Hotel Florida

Address: Via Lido 15, Alghero, Sardinia, 07041, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Via Lido 15, Alghero, is near Maria Pia Beach, The Andrea Jensen, Wind Sardinya Sail Sas, and Cittadella dei Musei.
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          TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Florida Alghero

          Reviewed by mrushmere

          Good location.

          Reviewed Jun 17, 2016
          by (2 reviews) , France Flag of France

          Location great for the beach and the town with the promenade running along the sea front. Food choices good, especially breakfast.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Florida Alghero

          Good hotel right on the beach

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          We stayed in the Hotel Florida for Our honeymoon in June. It is about 10-15mins walk from the old town where all the best restaurants are, but the walk is along the sea front, and buses run all day. We wanted somewhere clean and tidy with bed and breakfast close to the white beaches, with things to do nearby, and the hotel satisfied all of this. The pool was clean and well managed. The bar snacks were sparse but 5 mins walk to the supermarket with hot and cold meal delicatessen. You do not go to an Italian Fishing town to eat in the hotel, with fantastic restaurants nearby. Alghero is unspoilt with no English and Irish Bars, and lots of Italians in the Bars and restaurant. I recommend it. If you like English bars etc go to Majorca, and don't spoil it.

          Perfect Hotel, wonderful Location

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          My partner and I stayed at the Hotel Florida for a week in the middle of September. We had a brilliant room, very large and clean with a wonderful sea view - all for a reasonable price with breakfast included. Our room was cleaned everyday and the towels were changed. The Hotel is right in front of the beach, both the water and sand are amazingly clean. There is a swimming pool in the front of the hotel with a children's pool attached.

          You can see the Old Town from the Hotel and it takes about 15mins to stroll along (a very nice walk). We arrived in the evening and it is quite spectacular when it is lit up. There are lots of great restaurants as well as really delicious pizza take-aways (prices starting at 1.50) and ice-cream parlours. Bella Napoli was a favourite of ours.

          We really enjoyed our time in Alghero. I would recommend this hotel to anyone, the staff were very helpful. I emailed them to book our room and they were very prompt and courteous in their replies.

          Good hotel in a perfect location

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          We stayed here for one night last week on our way back from Palau. See my review on Hotel Gabbiano for reference. This hotel was good value at 100E for a fairly large room at the fron with a sea view, including breakfast. The breakfast offered a good choice but the staff looked pretty miserable, particularly in the restaurant. We didn't have time to use the pool but it looked more than adequate. The beach had really fine white sand and the sea was warm. Yes, the water is clearer and tourqoise on the north coast but this was fine and relaxed. The furniture in the room was nice and we had a TV and air-con. The shower was a proper shower in a glass cabinet but it could do with updating-orange plastic towel rail and mirror! Yugh!

          I would certainly stay here again.

          Good Location

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          We have just returned from staying at the Hotel Florida, our room was clean and basic, o.k. it was on the small side, but are you in it that often?

          Pool area was great and kept in clean condition.

          Read the menu for dinner it did'nt appeal soup and boiled ham, but plenty of places to eat nearby,recommend DAPS out of hotel turn right look for sign Via Fratelli Cervi 16 get there early or prepare to wait.

          Breakfast was great and plenty of everything.

          Great location and yes would stay there again.

          A great dissapointment

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          I had read several good reviews on this hotel but having stayed there recently i really can't understand why. The room we had was ok but very basic. The pool area was clean but the only choice of food for lunch was a boiled ham and cheese sandwich or tuna. The staff were pretty unfriendly and unhelpful and the cost of a room with a sea view (6 euros per person) was very harsh. After leaving we then stayed in Cala ganone at a hotel half the price and far superior in every way. I would recommend people look elsewhere for a hotel in Alghero.

          Great Getaway!

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          We recently stayed at the Hotel Florida in Alghero and found it to be very nice. We had a HUGE family room with a sea view. I would suggest staying at the top two floors to surely enjoy the sea view. We paid extra for the view and we were put on the floor above reception. We could see the sea, but a huge palm tree blocked some of the way. It was still nice overall, but I would have preferred a bit higher up to see the view better.

          The staff were very nice and helpful. The hotel is a bit retro but still very clean and functional. Great location. The beach in front of the hotel was very nice. There is a charge for use of the umbrellas and sun chairs on the public beach, but worth the money. It bought you the enire day. As far as the seaweed on the beach....it's a beach. There wasn't that much and most of it was really the short pieces of sea grass that washed up. Once you stepped over the maybe half foot of pile up the water was crystal clear and WARM. We truely loved our trip there and I would highly recommend Alghero and the Hotel Florida.

          Hilarious food!

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          I've given this hotel a 4 star rating, as it met all of our requirements and was very reasonably priced (full board was cheaper than half board). It has a good sized, clean pool (with separate children's pool), the restaurant has amazing views of the sunsets, it's right by the beach, a short walk into town, clean and tidy. It also has a games room which we didn't use. So the decor is rather 70s, but hey! We had a fab 5-day break, and the hotel was in an ideal position. We will return!

