Hotel Luci di La Muntagna4.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
This is a very attractive hotel just outside Porto Cervo. We ate outside on the terrace with lovely views. We had to ask for menus, and the waiter really pushed the fresh sea bass; told us it was the only locally caught fish on the menu and that he had a lovely fish just right for three people. Well it arrived and was served at the table in a rather ameteurish way. In fact there was enough fish for about five people, and when we got our final bill the fish had cost us 160 euros!!! This is an expensive area of Sardinia but we really felt that we had been taken advantage of... The starters were OK, not exceptional; and the fish was simply cooked with tomatoes and potatoes, nothing special.
Hotel nice all staff very helpful, room good,clean,breakfast good plenty of options,short walk in to Porto cervo plenty of food options,we liked Elit very nice location,the pool at hotel good and warm,only down side they played Awfull music all day around the pool they don't seem to get it that we all have our own music now,asked quite a few times to lower music in end switched off this was the only down side to our stay you couldn't relax with that music. We went on a all day boar trip on a catamaran with Catamarano which was we got from the reception at hotel good day and very nice lunch on boat,we ate at the hotel food very good.
The hotel sits atop and in the middle of Porto Cervo with 15 min walk to restaurants and the marina. Lovely interiors, spacious rooms (all of them with sea views and balcony), clean pool area & jacuzzi, decent restaurant, stunning views. While certainly not luxurious, it's a good value for the money.
Stayed here with my wife and 2 close friends on 13th May for a week. Upon arrival the reception staff were very helpful and informative. We were shown to our rooms which overlooked the front of the hotel. The rooms there are very small and only a Juliet balcony and not a full one as we expected. Both of our rooms had trouble with safety deposit boxes not working, and also the TV`s did not work either. In our room the shower head kept sliding down the rail, so had to use the monsoon shower head for the duration. There was a fridge in the rooms and also a hair drier. There was very little storage space to put your clothes. When unpacked we went for a walk, now you can either go left to the plaza, or right down the hill to the marina. We decided to go left to the plaza, well most of the shops were not open yet ( most probably to early in the season) so that was quite boring, but we did manage to get a very nice ice cream. Could have purchased a pair of trainers for 1500 euros, or a watch for 20000 euros but decided to keep my money We ate in the hotel that night and it was very expensive and the menu was limited although the service was good and also the food tasted nice. The next day we went to breakfast and for a 4 star hotel we all thought it was not good at all. The toaster took ages to cook bread, and there was only scrambled eggs and bacon that was supposedly hot, although it was in a storage vessel with no heat so went cold quickly. There was the usual cereal, fruit, yoghurts, meats and cheeses with bread types. After we went for a walk the other way and found the very ghostly quiet marina. We did find the "Hivaoa restaurant which seemed to have fairly reasonable prices (which we ended up eating there 5 out of 7 nights). The staff were great and the food was really nice. Also the Lord Nelson pub in the marina was good for a drink at good prices, and they do bar food. Maybe it was because we went to this resort at this time of year but it was really quiet and boring with nothing to do. We hired a car for 2 days and took ourselves off to places, there are some lovely beaches around. The pool area in the hotel is ok with a great vista over the bay and marina. On a couple days at breakfast they had run out of most of the food,milk and coffee, and also cups and tea pots you had to hang around until they bought more out, and was not that busy those days. To summarise the hotel was only a 2+ star while we were there, and the resort is very quiet with not much to do. Some things are very expensive, the taxi driver tried to charge me 25 euros to drive about 3/4 of a mile, and the hotel charged my friend 15 euros for a standard gin/tonic. If you just want chill around the pool then it is an OK hotel. We definitely will not be going back. P.S thanks to Lavinia and Jimmy in the bar
Maybe it was once a luxurious hotel with an excelent view of the port of millionaires...unfortunately it is now only a shadow of long forgotten times... Old and musty smell Greets you as you enter înto the room. If you dared to report this, it will be answered dryly : is an old hotel, what do you expect!!! Also, courtesy and class of employees in times past is also history! I wanted to have dinner on the terrace of restaurant tables NexT to the railing, Buț we was refused with this argue: it may moisture and maybe it rain ... although the weather forecast looked nothing...and Other tourists were taking dinner at tables places near the terrace wall... So, once upon a time was a famous hotel .. now a sad shadow of what it once was....
I gave the hotel a very good rating because it's definitely better than average but it does have some problems especially the restaurant. The highs are definitely the location and the hotel itself, the rooms are pretty small but the views are fabulous from the balcony (only book a sea view room) and you don't spend much time in the room anyway. The problem with the hotel is definitely the restaurant, in particular the breakfast. When the hotel was busy service was pretty slow, on a couple of days we had nearly finished before our coffee arrived. The first few days there was only 2 types of jam, peach and apricot then when another type turned up there was no more honey, then on the Sunday and Monday there was no more butter which is pretty ridiculous in any hotel never mind a hotel of this level, also the first couple of days there were bread rolls and a really good dark loaf but we never saw this again so clearly the person who's in charge of buying supplies is not getting it right. Before we left I had read the reviews and agree with the people that said that the head waiter shouldn't be cutting up the fresh fruit for the fruit salad in front of everyone at the buffet, chucking it about with his hands, this should be done in the kitchen, l know it wouldn't make a difference but at least you don't see him handling it, other guests were also commenting on this so it's not good. All the staff were friendly, especially at the reception and everything was spotlessly clean.
This excellent hotel has a fantastic site overlooking the milionaire's paradise of Porto Cervo. Almost all the rooms have wonderful views looking down into the marina, the food was good and the staff pleasant and helpful .(But I do wonder why the orange juice is not so good as in England!) Our stay was out of season so most of the town was deserted, the closed shops looked like Bond Street or Fifth avenue, Versace and Dolce and Gabbana or Gucci would be available in summer. The walks around the old port and harbour are more affordable. Lovely hotel .
I really enjoyed our visit. We enjoyed both the fire and the view in different parts of the bar. The sofas were cosy in the storm and the decor is very sweet. The cocktails were a little expensive (15eur for the ones we chose) but it was a lovely setting in a prominent hotel.
My husband and I went here for two nights for our anniversary and it was perfect - the staff were great, the room very comfortable, good breakfast and great location. We're not all that crazy about Porto Cervo itself but the hotel was great, Highly recommend!
A lovely authentic Sardinian hotel, they have a wonderful balcony overlooking the marina, which is great to enjoy a drink and watch the sun go down. Drinks are reasonable, and they supply lovely nibbles with it. A great place to go every night before dinner.
- 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 Piccolo Pevero Beach.
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.
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 30 per day, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available on request). 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.
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78% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 257 reviews