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December 8, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Su Gologone in Oliena, Sardinia, Italy

Nestled amidst the majestic peaks of eastern Sardinia, a peaceful, picturesque escape hidden amidst verdant hills and scenic ravines, the fabulous boutique hotel Su Gologone is your luxurious mountain retreat. In the historic town of Oliena, just a half hour from the coast and the beautiful Tyrrhenian Sea, awaits a charmed hotel of a rustic elegance, with the wonderfully relaxed ambiance of a country villa. Individually designed rooms are spacious and bright, open to the natural beauty just outside. Step past romantic canopied beds and out onto your private balcony, and breathe in the crisp mountain air as you gaze out over the untouched countryside. With modern amenities, in-room massages, and the sheer natural beauty of the island, enjoy gorgeous Oliena from the lap of luxury at Su Gologone.

Wake to a steaming cup of coffee and a hot, traditional breakfast, and greet the tranquil day as the sun peaks over the mountaintops. Venture out that morning for a fabulous hike to the summit of Mount Corrasi and take in the amazing view, or make your way through the lush, scenic Supramonte Mountain Range. Return to the hotel that afternoon to cool off with a dip in the stylish pool, surrounded by an emerald terrace, and sip your favorite cocktail from the bar. The next day, delight in a trip to the nearby beach town of Cala Gonone, and spend the day kayaking, sailing, and snorkeling along the warm Tyrrhenian Coast. For an unforgettable time, ride horseback through the breathtaking Gola Su Gorappu, often called the "European Grand Canyon," and discover one of Sardinia's true treasures. Enjoy a friendly tennis match that evening, or pamper yourself with a much deserved spa visit, then sit down to the enticingly aromatic cuisine of the famous Su Gologone Restaurant. Served al fresco near the pool, dine on traditional Sardinian cuisine while the stars shine brilliantly overhead. At Su Gologone each day is truly this exciting, and each night just as magical.

Location of Su Gologone

Su Gologone
Localita Su Gologone
08025
Oliena, Sardinia, Italy

Nearest Airport: TTB

Amenities for Su Gologone

  • General Information
  • 68 Rooms and Suites
  • Pet Friendly
  • Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • Restaurant
  • Wine Cellar
  • Swim-Up Bar
  • Room Service
  • Bar & Lounge
  • Wine Bar
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Spa Services
  • Complimentary Newspaper
  • Laundry Service
  • Library
  • Gift Shop
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Garden
  • Terrace
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Complimentary Parking
  • Outdoor Pool
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Meditation Spaces
  • Rooftop Terrace
  • Outdoor Whirlpool
  • Beach Amenities
  • In-Room Spa Services
  • Tennis Court
  • Wedding Planning Services
  • Open-Air Theater
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Individually Designed Rooms
  • Private Terraces
  • Work Desks
  • Activities
  • Cultural Classes
  • Excursions
  • Hiking
  • Tennis
  • Nature Walks
  • Yoga
  • Art Classes
  • Cultural Tours
  • Sightseeing
  • Nature Hikes
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Conference Facilities
  • Catering Services
  • Family
  • Babysitting
  • Playground
  • Play Area
  • Arts & Crafts
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Golf
  • Interests
  • Culture & Arts

