Every year we book a nice 5 stars hotel for our summer holidays. We have been in many fantastic luxury hotels in Italy and we have never been disappointed, except this year. We decided to visit Sardinia despite the fact we could not find a 5 stars hotel for less than 800 Euro a night in the beginning of July.
We chose Valle Dell'Erica because the spot looked very nice on internet.
Indeed the area is nice, pools are ok and staff is friendly but during our entire stay we did not perceive any sign of luxury at all. Rooms are very modest and need urgently to be renovated. Food is ok but very average. Staff has no experiences of luxury hotels at all.
There is no activity at all for adults. There is nothing to do except going to the pool and the Spa.
This hotel should be 3 and maybe 4 stars maximum but does not deserve 5 stars at all. For 800 Eur a night it is probably the worse value for money we have ever experienced. Is not worth more than 250-300/ night.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Resort Valle dell’Erica. The Resort of your dreams. Valle dell’Erica is situated to the north of Palau, on the borders of the National Park of the Archipelago of La Maddalena, right opposite the fascinating uninhabited island of Spargi. It is situated 4 km from the charming village of Porto Pozzo, with its small tourist port and shops and just 12 km from S.Teresa di Gallura, a well-known tourist destination in northern Sardinia facing the Straits of Bonifacio. The first part of Valle dell’Erica, the first tourist village constructed in Sardinia, was built in 1958 (a period when it was still possible to build a few metres from the sea) by the owner of the valley, a pioneer of tourism in Sardinia. Thanks to the fascination of the area and the high quality of the structure built – indeed it received a special mention from the President of the Republic – Valle dell’Erica during the sixties became a very stylish, sought-after venue, and indeed numbered princes and kings among its guests. In 2005 it was completely refurbished by Delphina which by showing respect for the splendid natural environment surrounding it and thus in harmony with the style of the original village chosen by its founder, transformed it into a resort equipped with all modern comforts, the aim being to offer something which has become somewhat rare, that is the emotion of a truly natural holiday (as in days gone by) but also in an exclusive setting. The Resort can boast of a truly unique, unrepeatable position, a few metres from a splendid white sand bay and rocks moulded by wind and weather, in natural scenery which is among the most beautiful in Sardinia. Thanks to its extensive spaces, privacy is always guaranteed, and its numerous small bays accessible on foot, its romantic rooms with panoramic verandas, the warm atmosphere of its Thalasso and Spa Center and the services offered by its skilled staff, ensure it is a true oasis of relaxation and pleasure for couples. The Resort is also an ideal choice for family groups; indeed it has large, secure green and garden areas where the kids can play without disturbing the adults, a large, well-equipped mini club and a splendid kids’ pool. Apart from the beauty of the sea and the breathtaking views, it offers an exceptional sea water pool just a few metres from the sea and an outstanding Thalasso & Spa Centre. After dinner, in the Resort’s Plaza, there are entertaining shows with live music and various different events. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Resort Valle Dell`Erica Thalasso Hotel Santa Teresa Di Gallura
- Resort Valle Dell`Erica Thalasso And Spa
- Hotel Valle Dell Erica
- Valle Dell Erica Hotel
- Resort Valle Dell'Erica Thalasso & Spa Sardinia/Santa Teresa Gallura