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Reviews of Hotels in Olbia

4.4/545 Reviews
Olbia City Center
Boutique hotel located just off the centre in a narrow road with limited parking. Stayed four nights as good base for travelling around Costa Smeralda. Very friendly and helpful staff. It has a great spa in basement. Nice bedroom and very comfy beds and a pleasant bathroom. Must make a special mention of the excellent breakfast and the lovely lady who serves it. Definitely recommend.
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5/538 Reviews
Ottima struttura situata vicinissima al centro. Personale molto cortese e disponibile. Bellissima vista dalle camere. Ottima pulizia e servizio fermata
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4/568 Reviews
Trip 4 of 2022 was the first twin centre or double-header of the year. It would start on the Mediterranean paradise island of Sardinia - (in)Famously the venue for the group stage of England's 1990 World Cup campaign; and where a young Paul Gascoigne would be catapulted to fame. Even before that just uttering the name Sardinia would immediately generate an image of Joan Collins and Leonard Rossiter sat on a plane drinking Cinzano. If you are under fifty ask your parents, I guarantee they'll start laughing. Failing that it is 2022 so just Google it. Part two would be a short boat ride north to the opulent French island of Corsica - the birth place of Napoléon Bonaparte and home of the Tour de Corse that was always on the TV in the 1990's and early naughties when Britain had drivers bidding for top honours. But first we had to nerve it out at Manchester Airport that in recent days had seen numerous holidays and flights cancelled at the last minute. To summarise; bag drop = 15 mins, security check = 30 mins, the plane pushed back on time, we landed 12 minutes early, our bags were waiting for us. The flight treated us to incredible views of the Sussex coastline at Worthing, followed by Normandy - both surpassed by a bird's eye vies of the Alps, stunning. Having visited the beautiful Italian island of Sicily, with Mount Etna rumbling continously in the background, the bar had been set very high. The Double Tree by Hilton We were staying at the Double Tree by Hilton Olbia. The hotel is only a short walk from the town centre which at first seems annoying, however, it quickly becomes apparent why - space. Space it at a premium in the town. We wouldn't have been able to enjoy the grounds, terraces or pools, all beautifully presented I must say, had we stayed somewhere else. The room was well proportioned and presented and contained that all important double mattress. The four piece bathroom maintained the high standard. The balcony was again generous affording a sea view, a view of the town and a view of the mountains beyond - a landscape artist's wet dream. If engines not landscapes are your thing then the World Rally Championship (WRC) was outside. When I say outside I mean it, literally - step from the hotel grounds onto the improvised track. The balcony of our room had a view of the course most fans would give a limb for; but not a right leg as accelerating would become problematic. The atrium contained the hotel bar that was competitively price. The bar snacks were also competitive but not exactly gourmet. The welcome cookie gratefully received. A special mention to Walter who was professional and attentive throughout our stay. From the Double Tree it is possible to travel to a number of beaches by public bus. The No. 5 leaves from outside Hotel Martini that is only a short walk away. [I did smile when I saw the name of the hotel, Joan Collins' Cinzano ads sprung to mind]. Porto Instana beach, a white sandy beach blessed with a shal
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5/567 Reviews
Olbia City Center
We had a short, but great stay in Hotel Panorama. The staff was really helpful. The location can't be better if you're looking for easy access to cozy bars and restaurants in the very center of Olbia Old Town. We had a room at the 4th floor with window facing the side street with a beautiful view over the red rooftops and the church. Not much noise, if none at all. When off-season and no need for AC we recommend you to contact the reception in order to turn the AC system off in your room. This will cancel that little buzzy noise which would be there if the system is on, but not in use :) In general a really nice stay! :)
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5/557 Reviews
On the pictures it looked beautiful.To be honest the pool area is and the rooms are okay very basic. They only thing not in the pictures is the huge industrial site and road just next to the pool. I re read the comment this evening and I confirm they go from awful to wonderful which is confusing but Ill give you my experience about it. The only nice thing about this hotel is the pool.The rooms are very simple, most towels are old needing a change and I attached some pictures of our windows that were so dirty I couldn't see the sun. Apart from that the hotel staff aren't rude but I wouldn't say polite maybe just very untrained.Every answer to a question we got was ” I don't know ” or ”No” no explanations, no solutions or even a let me check. Also ask questions about breakfast , wifi etc because staff don't tell you anything. I asked for ice one evening because the fridge in our room wasn't working oh my gosh I felt it was so difficult to get an answer ”Oh...uh..ice I don't know” until we gave up and left it. Also amused to find out when I ordered a cocktail at the bar and asked for a glass of tap water that you can't drink the water at the hotel nor in the rooms.No one mentioned it and nothing indicated in the room ....but we already did so pray for the best. Breakfast looks super nice on the menu but nah everything is cheap and undercooked honestly I am a huge breakfast fan and stuck to a coffee for that morning . Also bring your own city map that was also a no....my friends and I giggled about it in the end. because It was just so bad. Not worth it not a 4 stars in anyway did not enjoy it. Book here and you will be disappointed.
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5/566 Reviews
If only all hotels close to airports, and this is almost walking distance, were as well appointed as this. Totally modern without being a cliche. Totally stylish. Everything you need is in your room and spacious too. Comfy bed and good bathroom. Great value all topped up with a Michelin ('Plate') restaurant. The Dinner, bed, and breakfast rate is extraordinary as it includes two courses at dinner of michelin style in their Bacchus restaurant. Fantastic.
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Guide to Olbia Parking Hotels

Looking for hotels in Olbia? Trip.com is a great place to start. Book hotels in Olbia via the Trip.com website or app, it's easy and hassle-free. In Olbia, both areas with attractions and the city center are good places to stay. If you travel to Italy, visiting Olbia is a good choice.

Olbia – Costa Smeralda Airport is the primary airport in Olbia. It's easy to reach Olbia. The city can be reached by plane, train, and car.

On Trip.com, there are 97 recommended hotels in Olbia. Olbia has high quality and low-priced hotels. You can spend one night at a nice hotel for only 109 USD. There are 19 four-star hotels in Olbia at an average price of 91 USD per night. There are 9 three-star hotels in Olbia at an average price of 128 USD per night. There are not many well-known chain hotels in Olbia, but staying at a unique local hotel will make you feel at home. Hotels under the Doubletree by Hilton brand are a good choice. Doubletree by Hilton is the most popular brand among tourists. Hotel Stefania Boutique Hotel by The Beach is one of the most popular hotels in Olbia. Hotel de Plam is also one of the most frequently chosen hotels.

There are quite a few famous attractions in downtown Olbia, such as L'Area Naturale Marina Protetta Tavolara - Punta Coda Cavallo. If you want to spend a fun vacation with your family, locals recommend visiting San Pantaleo. The most famous attractions locally are Porto Rotondo, Chiesa di San Paolo Apostolo, Speakeasy Olbia.

Average Temperature

• January to March: 13.03°C during the day, 8.21°C at night

• April to June: 20.08°C during the day, 14.45°C at night

• July to September: 26.47°C during the day, 20.53°C at night

• October to December: 16.01°C during the day, 11.09°C at night

Average seasonal Rainfall

• Spring: 61.1 cm

• Summer: 37.3 cm

• Autumn: 25.1 cm

• Winter: 70.63 cm

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