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Bagaglino Il Giardini Di Porto Cervo

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Room & Suite (152)
Pool & Beach (25)
Certificate of Excellence


#10 of 22 hotels in Sardinia
Certificate of Excellence
Bagaglino I Giardini di Porto Cervo offers apartments with hotel service overlooking the sea of the Costa Smeralda and immersed in a colorful Mediterranean garden. you will have bed linen, towels, daily cleaning service but the kitchenette, private beach with sunbeds and umbrellas untill availability, animation for children and adults(june-august), the use of sports facilities (fitness, tennis, football, beach volleyball). It is only 2 km far from Porto Cervo, the most famous and axclusive place of the coast: one of the best starting point to discover Costa Smeralda area with its landscapes and wild sandy beaches.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Free airport transportation
Room features
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Private beach
Private balcony
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36Car recommended
Grade: 36 out of 100
20Restaurantswithin 0.75 miles
0Attractionswithin 0.75 miles
Via Spargi, 18 Localita Liscia di Vacca, 07020 Porto Cervo, Arzachena, Sardinia Italy
Getting there
Costa Smeralda Airport19 mi
Sud Corse Airport33 mi
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Having arrived late, the friendly manager quickly arranged for us to be taken by buggy with our cases to our room at the top of the hill. The room was massive with a separate lounge/dining area, a small kitchen, a large bedroom, bathroom and two outside areas. Waking up the next morning we were delighted by the beautiful views from the apartment. We didn’t think the breakfast was worth it and chose rather to have a coffee and croissant at the bar next to reception. There is only one restaurant nearby and the quality and presentation of the food was to a high standard. They are a bit expensive and service dropped a bit when the number of patrons increased. Hopefully this was just start of the season hiccups as they find their pace. I found this resort to be very nice and we will certainly come again. With limited choices for dining and being out of town, you will need a car or taxi to get around.
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Nice location just outside of Porto Cuervo. The general manager was very good and keen to please and nothing was too much trouble - alwasy helpful and polite. However he couldn't overcome the basic issues which were that the rooms were very tired and dark (brown furniture, brown walls - just drab), the beds were rock hard and uncomfortable, the kitchen was really only a hob with no microwave and no utensils or washing up stuff. Don't buy the internet package for the room - when running a speed test it was 3.8Mbps download and 0.8Mbps Upload - almost impossible to do even even so not worth the package and when I complained he just said it was "italy"! Well considering this is billionaire row I'm not sure how they conduct their business with that speed - not convinced! The beach was nice but there was only a bit roped off for the hotel and the sun loungers were scrunched up together so you were all on top of each other and when it got busier you had to enter a lottery to see if you got one for the next day - if you didn't you could still have a lounger on the rest of the beach but with no umbrella. The cafe on the beach was very slow and expensive and got our order wrong twice. There was no pool either - I didn't realise - although there was one next door - not sure why the hotel couldn't come to some arrangement so that you could use it. The grounds were lovely and good for walking Breakfast was a bit basic and sometimes was cold We hired a car and ate in some nights which was fine but you had to drag the room furniture out onto the balcony as there wasn't any separate furniture which was annoying The town was nice and we found several nice places to eat that didn't cost the earth and we could watch the football (World Cup was on) The other thing was that there was no air conditioning - hadn't spotted that either - they provided fans in the room and luckily it wasn't baking but if it had been we would have been in trouble.
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Beautiful, idyllic hotel comprised of apartments spread around the site as opposed to one building. We spent a week in late September purposefully to avoid busy periods and the peace and quiet was perfect. The small beach has crystal clear water with small fish in the shallows and there are boat activities should you want to head out. Our apartment looked out over the fountains with the sea in the distance and was a great place to sit out with morning coffee or dining at night. The apartment was clean and fresh with everything in great condition. The reception staff are helpful and fluent in English should you need assistance. There is a small collection of bars and restaurants about 15 minutes walk up the hill along with a small supermarket and pharmacy. Many reviews on here mention that a car is necessary but if you're remotely healthy you'll have no problem. The Porto Cervo harbour is within 30 minutes walk and you can get a free ferry across to the village which is filled with exclusive boutiques and restaurants. The only reason I don't give 5 stars is due to the restaurant hotel which had non existent service. We waited for 35 minutes after being seated (asking for drinks and to see a menu several times) and ended up leaving due to being ignored. This is the only thing that wasn't perfect though and I'd 100% recommend the Bagaglino in late September if you want peace and serenity in an idyllic location.
