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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Angedras Alghero
Lovely hotel, great staff, would highly recommend it!
I've just got back from holiday in Sardinia and we stayed at the Angedras. The rooms are a good size, very bright, well kept and simply but stylishly furnished. All the staff were really helpful and the maid-service was excellent. It's a bit of a walk from the Lido (approx. 30mins) but Ok if you hire a car, we did find a small bar by the sea that put out sun loungers so we went there. I would definitely go back and highly recommend this hotel.
Have just spent 10 days at the Angedras Hotel, and would like to thank the Management and staff for an excellent holiday. Our room was immaculate, and properly cleaned on a daily basis. The location of the hotel is good, although it can get chilly in the evenings on the walk home from the town, which takes about 20 minutes. All restaurants we tried were generally very good - recommend the lobster in Lepante and the Spaghetteria in the square for a really cheap but delicious meal. Suggest hiring a car and trying the beach at Stintino. It takes about 45 minutes to get to, but really quiet and the water amazingly clear. If you are brave enough to do the journey to the North of the Island (we took ferry to Magalena Islands) prepare for total lunatics driving and a very stressful journey. All in all, an excellent hotel that offers good value for money with really friendly service.
Meeting with marco and co.
Enjoyed a wonderful 6 night break at the Angedras,Alghero.Hotel is modern,clean and very quiet apart from the local dogs barking into the night.A 20 minute walk into the centre and old town ,beach @ 30 minutes.Good base for a short break ,car hire recommended for seeing the region.Hotel run by lovely brothers Marco and Francesco and ably assisted by the charming and funny Antonella.
Had an awful experience at the La Muraglia Restaurant,situated on the ramparts of the old town.Food beyond bad and aggressive and rude proprietors.(police were called as we refused to pay for a steak which was inedible).DO NOT eat here under any circumstances(horrendous art work displayed, this should have warned us!!)
Hotel Angedras - Alghero
Returned from the Angedras on the 3rd May 2004. The hotel is excellent, really clean, bright rooms, simply but tastefully furnished, with lovely bathrooms and bedrooms. The two guys running the hotel are very helpful and friendly. They can also arrange your transfer to the airport, if you ask them. Room on the lower level available for day of departure, to store cases and get changed etc.Breakfasts are continental style, nice food and lovely freshly made coffee. I would highly recommend the Angedras, its approx 5 min walk to beach and 15 mins into the old town, but if you go via the beach front this is really pleasant. Do try the Bella Napoli Pizzeria in the main square near the port, outside and inside seating and the best pizza's ever! ------------------------------. Also reasonably priced. Try the ice-cream shops... the ice-cream is to die for (try the mascarpone flavour!). Alghero is very pretty, Saturday night seems to be the busy night, but then we were there at the start of the season.
Highly recommended - clean and fresh hotel!
I was so pleased with my choice of hotel for our short break in Sardinia over Easter. The Angedras was spotlessly clean with a very simple, fresh but stylish interior. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly and I would happily recommend this hotel to anyone planning a trip to Alghero.
The location of the hotel is a short walk away from the beach and about a 10 minute walk to the old town. If like us you hire a car then there is plenty of parking by the hotel. There is no through traffic running past The Angedras and as a result the area is lovely and quiet.
Great hotel - definitely worth a stay!
Clean, modern & comfortable hotel with superb staff
Clean, modern & comfortable hotel with superb staff, very courteous and helpfull. Hotel lies in a good position approx. 15 mins from old town.
Sardinien - Alghero
We booked the Hotel for 2 days from 17-19 Nov. 03.We were very pleased with the Hotel Angedras . Located in a side-street and about 15-20 minutes away (walk) from the center of Alghero. It's a very new Hotel with very friendly and helpful staff. We will come back next year 2004 and would recommend the Hotel Angedras to anyone. Klaus P.
Friendly,comfortable and spotless.
My wife and I took a last-minute 3 day trip to Alghero on 17- 11- 2003,using of course,our favourite bargain airline Ryanair.Not for the first time we cosulted Tripadvisor for help in finding a reasonably priced hotel.We picked the Angedras and were very pleased that we did.Although about 15 minutes walk to the centre,the hotel is very new,spotlessly clean and with very friendly and helpful staff.Nothing was too much trouble for them.Included in the price was a buffet breakfast with tea or fresh ground coffee served any style you could imagine,but without the availability of any cereals or freshly-baked bread[our only bad point].It was only on the last day that we found out that the two young men who had looked after our needs so well,were in fact the owners.Congratulations.We would recommend hotel Angedras to anyone and look forward to staying again next year. Malcolm Wright.
Very new & quiet location
We stayed at the Angedras in Alghero in early Nov 2003. We were very pleased with it. It was a nice quiet location and the hotel is only a year or so old so it doesnt look tired like some others might. * The staff are very pleasant. The rooms are clean and basically furnished. The bathroom was great. * Breakfast was nice but maybe a big sugary for me. The TV was good in that it had BBC World which is a rare treat. No US channels though. * The location is a nice quiet side street, the area is fine not rough or anything. However its a 10-15 Min walk to anything happening. This was Ok for us as its a nice enough walk, you can either take the scenic route via the coast into the old town or the slightly quicker direct route through the town. Its probably one of the most central hotels in Alghero. From what we saw most of the hotel are non-central. * See "General" remarks of mine about Alghero...
I stayed at this hotel recently for a week-end.The Hotel was in a residential area, within walking distance of the old town. It was a beautiful modern building, with typical sardinian rooms. My room overlooked the pretty courtyard which was filled with Hydrangeas. The courtyard is used for cocktails and has a friendly feeling.Breakfast is taken on a terrace overlooking the rooftops. There is a small bar which was open 24hrs. The staff were very efficient and extremely helpful.I would recommend this hotel for his location, style and price.
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Travel Blogs from Alghero
... like rooms with organ pipes but it was all caused by many years of dripping water forming those staligtites and staligmites. Clear sea water formed large pools of water inside and the temperature stayed at 18 degrees all year round. The cave was amazing.
We needed some lunch after this so we wandered up to near the sea wall and found a nice restaurant where we sat under some shade ...
... district close down between 1.00pm and 4.00pm each day, it can be annoying for the tourist if you haven't found lunch yet and only the expensive tourist set up places are open. We headed home for lunch too and I whipped up a Greek salad while we chilled out in the shady courtyard.
Later on we headed out on foot to the old part of town where a historic stone wall lined the foreshore and wrapped itself around the old village. ...
Left our lovely space behind today to head off to Alghero, a medium sized town on the top of the west coast of Sardinia. With a few sights to see along the rusty coloured landscape our first stop was Las Plassas where the ancient ruins of Marmilla castle is situated on top of an extinct volcano. Well we would have liked to walk up but a sign prohibited us in Sardinian, so we thought we better not or we'd get a ...
... We leave here again tomorrow morning for our last night in Sardinia. We take a ferry to Corsica Sunday morning. It sounds like it's about an hour to get to Corsica.
We walked to the old town after getting laundry done. There wasn't a whole lot to see (just old Medieval streets, busy piazzas, battlemented walls, …). We went into a couple of churches and ...
... We saw relics 14,000 years old in this museum.
Some of the most important finds that we wanted to see were the Giants of Mont'e Prama. In March of 1974 a farmer was tilling his land and struck something. Not knowing, this farmer had made a discovery that would rock the archaeological world to its core. A series of excavations carried out between 1975 and 1979 brought to light 5200 limestone ...