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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Lucrezia Oristano
El mejor lugar en Sardinia
Pasé 6 noches en el hotel Lucrezia en septiembre con mi novio. Estábamos viajando por Sardina y mi primo sugirió que pasáramos al menos una noche en este acogedor hotel. Terminamos quedándonos toda una semana.
El lugar es una casa antigua llena de historia, muy bien reformada y decorada con mobiliario antiguo que siempre ha estado allí. Te sientes parte de la familia que solía vivir en el lugar y compartir las tradiciones sardinianas.
Personalmente, regresaría en cualquier momento, ¡verdaderamente disfruté la estancia!
Serenity, Calm, Romantic & the best pizza ever
We spent 6 nights in this hotel for our Honeymoon. It was booked after reading trip advisor reviews having done some significant research for accommodation in the area. I have to say it was the best choice we could have made. After the stress and build up of a wedding, we boarded a plane which was delayed 9 hours to Algero and hired a car. We made it into Riola Sardo after a scary two hour coastal road journey (take the motorway), to the little town of Riola Sardo where the hotel is located in the dark at 11.30pm and were totally shattered. We found it by asking the locals who sit on the side of the road with the neighbors chatting in pigeon Italian( bring phrase book no English) We walked in to the hotel reception which is practically in a garden and it was like an oasis. Serene and calm and beautiful, very welcome after the nightmare journey. Then we were shown to our room which was amazing, big beds, bigger pillows, flat screen TV, spotlessly clean, mini bar, Jacuzzi baths, antique furniture, we slept peacefully and comfortably that night and when we awoke to the Sardinian sun that morning the garden was even more amazing and so was the breakfast. It was just what we needed, calmness and serenity. The staff were so helpful and friendly yet unobtrusive. Stefano & Leo were great. Leo does Italian classes too in a country house surrounded by Orange trees, he also landscaped the Garden. With a glass of the local wine they give you, chill out music surrounding the garden which has a massage tent, fruit and nut trees and cozy outdoor seating, even a bridezilla like me turned into a chilled out pussy cat. It was also close to lovely beaches and some amazing little towns, so we were spoiled for things to do. Best of all is that the tourist numbers were limited in the town so we experienced the real Sardinia. We were there during the town festival complete with fireworks, its was amazing. One bad thing is that there was no restaurant in the town,but there are plenty in neighboring towns which the staff are happy to advice you on. We did find a pizza place in the town five minutes walk from the hotel called IL Ginestros, not the most attractive of places, but all the locals seemed to love it, and the reason? They did the best pizza we have ever had and for next to nothing. So we practically lived there every night. Some nights I just had a salad, bruschetta & wine while my husband and I had pizza & beers. The staff were lovely there especially when you return the next night...we became addicted... It was so cheap we could have a three course meal with wine for 20 euro. All in all we will be back as it was the most relaxed we have both felt in years and its all because of the Hotel. All the reviews are true I am so happy to say. Maybe even better than expected....
Romantisches und luxuriöses Hotel
Allen Freunden des italienischen Lebens und der "dolce vita" bietet dieses Hotel alles, wovon Sie geträumt haben. Es liegt in der Nähe des Meeres und in der Mitte dieses wunderschönen, kleinen Dorfes. Das Hotel selbst wurde mit viel Liebe renoviert (stammt aus dem 19 Jahrhundert), alle Zimmer bieten einen wunderbaren Stilmix aus Moderne und original erhaltenen Teilen des Hauses. Die Badezimmer sind voll modern und für uns, die Menschen des 20 Jahrhunderts alltäglicher Luxus. Auch wenn lediglich das Frühstück im Preis inbegriffen ist, kann es mit keinem, dass Sie bisher hatten, mithalten. Alle Angestellten sind sehr angenehm und bemühen sich, Ihren Aufenthalt so angenehm, wie möglich zu machen!
Vielen Dank TripAdvisor!
Nun, dieses mal muss ich mich wirklich bei TripAdvisor bedanken. Wenn ich die Kritiken über dieses Hotel nicht gelesen hätten, hätte ich dieses wunderbare Landhotel auch nie gefunden. Ich war 3 Nächte hier und konnte den Garten und den tollen Wein genießen. Es war einfach toll, freundliche Angestellte und eine wunderschöne Umgebung. Das hatte ich wirklich nicht erwartet.
Thank you tripadvisor!
well this time i really have to thank tripadvisor.
unless i had red the reviews on your website i would have never found this great country hotel. I spent three nights there, enjoying their inner garden and tasteing their wine. It was just great, staff very friendly and the surroundings so beautiful, i really didn't expect so much.
Romantic luxury hotel
For friends of the Italian life and "dolce vita" this Hotel offers you all the things you might ever have dreamt of: Beginning with its being located near to the sea and in the middle of the simple reality of this cute little village. The hotel itself is lovely restored from the 19th century, all rooms still have the ancient style combined with modernised bathrooms and our 20th century people every-day luxury. Although the price "only" includes breakfast, it can't be compared to any other one you ever had. All the staff is very caring to make your stay as pleasant as possible!
The best place in Sardinia
I spent 6 nights at the Hotel Lucrezia in september, with my boyfriend. We were travelling thought Sardinia and my cousin suggested we spend at least one night in this cozy hotel. At the end we stayed over the entire week.
