Finding an ideal charming hotel in Arzachena does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Tenuta Pilastru, a nice option for travellers like you.
Tomba dei Giganti di Coddu Vecchiu (2.8 mi), located nearby, makes Tenuta Pilastru a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular Arzachena landmark.
Rooms at Tenuta Pilastru Hotel offer air conditioning and a minibar.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service and baggage storage. Guests of Tenuta Pilastru Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
While in Arzachena be sure to experience nearby seafood restaurants such as Ristorante La Ciminea.
Should time allow, Museo Laboratorio dell'Età Nuragica - Labenur is a popular attraction that is within walking distance.
Tenuta Pilastru looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Arzachena.
On our last evening in Sardinia we succeeded in having a dining table at 10.30 pm in this very demanded agriturismo :D We were located outside on a great terrace in the garden with an entertaining live music. The plates followed each after the other and were all of good quality and good quantity. The local wine was also very good. The waitress was kind enough to give us explanations in French. This was a super experience but be prepared to eat a lot :)
I would definitely come back again, it is a magical place. There are some flaws however which prevented me from giving 5 stars. I will mention them later. Let’s start with the good points: it is a lovely place, very well maintained, and with wonderful staff. Everyone is friendly and greets you with a big smile. Both the rooms and the common areas are spotlessly clean and nothing broken can be spotted. I don’t know if they just renovated some areas or if the maintenance guys are just doing a really good job (or both). The shower is probably one of the best I ever had in a hotel. Although the room (we had a superior room) itself is average size the bathroom is actually quite big. 2 air-conditioners, one in the bedroom and one in the bathroom is also very luxurious. Room for improvement (some are really minor!) : - We ate at the restaurant for 3 of our 5 nights. Every day we tried to make a reservation, every day we were told is was full. After some phone calls we were told they could make some room for us, but we had to leave at 9 or 9.30. Not a big problem for us. But at 9 half of the tables were still empty. Every night. This does feel a bit unwelcoming. And at some point I got a bit annoyed. - You actually have to pay for your towel at the pool. This was a first time for me. Ever. Just up the room price with 2 euros and supply free towels. - The lady at the bar at the pool was absolutely lovely. We ate here 4 times and although her english was so-so, she really did her best in getting everything we wanted. What I don’t get though, is that nobody asks the guests at the pool if they would like to have a drink. You really have to go inside and order yourself. I would have spend much more if someone asked me every once in a while if I would like to have a drink. - The gym does not open until 1 pm. Totally don’t get that. And you actually have to pay 10 euros in order to make use of it. Something I only figured out afterwards (granted, it was noted in the leaflet in the room, but I missed that). - Don’t water the grass when there are actually guests laying at the pool. Why don’t you do that in the morning when everyone is at breakfast? At 11.30 is a bit of a weird time.…
We only had our dinner there, the food was excellent, service very friendly and fast. The hotel looked good, maybe we will stay there one day. The first impression was very good, beautiful place in the middle of nowhere.
This resort is unfortunately not recommendable. This is a pity, because the resort itself is very beautiful, the lawns are well maintained and you can always find a place at the pool. However, the service, especially in the reception area, is an absolute disaster. A suitable slogan for this would be "That`s not possible" - that was at least the most frequently heard sentence during the stay. Be it regarding the 2 shirts that we would have liked to have ironed or the request for a umbrella on the terrace, since in the August heat this was hardly usable because of no shadow possibility. A normal double room was sold to us as a superior suite, although the website clearly stated that the superior suites were located in a completely different place on the property. As a result, they were also very small. The website information should generally not be classified as true. A modern gym with the latest equipment is reported. The fact is, however, that these have exceeded their horizons by far and are far too small for people over 1.60 in height. On top of that, it doesn't open until 1 pm. For the people who like to do sports in the morning (not when it is hot outside and you feel like going out) generally not recommendable. Food is absolutely average, breakfast is loveless and the fruits are not washed. All this wouldn't be so bad if the resort didn't tend to belong to the high-priced ones and people go there to treat themselves and enjoy a special service and relaxation. I am very disappointed.…
After a week aboard a sailboat with 8 other people I wanted to chill out solo for an afternoon by the pool and evening having a delicious dinner in a quiet country setting before heading back home. From Marina Portisco it cost 65 Euro to get to this country escape and took about 40ish minutes. It’s peaceful and feels like you are on a friends sprawling property. The grounds are immaculate and there are a lot of grassy areas and trees for shad. The pool is large and clean and the poolside cafe serves drinks and casual, delicious food. I loved my room. It was small and functional (it’s typically sold as part of a family suite), had a modern bathroom, comfy bed and was located behind the restaurant on a fresh patch of green grass with a lovely little deck off the bedroom with two chairs and a table. Olive (?) trees out front. Very quiet. You need to make reservations for dinner at the restaurant as it gets busy and it’s the only one on property (besides the pool bar which is only open for lunch and afternoon snacks). I wish I’d stayed longer. It seems like the kind of place that would be attractive to people who had some time to settle in for a week or more. Recommend having a car or you are at the mercy of taxis who charge what they want (ask the front desk to call the taxis for you and negotiate fare if you plan to leave on an excursion).…