by Jeff Bogle
Located in the Southeast of the island and overlooking a stunning beach, this 5-star resort provides families with endless opportunities onsite. It’s also close to Cagliari and more sites worth exploring, making it an ideal spot for a Sardinia family vacation.
Multiple room options will suit families, from a king bed plus a twin or a king with full sleeper sofa. Some rooms offer a terrace or balcony, some have iPod docking stations and others come with a Nespresso coffee machine and electric kettle.
Kids will love the outdoor heated pool and activities like sailing, horseback riding, tennis, Ping Pong, archery, beach volleyball, cycling and so much more. There’s a huge breakfast and full board option to include dinner, as well.
Our Editor Loves
- Plethora of available activities onsite
- Free breakfast
- Beach location
- Free Breakfast
We spent 10 nights in September here and still not able to get used to we are back home. It was one of the best vacation we ever had and would definitely recommend to everyone. Starting with very professional and kind people, nice garden view hotel room (Executive), delicious rich breakfast and dinner, beautiful beach with clear sea, comfortable sun loungers and ending with smart evening entartainment. Our son is still singing and dancing on songs from Baboo show. You guys have a great property, excellent service, so please continue this way.
We hope will be able to return back.
Petr with family
Pullman Timi Ama is very nice beach and holiday resort operated by Accor. Nice and quiet rooms which enjoy very comfort needed. Several restaurants available, most of them offer a la carte service. The biggest one offers half board buffet which we avoided. Nice pool and beaches, everything clean and well maintained. The mechanism with the towels (cards against towels) is not worth a 5 star hotel and thus ridiculous. And the paying sun beds at the beach are a bit exaggerated in low season (we understand that there needs to be an allocation mechanism through pricing in high season, also to increase ancillary revenues).