Reviews for Su Gologone

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This hotel is not a 4 star hotel, it's hardly a 3 star in our opinion. The rooms are worn and dated and not very clean and although the staff is friendly and kind, the service is bad because there is no place to hangout and have drinks whenever you want it. The only beautiful terrace they have is closed for almost the whole day. And despite off all the chairs and cushions on the property, there is no one to serve you a drink, or have a bite. We booked a junior suite but the first one they offered us, had no privacy at all. The bath was outside on the terrace, but only with a small canvas separated from our neighbours! Their bath was also on their terrace (one meter from our bathtub) and we heard our neighbours while sitting in the bathtub. We think it is ridiculous to offer this as a room with a terrace when you can't even sit there in privacy. We asked for another room: It had a HUGE bathtub in the room, but no shower. Unbelievable we think. We told the staff and they were very kind and they chose another room for us. So on to the other room: it was a big room with a separate shower but very dated and worn, and the bathtub was outside, but the stopper didn't work so no bath for us. But we didn't complain about that since we had a working shower. So in this room we stayed although the heater didn't work, and there was hardly any wifi or 3G or 4G. Really extremely annoying and not the way a 4 star hotel should be. Breakfast was only until 10 o'clock but since this holiday was a relaxing holiday for us, we asked where we could have breakfast if we'd be later, and we didn't mind to pay for it. That was no problem, there were several places to go and have breakfast and snacks and lunch, so we were told. The next day at 10:30 we went to the place where we were supposed to be able to have our late breakfast. It wasn't possible, they just had cake. We asked for help at the staff, and they were very kind and said it was difficult but they could get us some cookies and packaged toast and yoghurt. Not a real breakfast we think. Somewhat later we went to the place where we thought we could get some lunch. But now we heard that the beautiful panorama terrace only opened after 3 and it was only 2 o'clock so we had to go somewhere else. So we went (our last option!) to the place near the swimmingpool to have our lunch. No one was around. We waited for 15 minutes and had to go all the way back to the reception, to ask before some one came, and finally could make us some lunch. And although the swimmingpool is more than 70 meters away and divided by trees and bushes, we still had plastic plates and plastic wine glasses.. It felt as if we were camping. The restaurant was okay, very basic and every day the same food, but okay. In the room was a mini bar but no snacks in it, but thank god there was a nespresso machine, so we had coffee. Overall, it was a very sad and depressing atmosphere, and we really wanted to leave so we checked out a night earlier.. We travel a lot, and we've stayed in all kinds of hotel all over the world, but we have never ever left a hotel earlier than planned. The worst part to us? The lack of cell service (I'm not talking about no WiFi, but no service or reach At All), and the fact that there was no real possibility to have a drink or snack whenever or wherever you want. So although we must say that the staff was friendly and kind, you don't want to go to the reception all the time in order to ask for a snack or a drink. I'm afraid we'll not recommend this hotel to our friends..

flyingdutchie - den bosch


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This hotel is very special and worth a visit but, as other reviewers have suggested, it has some down sides. Our room was pretty standard and the bed was not very comfortable (two single pushed together with an obvious lump in the middle). The view from our balcony was lovely but the ambiance of sitting there at the beginning of the day or late in the afternoon was spoiled by the noise of our neighbours showering, flushing the toilet and having conversations. The rainfall shower was a nice touch as was the coffee machine in the room. Without a car, we were captive to the hotel which is expensive. A normal bottle of the local beer was nearly double the price of a large bottle from a bar in town. The food was nice, although the same was on offer every night and it became a bit repetitive. And there are lots and lots and lots of stairs so be prepared for a workout every day. This is a nice place to stay if you are looking to get away from it all and have a break from your standard chain hotel. We'd suggest 2-3 nights would be ideal so that you can experience the magic of the rooftop terrace and the specialty food.

Jacqui S - Brisbane, Australia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

While colourful and, in parts, visually stunning there are a lot of negatives to this hotel. It is situated approximately 5kms from the nearest town so, unless you have a vehicle, you are captive to their quite expensive restaurant and bar. There are a variety of rooms and there seems to be no method to what you get. We had booked a twin room for two people travelling as part of a group but separately. When we arrived we were given a tiny double room. While they removed the double mattress and separated it into two singles, there was no room for our bags. The single beds were extremely narrow and hard. We were eventually 'upgraded' to a slightly larger room. The rooms were quite noisy and we were quite often disturbed by people in the hallways and the cleaning staff. The worst noise however came from the kitchen late at night where it sounded like crockery and cutlery was being thrown around. The breakfast buffet looked great, but after a week the fruit bowl had fruit flies and the fruit was starting to ferment. On our last day the pineapple was bad! It seemed that rather than putting fresh fruit out each day they just added to what was left from the day before. The same happened with some of the vegetables on the evening buffet. The staff were quite abrupt and at times rude and condescending. As a mature woman, I did not appreciate being chided by restaurant staff for taking a piece of food from the buffet (that I had paid for). I would probably suggest staying a night or two but no more.

