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Hotel Luci di La Muntagna

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We were there during our last trip to Sardegna. It was my third time visiting Costa Smeralda. This hotel was till now one of the best one at Costa Smeralda we have been. You have to know that there are no new and quaint or boutique style hotels at costa smeralda , most of them is about 15-20 years old or more. But this hotel is in perfect location with a great view at the marina and the harbor!!! Dining area is a little bit old fashioned , and sometimes there is a lack of service experiance and qualitty but the vie from the terrace is breathtaking!!! Our room was very spacious - about 50 m - it has contained big living room with a sofa and a table, spacious bathroom and also not so small bedroom with a great view! There is an outdoor swimming pool which should be renewed, also the grass around needs some water puring. Overally it was a good hotel.

Staying on a boat in the harbour we had no need for a room, however as it was late in the season we went in search for somewhere to have coffee. The hotel overlooks the marina and therefore was the obvious place as the yacht club was closed. Although a bit of a hike, it was certainly worth it having an uninterrupted view of the harbour. The coffee and freshly squeezed orange juice were some of the best I've ever tasted. Gaudiesque designer rooms are complimented by some fabulous items of jewellery on sale together with some top notch food and beverages. Next time we visit we'll have to stay a few nights.

We loved this hotel. We had a room with sea view (recommended), which gave us a fantastic view on the marina. The room was not very large but clean, modern and the bathroom was large and very clean. The balcony had a table and 2 chairs, which was really nice to have a glass of wine watching the boats. The pool was cold (we went mid-September). The restaurant was good but the service can be improved.

Fantastic location - sea view is a must. Hotel needs a good lick of paint though - looking very tired. Hotel and general amenities can only be described as quirky. There are plenty of Designer shops nearby down the hill. Marina was a bit quiet whilst we were there, but still very interesting to watch the comings and goings. Do not book to stay anytime in October as they start shutting the Hotel down from the 1st! We visited from 30/9 to 7/10. All was good on the first day as it was still September, but on the next day the poolside bar was shut and whilst we were sat around the pool they dismantled and stored away the seated eating area. They could at least have waited until we'd gone home! They did bring drinks down from the upstairs bar, but that took an age. There was no Spa either - that was all shut up. The hot-tub was cold and positioned by the back door into the hotel - bizarre! Be warned if you're looking to take advantage of any shuttle buses to the beach and/or port that may have been advertised - they do not exist! For us the saving grace of this Hotel was its location, the wonderful pizzas from the Pizza Oven and Julia, a waitress in the restaurant, who made our meal times manageable. Watch out for sneaky cover/service charges even if you're on Half Board - they can mount up. Don't expect too much cooked food at breakfast - plenty of Continental-Style fayre available though. Junior Suite (306) was roomy and comfortable with two balconies and excellent views over the Marina. Room & bathroom were kept very clean, good shower but no bath. WiFi was a bit of a joke as the 7 day access only seemed to last a day. Kept having to re-log on. Speed & coverage was adequate though once connected. The Management did say to us that they had informed our tour operator (Thomsons) on many occasions that the hotel basically started winding down from 1st October - unfortunately this information was not available to us at the time of booking. Overall I don't think I'd stay here again, unless they upped their game a bit - I would stay in the Costa Smerelda again though as the area is very scenic and interesting.

Just spent 2 weeks in this lovely hotel in the heart of Porto Cervo. The room was a decent size with a balcony overlooking the pool and the marina. Although the hotel could do with a lick of paint and the air con was a bit temperamental the hotel staff could not be more helpful! From reception, maintenance, housekeeping, dining room and pool too many names to mention but they were all so helpful. Highly recommend!

We arrived there for our honeymoon on the first of September. The rooms are not very special, but given the history of the hotel and what it stands for we expected that. But they are clean the bathrooms are very good and everything worked fine, so what more do you need from your room! There is a small balcony were you can sit with a view over the marina and the hotel pool, which is very relaxing... The staff were amazing with us, helped us a lot.. We had a small miscommunication with the taxi driver one day, and we called the hotel. The staff sorted everything over the phone and he was very helpful. We are very grateful to them for helping us book tours and helping us during our tours as well... The Katamaran tour they recommend is also very nice... The downside of the hotel is the weak breakfast. This part can be improved a lot!!! Don't get your hopes up for the jacuzzi either, it is a small plastic jaccuzi at the door of the rooms, kids were using it for most of the time... We did not try the pool though since the weather didn't help and it rained one day...but it looked nice... One night it was very windy and cold, so we decided to eat at the hotel despite the bad experience of breakfast...We were blown back by how good the food was and how helpful the staff were during dinner... I would strongly recommend you try the wood over baked pizza and the grilled items, they are perfect in every way... All in all, we had a very nice stay at the hotel and we do hope they improve breakfast a little, a little is all it needs actually...

