, business people (famous football teams etc), but still felt very relaxed and welcoming to tourists. My only concern was that many of the hotel sofas (and the bed) are quite low to the ground, which is difficult with my bad back, but I could always find a more suitable chair. We had a session in the T-Spa, where there are loungers, steam room, herbal teas, pool with numerous bubbles and jets, which is all very relaxing, as they limit the numbers of adult guests allowed in at any one time. I also had a very good massage by Luana in the T-spa. There was a lovely little park opposite the hotel, with the Opera House, and nearby bars, cafes, gelateria and restaurants. Sardinians were lovely friendly people, and we really enjoyed the many tourist attractions of Cagliari, such as Castello with Cathedral, Royal Palace, Archaeological Museum. Marina district by sea for shops & cafes, Orto Botanico gardens, Roman Amphitheatre and Tigellios Villa, trip to Poetto beach, trip to Natural Park of Molentargius to see the wild Flamingos and other wildlife. We also did day trips out with guides to Nora, and Barumini (Unesco World Heritage site of Su Nuraghe). We hope to visit again.
This was a fantastic find, as is the city of Cagliari itself. Great hotel and great location near to all the restaurants and travel hubs. Faultless! The hotel is quite quirky with some lovely antique furniture and an antique toy collection carefully placed and presented in and around the rooms in the hotel. Very friendly and helpful staff. We booked in to the hotel for our honeymoon and chose one of the 3 junior suites. Definitely worth paying the extra. The room was split level with a reception room and bathroom downstairs. You then ascend a spiral staircase to a vast bedroom and large ensuite in the eves. Very romantic! The restaurant strip is located a 2 min uphill walk from the hotel. The transport hubs are located a 2 min walk downhill from the hotel. Would highly recommend taking a bus to Poetto beach. There are 3 buses from the piazza at the bottom of the hill (PF, PQ and the Poetto express). All take approx 20 mins. Just download the CTM App, buy your 90 minute ticket for Euro 1.30 and off you go! The beach is inundated with beach clubs and bars. If you want a relaxing time then wander up to the far end of the beach and visit the Frontemare beach club or the Belvedere club. Both charge between Euro 20 to Euro 30 a day for 2 people, including towel, parasol and loungers. It's table service to your loungers and the food and drink selection is fabulous. When you're ready to go home just google map the nearest bus stop, buy another bus ticket through the CTM App and off you go. Simples! The sites of Cagliari are easily reached on foot and are amazing photo opportunities. You won't be disappointed by the hotel or the city and nearby beach, unless you're a fan of minimalistic, characterless hotels. If it's a buzzing nightlife you want then visit the Poetto beach clubs after dark. They're numerous and open until 4am at weekends and 1am in the week.
Breakfast is average, night navigation is not easy to find, there is no parking lot, it is equivalent to a bed and breakfast, the room is clean and tidy, and the service attitude is also very good. Leave the key in the room the next day
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My wife and I enjoyed 3 nights at this lovely hotel. On arrival the team were very friendly, the check in process is as quick and efficient as I have seen. Then we come to the highlight the rooms, we stayed in the Fanny Suite and it is out of this world. Two floors spacious, artistic with a back drop of authentic old style bricks a lovely shaped staircase up to a superb bed. We have never stayed in a room with it’s own Sauna but what a treat. This is the place for you if you just want to relax for a couple of days with your own thoughts. The decor through the hotel is beautiful with the bar having some black and white photos of film stars and the garden beautifully lit up by the trees at night. I highly recommend a cocktail in the evening at 10 euros a drink they are not cheap but not as expensive as most 4 or 5 star hotels and you get some lovely nibbles to accompany them. I can certainly vouch for the sidecar being well made and enjoyable to drink. The breakfast is also amazing cooked well, generous portions with high quality ingredients (both the fruit plate and the cheese and cold meat selections are musts). There are some downsides to this hotel that will put people off, there is no lunch or dinner restaurant service and no room service so you have to go out to eat properly, there is no swimming pool and whilst the gardens are lovely there is only 2 sun beds. The location is 10 to 15 minutes walk from the port and all the bar/restaurant scene and the walk to them is downhill meaning you are walking uphill to get home. All that said the peace, tranquility, cleanliness and comfort you have when you walk through the doors means this hotel can get nothing but 5 stars from me and if you can afford to stay at the fanny suite, please do you will be wow’ed!
