Finding an ideal family-friendly hotel in Cagliari does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel AeR Bundes Jack Vittoria, a nice option for travellers like you.
While staying at Hotel AeR Bundes Jack Vittoria, visitors can check out Torre dell'Elefante (0.3 mi) and Chiesa di San Michele (0.4 mi), some of Cagliari's top attractions.
Rooms at Hotel AeR Bundes Jack Vittoria offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk providing exceptional comfort and convenience, and guests can go online with free wifi.
24 hour front desk, room service, and baggage storage are some of the conveniences offered at this hotel. A lounge will also help to make your stay even more special. If you are driving to Hotel AeR Bundes Jack Vittoria, there is paid private parking available nearby.
While in Cagliari be sure to experience local shrimp favourites at Stella Marina di Montecristo or PerBacco.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular ancient ruins, such as Anfiteatro Romano di Cagliari and Necropoli di Bonaria.
Hotel AeR Bundes Jack Vittoria looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Cagliari.
I was passing through Cagliari and was attracted by the hotel's cheap price, location and OK rating. First, I did not read the fine print that the bathroom was shared (my fault). The hotel itself is neglected, underinvested, old and run as cheap as possible in all details from soap to air con being switched off at 11:00 am for all rooms. Also after the night rain my cloths on balcony rails were ruined by orange color construction paint that leaked from the above floor or something. When I tried to complaign, the management played dumb. The last straw was when I asked to leave my luggage until early evening- a standard and free service with ALL hotels in Italy so far - they sent me to the train station, which took me another 40 min and Euro 10 to sort out. AVOID by all means. Not that cheap for what it offers. Definitely not the base to enjoy Cagliari ! …
Luigi is a retired chemical engineer from the Oristano region of Sardinia. His family still make wine from Vernaccia grapes in that area. He and his wife now run this charming establishment on Via Roma. They speak no English, but if you speak even a little Italian, Luigi will engage you in fascinating conversations. We were fortunate to be able to sample some of his family's wine aged for eight years in late-night conversations on our return from a day of exploring Cagliari. The hotel is charming, including an antique elevator the likes of which I hadn't seen since the ancient lift in my undergraduate library. The tiled floors are incredible - my wife has used the photograph of the one in our room as her computer wallpaper. The location is perfect for exploring Cagliari. The view from our room was stunning. What an incredible find!…
We stayed 2 nights and were happy to have chosen this hotel. Friendly staff, clean room and perfect location to explore the city on foot. We had a room with sea view, but to be honest would not recommend - a bit noisy and you are anyways only there to sleep ;-)
Arrived in Cagliari on a Saturday evening with nowhere to stay. Lots of the hotels were full. Passed this place on via Roma and enquired. It's run by a elderly couple who are very nice. Room was small and airy with high ceilings and beautiful antique furniture. It's on the second floor and you have to take a tiny lift.Bed was not comfortable but the room has all you need. Stayed in much better places in Sardinia for less. Serves its purpose tho.
Stayed there recently. The old couple who run the place were really friendly and helpful but don't speak English if that's an issue for you. The rooms were spotless and came en suite with large wardrobe and safe. We'd a balcony overlooking the port - great seaviews. If there's a negative it's that the road outside is quite busy most of the day so if you're a light sleeper that might be a factor.