Alghero

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Romantic villa-hotel built in 1880, tucked amid five acres of spectacular tropical gardens on a private headland on the northwest coast of Sardinia. — Hideaway Report
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The Gothic-late Renaissance convent that was once attached to the church of San Francesco has been reinvented as a hotel. — Fodor's
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3 reviews
In the modern part of Alghero, but close to the old town, this modern, polished four-star boasts a nice rooftop pool and spa bath. — The Telegraph
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3 reviews
A stylish hotel ten minutes from Alghero Old Town in a quiet residential street. The decor combines traditional Sardinian features with modern elegance... The hotel provides a free shuttle service. — DK Eyewitness
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Situated opposite the Giardini Pubblici (a green space that separates the old town from the new), the Catalunya has comfortable rooms. — Lonely Planet
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Giovanni and Gemma are perfect hosts at this cute B&B, with bright, nicely kept rooms. — Lonely Planet
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A home away from home, this laid-back B&B exudes warmth and familiarity. — Lonely Planet
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In a fine seafront position, this big low-rise hotel has recently benefited from a revamp. — Lonely Planet
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A ten-room octagonal Art Nouveau villa set high on a bluff overlooking the sea. — Condé Nast Traveler
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The 20-room Sa Cheya Relais is an upper-middle range property located in a quiet valley in the mountains surrounded by pretty lawns and gardens. — Oyster
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About 2km north of the centre, this campground is on the beach, set amid pine and eucalyptus trees. This, and the excellent facilities... make it a popular choice. — Lonely Planet
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1 review
The 107-room Calabona Hotel Alghero Sardegna is a mid-range property overlooking the sea and within a 20-minute walk of downtown. — Oyster
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A homey setup with three mid-sized rooms, bright and breezy decor and a small kitchen for guests' use – help yourself to whatever's in the fridge and cupboards. — Lonely Planet
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The mid-range, 160-room Hotel Corte Rosada is a tranquil seaside resort along the bay of Porto Conte. — Oyster
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With one of the nicest beaches in Alghero directly outside the hotel, and a pine forest surrounding the property...Hotel Dei Pini in Fertilia is a quiet spot to enjoy beautiful scenery. — Oyster
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1 review
With its bright-blue walls and white wood-beamed ceiling, the camera Mediterranea is one of three individually decorated rooms at this welcoming B&B. — Lonely Planet
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The most modest waterfront option on the southern lungomare, the family-run Balear has a cheerful, lived-in feel even if its big, boxy furnishings scream '70s summer holidays. — Lonely Planet
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The 43-room boutique's drawcard is a roof terrace with a sleek pool and views over the Mediterranean and town. — Oyster
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