We stayed in a Deluxe Double with Sea View (Room 1) and I would highly recommend it! There is a really big balcony with views of the sunrise and sun & shade most of the day. The Sea View is a good one as you are in the front line overlooking Viale Poetto and the beach. There is very little traffic on the Viale Poetto which is split into lanes for walkers, runners, cyclists and the odd service vehicle. Good for people watching if that's your thing. The room was marvelously comfortable and clean and good hot water on tap in the modern bathroom. Breakfast an Dinner can be taken at El Chichi attached to the hotel where the food is of a very high standard. The staff are very friendly and helpful and will book trips for you, let you know where things are and give you tips on seeing the Flamingos. I will definitely stay here again if/when I return to Cagliari
In general the hotel is fine, the beds somewhat douche, the worst thing is that the air conditioning is centralized and cannot be turned off, it was quite strong and hit us directly on the bed, they would have to have the possibility of being able to close the door of the / c. The staff was friendly at all times.
A contemporary boutique hotel in a great location close to the centre of Cagliari. Very nice room with its own terrace - modern furniture and feel. Good air conditioning and comfortable bed. Small number of rooms and so the breakfast area is small but okay. Staff very nice and helpful. Continental breakfast was very good. Despite the location the room was wonderfully quiet and the tall curtains really locked out the light. We stayed for a week and found plenty to do and see in Cagliari.
The location is OK, about 15 minutes walk from the old town. The rooms and bathrooms are tidy, there are fridges in rooms. There is a coffee machine, a kettle and some cutlery in the common part. The only drawback is only two bathrooms per 4 rooms, which can be a bit problematic when the apartment is full. Also a microwave and chopping board might be nice.Beds are comfortable. Heating / air conditioning in each room.
Antico Corso is without doubt the best little apartment block in Cagliari. A great position, centre of town...great views down to the pedestrian street. Which gives an instant atmosphere floating up to your balcony.With your actual happy chatter of small kids playing in the street below , how authentically Italian is that? The appartment is Finely furnished ,modern , comfortable and imaculate.The breakfast trolly is exactly as in the photos. Fabulous , and full on fresh n' healthy .The lift is good, easy access from the street with keys , secure and private .You really wont find a better set up for such well apointed rooms in a similar location ..with a big breakfast included!! Walk from bus and railway links in 7 minutes .Walk into the main drag in 1 minute where there are more accessible restaurants and bars than any European city we've visited..Your only problem is deciding which one to pick . A regular bus takes you to the nearest beach in 15 minutes ( for pennies). And here again , there is much to please and amuse. For your short city break , Look no further than AC . Sabrina and her husband have made this a unique offering.Thank you .Good luck with the next 2 rooms !!
I really enjoyed my stay - the room was spacious, beds comfortable. We also had a really big wardrobe so there was no problem with unpacking. Wifi was strong and works properly. To be honest I was really surprised by the bathroom - extremely clean (really, I was impressed and feel 100% comfortable) and well equipped (hairdryer, lots of towels). Our host Filippo was very kind and friendly - he even made our room available a little bit faster as we came pretty early. If you are planning to stay in Cagliari and looking for a location close to the most important monuments, you should really consider Caralis Holiday :)
Dear travelers, the following is an honest and unbiased review of this Italian (Sardinian) Bed&Breakfast, which I had the pleasure of staying in this summer. In July I went on an exciting cruise around the western mediterranean sea, and at the end of my long journey, I spent 3 pleasant days in Cagliari, the capital city of Sardinia. About a 10-15 minute walk from the entrance of the cruise ship port, right along the main avenue of Via Roma, on an adjacent narrow pedestrian cobblestone street of Via Barcelona, you will find house/door # 10. By itself, this entrance does not look any different from any other entrance to a regular small coastal town apartment building, if it wasn't for a small placard sign to the right of this wooden door which says "Relais Del Porto", with some images of this hotel. To the left of the door, there are buttons for the door bells to the various tenants of this 4-level building. Press the one that is marked "Relais Del Porto", and after a short while you will hear a responce and then a buzzor will sound, after which you should push (hard) the door and it will open (whatch out for the step, it's not flat with the gound). Roght after you step inside