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Reviewed 26 August 2016 via mobile

Nice enough hotel but quite dated and many parts tired.

Lovely pools and pool areas and opposite the best beach Mia Pia and (best restaurant as far as we are concerned) La Palafita (on the beach).

Staff were helpful enough and rooms cleaned regularly with beds and towels changed regular too. Our apartment seemed quite expensive for the level of quality. Kitchen could have been cleaner on our arrival and the tap was leaking. It's also ideal to be able to plug a kettle into a safe area in the kitchen.

Beware the apartment blocks are very echoey and so you hear everything from your neighbours apartments and you have to be mindful to creep around yourself. Some pads on the dining room chairs would help a little with the noise.

Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 24 August 2016

We stayed in the apartment part of the Hotel. It was only me and my boyfriend so the apartment had more than enough room for the both of us. I think the apartment is made for about 4-5 people, so we had like 3 unused beds. It was fresh, cleaned every third day (I think), and had all the basics you needed to make breakfast and cook lunch. If you can, bring a sponge for dishes and some detergent (washing-up liquid), they do sell both in the mini-market, but only big packagings, so bring as much as you think you'll need, unless you want to buy it of course. I do advise you to bring a fly swat, if you are easily annoyed by flies. We did shop at the mini-market the first day there, and then we did buy a few more things from it, whenever we needed one or two things. But on the third day we went about 1,5 kilometers towards the town, to ISA which is a supermarket. It is a bit cheaper there and they have a lot more stuff to offer. It's definitely worth the walk for bigger purchases.

The hotel is quite far away from the old town of Alghero, I think about 3 kilometers, and takes about 25-30 minutes to walk there. We walked there every night except one, and the walk was worth it. In town they had great view, great restaurants and cute stores everywhere. You can take a cab to town and back if you feel like it, but every ride costs about 10-13 Euro.

The pool areas a fresh, but we only used one of them (the one right outside the apartments). It was great. Clean, neat and had the things you need. The restaurant served pretty good food, but you do need a special card that you get in the reception to pay every purchase made on the hotel bars/restaurants.

The staff working on the hotel, and the whole area is really friendly and kind, they are also super helpful. From everything between rental cars, excursion, ordering of a cab, directions and so on. They helped us a lot and made the stay very pleasant. Great staff.

The only bad thing I have to say about this hotel is their Wi-Fi signal. You couldn't get online during the days because it was too many people trying, or too many people online at the same time. Which is kind of a problem, since you do share it with every hotel/apartment guest. We couldn't log on, except on the evenings between 00-01, if we were lucky we got online sometime in the afternoon but could barely do anything with it. Nighttime was only time the signal was strong enough to send an email, upload a picture or similar things. Maybe me and my boyfriend had extra bad luck, but the Wi-Fi wasn't really impressive, quite the disappointment actually.

All in all, I'm very pleased with our stay here. Mostly because of the staff but also the placement of the hotel. Even if it's a bit far from the town, I think it was a great place. It's so close to the Maria Pia beach, which was me and my boyfriends favorite beach to stay at. Such a beautiful beach with great lunch places, and great sunbed rentals. It was crystal clear water and white fine sand. Great, great, great!

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Fia B
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Reviewed 21 August 2016

Rooms are fine. We have stayed in far more luxurious ones but as we go on holiday to see the area and spend most of our time on the beach the fact that the rooms have plenty of space, a fridge, safety deposit box, good air conditioning, are cleaned and towels changed every day is fine by us. The beds were very hard it has to be said but not unbearable!!

The food. A good range of food in the evenings. Breakfast was the same every day but there was a good enough choice. As a vegetarian I had plenty to eat and the quality of the food was far better than some hotels we have stayed in where there is a far wider range.

The beach. Is absolutely gorgeous. Beautiful white sand. Clear blue sea. It was very busy as it was the Italian holiday weekend/season but we rented sunbeds at the Delphino. Masimo and the other staff there were fantastic. You can book your sunbeds each day, for the next day. We paid €18 for two beds and an umbrella each day. The bar is the most beautiful place to sit at the end of the day and watch the sun go down.