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The location is beautiful ... lovely landscape.. a little beach that is shared by multiple hotels/ pricy if you wish to hire a chair on the sandy beach. The rooms are very nice and spacious, clean with a kitchenette perfect for families... but in need of a major update.... the electricity went off three times while trying to cook and have the Tv on at the same time..food is expensive but we had the best gelato ever.There is a shop 15 min walking distance... however, you definitely need a car if you want to shop or explore the nearby area.
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We read other TripAdvisor reviews before staying so were aware of the potential noise problem from the entertainment. We had emailed (in Italian) beforehand to request a quiet room with a view but it wasn't answered, despite me chasing. On arrival, we were given rooms with a great view and with two balconies and a roof terrace. I was in heaven. I had visions of sitting on the balcony in the evening with a glass of wine looking at the view. But then we realised that we were very close to the square where the entertainment takes place and over the breakfast room so we asked to move to a quieter room. We were taken to an apartment that was on the other side of the resort and disappointingly it had a view of a wall. My visions of siting with my glass of wine in the evening disappeared! We asked to swop rooms again for one with a view and the only one free was a 'superior room' with air conditioning (which we didn't need at that time of the year) and a proper shower (i.e. not one over a bath) but it was an extra 300 euros for our remaining five nights and we decided that it wasn't worth the extra money. It was also a few minutes' walk up a steep path. We are relatively young and fit but that walk may have been difficult for some. I was very disappointed to leave the other apartment with its balconies but thought that the evening entertainment would prove too annoying for us. The sound of the footsteps of the people in the apartment above us was very loud (I nicknamed them the Riverdance crowd) and that woke us up late and early anyway. The bathroom and the kitchen did need updating as other reviews have said. There is no kettle so you have to wait 15/20 minutes for the water to boil in a pan (I wish I had brought a travel kettle). A little welcome basket containing things such as salt, sugar, teabags, cleaning products would have been very welcome after a long journey but there was absolutely nothing. I have stayed in two cottages this year for short trips and had things like that provided each time. As there are no cleaning products or basic items in the kitchen, we had to buy washing up liquid, scourers and salt etc that no doubt got thrown away when we left as we couldn't take it back with us and that seemed a huge waste. There was no grill or oven in the kitchen and the cooking facilities consisted of four electric hobs so our cooking was limited. I should have reported it but we cooked eggs one morning and then threw them away because the metal of the pan came off on them. The cups were small so we bought ourselves a mug each when out in order to have a proper cup of tea (yes, very English, I know). The bathroom was tired and dated. We never did get to the bottom of the 'light' switch over the bath which sounded an alarm in the front room! Also disappointing was the lack of a single English channel on the TV out of perhaps 60 channels. I know we were on holiday and weren't planning to sit around watching TV but sometimes after a long day out it's nice to chill out on the sofa and watch a film. I have stayed in hotels before that have had at least one English channel showing family friendly films and it was very welcome after a long day out. As others have said, wifi is free in reception but not in the rooms. Luckily the 3G data was good there so we just used our data up instead. The hotel is in a good location for getting around but you do need a car. We didn't see any public transport and the transfer from the hotel was 90 euros each way. The car hire for the week was just over 90 euros in all (hint - if you hire a car, get to the queue early as we were waiting in the queue at the airport for nearly an hour). We didn't use the private beach because it's pebbly rather than sandy but instead went to the beaches around. Our favourite was the Grande Pevero beach. There was no lottery for sunbeds in the week that we were there (beginning of September). The staff were very helpful when we were trying to sort out the room situation and the rooms are visited by housekeeping every day. I can't fault the reception or the housekeeping staff at all. The reception staff were also very helpful in telling us about the area. I've given it a three star review because my partner and I thought the place was average. It could be so much nicer given some tlc and a few little nice touches, such as cleaning products for the kitchen, a little welcome basket, an updated kitchen and bathroom and at least one English TV channel (such as one showing family friendly films).
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$121 - $383 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ItalySardiniaProvince of Olbia-TempioArzachenaPorto Cervo
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