Hotel Arbatasar

Address: Via Porto Frailis 11, Arbatax, Sardinia, 08041, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Porto Frailis 11, Arbatax, is near Domus De Janas.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Arbatasar Arbatax

    Reviewed by ten_ellie

    A Hidden Palace...

    Reviewed Jun 16, 2014
    by (1 review) Bargara , Australia Flag of Australia

    Arbatax. Italy. Such a tiny little sleepy town, with its main site to see being the port on which it is built. Arriving via the port with only 1 night initially meant to stay between a trip to Africa, ran into some boat troubles and stayed a week. Hotel Arbatasar what a hidden gem! Just a short walk from the main road and you enter this gorgeous safe haven. The outdoor area, quite vintage with an amazing poolside area; a 100year old olive tree guards the entrance of the hotel itself, and an outdoor alfresco dining area for the hotels own restaurant. This place gave me everything I needed and barley ventured further then the hotel boundaries. Staff are lovely, rooms clean with views, breakfast every morning, and a bar down stairs all hours of the night. What more could you ask for?

    Arbatasar Hotel
    Arbatax, International

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    Travel Blogs from Arbatax

    Stuck in Sardinia

    A travel blog entry by ten_ellie on Jun 16, 2014

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    17th May 2014
    6.00am -> Left Nice port on route to Tunisia, Africa.

    An exciting unexpected adventure (as most usually are in this industry) found Captain Mark and I on an early departure heading South East towards Sardinia, Italy for our first leg to Tunisia, Africa. Approximately 12hrs straight driving time would have us docked …

    Lovely Mountainous Countryside to the Beach

    A travel blog entry by eldonsteeves on May 19, 2015

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    ... which was good. Our car doesn't seem to have too much get-up-and-go, and Eldon doesn't like passing without some zip.

    We are in a lovely hotel. We are not very close to the town center; we are about 300 steep feet down to the water. We got checked in and set out to see the town. We stopped for a beer overlooking the Mediterranean; it was ...

    Day 42 - Bari Italy

    A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Sep 29, 2014

    ... Adriatic coast, located soth-east of the regions river mouth. We caught the MSC shuttle bus to the city and explored the shops. We did not realise majority of the shops close between lunch and 5pm. They then reopen for the night. After 3 hours of city exploring we caught the shuttle back to the ship, went to the gym, tried the snack meals at the buffet, explored the ship and then went to the restaurant for dinner at 9pm. We have ...

    Arrividerci Sardinia!

    A travel blog entry by olsonfamily on Jun 30, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... and explore all around the structure. The kids were exceedingly impressed with the Nuraghe and the history of the structure ( a good sign for our trip to Rome!).

    At dinner last night we asked Jackson and Abby their favorite things about our time here in Sardinia. Elephant Rock topped Abby’s list, and Jackson was most excited about staying up late, eating gelato and pizza, and of course, scuba diving. They were also quick to note the not ...

    The rest of our time in Arbatax

    A travel blog entry by malloryharvie on Jun 23, 2014

    ... ladies, who while they didn't speak English, did very well at communicating with us. It's pretty amazing what can be accomplished with hand gestures and a few words. I filled out a form they had for me in English, and then they copied what I wrote in the spaces from the English form to the Italian form so they could read it. Luckily things had started to move forward, and I've also heard back from my own bank where a formal investigation has been launched. Things are ...

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    Arbatasar Hotel
    Arbatax, International