How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Hotel L'Oasi
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel L'Oasi Cala Gonone
Travel Blogs from Cala Gonone
... 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 ...
... I had left Brittany. She had gone ahead and got her massage and ever so sweetly changed mine to later that afternoon. I just got changed, did the routine and waited for her in the turkish bath hot tub.
Once Brittany got back from her massage she was as rubbery and relaxed as anything. We sat around in the hot tubs for a bit before we went outside where I laid in the sun and swam and she read Harry Potter in the shade. She was a nerd ...
... pick parts of in addition to the pool and lounging chairs. The routine included rooms with powerful water jets that bore down on you to "massage" you and after they shut off you were to go into a room that had a salt floor (like a giant sandbox). There you were to flop yourself in the salt like a fish and get completely coated in it. Next you went (covered in salt) to the steam room (which Brittany and I couldn't handle the first day but could the others) ...
... however all the trains to the port were sold out and the only other choices that remained were a 130 euro cab ride or a regional train that didn’t have assigned seats, space for luggage and could very well be way too full for us to even get on. We decided to take the chance and were surprisingly happy with what we got, we definitely lucked out (so no, our organs were not harvested by a con artist). A nicely dressed man arrived at our hotel, helped ...
... but "Gratsi"... were very welcoming, helpful and helped me be more decisive about my meal choices when I couldn't decide...aka they chose for me. In italy so far I've tried some interesting foods which include but not limited to: -
- Melon and Procuitto (yes what a weird combination but somehow works)
- Sebadas, which is a sardinian cheese pastry with various fillings. The one I had was citrous and honey
- Numerous pizzas, and I can eat ...