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Hotel Oasis

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#23 of 49 hotels in Sardinia
Hotel Oasis is a modern three star hotel situated on the Alghero-Fertilia Coast.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Outdoor pool
Free breakfast
Evening entertainment
Laundry service
Public wifi
Bar / lounge
Breakfast buffet
Poolside bar
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Room features
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Private balcony
Flatscreen TV
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Grade: 51 out of 100
17Restaurantswithin 0.75 miles
5Attractionswithin 0.75 miles
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First time for my friend and I to visit an Italian Island - Alghero, Sardina for a one week holiday staying at this hotel. Booked with TUI flying from Norwich. Flight under 2hrs. Transfers super quick from the airport. 15mins max. Hotel room was large, clean, comfortable with good views. Shower was massive! Has a hairdryer fixed to the wall. Free Aircon and fridge. Small deposit for the safe key. It is a very small safe indeed. A large tablet would not fit inside. Only money and jewellery. The walls ARE thin. You can hear your neighbours if you have noisy ones, or talkers, or snorers, or anyone who sets an alarm clock! That will wake you, plus the rest of the floor!! Otherwise the rooms are private, spacious, spotless and no overlooking balcony. Cleaned daily with lots of towels provided. The pool is huge. Plenty of sunbeds. Italians have an excellent sunbed design with a nice extra shade attached for your head if required. Enough for everyone and no towels on beds at 6am. Pool opens at 9.30am. No loud blaring music. Quiet and peaceful around the pool. Very relaxing. The complex is clean and tidy with pretty flowers and gardens. The outside bar area is a great thatch roof building by the pool with lots of chairs and tables plus a dancefloor area, but this is where it ends. Evening entertainment is virtually dead. There is a lone female on a keyboard most evenings singing slow songs at the back in Italian. But that is it. The bar staff are efficient and polite, but lack any engagement or charisma. Nothing at all. No life in the place after 6pm. Just lacks any atmosphere. We went into Alghero every night. If you wish to purchase food around the pool, e.g midday toasted sandwich or chips. This involves getting off your sunbed, walking across the pool, past reception, across the front carpark to the "Pizza/food restaurant" for the hotel to place your order for food. Wait. Food arrives wrapped in tin foil / in a box for you to collect and take back to your sunbed. There appears no system to order your food at the pool bar (food menu's are there) and then have it delivered across from the restaurant. Odd set up! And tedious. Bar staff literally serve drinks from behind the bar. They do not move from the bar area or deliver drinks to tables, sunbeds, or collect glasses. That's your job or the lifeguard (who changes the bin liners on the hour around the pool area). The evening meal situation. Upon arrival at the communal dining hall for the evening meal you are allocated a table and that is your table for the week. No choice on what table or where. The dining room is so well lit it's awful. More like a canteen. At least change the ambience by dimming the lighting or making the tables dressed for a more "evening" atmosphere. Food is adequate and nice. No issues. Just ruined by the "dining room" look. We ate twice there for ease otherwise ate out in Alghero. And YOU PAY for the water! Nothing is free. No complimentary glass of wine with your meal. And you can't take your purchased bottle of wine back to your hotel room, to finish on your balcony. It must be all drunk in the dining room! Again an odd set up. Breakfast is probably the best meal of the day. Excellent food and service. My friend and I had reusable water bottles. Upon filling up our water bottles from the water available in a machine (with the orange juice), we were informed we had to drink the water in the dining room before leaving!! We found ourselves smuggling out our own water bottles. Tennis courts in the complex can be booked for €10 includes two racquets and balls. We made the most of these every morning at 8am. Great start to the day!! The beach is opposite the hotel through pine trees. Nice sandy beach but packed, especially at the weekends with the locals. We purchased two sunbed tickets for two of the allocated hotel sunbeds on the beach from reception on the Monday. Upon arriving at the beach, we settled on the orange sun beds (matching the Hotel Oasis orange theme). We were promptly shooed off by the young sunbed attendant, stating OUR beds were situated half way along the beach under the "blue umbrella's" . He was rude and totally unhelpful refusing to leave his "roped area" to show us where to go. We located the "blue sunbeds" but the attendant stated he had no free sunbeds. When challenged about where the Hotel Oasis guests sunbeds exactly were, he abruptly rummaged up two sunbeds in amongst 30 school children!!! We returned to the hotel and demanded a refund. We never returned to the beach again for our holiday. Alghero is a very pretty fortress port with cobbled streets, beautiful views and sunsets across the bay. Lots of places to eat , ice-cream, cafes, and pokey jewellery shops to look around. It's a quiet sleepy romantic place. If you are looking for a late night bar for a late drink or dance, this is not the place for you. It's tends to close down by 11pm. The locals sit and drink on the beach walls, small cafes and bars on the streets early evening, wander around the market stalls and it quietens down by 11pm. There is a good 30mins walk into Alghero from the hotel. There is a market most evenings along the route. Taxi is €10. We usually took a