Looking for a place to stay in Fluminimaggiore? Then look no further than Hotel Sardus Pater, a romantic hotel that brings the best of Fluminimaggiore to your doorstep.
Hotel Sardus Pater is a romantic hotel offering air conditioning and a minibar in the rooms, and it is easy to stay connected during your stay as free wifi is offered to guests.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, newspaper, and a coffee shop. Plus, guests can enjoy a restaurant, which has made this a popular choice among travellers visiting Fluminimaggiore. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular Fluminimaggiore Italian restaurants such as Bora Bora Pizzeria Ristorante, which is a short distance from Hotel Sardus Pater.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular ancient ruins such as Tempio di Antas.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Sardus Pater as you experience everything Fluminimaggiore has to offer.
This is a very hard place to review because there are somethings about this place that are spectacular and some dreadful, The views from the rooms and especially the restaurant are some of the best I have ever seen and the food was amazing. The hotel rooms however are old and not very clean. Nothing in them works from the phone to tv. The water from the taps is yellow. The lady serving dinner was lovely and the man serving breakfast was nice but the grumpy man at the front desk who I believe was the owner was about as welcoming as a scorpion with an assault rifle in both claws. Its a shame as this hotel could with a little care and attention (including laying a road so you dont have to literally drive off road up a mountain to get to it) be amazing but is let down by owners who seam to have long given up and are trading on people who like the view.…
Paid a fair price for an outstanding fish based dinner. Quick service, top atmosphere seaside. At the end of the meal we were offered home made Sardinian sweets (formaggelle). So far one of the best in quality/price ratio
We stayed here in mid-May 2017 as part of a Sardinian discovery holiday. The bedrooms were too gloomy, due mainly to poor illumination from very low wattage 'modern' fluorescent light bulbs, but clean, comfortable and spacious. On our first night there was one other couple staying, but on the second night we were the only residents at the hotel. The evening meals were simple but pleasant. We tried the fixed price and the also the full menu over our two nights, both were simple and pleasant. Its a pity that the restaurant feels as dark and gloomy as the rooms! The breakfasts were also simple but enjoyable and sufficient, especially when we sat out on the patio in front of the restaurant, overlooking that wonderful elevated view of the coastline. The staff were generally friendly and the owner helpful, but with limited English - about the same level as our Italian!! Overall a good place to stay on this side of Sardinia, on the edge of the Costa Verde. It was warm but very windy on our only full day in the area, so walking and sight-seeing was the best option for us. The local beaches were really good, we walked on them all. Unfortunately at the time that we visited the area, the other local bar/restaurants were all closed for meals (drinks only), so we were limited to eating in the Sardus Pater Hotel. The Wi-Fi worked well (for email & web browsing) both in our room and also on the small patio in front of the room. The whole of the hotel looks and feels as though it was built in the 1980s and hasn't really changed much since then. If this hotel was upgraded to more modern standards with improved and lighter colour decoration, plus better electric lighting it would be a really different prospect. Good for a touring holiday, but we felt, not somewhere to stay for more than a couple of nights.…
Stayed here for two nights while on a walking holiday - truly spectacular setting on the side of the hill above a stunning long beach. The owning family (and their dogs) were welcoming and helpful. Restaurant has splendid views over the bay and the food is freshly cooked and produced from local foodstuffs.
On a walking holiday, this was our first accommodation in Sardinia and we couldn't have asked for a more fabulous location, halfway up a mountainside with views down to the beautiful coastline both from our rooms and from the restaurant. The rooms, up the hill a bit from the main building, are a reasonable size with air conditioning and a really decent size shower. Outside each were a table and chairs to relax and enjoy the view even more. The 3 course dinner was simple but pretty good - my friend said the pasta with fish sauce she had on the first night was the best she had in the whole holiday. The family owners were extremely friendly and helpful too. I can't make any comment about value as this accommodation was part of a walking holiday "package".