          Not the best option in Alghero

          from

          An interesting 1970s style retro hotel, but which could do with a proper face-lift and refurbishment. Although partly refurbished in the 1990s the hotel feels very dated and particularly the public spaces feel very old-fashioned. We had a seaview room and enjoyed the view as well as the fantastic location of the hotel. However, the beach outside the hotel suffers from seaweed and the better beaches are outside of town. Alghero is a very interesting place to stay for a few days and has character, but I would not recommend staying in the Hotel Florida. Our room was small, and the shower had very little water pressure. We also found the air-conditioning to take quite a long time to cool down the room. Overall, decent price and location, but there are better hotels to stay at in Alghero.

          Good quality accomodation for the price.

          from

          Sardinia what a place!!!! We have just come back from a week's holiday at the Hotel Florida, Alghero and we had a really great time. The hotel is spotlessly clean and tidy. Our room was spacious and although we did not have a sea-view as they were fully booked, we did not mind as you don't spend much time in your room. The pool area was clean with plenty of sunloungers. Maria Pia beach up the road from the hotel, within walkable distance, is worth a visit. The restaurants in Alghero are very good and we didn't have a bad meal. The restaurants we would recommend are Osteria Taverna Paradiso on Via Principe Umberto 29. This place had a non-smoking section and the food wasn't expensive. I can recommend the lamb ragu and the sardines with tomatoes and rocket. For a place that is something special and to go with that, special prices, try Andreini, on Via Ardoino 45. This restaurant is set beneath a huge fig tree. The food is beautifully presented and with the dessert menu there is a suggested wine to go with each option. For lunch experience the foccacia bar (can't remember the name but it is opposite the end of the marina and the little train). All the locals go there and for 1 Euro 90 it is a really cheap but fabulous lunch.

          Great hotel for its class & price

          from

          Booked this hotel after reading a recommendation from another reviewer. We couldn't have been happier with the hotel. The staff are very friendly and helpful, the pool is excellent with lots of loungers (closes at 19:00 though), across the street from the beach (pay & free), great sea and old town views (make sure you get a sea view room) & balconies with chairs, good a/c, 5 min walk from a big supermarket, 15 min walk to the old town, good buffet breakfast until 10am, great shower, nice bed, very safe & clean (safes in room), stairs & lifts (elevators). Overall - excellent. Highly recommended.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Florida Alghero

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Alghero

          Early start.

          A travel blog entry by mrushmere on Jun 17, 2016

          10 photos

          Off the ferry at 7.30 and toured down the south west coast, with breakfast at Favalella in the U Scontru restaurant. Good value. Then onward towards Bonifacio. along the T40, great biking road. Arrived in good time so parked up and walked to a marina side cafe for a coffee. Ferry at 12 across to St Teresa, a gentle swell but good views of Bonifacio …

          First full day in Sardinia.

          A travel blog entry by mrushmere on Jun 18, 2016

          16 photos

          We had agreed to meet for breakfast at 8, only to oversleep! However breakfast of cereals, scrambled egg, bacon, sausage, croissants and coffee soon had us ready to start our first day in Sardinia. So we looked for a ride out in the area to see some of the local sites. Set out north east on the S127, then east past lake Cuga. There seemed to be …

          Clean and green

          A travel blog entry by cockystravel on Sep 09, 2014

          4 photos

          ... people were 10 minutes late in openign, but nobody cares.
          We then set off for neptunes cave. What a fantastic spectacle. 670 steps down to the sea and then back up again.
          We then had a swim a little beach - and I mean little, the sand patch was about half the size of our backyard. It was cool, clear and refreshing. Jeff had put our bathers in but for some reason could not find them (found them at the bottom of the backpack when we got home-so ...

          Heading North on the Island

          A travel blog entry by vazzhobspainit on Jun 24, 2014

          2 comments, 4 photos

          ... the Carbiniery –highway patrol. The first time we have ever needed our international drivers licenses. Very serious faces and assault riffles kept our giggles in check until we got the all clear. Much laughter in the bongo van as Guido explained that in Italy there are Irish jokes but the Irish are substituted with the Carbiniery. Anyway time to visit a winery and taste some Vertmentino ciao ...

          More than Beaches

          A travel blog entry by olsonfamily on Jun 21, 2014

          3 comments, 10 photos

          We have continued to explore Sardinia's beaches this week… Spiaggia Quartu San Elena, Spiaggia Castelsardo, Foxi Manna, Spiagga Barisone…all amazing with beautiful scenery, warm water, sandcastles to be built, and gelato to be eaten (Cioccolata for Abby and Fragola for Jackson) . Even when it rains, Jackson and Abby run up and down the long stretches of sand while Matt and I enjoy another Ichnusa, the local ...