by Jeff Bogle
There’s a mini-kids’ club featuring an exclusive area with swings, cinema, baby dance parties and art supplies to be creative. A full-board option available for stays of seven nights or more. For older guests, there is dancing, activities to stay fit, sports tournaments, happy hours, cabaret shows and more to supplement your time relaxing on the beach and poolside at the Alma Resort.
Accommodation choices include family and mini-family rooms featuring private bathrooms, a hairdryer, telephone, LCD TV, air conditioning, safe, and a mini-bar that can be stocked for you.
Our Editor Loves
- Private bayfront beach
- Mini-club for young children
- Non-stop entertainment for all-ages
- Children Programs
Alma Resort is deserved of its 4 star status. The accommodation is clean, fresh and comfortable and the air conditioner is quite and highly effective. The resort is fairly large and it’s highly probable that you’ll be situated as much as a 10 minute walk from the absolutely stunning beach. There are lots of beach chairs but beware, the ones that are situated closest to the sea are all reserved and it’s likely that you’ll end up at the back with no view of the sea or your children. The pool is small by 4 star standards and be prepared to listen to non-stop Italian pop if you choose pool over the sea. My only real issue with the report of the price they charge for the buffet lunch - €30! I recommend you drive or walk to one of superb local pizzeria or seafood restaurants and have your food freshly prepared for a lot less cash! Overall not bad, but I’m interested to check out some of the other resorts when I’m next in Sardinia.
by Anke K
Alma resort is located at a very nice beach BUT there are are a lot of aspects that come up in a quite negative way: First of all most staff just speaks Italian and all announcements are only made in that language. We did not find a single person who spoke more than a few words in English or another language. Animation is quite loud and always everywhere so that it is hard to relax during daytimes or in the evenings.
There is a hotel beach but you have to pay additional fees for nearly half of all sunbeds and these are imappropriate for a hotel beach.
All inclusive is limited to 9 pm and excludes a lot of drinks. The bar staff is not very friendly and Italian guests are served first.
Generally, the meals are not of an international standard and hot meals are often cold. The choice is very limited.
Rooms seem to be quite old and would need a makeover.
All in all we cannot recommend the hotel to international guests.