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iH Hotels Villasimius Le Zagare Resort

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In the enchanting Sardinia, on the south-eastern side of the island, there is the cozy and spacious iH Hotels Le Zagare di Villasimius, ideal for those who want to enjoy a relaxing holiday. Located in Campus, thanks to the convenient and efficient shuttle service to / from a beautiful private beach with kiosk, it is a short drive from the most beautiful beaches with golden sand and the incredible turquoise color of the sea. IH Hotels Villasimius Le Zagare offers a solution of accommodation suitable for both couples and families, thanks to the 54 rooms divided into comfort types, triple and quadruple, decorated in bright colors. The common areas surrounded by greenery, the square, the swimming pool, the fitness area and the bar complete the whole creating opportunities for meeting and leisure. The restaurant is used for breakfast, lunch buffet and dinner served.
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free internet
Pool
Outdoor pool
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
Golf course
Babysitting
Parking
Wifi
Public wifi
Internet
Restaurant
Breakfast buffet
Breakfast in the room
Special diet menus
Swimup bar
Entertainment staff
Karaoke
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Kids club
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Free shuttle or taxi services
Airport transportation
Shuttle bus service
Car hire
Fax / photocopying
Baggage storage
Currency exchange
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
Air conditioning
Private beach
Desk
Minibar
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Room service
Safe
Telephone
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Mid-range
Family
Languages Spoken
Italian
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We recently stayed a week here in June and were very satisfied with the hotel, especially for the price we paid for 7 nights. The staff were probably the nicest staff I have experienced in a hotel. The room was perfect with a lovely view of the mountains. The buffet breakfast was fine and we had dinner once in the evening which was very nice. The hotel has its own beds at the local campus beach which is a 12 min walk from the hotel. The receptionist would always gladly ring for taxis and provide us with any information we needed. The only issue we had was getting into town. We always needed taxis. We went in early June and the transport was less frequent. it was very poor but I did hear its more frequent a bit further into June and throughout the summer. There is also a public bus shuttle service which starts later in June but we were too early for that but it would have been very helpful. Overall lovely pleasant stay but a pity about the weather. Would definitely recommend
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Response from LEZAGARE H, Responsabile reception at iH Hotels Villasimius Le Zagare Resort
Responded 2 weeks ago
Good morning, thank you for your feedback, it's very important for us to to do better. We hope to have again at iH Villasimius Le Zagare
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We spent 5 days for holiday in August 2018 at Le Zagare. This hotel has an excellent location where one can enjoy nature as well as relax on the beach or by the pool. The location is very accessible by public transport which is considerably good, there is a public bus which passes around every 2 hours (check time-tables) but they keep to the time too. Buses are from Cagliari to Villasimius and area around and back, frequent stops with a stop only 5 minutes away from hotel by walk. Hotel offers shuttle bus to the beach - which is excellent. Hotel facilities are very good, staff go out of their way to help you. We were on half-board. Breakfast is on a buffet basis - not too large but selection is sufficient - no toasted bread is served and we had to ask for spoons at every meal. Dinner was good too some days it is half-plated on others it is buffet. Make sure to be there on a Thursday if you love fish. I would stay there again without second thoughts.
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If you want to keep 4 stars, you Must improve: You change all the towels in the room every day. This is not needed and is bad for the environment. Most hotels in the world have the towel-on-floor-to-change system. You change the soap every second day. This is not needed and is bad for the environment. After six days we found out we have to pay for fresh pool towels (after third refresh) . That is good for the environment. You should mention that on your website. Your fruit is sometimes too hard to eat at breakfast. You should only serve ripe fruit. Sometimes all your tomatos are green at breakfast. See photo. You should only serve red Italian tomatos. The pool is open from 10:00 - 13:00 and 15:00 - 19:00. You probably close the pool for the safety of children. Most hotels keep the pool open 24/7 and simply have a warning sign when the life guard is away. That is much more convenient for people without young children. After seven days we found out you have a ping pong table. a ping pong table is entertaining. You should mention that on your website. When guests come to the breakfast table, the staff should come and offer coffee. We usually went to the barrista at the counter and ordered the coffee ourselves. Most staff speak no English or bad English. WiFi is slow and only available near the reception and usually NOT working. 1 Mbit/s is very slow. You must improve the WiFi speed and range. You must fix the WiFi connection. We are now in a different 4 star hotel: the WiFi is available in the rooms, it works all the time and the speed: 7 Mbit/s.
