With the soft sands of Alghero Lido just opposite, the Florida Hotel is a great base for beach-lovers. You can also expect a sea-view pool area and a restaurant with Sardinian specialities on the menu.
Right on Alghero’s seafront, this place is just a hop across the road from Alghero Lido with its amazing sunsets. The town centre, meanwhile, is a 15-minute stroll along the Passeggiata Busquets. It’s a romantic stretch serving up nice views of the port and beach, with plenty of bars and restaurants lining the route.
Design-wise, the hotel works a retro Sixties look – think cubist-style balconies and flashes of funky orange. Step inside, meanwhile, and it’s a whole different ball game. The reception is spruced up with a classic yet contemporary combination of lemon-yellow walls, marble floors and spotlights.
The restaurant follows suit. It’s a light and airy eatery complete with smart wooden furniture and splashes of bordeaux. And it’s the perfect sea-view spot to tuck into Continental breakfasts or Sardinian specialities later in the day.
As for the bedrooms, you’ll find simple, smartly-dressed spaces. On the décor front, they all showcase a Med-style mix of terracotta floor tiles, neutral walls and wooden furnishings. And as for mod cons, air-conditioning comes as standard. All rooms have a private balcony, too, with a select few offering up seaviews.
Rounding things off is the pool area. There are two pools, both sea-facing, with one for adults and the other for children. With a pool bar, terrace with flatscreen satellite TV and plenty of loungers also thrown into the mix, you can easily while away the hours here.
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Continental buffet breakfast and set menu dinner with waiter service - order to be placed at breakfast.
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With panoramic views over the gulf of Alghero. Buffet breakfast is open for you to choose hot or cold foods and come dinner time there's a waiter service.
Surrounded by gardens with Mediterranean plants, sunbeds and parasols. And just so you're aware the pool opens from the end of April and closes in October.
Especially for fitness lovers or anyone that wants to be a bit more active our gym awaits you with a range of equipment to keep in shape.
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went in september weather not to good but if just a week of good food and chill time then best time ever. old town great for evening walk and food about 20 minutes from hotel .best drinks in bar across road from hotel.staff great could not do anought for you.More
Nice and Friendly
Beautiful Hotel, very polite and helpful staff members. Awesome swimming pool. Only one thing ... people banging doors in the middle of the night as they are heavy and hard to close quietly We had a very good time there.More
Great Family Run Hotel
Great location..... White sandy beach across the road from the hotel entrance, fortified old town 15 minutes stroll along the promenade, pine fringed beach 20 minutes stroll in the other direction, 5 minute walk to the train station, train â¬3.8 euros return to the main town Sassari, well worth a day out. Local buses and coastal tour bus nearby. Relaxing cocktail bar Macaibo on the beach promenade outside the hotel. Boat and coach trips to the fantastic caves. We booked through Thompson and stayed in the first two weeks of September 2014. The family run hotel has a very unusual design, which gives it a unique feel. The restaurant is positioned to get the most out of the fabulous view of Capo Caccia cliffs on the horizon. The room faces West and we were treated to spectacular sunsets while we ate our evening meal. We stayed half board and really enjoyed the food. During the breakfast buffet you order food for the evening from a set menu which did not repeat for the two weeks we stayed. The evening meal starts with a cold buffet, followed by primo, secondo and dolce courses with waiter service. The staff, were really friendly. As few northern European tourists come with much Italian they really appreciate it if you have a go, however limited. One slight negative was the morning coffee machine, but once we found the espresso/hot water combination that was OK. There was no after dinner coffee included with the evening meal, but excellent coffee served in the bar. Our room was spotlessly clean and comfortable. Though on the side, rather than the front of the hotel, we still had great sea views from our balcony which had the sun from early evening onwards. There were several areas that seemed under-utilised. There was a lounge/library/pool room in the basement that was very quiet, though the weather was so good so we spent little time indoors. The pool was great, deep, long and quiet enough to have a proper swim, immaculately kept with poolside lifeguard supervising and keeping the area spotless. Around the pool, there was plenty of room and variety of sun/shade/breeze. Based on the official 3 star rating, I give the place full marks.More
Nice hotel. Pricey for what it is
Me and my boyfirend visited this hotel in August. We paid extra for the seaview room which I am so pleased we did as it was beautiful sat on our balcony looking out. The staff were helpful and very quick with checking us in. Our room was always spotless and comfy. The breakfast that is included in the price was great. There was so much to choose from and it was all tasty. The location is perfect aswell. It is only 10 min walk to the old town and the beach is straight across the street, literally seconds walk. The reason I have marked this hotel down is because we spent lots of time around the pool and wanted to stay there all day. Although we found ourselves having to go out for lunch as the lunch here is terrible. We were shocked becuase the breakfast is so good. There was not much to choose from and the toasties were packets that had been delivered with no filling at all (not freshly made). We tried eating here twice and found both times it was disappointing. We also hired a car for our trip. When we had to pay we found out we were paying the same high price as everyone else that wasnt even staying in the hotel. It would have helped if they maybe discounted it for us as we were customers of theres. We had to pay 10 euros a day which we found far too expensive. The air conditioning was also a problem. It was extremely old and woke us up on a night. We needed it on because we were so hot. I do feel this is a nice place to stay although for the same price we have stayed in alot nicer hotel. Very pricey.More
jadeyboo16, York, United Kingdom
We stayed at this hotel through Thomsons and wondered what to expect due to the mixed reviews. However, we found that the hotel more than met our expectations. Everyone was very friendly and helpful. Excellent pool area, kept very clean with attractive shrubs and grass surrounding it. Thomsons could not provide a room with full sea view, so as recommended in previous reviews, we paid directly to the hotel for a full seaview balcony. Following a very helpful email exchange, we were located a room on the third floor, giving us a glorious view of the sea in front with a view of the old harbour on the left, with views towards Fertilia and beyond on the right. However, I should maybe mention that a full sea view room is also in full sun in the afternoon, so sometimes it could be too hot to sit for long on the balcony. The room was excellent, lots of hanging space, lovely and clean, with a modern, clean bathroom and towels changed daily. Breakfast provided everything we wanted. We had booked half-board as there was no option for b/b when booking with Thomsons, but we found ourselves eating there every night. Have been to Italy before, so quite happy to just relax and not have to find other restaurants. Good choice of first course buffet, excellent second course pasta dishes, but the quality of the main meat/fish dish sometimes varied from fair to excellent. Had an excellent steak but only 3 chips! The main course was followed by a good range of desserts and if cake was on, this was always a favourite. However, you have to remember, that you are not paying for a five star hotel, but all in all, its a very good three star hotel offering excellent five star service. After our dinner, we usually walked into the old town, and we are in our mid-sixties, but certainly didn't feel this was too far away. We would also recommend the 15 minute walk to the Maria Pia Beach where we used the orange umbrellas at 15 euros for two loungers and an umbrella, or 12 euros for half day until 2.00 pm. and where the food was clearly priced. This was the better beach, no smells with lovely clear water and no seaweed. People there also much friendlier than the Thomsons beach at the Hotel San Marco which we only used once. Would recommend catching the train to Sassari - excellent cathedral there hidden away with museum for only 2 euros. Also got the early bus to Bosa - first bus back is 5.15 pm - explored the castle and walked down to the beach/harbour. As not dressed for the beach, found a lovely cafe for lunch just opposite the river - Caffe - Del Porto on Via Cristoford Colombo 24- (not on trip advisor yet) very art deco and very clean.More
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