This hotel had no time for the English and were often rude. The Italian guests also had no time for the English and there ability to push, shove and be first for everything made the holiday stressful and not enjoyable. The hotel often ran out of food that was popular and the entertainment was good if you like Butlins in Italian, turned up as loud as the stereo could go from 9am till 2am if you were lucky enough to experience a beach party (we had two). The childrens club do not speak English hence there were no English children attending and the hotel does not have a Pizzeria, a la carte menu or a beachside Grill, it has three buffet restaurants all serving the same food , the beachside bar just has half the choice.You are 7km from anywhere and to get into town costs 16 euros using the bus from the hotel or 20 euros eachw way for a taxi. This sums up a small part of our holiday and although Sardinia itself was not too bad this hotel is to avoided if you are a family with children , day trip to Corsica was lovely though!!!
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- Also Known As:
- Marmorata Village Hotel Santa Teresa Di Gallura
- Marmorata Village Sardinia/Santa Teresa Gallura