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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'A fantastic find'
Stayed at the Hotel Florida for a week from 21st Sept. It was our first time in Alghero and our expectations were surpassed in almost every respect. Firstly, the weather: 28c and blue skies every day. The hotel was great value and spotless with a comfortable room, nice pool with loads of sunbeds, good breakfast and friendly and helpful staff. People have said it's a little dated but this misses the point - it's very homely so if you're looking for room service, ice machines and business facilities then go somewhere else! The location was fantastic just across the road from a sandy beach and a promenade bar called Bar Maracaibo that had a great vibe with sofas, cool music, great cocktails and fantastic views of the sunsets. The Old Town was a 20 minute stroll past the marina and a hidden gem, think Dubrovnik without the cruise ships or a more relaxed Sorrento. It was great to explore the ramparts and back streets and discover some nice restaurants. Best for pizza was Casablanca and we liked Mirador for fish. We had a car and visited Bosa and Sassari, again good to explore. The beaches in Alghero were nice but the best we found was Mugoni, around 15 mins away beyond Fertilia, fringed by pine tress and in a bay with beautifully clear water. We had a great time and only had one small complaint that 10euros per day in the hotel car park was a lilttle steep but there was free parking around. We would definitely return.More
Marky46, Hitchin, United Kingdom
Just back from a fantastic holiday in Alghlero and stayed at this hotel. We had a fabulous time. Yes the hotel is a bit dated decor wise but more than makes up for this with service. Rooms cleaned and towels changed daily. Breakfast was good - a little repetitive but fresh and the coffee was great. The pool area is spotless and very relaxing. Plenty of sun chairs for everyone. You can hire a beach towel for 3 euro but you are charged 3 euro every time you want to change it. The location is great-straight across the road from the beach. Sunbeds and umbrellas on beach range from €8-€12 euro so you could sunbathe by the pool and go for a swim in the sea no problem if you didn't want to pay for sunbeds.. There is a cocktail bar opposite which is a great spot-especially to watch the evening sun go down. Spectacular sunsets! All restaurants were great but La Romani in the Old Town was extra special. The Suckling Pig and Risotto were delicious. 15 minute walk to Old Town but you could hire a bike and go a little bit further on for great views and scenery. Average glass of wine and bottle beer 3 euro each. Most restaurants do Vino del Casa for 5 euro half litre. I've seen great reviews for OK Pizza but it is very difficult to find and yes the Pizzas were good but not worth the effort of finding it. 30 minute walk from hotel and all restaurants serve great Pizzas. Buses to Airport are 1.50 if you pay on the bus or 1 euro if you purchase ticket at a Tobacco shop. They are hourly on the half hour. Would highly recommend holiday here.More
PollyM20, Bray, Ireland
A solid 3 star
This was a perfect option for a relaxing beach break, despite it being very dated in terms of decor. The location is great (i.e. right opposite the beach), the staff were super friendly and helpful, rooms large and spotless, breakfast fresh and good and overall a very solid option. Advice for fellow travellers is that the airport bus (costing 1 Euro each) is really easy; the cocktail bar opposite is lovely; the loungers opposite are great (12 Euros for 2 for the day, and you can hire a towel for your stay for 3 Euros from the hotel, bargain) and the stroll into town is easy. We went to The Kings restaurant which we loved. We also went to Sa Mandra which we loved (such a lot of food!). We also did a day trip out on a boat run by marine biologists who study dolphins (we were lucky and saw 2 pods). So, a great idea for a half day. Only drawbacks are the limited lunch options (we were too lazy to walk much and the options at the beach bars were limited to panini and toasties etc, so nothing fresh, not even fruit). There are also a lot of hawkers who were friendly enough but you could (on the quieter days) find it a little much. We would certainly recommendMore
Putney_resident, London, United Kingdom
Does what it says on the tin!
Great location. Rooms are clean and quiet, get a sea view. Staff were helpful. Pool is clean and has plenty of sun loungers. Breakfast was good. Good bar opposite. If you are planning to stay for more than a couple of days then hire a car as there are some great beaches near by.More
swilkie13, Bristol, United Kingdom
excellent all round
We travelled as a family - parents and 2 daughters in their 20s - to this great hotel. Immaculately clean hotel and pool. Pool was a good size and temperature with a separate pool for children and there were always sunloungers available. The beach across the road is good and there are other beaches within a short walk. Rooms were fine with excellent power showers. Would agree with others that the air conditioners could do with upgrading as they are noisy but I am sure the hotel is aware of this. Breakfast was more than adequate and there is an excellent coffee machine now. You have to choose your evening meal at breakfast and if you like fish and pasta you will be happy. The staff in the hotel were absolutely brilliant and always happy to help. Alghero is a reasonably short stroll away and is a lovely old town with cobbled streets, a marina, fantastic restaurants and plenty of shops. There are also many pizza restaurants and bars en route from the hotel to the town. All in all we had an excellent, relaxing holiday and could not fault the hotel in any way. Would definitely like to return.More
yourshopefully, London, United Kingdom
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