taxi. Food and wine is excellent wherever we went to eat in Alghero. Great service and lovely restaurants with great views. Highly recommend eating out than at the Hotel Oasis. Also highly recommend the Dolphin Boat Trip hosted by the Marine Biologist (TUI). Only 12 allowed on the boat. Crew are strict on staying in seats so no kids running about or crazy selfie taking. The team are very passionate about the dolphins and environment. They know the different pods so well and where to find them. Superb trip!! Worth the price. (€40 each). Neptune caves - half day trip. Full boat trip across the bay to the caves. Interesting to see. It is a busy trip but worth it seeing the caves. To sum up: We had a lovely relaxing holiday. Alghero is a quiet pretty location. Hotel Oasis is spotless, staff are efficient but it just lacks atmosphere and charisma, with some odd practices that could be improved or changed. Thankyou
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Hotel very clean but dated. Pool good with plenty of sunbeds. Breakfast good. Dinner lots of seafood and pasta. Location out on its own. Nothing to do. No shops. Beach across road packed. 2 sunbeds and brolly 18 euro and most are reserved for locals. You are given ones at back near cafe. bus stop outside to Alghero which is full of grafity and dirty. People unhelpful, unfriendly and rude. Won't be back
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Pros: - Great location, right next to the beach and the bus stop to access Alghero's old town - Huge bed - Nice shower - Good air-con - Good food for dinner with a decent variety - Great pizza at the pizza bar - Hotel has a shop to buy essentials Cons: - Bad customer service: wasn't given the wifi username/password until asked; wasn't given the card used to pay for pizza/drinks until asked; wasn't told we could buy bus tickets at the reception; we asked to move rooms because our room had no WiFi connection (obviously not the end of the world, but my boyfriend had a video interview during our stay), and we were met with rudeness rather than an apology (but luckily we were given a wifi booster to put in the room.. and threatened with a €50 fine if we forgot to bring it to the reception at check-out?); great distrust from staff (e.g. in the pizza bar, not allowed to take a drink out of the fridge to pay for it, you have to ask them to get it out for you..); wasn't allowed to borrow a bowl so I could use it for the cereal I bought from the hotel's own store (best to just sneak anything you need out the restaurant); restaurant staff are blatantly not pleased when you don't buy drinks from them at dinner, and it's hard to relax when they're watching everyone like hawks to pick up your plate - Extremely loud singing from their performer until midnight on various nights - Very thin walls, could hear the couple next door talk/watch TV/urinate - Maids extremely loud talking to each other early in the early morning - once walked in despite the 'don't disturb sign' - No bar - Everyone smoking by the pool - Coffee from the machine at breakfast tastes awful :( Not entirely sure if the bad customer service and distrust we received was due to the fact my boyfriend and I are in our early 20s
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Great holiday Just returned from a gorgeous week at Hotel Oasis. Hotel staff, particularly in the restaurant, so helpful and friendly. The rooms, whilst dated, were scrupulously clean, had a fab shower, hairdryer that did the job and a handy fridge. The breakfast was ample and enough choice to create a different breakfast each mornung of our 7 day stay. The evening meals were outstanding, particularly the seafood dishes, plenty of choice and whilst chef served, you could return for as much as you liked. Pool area spotless and plenty of room. Only downside for us was as early risers, we had to wait until 9.30am to access the facilities. We enjoyed coffee in the pool bar and spent a couple of nights enjoying the entertainment eventhough it wasn't our 'cup of tea'. Loved the card system for paying for items around the site and we just topped up as we went along. There was plenty to occupy our teen; tennis, pool, table tennis etc..plus free wifi! The beach opposite is gorgeous But busy at weekends. We walked to the old town couple of times and it is well worth the effort. Highly recommend the open top red bus for panoramic views of Alghero. All in all, a great holiday!
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Just stayed at the Oasis for 1 week half board. Everything exceeded our expectations, we are frequent travellers so have lots to compare with. We booked with Thompson as a package, everything from start to finish was faultless. The hotel and restaurant was spot on in organisation, all staff very helpful. Food was exceptionally good and service. The best food we’ve had in a 4 star hotel. Rooms cleaned daily, we took a travel kettle, fridge useful, beds comfortable. Pool area again excellent. Hotel entertainment, female singer was amazing although would have been nice to have a variation, the only slight criticism we had. Can’t praise hotel enough definitely highly recommend. Hotel is a good 30 mins walk to old town but can get bus for €1.50 few good beach bars on way, beach is across the road. We loved the old town, went on a horse and cart tour, was fab and €5 each. Tips There is a supermarket near where the bus drops you off at old town, really cheap, vodka. Gin €6 everything cheap bit like Aldi. We got the red tour bus, wasn’t worth the money can get local bus for fraction of price. Hotel has no cash policy you get a card when book in and pay as you leave, great system so don’t take lots of euros.
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$131 - $272 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ItalySardiniaProvince of SassariAlghero
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