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Corte Fiorita Albergo Diffuso
Corte Fiorita has beautiful, spacious rooms in four refurbished palazzi across town – one on the riverfront and three in the historic centre...
A model of whitewashed Mediterranean style, the Angedras has bright rooms with big French doors opening on to sunny patios. The airy terrace is good for iced drinks on hot summer evenings...
The name says it all: the rooftop terrace has unbeatable views of the city, sea and Monte Limbara at this friendly, central hotel. Rooms are spacious and contemporary, with gleaming wood floors and marble bathrooms.
In Carloforte, this superfriendly family-run pensione is in a residential street a few blocks back from the lungomare (seafront promenade)...
Hotel Del Corso
Has smart rooms over an elegant cafe in Sant’Antioco.
Boasting the red and yellow of the Catalan flag and situated opposite the Giardini Pubblici (a green space that separates the old town from the new), the Catalunya has comfortable rooms...
Hotel Ristorante Moderno
A bright, welcoming hotel on the main road into Sant'Antioco. Rooms are agreeable with a relaxing cream-and-salmon colour scheme and big, comfy beds. Downstairs, the airy restaurant (open April to October) serves a good line in local fish.
A short, signposted walk up from the main thoroughfare, this is a pink Alpine-chalet affair. Rooms are pine-clad with terraces and green views, and the owners are welcoming. The restaurant-pizzeria (meals €25 to €30) opens onto a 1st-floor terrace.
Park the MG outside and don a pair of flares for the Hotel Italia. It's so '70s it's practically a museum piece, with wood-panelled ceilings, a big chunky bar, armless orange sofas and vertical office blinds...
This ancient cortile (courtyard house) has been in David Loy's family since the 17th century...
Hotel Al Gabbiano
Barely a Frisbee throw from the beach, the Gabbiano is the best option in the marina. The rooms don't exactly sparkle but are spacious and comfy. Guests have their own sun-bed space on the beach, and sea views with balconies cost the same.
Albergo Il Duomo
Inside and out, Oristano’s top hotel is refined and elegantly understated. Behind the discreet facade, spacious rooms reveal a low-key look with traditional fabrics and cooling white tones.
Hotel Leonardo Da Vinci
This conveniently located place is the most popular business hotel. The service is courteous and efficient, and the rooms have been revamped with shiny modern bathrooms, half of which have actual baths. There's Internet access in the lobby.
Hotel 4 Mori
Aha! You think as you enter the grand vaulted lobby of the Quattro Mori, pleased at having found a hotel of character. But such hopes are rapidly dashed as you ascend the stairs to the lookalike hospital corridors and bland rooms...
Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel
This boutique four-star is a good choice for a splurge. Rooms are individually styled but think crimson walls, spangly chandeliers, high wooden beds and modern bathrooms. Wi-fi is available and kids under 12 stay free.
Hotel Stella D'oro
In the town centre, the year-round Albergo Stella d’Oro is a friendly, laid-back pensione with modest rooms and an excellent seafood restaurant (meals €25 to €30).
A big, modern yellow villa with comfortable, if bland, rooms. The real feature is the shaded restaurant, which has a solid local reputation.
Santa Teresa Gallura
This is a homey, family-run place near the piazza. Rooms are bright and airy with little overt decor but traditional blue-and-white Gallurese bedspreads and tiny balconies.
A big, modern hotel on the western edge of the city centre, the Mistral has a dated, corporate feel. It's popular with big groups, as it has the only pool in town.
Housed in an ancient cortile (courtyard house) it has rustically decorated rooms surrounding an inner courtyard complete with wisteria-draped pergola, fig and citrus trees...
Hotel Bue Marino
This sunny blue-and-white themed hotel has a Mediterranean feel with its fashionable seafront bar and coolly tiled rooms. The panoramic 4th-floor restaurant dishes up surprisingly unpretentious food at very reasonable prices (meals €30).
Right in the heart of the action, this is a functional middle-of-the-road option. Beyond the awful concrete exterior, it offers comfortable modern rooms, a popular restaurant (meals €20 to €25) and a friendly welcome. Parking is available for €3.50.