Hotel Kalliste is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Ota, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Hotel Kalliste features room service, a coffee shop, and sun umbrellas, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a pool. If you are driving to Hotel Kalliste, free parking is available.
Travelers looking for Mediterranean restaurants can head to Restaurant le Belvedere, Chez Felix, or Le Romantique.
Enjoy your stay in Ota!
Terrible hotel with a practice of misleading clients with photos of the nicer newer rooms whilst other rooms are old and look bad. The support from the hotel staff was ridiculous (the manager was never available) and despite us leaving the hotel straightaway and cancelling the booking, they still tried to charge us for the fees. We are in dispute to resolve at the moment. In short, this type of businesses need to punished severely for these practices. Also to note that Booking.com did very little to help this situation - they are just interested in taking substantial fees and have no involvement when things go wrong. We found a much better alternative in terms of price and quality without using Booking so would recommend that route to everyone.
It is hard to imagine how this place got three stars. The room was cramped and institutional, the staff was indifferent, and they cater to large bus tours so there are huge crowds at breakfast and things are not restocked. The pool was beautiful.
The hotel is in the center of Porto, where there is plenty to do. Restaurants, stores, the port and boat tours are reachable in minutes. The rooms are looking towards the sea and the port, so you can enjoy the sunset. The staff is really nice, private parking is available (however limited), rooms are clean and nicely decorated.
Clean room, modern with a good view and large balcony overlooking the tower at Porto. Room was comfortable and spacious, looked newly renovated with jazzy decor. Pool fabulous, quiet and away from the hotel and the bustle of Porto (just a short uphill walk). Breakfast simple but pleased the family.
I kind of liked staying here. The rooms are a bit basic, maybe they could have been a dorm room. But on the third floor, the view was very nice, and the balcony attractive. The sea wasn't close, but the view from high and unobstructed. The management does it’s job, but, like most of Corsica in the summer, is really just intent upon collecting up (then splitting for down season). We asked whether they had access to a washing machine (we were staying for 5 days, and had been on the road for 6). After responding in the negative, my friend said “that’s no good”, the owner said “not good for you, but good for me” (maybe that encapsulates the ‘tude). The tourist office suggested using the camp site for washing, which we did. As for the town, Porto, it feels artificial. Someone decided to just put up a bunch of hotels, and a bunch of restaurants one day, add some entertainment options, and presto, a town is born. You feel no sense of a past, until you go inland a bit and see a few buildings that have been there a while. That said, although I hated my first hours when I sensed the inauthenticity. The next day, the town grew on me, as there were a lot of things within driving distance (and boating distance), and we made the best of it. Also a burger joint made a good burger.…