A guide to Best Hotels in Sardinia
Sunny Sardinia has become one of the most popular places to take a holiday in all of Italy. Life here is generally laid-back while that classic Italian eye for style makes Sardinia a destination that’s truly to be cherished. Whether you’re opting for luxury or budget, traditional or modern, there’s a hotel on our list to suit you.
Beautiful beach views and a taste of the good life are just the start at Baia di Conte. This hotel complex has been designed from the ground up with your pleasure in mind. A massive pool and a football pitch in the sunshine give you all the opportunities you need to soak up the rays, while private beach access puts the lap of luxury on your doorstep.
Tucked close to Lido Beach, Riviera Hotel has all the Mediterranean charm you could ask for. Deckchairs by the pool make lazy days a breeze, while cosy rooms make you feel right at home. The hotel is close to both shops and attractions that are off the beaten tourism track, so you have the chance to sample the real Sardinia here.
Freshly refurbished for 2017’s guests, the open plan pool and sleek style of Family Life Janna E Sole gives traditional Sardinian values a contemporary feel. With a coffee shop and a couple of Mediterranean restaurants to boot, you’re going to feel nicely immersed in the local colour. What’s more, access to a gym, tennis court, football pitch and spa gives you every reason to stay active and rejuvenate in equal measure.
Another brand new offering for 2017, Casteldoria Mare has really hit the ground running. This adults-only resort gives a sublime range of meals to try at the buffet-style restaurant, while its beachfront location means you’re never far from a lazy day on a strip of sand. Rooms are already proving popular, so make sure to snap up the best sea views in the house.
Glitzy arched walkways and a private cove define Calabona Hotel as quite the prestigious place, although not to the extent that it’ll empty your pockets. In fact, you ought to treat yourself at the massage tables or relax in the whirlpool tubs, assuming you can bear to climb out of the pool and its adjacent swim-up bar.
The classic look of rustic Mediterranean villages has been taken as inspiration for Sensimar Matta Village. This adults-only resort complex is shrouded from the world in a tapestry of pine trees, with beach access that guarantees luxurious seclusion. With archery and kayaks, football and tennis to try, it’s not all beach time though.
After a day exploring in the sun, Oasis Hotel’s beautiful palm-tree adorned pool scene and choice of buffet dishes or poolside pizzeria meals beckon you back. Showcasing the best in Sardinia’s hospitality, each room boasts either a balcony or terrace that’ll soon become your own corner of serenity.
Rustic rooftops in every direction makes a stay at Domomea hotel a joy, and a pool perched atop the building is another highlight. Breakfast and buffets make for filling meals, and the rooms are warm and thoughtfully decorated, yet the solar panels also give this place some impressive green credentials.
Elegance is yours in every detail of Club Hotel Baja Sardinia, from the oceanfront terrace restaurant to the beach itself that’s within a pebble’s pelt. Vanilla white sand is yours to savour and spacious rooms are your home from home in this opulent corner of happiness.
Views of the bay from your sea-blue room are a pleasure to savour in the Carlos V Hotel, with the beach on your doorstep and dozens of ways to treat yourself around every corner. Tennis and massage days are just some of the ways to keep yourself both active and relaxed, while the dining here is as renowned for its brilliance as the accommodation itself.