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All reviews rooftop restaurant on the rocks fish pool area pasta relaxing holiday reception staff small village extra euro standard room within easy walking distance sea urchins half board basis local beaches every evening overlooking the sea sardinian food
A one week stay at this lovely hotel was the most relaxing holiday ever! Beautiful views, clear sea water, cool refreshing sea water pool, and committed, friendly, helpful staff made our holiday. Hotel was clean, towels and bedding changed frequently. Delicious local fresh Sardinian food...More
We have just returned from a very special holiday for our 25th Wedding Anniversary and all I can say is WOW. From the moment we arrived it was so overwhelming to see the beautiful island and the stunning views from the hotel. It was absolutely...More
We stayed at this hotel for 2 weeks and I cannot fault any of the facilities, food or staff. The staff are all extremely friendly and helpful. I only had to ask for a kettle for the room and it was provided. We dined in...More
We'd been planning to visit Sardinia for a few years and chose the Relax Torreruja as its location and style suited us.
After a 1.5hr transfer from Olbia we arrived at the hotel to discover that you have to walk up steps to reach reception...More
Highly recommended! Beautiful position. Wonderful pool. Lovely rooms. So clean.
Everyone so friendly. Service with a smile, staff couldn’t do enough. If there was an issue, it was sorted straight away.
We will return.
Response from MandP17swr | Reviewed this property |
Our sea-view suite had a large living room, separate from the main bedroom and the bathroom. The living room had two large loungers/sofas which could be used as single beds if needed and also had a large coffee table. The... More
Our sea-view suite had a large living room, separate from the main bedroom and the bathroom. The living room had two large loungers/sofas which could be used as single beds if needed and also had a large coffee table. The tea/coffee making facilities and TV were also in the lounge on a working surface beneath which was a mini-bar. The wardrobe space was generally greater than we have found elsewhere with loads of coat-hangers.