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Hotel La Bisaccia
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Reviewed 25 August 2014

The location of this hotel is idylic, having its own small swimming bay and stunning gardens where it is possible to get away from other people if you want. The food is excellent, particularly the buffet lunch and the vast choice of fish, Service also excellent. The main resort can be lively but in the Bisaccia it is peaceful.

The only very small personal criticism is the choice of music at the poolside. A proper live musician now and again would be nice.

Room Tip: Choose a room in the apartment block for maximum quiet
  • Stayed: August 2014, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Ray W
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Reviewed 25 July 2014

Located both a few steps from the small "town" center, on the edge of the main beach and on its own stretch of land, a whole hill of beautiful granite rocks with hundreds of meters of coastline, la Bisaccia (named after the sardinian shepherd's saddlelike bag) gives you the choice of sunbathing eather on the hotel's private beach, by the large pool with a view on the Maddalena islands or in any of the many corners of the huge park. Add to this an excellent mediterranean cuisine (with a special mention to the pastry chef in charge of the dinner dessert buffet!) and you have the perfect place for your Costa Smeralda vacation.

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Paristrotter
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Baja_Hotels_SpA, Responsabile reception at Hotel La Bisaccia, responded to this reviewResponded 29 July 2014

Dear Mr Paristrotter, thank you for your positive feedback1

The location of La Bisaccia it could be considered as unique in the entire Costa Smeralda, all the entire staff do is best to provide that all details are excellent to improve this wonderful panorama during your holidays.

Good cooking, cleaning of the rooms and hospitality are the basic points of all the Hotels by Baja Hotels Spa.

Kind regards,
Antonio Cherveddu

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Reviewed 17 July 2014

The domain is absolutely unbelievable. Beautilfull scenery and very kind personnel.

The decoration however is very plain. Don't look for anything fancy. It is a simple decoration dating from the 70's. Of course, the bedrooms and bathrooms have be redone since then but the style has not really been changed.

Refurbishment work to be done and parc to be better taken car of.

If you go there, it is for :
- the scenery
- the location
- the beauty of the domain
- the kindness of the personnel

But do not expect :
- fancy decoration
- refinement

Hope it helped !

  • Stayed: July 2014, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank CeB75016
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Reviewed 7 October 2013

Where do I begin? We spent a week there in September. This place seems to be suffering from an identity crisis, you could really be anywhere in the Med staying here, and having much less fun. There’s no ‘hotel’ sign at the entrance, there isn’t a sign above reception, no info in rooms (but there’s probably not much to say) and absolutely no information given out unless verbally requested except a weather report near the desk. It’s like it’s pretending to be a hotel but wasn’t really cut out for it.

FOOD – most of it tasteless and lukewarm, nothing was hot, even the coffee and that had nothing to do with the fact that we had to sit outside to eat in 35 km/h winds. It was indeed preferable to eating indoors where they were packed out like a works canteen, having had to accommodate most of the terrace diners. All the fish tasted exactly the same. As said before, wine and water very expensive. We didn’t get invited to any Prosecco parties or musical interludes so they must be for special guests only.

BEACH – I mistakenly thought it had a private beach. What it has is a sectioned off piece of the small public beach that is on the road leading up to the hotel. All the day trippers drive down this road, realise they can’t get any further and turn around. The beds are packed too closely together for it to be a relaxing experience. The “secluded coves” in the grounds are quite tricky to get to unless you’re a mountain goat and add up to about 8 beds in total. The pool area is quite nice and seemed very clean.

ENTERTAINMENT – dire. The same guy each evening singing on his electric piano in the tiny bar area.

FACILITIES – there is a large foyer which is the only place to get wi-fi. There are only 10 seats, so there’s an interesting scramble for places in the evening when we were all looking for something more interesting to do than listen to the guy on the piano. There are no public areas other than the foyer except the tiny bar and a small gloomy TV lounge. There are no facilities that I encountered, not even a courtesy room for late departure guests.

STAFF – can’t fault them, all very nice and professional, a credit to the hotel.

ROOMS – I don’t know what we stayed in (“twin with balcony” on our paperwork) but it was in the Residence and lovely. Although quite rustic it was huge, clean and relaxing; some noise through the walls and from above but nothing too bad. A great bed, bath and shower.

RESORT – Baia de Sardinia is a newish collection of hotels, residences, shops and restaurants built around a small but pretty bay. It is a really tiny place and once you have walked around it there isn’t much incentive to go back. It’s impossible to walk along the coast, or to another resort. All activities are sea-based (and therefore restricted if it’s windy). There is one road out of town that eventually will reach Porto Cervo, which is a purpose built designer mall built around a harbour. We hired a car to try and escape but did not find anything that led us to understand why people visit northern Sardinia, although Cannigione looked quite interesting as we drove through. Alghero is on Citalia’s Top 10 things to do but our rep advised we would never do it in a day trip (2.5 hrs one way), so we didn’t. We went to Santa Teresa di Gallura (pleasant for a short visit) and Tempio Pausania (not very pleasant at all). We also had a look at the Lago di Liscia which seemed covered in green algae.

I can’t believe I visited the same place as described by some other reviewers. It has to be my most disappointing holiday ever – and the thought of spending £2.3k on the package alone just makes me want to weep. I know the weather wasn’t great and I’m not blaming the hotel for that, but they are not geared up for it and unfortunately neither is the resort. Unless you are a 100% beach lover and can go in Jul/Aug, when I presume the weather is perfect (although wind does seem to feature in other reviews during these months), I wouldn’t recommend this hotel. I’m scoring it as average because it will be OK if that’s your thing. And if you’re not in that category then don’t even think about Sardinia. Save your money and choose elsewhere. Good weather or bad, it must be one of the most characterless places on earth.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank cheekychubbychops
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Reviewed 2 October 2013

Very nice hotel. We stayed in a room a few seconds walk from the main hotel. Lots of space and done to quite a high standard. Food was also very good, but be aware of the huge mark up on drinks. Particulary bottled water. Did not find out until check out time that they charge Euro 4.50 for each bottle served at the table (which can easily be purchased for just a few cents at the supermarket). Wine was also marked up - having to pay around Euro 35.00 for wine that could be obtained for 6/7 Euro at local shops.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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6  Thank PJE_Tonbridge
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