A local recommended this hotel for its convenient location to Porto Cervo and credit to being historically the oldest hotel on the island. Staying in Porto Cervo was the last stretch of a two-week vacation for my husband and I. Every experience got better and better until we arrived here. This is NOT a luxury hotel. The rooms are very basic and have a Montauk/NJ Summer beach vibe to them. Nothing wrong with that but if you want luxury, this is not the place. The decor is incredibly odd and off-putting, that might have to do with its history, but I didn't make the connection. The staff was very poor for their hospitality and customer service. They made zero effort to provide any recommendations or give helpful tips for getting around the area. The air condition broke in the hotel during our stay and the staff tried to brush it under the rug like nothing was wrong. Only until we complained multiple times, did they bring a fan to our room. Porto Cervo is more expensive than New York City, especially the cabs. I regret not renting my own car for this portion of our trip. Overall Porto Cervo is beautiful and known for its beaches. If you want a luxury hotel and friendly/resourceful staff do not stay here.

We booked this hotel for 5 nights in late August/early September. It's one of the oldest hotels in the area with a great view of the harbour and a 10 minute walk to Porto Cervo's shopping area. The room was nice, we paid for an upgrade to a seaview but don't expect luxury finishes or furnishings - to some tastes this would be considered spartan but it is traditional for the area. The view and location are the highlights of the hotel but with them come downsides. Parking is a problem - there isn't enough! We paid an extra 30 Euros per night for a reserved parking space outside the hotel but be prepared for some issues. The parking is located on a fairly busy road and in the middle of an "S" bend. Each parking space is secured by it's own padlocked barrier, so ideally you'll need to park up before and after locking/unlocking the barrier each time - it's best if there are two of you (one to drive and one to deal with the barrier). The spaces are also quite tight as we experienced one evening when the (large) car next to us parked diagonally across our space meaning we couldn't access our space - this meant parking up and getting a replacement space/padlock from reception. Reception staff were very helpful and should be singled out for praise; maid service was discreet and prompt but service in the restaurant was poor. Breakfast was buffet style with coffee ordered via the waiters/waitresses whom it was an effort to get the attention of. We had dinner twice and I've provided a separate review for this under Kabuga (the restaurant's name).

I had very high expectations of our stay at this hotel and generally speaking we very much enjoyed our stay. We understood that accommodation in Sardinia is expensive, but given the price we paid, we had expected more refinement, as such you're paying for the location which is Stunning. Bathrooms are beautiful, rooms rather plain, Staff very helpful and friendly. Wi-Fi is odd, by the use of tokens which you had to collect from reception each day. I would describe the hotel as rather shabby chic, odd eclectic mix of art, wine and other artifacts around. Keep you expectation in check if you wish to stay here.

2 couples arrived at 8-10 pm when restaurant was moderately busy, 70% full. The view across the harbor was fantastic. The waiter arrived 15 minutes later with 3 menus and did not return for 20 minutes. We requested a bottle of wine which took another 30 minutes to arrive after an extra reminder. We ordered pizzas x2 to share for starters (nice) and tuna x3 and steak X1 for mains. These took an age to arrive. The tuna was nicely cooked and topped with tomato, the steak was a large serve but was without any vegetables. We declined dessert and asked for our bill only to wait another 40 minutes before deciding to stand up and ask for the bill again before leaving. The restaurant would be well advised to employ more staff to cater for patrons needs. Great potential but poorly managed. Very disappointing.

Via Sa Conca 55, Porto Cervo Arzachena OT

Hotel highlights

  • Free hot/cold buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Outdoor pool

Located in Porto Cervo, Hotel Luci di La Muntagna is adjacent to Stella Maris Church and a short stroll from Louise Alexander Gallery. This 4-star hotel has 53 guestrooms and offers an outdoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and a fitness center. On the waterfront, the hotel is also close to Gregoland and Orso Diving.


Free hot/cold buffet breakfast is served each morning from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM. Enjoy a bite to eat at the hotel's seafood restaurant, or relax with a drink at the bar/lounge. Satisfy your hunger from the comfort of your room with room service.


All of Hotel Luci di La Muntagna's 53 rooms are soundproofed and have an array of amenities, including minibars, safes, and phones. 26-inch LCD TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport Egyptian cotton sheets and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Desks are also included.

Property features

At Hotel Luci di La Muntagna, guests enjoy an outdoor pool, a fitness center, and a rooftop terrace. If you drive, self parking is EUR 10 per night, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available 24 hours). The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this family-friendly hotel include free WiFi in public areas, a seasonal outdoor pool, and coffee/tea in a common area.

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

78% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 313 reviews