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Why we like it
- Luxury hotel situated on the spectacular 55km coastline of Costa Smeralda
- Private beach offering water sports such as sea kayaking
- Located close to the bars and restaurants of Porto Cervo
- Great for families; the childcare and mini club are among the best in Sardinia
- Member of the Starwood Hotels' Luxury Collection
Off the beaten track, Spiaggia del Principe beach can only be reached on foot but it is definitely worth the effort as its sparkling cerulean waters are perfect for swimming. Best visited in the week as it can get a little crowded with locals on Sundays.
My travel consultant, Sarah Brunger, was very polite to talk to over the phone and I felt as though she asked all the right questions. She was very kind and presented me with a number of options to choose from and even after I had made a choice, was very accommodating with the specific changes I was requesting.
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At the Romazzino restaurant fresh and local produce is used to create an innovative and original menu which can be enjoyed in a romantic beachfront setting. Talented Executive Chef Giovanni Raccagni whips up tantalising Sardinian favourites, such as red sea bream tirreno and seafood fettuccine with fresh mussels, shrimps and squid. Bar Ginepro is perfect for after dinner drinks and piano music.
The hotel offers an array of facilities from water sports to horse riding, but if that's not your thing you could venture out on a shopping trip to some of the many designer boutiques located nearby. Children aged between three and 12 will be kept entertained at the Toy Club with a fully supervised programme of activities, including dance contests and magic shows. During summer, under 16s can perfect their serve with customised lessons at the Claudio Panatta Tennis Academy.
Best time to be there
Coastal areas and the islands are great year round, although July and August can be very hot. The arts and opera seasons are generally at their peak outside these months. August is very much a shut down month as Italians take their annual break.
Bari, Cagliari, Catania, Milan, Pisa, Rome and Verona (British Airways), Naples and Venice (British Airways or bmi)
2 hours - 2 hours 30 minutes
GMT +1 hour
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