Margot N - Brisbane, Australia


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

The review headed ' beautiful hotel ' dated 8th October says it all ! Excellent cuisine but everywhere requires a good refresh . Welcome 6/10 Wi Fi access 5/10 with tedious daily input process Pool huge but freezing - sea is warmer Pool restaurant has limited menu and silly prices Marvellous roof top bar which , like the other bars , lacks atmosphere . Staff willing but they all look tired ; perhaps longing for season to end on Nov 6th ? Rather severe policy of check in no earlier than 3pm and check out no later than 10am . Stairs everywhere . We suspect that more senior guests may find them an obstacle . Value for money 8/10 but generally pricey . Super small beaches 1 hour drive away . Stunning views .

Adam h


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This hotel is situated in the middle of nowhere really- well 5km from the town of Oliena and about 12km from Nuroro. a stunning place for a hotel with mountains as the backdrop. The hotel is beautifully designed in fantastic Mediterranean colours. Our room was large and beautifully decorated, with a separate sofa and table and chairs. The bathroom was a good size and also in lovely colours. My only gripe was that the shower had to be handheld and wasn't attached to the wall. Our particular room was situated across from the reception and adjoined the kitchen- however, you couldn't hear any noise at all. Be prepared to manage stairs here to carry your luggage or you can ask for a porter. The room had all the usual amenities and a mini bar. The hotel offers a couple of bars the best being the Magico Tablao, which is set in the grounds above the hotel with a lovely mountain backdrop. The bar offers cocktails and drinks at an extra charge- cocktails costing 16 euros each. The staff do however, provide an antipasti type affair- such as cheeses, meats etc. Unfortunately the ambience can be spoiled by wasps and mosquitos! Its a lovely place to start an evening before dinner, my one criticism would be the music that is played. A place like that deserves to have quiet classical or typical Sardinian music whilst enjoying the surrounding views- not pop music loud and obviously for the benefit of the staff! The snack bar by the pool is handy for lunch- but is expensive and I'm not sure why they charge 5 euros for a tin of lager, when they only charge 3 euros if you have it from your mini bar in the room. To be honest this snack bar is a bit of a rip off and not that good really. The hotel restaurant is a different matter however. Breakfast is served on the terrace and there is a good choice of things to eat. The evening meals are excellent, most people stay here on a half board basis due to the location of the hotel. They have one menu which remains the same - but include a different daily menu as well. I have to say the suckling pig was delicious as was all of the pastas and meats on offer. The wine was reasonably priced as well. We were lucky in our table as it overlooked the pool and gardens and we had the same table every night. The staff were superb and friendly and service was good. The hotel is well renowned for its food and apparently people from miles around come here to eat. The amenities of the hotel included a large pool- which does require some maintenance ie) the pool had quite a lot of sand and dirt at the bottom, and the filter machine obviously wasn't adequate enough to clean it properly. The surrounding area needs a bit of care as well and looks a bit tired, grass was quite long. we thought we would try the mini golf- forget it! it was set amongst the trees on the way to the mountain bar- but looked like it had been there years. It was waterlogged and not maintained at all. The locals also make the wafer thin bread on sight Pane Carasau'- and its fascinating to watch them create this Sardinian staple. There is also a shop on the premises with beautifully handmade crafts to buy Despite the small gripes I have mentioned- the hotel is really fabulous- it just needs a few tweaks here and there. Its a short drive into Oliena - and is worth a half day visit. I would definitely recommend this hotel to any one and if I came back I would definitely stay here again.

julie B - Devizes, United Kingdom


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