First of all, I have to mention we went in June. so not peak season or school holidays.
The hotel is set in a lovely little spot with 2 beaches very near by. The whole area around the hotel is very well maintained, and the loveliest flowers along the road everywhere.
The first beach is on your doorstep, and a minute's walk, the other one is 5min walk max, and a bit bigger. The beach is nice an quiet. Soft sand, and lovely clear water and safe to swim in. Have umbrellas and sun loungers - but really really expensive. €20 per person. (this is not part of the hotel)
The actual hotel is really nice. Not 5 star or lush, but really nicely decorated. Basic, but very clean and nice!
The only downside was/is that there is a nightclub very close by. We didn't know this, and at the time, the hotel staff also didn't know that the nightclub will be open, as apparently its only open in peak season, July and August. At which point the staff knows about it, and won't book you into certain rooms.
We were in room 106. I would say stay well clear of 102-106!! your window is facing this nightclub, and the music literally went till 4:00am!!! both the Friday and Saturday night, we couldn't get any sleep at all. I cant begin to describe how loud it was. I am surprised it is legal!
106 is also very poky and dark.
We complained, and a lovely lady at reception, Victoria, helped us. She is really friendly and very helpful. Speaks English as well. She moved us into a new room - which was amazing!
We were moved to room 107, which had a nice patio area. I would definitely say pay more, and book a room with a patio, or even better, a balcony as you will have the best view of the lovely beach area.
These rooms are also light, well decorated with nice showers. unlike room 106.
In short, I will definitely return here, the hotel is beautiful, staff really nice and helpful, breakfast good, its clean and so close to a perfect beach. Just make sure you get either a patio or balcony, and take earplugs! then you will be fine.
Just a side note: we found you MUST have a car in Sardinia. Taxis will cost you a small fortune, and where this hotel is located, there aren't many restaurants (2) to eat or a supermarket. you will have to drive to get food and go to the supermarket. It is a very short drive, but too far to walk. So from a location point of view, excellent if you have a car, but really bad if you don't!
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