Olbia Luxury hotels, Italy
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"Hotel Seraesole - a little out of the way"
Reviewed by Joseph S. of "San Diego, CA" on
Nov 2, 2010
I chose this hotel BECAUSE it is a few miles outside of Olbia where it is quieter, but I made a mistake by not renting a car as well. They advertise that they are near all the rentals - bikes, scooters, etc. However, all of these things are found in Olbia, so if you don't have a car to get to Olbia, you have no access to these types of rentals. We still managed to hike a few miles to a very pretty beach (Capo Ceraso), but we would have had access to many beaches with some transportation. Other than that, you're basically looking at a handful of restaurants in the vicinity and that's it. The hotel itself is beautiful and clean. Some things, like the pool and some fountains, weren't kept up very well because it was off-peak and we were pretty much the only people in the hotel anyway. The staff was great. They're all friendly, they all speak English, and one of them even broke into the bar after hours to steal us a bottle of wine (and charge it to our room, of course). Just make sure you rent a car and this place is excellent!
The place was excellent and service was good. Excellent breakfast with omlett-buffet. Bad selections of juice and not to much smiling waitresses. Very good swimmingpool and close to lovely white beaches. Car is necessarry. We had a child of 3 years old and she loved the pool and the room. Recommend this hotel for everybody.
"Great hotel quiet and peaceful retreat"
Reviewed by T Merry of "London" on
Aug 12, 2009
This is a great hotel that is well worth the money. But don't be fooled by the Porto Rotondo location because it is ten minutes by car up a sharp hill and will cost you 20 euros each time. That's not a problem because the hotel is in a lovely secluded spot; but if you're expecting to spend the day / evenings in Porto Rotondo, that's more tricky...
"Nice for a few days"
Reviewed by K Sheehan of "LONDON" on
Jul 10, 2009
Stayed for 3 nights in a room on 4th floor with sea view balcony. Room was nice, bathroom small but not a problem. Nice pool and grounds - the hotel was quiet so that helped. Breakfast buffet was as expected. Main disappointment was evening meal. Buffet starters were fine, although as noted by someone else did not seem to get topped up. Main courses uninspiring and bland and deserts not good except the icecream.