The place is an old house full of history, very well renovated and decorated with ancient fourniture that has always been there...You feel part of the old family that used to leave the place and share all the sardinian traditions.
The nearbys are wanderfull to have long walks in the nature and smell the island's parfumes.
Personally I would come back anytime , I really enjoyed the staying!
What a nice surprise
My girlfriend and I were traveling through Sardinia, this late summer and some pople we met told us about this hotel, so we decided to try it and we made a reservation just for a night. once we stepped in we couldn't believe our eyes. we loved it so much that we spent six nights in it. it is just like stepping in the past, but with all the comforts of a contemporary hotel. The atmosphere is like being a guest at a friend's house. When you come back from your daily trips or after dinner, the owners offer you a typical liquor, or their home-made vernaccia wine. Sitting out in the garden, under the shade of century old trees, is worth the stay. The rooms are something I had never seen in Sardinia. The small town has no real attractives other than the ruins of a church, abandoned in 1200, but around there are plenty of things to do. We went sailing, windsurfing, and once we went fishing with local fishermen, which was a great experience. We also went for a walk in the hills, with a local guide, that brought us around and showed us the wild nature of this side of Sardinia. We will be back in wintertime, to enjoy the fireplaces and the coziness of this great country hotel.
The cutest romantic hotel ever
I stayed at the lucrezia hotel for six nights with my boyfriend in late august 2005 and it was a great experience. Prior to booking, we did a great deal of research on the Internet relating to quality of the accommodations, price and location. Having just returned from our vacation, we believe that we would have been hard-pressed to find a better lodging experience on the Sardinian west coast.
Great location: The Villa hotel is situated in a really cute small traditional village approximately a 10-15 minute drive from the sea. Having visited several coastal towns/villages during our stay, we found that we would not have wanted to stay directly on the coast due to the amount of cars and people. It's very congested - much better to be a little bit removed from the coast so that you are not stuck in traffic jams half of the time.
Excellent accommodat The feel is open and relaxed. We had air conditioning in our room and amazing bed.
Attentive and knowledgable hosts: Francesca and Stefano treat their guests as if they are staying in their private home. They provide a great breakfast in the morning which we took each day on the sunny terrace overlooking the the really cute garden. This is a good way to start the day so that you don't waste half the morning looking for food. They are also happy to offer tips on local restaurants and shops.
Price: The Villa is an exceptional value on the Sardinia. When you consider the quality of the accommodations, the generous and knowledgable hosts and the superb location, there's simply no other way to look at it. Money very well spent trust me!
Lovely old country house near beaches and golf course
I just spent a long weekend at the Hotel Lucrezia near
Oristano, on the west coast of the Italian island Sardinia.
Their website is (---) .
It is one of the loveliest hotels I have been recently and
I am recommending it to as many people as possible.
The hotel is a renovated country house in a small village
called Riola Sardo. From the pictures I didn't expect
something quite so big, with lots of privacy and space for all
guests. It has the relaxed service and ease of a b&b. I was
told it just opened and indeed everything is sparkling new
and the staff is eager to please and help. I loved the large
courtyard/garden, great for chilling out in the evenings
and always fresh even in the heat of July.
We chose it because it was close to the gorgeous "Is arutas" golf
course (see ---) ,
but the nearby beaches are quite beautiful. However,
one really needs a car, since it is not on the coast and
public transportation is not convenient. Note: they serve
I'll definitely come back!
To contact them: tel. (---) e-mail: (---)
Staff speaks perfect english.
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Travel Blogs from Oristano
... and paid only a few euros to walk around it all. Interesting pictures from back in time were painted on the chapel walls. Kevin took a good photo of how the human body breaks down and decays...you'll see it !!
We got back on a very twisty and winding road again with Kevin doing his best rally driving and me doing my best not to chuck, until we finally found our accomodation at Alghero. The place ...
... each other in a circle with a very large stone slab placed on top. The remains of the body or bodies would be inside. In other countries we would see just two vertical stones, maybe four feet apart with one stone over the top.
We stopped in the town of Nuoro for lunch goods and went to the information center to see where there was a nice place to picnic. We drove a good 20 minutes longer but found a ...
... It was quite a pretty place. There were lots of places to eat along the way, although we did not eat anything. Most of the cafes had eating outdoor dining ….don’t know what they do when it rains?
The harbour area is set off by beautiful trees, including olive, umbrella and many eucalyptus. It really is amazing just how many places we have visited in the world have imported eucalyptus trees from Australia, but without the Koalas or Drop Bears of ...
... tuna fishing boats. The streets of Portescuso are spotless and the houses well maintained with flower pots by the doors. The locals were very friendly and often asked did we like Sardinia - very proud of their home.
Next morning we headed north to Oristano. Some days on a trip like this are for sightseeing, some are for resting, some are for seeing something new and learning something, some are for mending and washing clothes and some are for ...
... arrived at Alghero Airport, Sardinia, 3 hours late. It was a tiny little airport. The destination I needed to reach was Cagliari, which was at the opposite side of the island. I had missed the direct bus as the plane was late. I felt slightly aggravated as I had left my house at 3am and it was now mid-day, I knew I had at least another 6 hours left of my journey - I could have flown to India and back in the time it would take to get to Cagliari. ...