Alma di Alghero Hotel

Address: Via Lido 29, Alghero, Sardinia, 07041, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via Lido 29, Alghero, is near Maria Pia Beach, The Andrea Jensen, Cittadella dei Musei, and Wind Sardinya Sail Sas.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Alma di Alghero Hotel

    Nice friendly hotel alma


    Stayed for 3 nights, staff very friendly and helpful. Room was large and airy and the mural on the wall was a nice touch. Breakfast food was fine, bar in hotel was nice and always easy to buy a drink. Nice walk into the old town, also two supermarkets nearby for getting odds and ends, train station also on the same road. We took trip to sassari on the train 3.10 euros return, this was a pleasant town to visit for half a day. We would stay at this hotel if we visited Alghero again.

    A hidden gem


    Stayed here for three nights. The staff are extremely helpful and welcoming. We were personally shown to our room by Elizabetta on arrival and given plenty of help and advice about the area. The rooms were clean and comfortable and the buffet breakfast full of variety. Location is great, on the beach front and 15 min walk to the 'old town'. Easy to get to from the airport, just catch the airport bus for less than a euro. I recommend this hotel to anyone and would definately stay here again.

    Not a 5 stars but very nice


    We was in Hotel Alma di Alghero in December 2005 and the Hotel was new and confortable.

    Nice position right on the beach but just 10 minutes from city centre, breakfast is good and staff helpful.

    We raccomand this hotel and we will come back.

    Great Hotel


    Just got back from staying at the Hotel Alma ( 4 adults and 1 child 6yrs). The room still had plenty of space even with a double and a single bed. The staff were fantastic and answered any questions we had. The buffet was very good, a good range of foods. The rooms were large and were cleaned excellently every day. The hotel is situated very close to the town and the beach is directly opposite. Would definately recommend this hotel

    Good Value Stay


    Had a very pleasant weekend break here. Staff were helpful and breakfast good for a buffet. Staff helpful. Rooms large and clean, but not very soundproof. Good position on waterfront. Being new, it still needs to add information on local transport, activities and attractions for first time visitors.

    Very nice hotel


    We took a last minute trip to Alghero and stayed in this hotel as we read good reviews on it. OK it's not a 5 star hotel but we paid a good rate, room was modern and very clean, comfy bed, staff were fantastic, the location of the hotel is good, breakfast was fine, no problem at all with this hotel. Incidentally whilst in Alghero we visited one of the "top" hotels there, and whilst it had a higher star, the rooms were old and musty and the hotel had no atmosphere. I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel to anyone travelling to Alghero. The welcome we received when we arrived, the help and info we got from the reception staff, and the quality of the rooms makes this a "upper level" 3 star hotel. Very easy to walk in to town too.

    The best Value we ever spent


    We stayed at Hotel Alma di Alghero in Alghero and were more then pleased with the high value we received for the money we spent. It is a nice quiet hotel in front of the sea and just 10 minutes from city centre.

    The staff was very helpful and friendly and took lots of time with us showing us maps and brocures of things to do and even gave us recommendations on places to eat that fit in with our budget.

    I would definately recommend this hotel to any one who places value on quality.

    we will definately stay there again!

    Little gem of a hotel!


    Spent 3 nights (long weekend) in this lovely hotel. Brand new and excellent value for money. Large rooms are spotlessly clean and have beautiful hand painted sea frescos on the walls. Prime beach location. Staff are very pleasant and helpful. One small minus point - when we first arrived, we had lovely fresh brewed Italian coffee at breakfast-time. By the third day they had installed a coffee vending machine (free), but the coffee is nasty. However, for Euro 1.50 you can get the real stuff freshly brewed from the hotel bar from morning to night.

    Would definitely stay here again.

    Excellent with a perfect location


    I really spent a nice time in this hotel...very friendly and next to the beach. Staff was very nice. I think i will be back there!

    Breakfast was excellent, the standard rooms are enormous.

    Loved this hotel


    Stayed at this hotel in October. It is in a great position, just metres from a beautiful, clean beach and 15 minutes walk to the Old Town. The rooms are spacious and immaculate. The staff were lovely and very helpful. Nothing too much bother for them. Breakfast was good and plentiful. Will definitely be staying here again next time I visit.

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    Travel Blogs from Alghero

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    Aboard Roma

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