that entrance way, most western (spoiled) travelers like me will at first be taken aback, and maybe even shocked as well as confused with what they see before them. There is no usual hallway, or lobby of a hotel, nor anybody who greets you to welcome to the place. There is an empty, lifeless, gloomy ground level of a seemingly abandoned building. At first, one might wonder if they entered the right door, or accidentally went into the wrong building by mistake. The paint on the walls around you is peeling off, the floor is plain cement, the doors are really old wood, the light is rather gloomy. But, be patient my fellow traveler - it get's more interesting (spoiler: it all ends up very good in the end!). As stated before - not a living soul around you to help/explain where to go from there. Furthermore, there is no elevator to be found anywhere. But, in order to reach some civilization, logic tells you that you need to proceed up the stairs a few meters away in front of you. So, me and my rather big suitcase prepare ourselves to climb the rather steep and ancient starwell. (It turns out that the B&B is on the last top level of this building, and there is only one way to get there - walk up the stairs with your feet). Sweating and panting, about half way up this starcase, I hear some noise from up above (door slamming, voices, and someone rushing down towards me). Soon, a nice lady appears in front of me, speaking only Italian and not a word of English, but with her gestures and emotions it is clear that she is there to greet me and welcome to the hotel. Furthermore, she right away offers to help me carry my suitecase for me (which I, being the gentleman that I am, refure to give her, but she insists, and so we both end up dragging my bag up the rest of those steep stairs). F
My husband and I recently had the pleasure of staying at this B&B. We were most impressed and our only regret, is that we didn't stay longer! The location was great! The room and overall presentation and cleanliness was perfect! We felt comfortable and safe the moment we arrived, as we were immediately greeted by one of the staff members, who kindly assisted us with our luggage on arrival. The morning after our first nights stay, we were warmly greeted by Valentina, the owner. She made us feel very welcome and couldn't do enough to make our stay even more pleasurable and memorable. She is a fine chef and knows how to put on a spread! Waking up each morning to freshly baked delights, is beyond ones imagination. The presentation of the kitchen and all of the fine food on offer was most unexpected and at the same time most welcomed. The rooms themselves are very stylish, modern and clean. We thought the whole B&B deserved to be pictured in a Home Beautiful magazine. Valentina has put a lot of effort into making this B&B a luxe experience and has succeeded on many levels. We would not hesitate in recommending, nor staying again, at this lovely example of a 10/10 B&B. Congratulation to Valentina and her team on a truly flawless experience. Donna Munro
There are many places that I like around the world, but quite a few where I've felt like home. Regio Maison du Charme was one of those places where I felt like I belonged and from where I will get tons of interior design inspiration for our new apartment. Ever since I've entered the building, I couldn't help but noticing the beautiful marble stairs and floor and how they were contrasting with the glass modern elevator. Then entering the living room you get a really calming and cozy vibe from the amazing scent covering the whole apartment and the really good lounge music. I find that the apartment is the perfect combination between old and new, classic and modern. The furniture and accessories are really carefully selected and actually really my taste. I loved also our room, that looked very classy with that unexpected orange metal stair case, leading to a living room and dressing room area. My favourite part of the apartment was the kitchen/breakfast area. The light was just perfect, the room super big, but still cozy and that long table really won me over. Would love to have breakfast there forever. The apartment is situated in a great area, filled with restaurants and pubs. Loved strolling around the cute colourful streets and also take some walks to the port, that is really close.
Great boutique hotel with an unique charm. The location is great, very central and full of lovely little restaurants to have some lovely food lunch or dinner. The hotel is very spacious, beautiful clean rooms with a great attention to detail. The host is really welcoming and made us feel really special. The breakfast is also delicious and has a great variety, from croissants to fresh fruit, from eggs and cheese. The hotel is about 20 minutes walk from the main attractions and must see places as well as the main shopping area. For parking the train station is about 10 euros a day, and is only few minutes walk. Again, great place to stay for your Cagliari trip!
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