If you’re looking for a family-friendly hotel in Cagliari, look no further than Hotel Residence Ulivi e Palme.
While staying at Hotel Residence Ulivi e Palme, visitors can check out Tower of San Pancrazio (1.1 mi) and Quartiere Villanova (1.1 mi), some of Cagliari's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning, a refrigerator, and a kitchenette, and Hotel Residence Ulivi e Palme makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and breakfast during their visit.
If you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, consider a visit to Stella Marina di Montecristo, Ristorante Lapola S.A.S., or Dal Corsaro, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hotel Residence Ulivi e Palme.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular art galleries, such as Galleria Comunale D'Arte Moderna, Exma - Exhibiting and Moving Arts, and Municipal Art Gallery.
The staff at Hotel Residence Ulivi e Palme looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
Good location and price. Very nice and flexible service - a very early breakfast was prepared especially for us. Room clean and large. The windows overlook a fast-moving route but it doesn't bother if it's a short transit stay.
Despite the below, we actually really enjoyed our stay in Cagliari. The Poetto beach is beautiful and easy to get too (ask at reception for a bus ticket, is 1 euro 30 and you need to get 2 x buses but its worth the trip!) and the pizza place at the bottom of the road is reasonably priced and they're quick as well! which is great, especially if you've had a forced fast thrust upon you because you turned up on Italian labour day and EVERYWHERE was closed. We asked for a mountain view room, and while we got this, unfortunately this also included a stunning view of one of the main flyover motorways that runs through Cagliari and almost our bedroom window. The hotel room itself is very clean and tidy however it does look like it was furnished in 1970s and the owners liked it so much, they've never ever changed it. The bathroom is bright green wall and floor tile and we recommend you don't look at your reflection in the bathroom mirror because it might be the most unflattering lighting you've ever seen. Shower is powerful but don't trust the shower door - the gentleman from reception had to free me in my shower cap and towel from the lime green ceramic nightmare. He was very nice though. The room was also very cold, and the heating/air con didn't work at all no matter how much we pleaded with it. Take a hoodie, or nick your loved ones. The beds are also very uncomfortable but do come with a weird army issued bed fleece - maybe this ties into the 70s theme, I'm not sure. Breakfast is quite nice and they have a large selection available. The staff are incredibly helpful and friendly so for that, i'll give them 3 points! House Keeping did steal my bar of Milka though, they lost a point for a that.…
This hotel is good to stay for one night but not more. Location is 29 minutes by bus to the city centre. I had the intention to dine in the hotel restaurant “La Finestra sul Cielo” as advertised on the web. This restaurant has good reviews. I was very disappointed when I was informed that it had been closed for about five years. There are no restaurants close to the Hotel. As it was late in the evening, the only alternative was to dine in the Up restaurant located on the fourth floor of the building. It is a shame that Ristorante La Finestra Sul Cielo is still being advertised on the web uliviepalme.it and also on Trip Advisor. On the contrary the Up restaurant has zero reviews and 2 ratings. The staff hurried around as they are understaffed which make one feel uncomfortable. The restaurant opens at 8.00 pm so one has to wait for the opening time even if you are early back in the hotel and wish to eat. It has a set menu with little choice, take it or leave it. It was antipasto consisting of veg and then either pasta or rice for first course and meat or fish for second course plus desert. Besides, there is a wait of about half-an-hour to forty-five minutes between each course and one will end up eating pasta very late. At least the taste was very good. Worst of all was the terrible heat. There is no air conditioning in the restaurant and one can imagine how awful it is to stay there for at least three hours to finish your meal! The bar closes after breakfast. Once I asked from where I can get a cup of coffee, it was around 5.00 and was instructed to go to the 2nd floor and help myself from a vending machine! Disgusting! Breakfast was not refilled after 9.00 am. It looks as if they have a shortage of cutlery, as most guests had to wait or ask to be given a fork or a spoon from the kitchen as the cutlery trays end up empty very quickly. Another disappointment – the swimming pool is closed and not functioning. It will not be functioning any time soon as major repairs are required. This was also not notified on the web. So whoever had the impression of going for a dip before it was time for dinner, had to find another way to while away the time till 8.00 pm. There is nowhere to go nearby if not to hear mass in front of the hotel. Something on a positive note - In another review it was said that the elevator starts from the 1st floor, but this is not the so, there is an elevator on the ground floor. The rooms are spacious, very clean, towels and toiletries are replenished daily. The breakfast is plentiful and one is spoilt for choice at the cakes section. The freshness and taste is outstanding. Still, this is definitely not a three star hotel.…
Booked to stay here one night after flying in late at night. Great hotel, comfortable room. Free street parking and really nice breakfast. We knew the location wasn't the best for seeing Cagliari, but with a car it was easy to drive to town and to the beach.
We were in Cagliari for a family wedding. We reserved at this hotel because it was close to the wedding venue. But otherwise, location is far from city centre and there are few restaurants in walking distance to hotel. Some rooms have been updated but others, as well as common areas need to be refreshed, especially elevators/ access to rooms, lobby bathroom and play/game areas. Restaurant staff were not very welcoming to guests arriving after 9:30. Reception staff were not very accommodating to assistance requests. But worst of all was discomfort from heat. There is no a/c control in the rooms and the air conditioning is turned off by hotel during morning and early afternoon hours. Even when it was on, it cools minimally, leaving us tossing and turning at night from warm temperature. Opening the windows was not an option due to expressway traffic noise directly behind the hotel. And when we thought we could get some relief by ordering a chilled Campari soda at the restaurant/bar, we were given room temperature cocktails because they had no ice! This is unacceptable for a hotel of this category.…