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Hotel Baia Di Nora
A swish four-star hotel with all the trimmings, this is the sort of place you won’t want to leave. OK, there’s a chance you might manage to stumble across the perfectly tended garden to the swimming pool bar, or even to the private beach.
A model of whitewashed Mediterranean style, the Angedras has cool, airy rooms with big French doors opening onto sunny patios. The chic terrace, where breakfast is served in summer, is a cool place for iced drinks on hot evenings...
Albergo Diffuso Mannois
Spread across three lovingly restored buildings in the medieval centre of Orosei, Albergo Diffuso Mannois is very special...
The name says it all: the roof terrace at this friendly, central hotel has peerless views over the rooftops of Olbia to the sea and Monte Limbara...
Antica Dimora Del Gruccione
Set in a beautifully restored 17th-century palazzo and surrounding historical buildings, this albergo diffuso oozes character...
Accommodation in Ulassai is provided by the irrepressible Tonino Lai and his wife at this well-known village institution. It offers simple, neat rooms and stupendous views...
Hotel La Bitta
Right on the beach in Porto Frailis, this is a luxurious affair with palatial, vaulted rooms (sea views cost extra), a seafront pool and beauty treatments ranging from shiatsu to lymph drainage...
Hotel Gabbiano Azzurro
Overlooking the aquamarine waters of Spiaggia Terzo, the Gabbiano Azzurro is a big, anonymous hotel. But that shouldn’t put you off, as the benefits are many: a pool with jetted seats, a sea-view restaurant and a pretty private beach to name a few...
This hard-to-miss steel-and-glass tower adds a dash of contemporary design to the cityscape. The rooms reveal a linear, modish look, and the spa invites relaxation with its hydrotherapy pool, jets and treatments...
Hotel Due Colonne
This boutique-style hotel is located on one of the Marina district’s liveliest streets. Satin sheets add a dash of class to the rooms, and bathrooms positively gleam. When you’re hungry, there are plenty of restaurants and cafes right on your doorstep.
Hotel Anticos Palathos
Centred on a beautiful courtyard, this stone townhouse keeps it rustic with a vaulted breakfast room and characterful rooms featuring wrought-iron bedsteads and ornamental fireplaces. Freshly baked bread and pastries are served at breakfast.
Hotel Vittorio Emanuele
Housed in a renovated medieval palazzo, this slick three-star provides corporate comfort at reasonable rates. Rooms are spacious and bright with a sterile colour scheme.
Hotel Luci Del Faro
Only a few kilometres outside Calasetta, the well-signposted Luci del Faro stands in glorious solitude on an exposed plain near Spiaggia Grande, the island’s best-known beach...
Antiques and frescoes whisk you back in time at this handsome 18th-century townhouse in the Marina district. The bright, high-ceilinged rooms are tastefully done out in pastel colours and wooden floors...
Santa Teresa Gallura
This is a homey, family-run pick near the piazza. Rooms are bright and airy with little overt decor but traditional blue-and-white Gallurese bedspreads and tiny balconies.
Hotel Il Querceto
An eco-friendly hotel using solar and geothermal energy, Il Querceto boasts nicely low-key rooms with lashings of cream linen and honey-coloured tiles. The pools and oak-shaded garden invite relaxation, while the restaurant emphasises seasonal cuisine...
This family-run B&B is a super-central choice, a minute’s walk from the beach. The simple tiled rooms are kept spick and span; a balcony will set you back an extra €10 per night. There’s a shady garden for relaxing over a cool drink.
The Albaruja is a cut above most of the hotels on the Costa Rei, with attractive villa-style residences nestled in flowery gardens, a kids playground and a palm-rimmed pool. It’s just a two-minute walk from the beach.
Knotted, gnarled wood beams and ochre-tinted stone walls set the tone at this attractive hotel, while rooms are furnished with terracotta tiles, wood and natural fabrics. Outside, an infinity pool shimmers against a sublime backdrop of green peaks.
An inviting hotel in Olbia’s old town. Rooms are simple white affairs with unfussy furniture, pastel fabrics and double-glazed windows – a necessity given the noise from the lively streets below.
Housed in an ancient cortile (courtyard house) that belonged to the owner’s grandfather, Hotel Lucrezia has rooms surrounding an inner courtyard complete with wisteria-draped pergola, fig and citrus trees...
The vine-clad Costa Dorada offers dreamy sea views and tasteful rooms decorated with pastel colours, painted wood furnishings and local handicrafts. It’s at the southern end of the lungomare, just across the road from the beach...