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I stayed in this hotel for a long weekend in June 2014. The staff was very friendly, I was given a spacious room, very clean, big balcony, simple furniture, nice bathroom, I had good food, traditional local cheese and fresh vegetables especially since I am veg. I used the facilities at the beautiful Campus beach and had the rest I was expecting by my stay. There were many foreign tourists in the hotel and the desk staff spoke English with no problem at all. I did not find the price unbalanced vs what I got, as I read in other reviews.
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I am accustomed to this type of hotel: (often) spacious rooms furnished with basic, cheap pieces in a not particularly appealing location not far from the sea. These structures are normally max 3 stars with no pretence and cost up to 100 eur/night. What's wrong with zagare is that they sport 4 stars (not clear how they were achieved and if they're real at all) and they are expensive (140 eur/night). Had I been told to be in villasimius I had to spend 140 for a 3 star, or even a b&b, I would have probably done it, however this place creates an expectation it's not bound to live up to. Fake stars a part, the place lets you down on so many levels that it's simpler to list them: - Hours. Breakfast is served from 7 until 9 45, the 45 is quite funny in a way, they couldn't really keep it on until 10! Definitely this is not following the trend I had started to notice around breakfast times in Europe, where it's normally until 10 30 when it's not until 11 or after. I appreciate this is a place mostly for families, and kids wake up early, this doesn't mean we all have to wake up with them! Btw if you feel like taking the half board formula (not sure why you would with so many restaurants to choose from) bear in mind dinner is served until 9 pm only - Food. After waking up the 1st morning for breakfast we decided it was not worth the early rise, not even to sneak downstairs and then back to bed again. The buffet looks appealing from afar, but when you get near you realise nothing is fresh here a part for the fruit (which to be fair is good and present in abundance). Cakes and croissants clearly come from an industrial process, cheese and cooked meats from the cheapest shelf of the discount supermarket. There is no hot food buffet, understandable for a 7am breakfast, unless you think someone may come home (rather than wake up) at that time. Cherry on the cake, they charge you separately if you want coffee from the bar rather than from their coffee machine, even if you drink decaf and the machine doesn't have any decaf option - Reception. The counter is rarely manned, something you would not expect from a 4 star. When there, the staff tries its best but clearly there is no training in the background (again, not a 4 star). On arrival we got a map with the beaches, had to insist to be given indications of the nicest / serviced beaches. They probably assumed we would want to just use their shuttle and go to their beach (which we never tried) and spend money at their beach bar. - Entertainment. I hate these things, I find quite cheap and somehow annoying having a singer during dinner (unless he's a pro with his own songs), but that's just me I guess and I noticed much better hotels had the same. The hotel also sports an enterntainment team, we never tried them but can confirm they aren't noisy, at least in the morning - Structure. Upon arrival we just passed the structure assuming that could NOT be our 4 star but a cheaper hotel on the same street. The complex is made of a 2-storey main body, where our room was, and other sort of detached units which I presume are the residence units. The feeling is just of a painted mass of cement with no shape or taste. It's all squared, yellow and green, simply not very pleasant to look at, not a boutique but not a big complex either, makes me think of a motel in a way - Space distribution. As mentioned, the rooms are big and sport very big terraces. With the right style of furniture they could be very pleasant0(funnily enough we discovered that our room had just been refurbished), however bathrooms would need a rethink. Ours was quite spacious and with a window, but sported the smallest shower i've ever seen: my boyfriend could barely get in and close the shower screen, quite funny to watch while he was trying to wash sand away from his feet! Moreover, there is enough space for a second basin, the fact there is only one is a huge let down for a 4 star structure - Cleaning. The room was cleaned on a daily basis, bedsheets were not changed in the 3 nights we were there, howevere they were spotless upon our arrival. The cleaning ladies were very keen to get on with their job: on the 1st day they tried to get in at 9 (why would you want to stay in your room and not go for breakfast?!) until we opened the door and agreed "5 minutes". Of course they didn't do anything in the more than 30 mins we were downstairs for breakfast and came back again after we had fallen asleep. Needless to say there is no "no disturb" sign available to hang out of the door - Small print charges. Cherry on the icing, upon check out we were asked to pay 10eur a day for their "club card", which covers all the services we didn't use, namely the beach shuttle and the entertainment (not only it's bothering, you have to pay for it!) Bottom line: I have checked prices again upon my return, there are a number of 3 star and B&B structures at lower prices that you could go for in Villasimius, I'd reccomend picking one of them
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PRICE RANGE
$105 - $384 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ALSO KNOWN AS
le zagare villasimius
LOCATION
ItalySardiniaProvince of CagliariVillasimius
NUMBER OF ROOMS
54
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