Grand Hotel Poltu Quatu

Grand Hotel Poltu Quatu sits on the north coast of Sardinia, overlooking the clear waters of the La Maddalena archipelago, and provides a secret escape for those seeking tranquillity.

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The hotel has 146 bedrooms and 66 comfortable apartments all of which are decorated with calming pastel colours to enhance the hotel's relaxing atmosphere. The suites are built over two floors and some boast a balcony Jacuzzi whilst the apartments are surrounded by greenery and feature an artisan kitchen and large terrace overlooking the gardens.

Dining in Poltu Quatu is varied with options including Bluebeck, a healthy fish-based restaurant overlooking the marina, L'Orsetto which sits in the town square and serves a tasty array of Sardinian and Romanian cuisine and Tanit a Mediterranean based eatery.

On-site facilities include a generous swimming pool, an inviting sauna and private gym. In the town of Poltu Quata there are more sports facilities including tennis courts, golf fields and a sailing school perfect for those seeking outdoor pursuits.

From the hotel take the free shuttle down to the private beach, head into Poltu Quatu (also called the 'hidden port') for a spot of shopping or visit the Aqua centre. Here you can enjoy an array of water adventures including snorkelling, diving, sailing and whale watching. Further out, horse riding excursions are available to ride amongst the rocky dunes of Sardinia's north coast.

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Enjoy a tipple at the marinas edge in front of the hotel as the sun sets over the distant cliffs.

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