Via Filia, 10Outstanding 98%
Via San Giovanni 190Outstanding 97%
Wonderful and the staff is very nice and helpful!! Very clean and calm, in the center of the city on a small pedestrians street.
Via Mar Ligure 14Excellent 93%
I was realy happy to choose Neptune B&B, very lovely place. Special thanks i want to say to Vanessa, for all her attention, service and management. She always advise where to go, what to see. I really spend wonderful time.
The B&B is in a very good location only a short walk from the Piazza Matteotti and restaurants. The room and facilities were all you would expect from a very good B&B. One of the best features is the pateo area just outside the kitchen where breakfast is served and where you can sit down and relax at any time of the day.
I was really surprised when I arrived to Hostel Marina. It is a really nice hostel in Cagliari's down town, the location couldn't be better. The building is a restaured monastery, so it has a nice patio inside. The bedrooms are really large, even if you share with 6 people. Mine had 2 bathrooms! I recommend it!!!
A very nice place to stay with a wonderfull family! Fantastic and varieted breakfasts!!! Very good advices and tips about the local area both inside and outside Cagliari.
The apartment is very nice decorated and it is in a quiet and lovely residential area, near the Poetto beach, an awesome city beach. I had a good time there and the person in charge (who tooks us from the airport, because we arrived in Cagliari quite late) was very open. She told us a lot of things about the city and the surrounding area. She also left us a lot of stuff about Cagliari: maps, information about the buses, trains, airport, car renting, beaches... What we didn't like: It is a ground floor and you can't open the window in the sleeping room.
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