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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Arbatasar Arbatax
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?
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