The town. Alghero Town is beautiful. About a 45 minute stroll to the town from the hotel. The restaurants are very reasonably priced with a great range of menus. We took the train around the town for €5 each to get the lay of the land and find out some of the history. Lots of little shops, beautiful churches. It's absolutely lovely.

Alghero is a lovely place to visit. We would not hesitate to visit again and would happily stay at Oasis. The staff throughout the hotel are very helpful and answered any queries that we had to the extent that one of the reception staff came to fix our air conditioning at midnight when it stopped working! We would recommend a stay there. Just to clarify some reviews quote a €3 charge for all transactions. This is not the case. We queried this having read previous reviews on Trip Advisor. There are no charges for using the cards that are issued to purchase drinks etc in the hotel. You have to pay €5 deposit but this is returned at the end of your stay. There are charges if you want to use the safety deposit in your room and if you want the air conditioning but they are really reasonable charges. Wifi is OK - you can get on the Internet, speed isn't great, yes you have to keep re entering the code but you should really be on the beach anyway!!

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank jfmanchester2016
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Reviewed 19 August 2016

Really nice stay. Rooms fairly basic and wifi a little painful, but the hotel was lovely, staff very friendly. The food was delightful and such a great location for a 2minute walk to beautiful beaches and 40 minute walk to Alghero.

It did make us laugh watching the guests out every morning putting their towels down, but when we wanted it we always found a bed and we spent most of the time out on the beach....

  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank antonyferraro
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Reviewed 15 August 2016

My daughter and I stayed here for a week sharing a room. Having already read all the reviews below I knew what to expect but actually it was really quite charming. Everywhere was very clean, including the room. The air conditioning worked great, and the wifi was rubbish but we survived (don't expect video streaming or anything fancy!). The beds..ah...horrendously hard. I had sore spots on my hips as a result! And pillows, well let's just call them ear pads. So thin!
Breakfast, plenty of choice (albeit the same choice every day).
Pool: relaxing, occasionally we had to wait for someone to leave to get a sun bed but later in the afternoon it was quieter. (It all depended on how many had just checked out from a package holiday and who was about to arrive!) Big point: Bring your own towels! The hotel does not provide towels by the pool. We had to buy two at E15 each in town.
The lady who worked at the bar by the pool (Piora?) was lovely and very helpful.
In a nutshell the hotel provided all that you'd need in a simple way as a base to kip at before you went out and explored the area.
And the area is wonderful! The beach across the road (Maria Pia) is stunning, although during our time there heaving with Italians as they were on their annual holidays. So it all got a bit packed at times. The regimented lines of hireable sunbeds at around E15 a day for two beds and an umbrella appealed briefly but you had to book the day before. We did this once only. The beach bar was great. I recommend the Foccia sandwiches. Next to the bar is a restaurant called the Conchilia. We went there for a drink in the evening and the beach was deserted, just as the sun was setting. Worth it to see how stunning the beach is!
Alghero Old Town is just beautiful with lots of restaurants and interesting little shops. The old walls around the town are worth walking around too for the views, particularly at sunset.
Insider tip: If you go out of the hotel and turn right (which many won 't be tempted to do because the town is to the left), walk along a while, then rejoin the beach there are some rock pools, a few other sunbed line ups and at the very end is a bar/cafe called The Melting Pot. Delicious lunches and hireable sunbeds and umbrellas, positioned where you'd like them. It's situated just outside the town of Fertilia, which isn't really worth visiting, EXCEPT to walk over the bridge and look at the old Roman Bridge that spans the river there.
Enjoy Sardegna - its one of the most unspoilt, accessible, gorgeous places in the world!

Room Tip: Personally, car park view is better as it's quieter away from the pool and you really can't see the cars just palm trees.
  • Stayed: August 2016, travelled with family
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1  Thank Angiab
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