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Santateresa Hotel
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Reviewed June 27, 2012

Remote in the old town, so quite a way to walk down to the port and where is the life but amaising location, very nice big and confortable clean rooms.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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4  Thank Lil0ux
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Reviewed May 18, 2012

As first time international travellers, we could not more highly recommend this excellent Hotel. The rooms were completely refurbished, breakfast was excellent, the staff helpful (notwithstanding our hopeless French) and the position of the Hotel is simply unique and brilliant. The room was windproof (a good thing given the gales) and we could not hear any other guests. If you are looking for a place to stay in Bonifacio, make sure you book the Santa Teresa Hotel.

  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank ACe_of_Longley
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Reviewed May 2, 2012

We booked a superior double/twin with balcony for 2 nights in April. The bedroom was of decent size, and bathroom also of a good size. Balcony just about the width of a chair, about 12 feet in length, where we could sit and watch the ferries from Sardinia.
Overall the service was good, and wifi not a problem.
The location is exceptional for the views over the sea, and the distant landscape to the north. The walk into the old town takes around 10 minutes, but the buildings between the hotel and the town are a bit run down, with a lot of derelict ex-military buildings. If you have a nervous dispostion then walking back from town in twilight or in darkness could be a bit unsettling.
Breakfast was not good value at 15 EUR each. When the breakfast omelette arrived it was clear it was from a frozen packet, and was only reasonbly usable as a sponge for washing the motorbike - in fact it contained so much water we probably wouldn't need a bucket either. The hotel should really remove this culinary disaster from their breakfast menu, but full marks to them for making the necessary adjustment to the bill when we gave them our feedback.
Given the expansive views and the good service and easy free parking, we would definately stay at this hotel again.

Bonifacio is a fascinating place but does have it's tourist rip-off restaurants.
But if you like the french cave / wine bar experience then I recommend you visit Comptoir Bonifacien in 9 rue St Jean Baptiste, We had a very tasty lunch with Corsican charcuterie and fromage, a nice selection of wine, and a warm welcome.

  • Stayed: April 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank belld01
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Reviewed October 26, 2011

Set on the point overlooking the sea, the building won't be mistaken for great architecture, but it isn't exactly ugly either. The hotel itself, is set inland slightly, so you will see the parking lot before you see the ocean, but then again, it doesn't bill itself as a cliffside chateau which is commendable given the tendency for hotels to exaggerate their facilities and location these days.

The hotel itself is furnished in a playful, modern style and appears to have been recently renovated. There is a generous parking lot outside the front entrance with easy access to the hotel. No steps or other hindrances so you can use the roller bag the whole way in.

The view from our third floor room was beautiful. The room itself, was bright, clean and modern; well-sized, but not over-sized. There was plenty of room for us and our bags, and we definitely didn't feel cramped. Bathroom was generous and there was an automatic blind over the window that raised and lowered via the adjacent wall switches which was rather luxe providing a pleasant surprise.

I couldn't get wireless in the room, but the free access in the lobby was adequate. They also have a small bar adjacent to the lobby that is staffed by the receptionist. You may have to walk around the corner to let them know you'd like a drink, after which they're happy to serve you. Not an extensive selection, beer, wine, and sodas mostly, but it is fine for a quick drink while you're browsing the web in the lobby. Head into town for a more extensive drinking selection.

Breakfast was perfectly adequate for a hotel of this class. Standard euro hotel fare of breads, pastries, yogurt, etc. and the OJ was fresh. Nothing to complain about. The hostess was very pleasant and her bright smile was a genuine pleasure in the morning.

The hotel has some trails to wander the coast just outside as well as some "ruins" to explore at your leisure. For more activities, the main part of town is a short, but not unpleasant, 10 min walk away where you'll find all manner of restaurants, shops, and cafes to amuse you.

Kudos to this hotel for providing exactly what they should and doing it in a fine manner. Make no mistake, it is a 3-star hotel, exactly as they claim, and you will have perfect 3-star accommodations. I have to rate this property a 5 overall for meeting expectations, not over-selling themselves, and having a bright, clean rooms and common areas. No complaints! I would stay here again should I find myself in Bonifacio.

  • Stayed: October 2011, traveled with friends
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2  Thank minkmeister
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Reviewed September 28, 2011

Lovely hotel very thoughtfully furnished and wonderfully clean and comfortable.
It's on a steep hill some distance from the town and its restaurants and bars, so not really suitable for anyone with walking difficulties as limited bar and don't think they do much catering except breakfast.
Reception was a tad unfriendly but overall a very positive experience.

Room Tip: Travelled as a group and everyone had a positive experience so don't think there are rooms to avoid - our room at the back had an oblique sea view which was glorious
  • Stayed: September 2011, traveled with family
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