x The average starting price for a place to stay in Alghero is £35 per night.
Via Palomba 70Outstanding 97%
griett This little Bed and Breakfast was very good. Paolo and Erika were very very nice and everything was okay. We really enjoyed our stay there. The two rooms have terrace and only one of them has bathroom with shower. It's close to the historycal city center, but you have to walk a bit (like 10 minutes top). The good thing is that it's easy to park the car if you have one, there's a lot of space. The breakfast was great, with bread, jam, salami, cheese, orange juice, tea, coffee, butter, nutella and something sweet (like a little croissant or something like that). Anyway, we really enjoyed our stay and we would totally recomend this small bed and breakfast to anyone. It's like being with family. Thank you very much Paolo and Erika, we loved our stay.
Via Luigi Canepa 12Outstanding 97%
Via Tarragona 94Excellent 92%
vega_barbe Le Palme has been one of the best places I have ever been hosted. It is running by Maria and Fabio. They made us feel like at home. The room was perfect; clea, it had a lot of light, cosy and comfortable.
Loc. La rucchetta 32,Str Alghero-AeroportoExcellent 91%
silviakicis We were lucky to find this place one day before our trip to Alghero, we ddin't expect much because it was a last minute thing, but it turned out it couldn't be better: the location is awesome, really close to the old town and the port and many bars around, the apartment was recently renewed, it's clean and cute decoration, the room is comfortable, great shower, the breakfast is very good (you do it yourself, there is a kitchen next to the room with all you will need, cafe espresso machine and all), the price is convenient and stefano, the owner, will help you with anything you want to know about the city and around. I actually can't complain about anything, and when I go back to Alghero I won't look for another place to stay.
bennigrand pros: - only 5min by foot from the harbour - the owners were really nice and helpful - clean room with air conditioner and ventilator - sunshade to take along to the beach - breakfast with coffee, tea, milk, juice, bread roll, ham, yoghurt, nutella, cake con: - only little windows to the corridor, at the most time there was no fresh air in the room, because you can only open it a little bit - the owners only speak italian, just a little bit english we are a young couple and for us it was a nice stay at this bed and breakfast
misteremm Wonderful stay! Pascualino(?) (Proprietor) was a wonderful host who couldn't do enough for us. Apartment and amenities of the highest order. If we return to Sardinia, we will seek out the Aloe again. Highly recommended!
bisgirl77 The property is very well located and as said on the information, you can find a beautiful view to the beach!
Via G. L. Bernini 28Awesome 87%
javiysonia It's very near from the airport and from Alghero as well. The rooms and bathrooms are clean and the people working there are very kind. The only thing I didn't like is the breakfast: bread with butter and jam and tea or coffee. Every day the same. I think it could be a bit different every day or at least include some other croisant for free!
Strada Alghero (close to Airport)Great 81%
reneehulshoff We stayed at Maredream for 5 nights. We had a great time. Since the weather was great and there is a lot to see around Alghero we only needed a place to sleep and take a shower. And Maredream is a perfect place for that and even has a nice kitchen where you can sit on the balcony and have breakfast. The bed was very good and the shower as well. There's wireless internet and we had a private fridge in our room. Maredream is located at walking distance from the city center in a quiet part of town with enough parking space around. Luca is a great guy who speaks fluently french and who was very helpful. Merci beaucoup Luca!
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