Sardinia’s Most Expensive Hotels…
According to a Luxury-Hotels.com 2012 study, Porto Cervo, a celebrity filled enclave has three of the top 20 most expensive hotels in the world…
There is an exclusive place where the beauty of Costa Smeralda becomes even more fascinationg. Pitrizza Hotel stands in a setting of unspoiled natural splendour, where the bluest Mediterranean takes on the colours of the Tropics.
All 50 guest rooms and 14 villas offer fabulous views of a magical landscape. Inside hand-crafted Sardinian furniture, natural stonework and marble are perfectly complemented by the latest hi-tech amenities. Suites and villas are designed for travellers seeking privacy, tranquillity and pleasure in all its forms.
Hotel Cala Di Volpe
Long a magnet for the beautiful people, this hyper-glamorous establishment attracting jetsetters and wannabes (now owned by the Starwood Luxury Collection) was built to resemble an ancient Sardinian fishing village with its own covered wooden bridge. Expect a high “wow” factor at this 5-star luxury resort. The rustic-elegant interior has wood-beam ceilings, terra-cotta floors, Sardinian arts-and-crafts, and porticoes overlooking the Cala di Volpe Bay. The Presidential Suite, in the highest tower, has three bedrooms and a private gym and pool. Summer prices, including the requisite half board, are so high (close to €2,400 and up) that you may think you’ve got the exchange rate wrong by a factor of 10—this is one of the most expensive hotels in the world (discounted rates, outside of July and August, are available with loyalty points and online booking).
Fodor’s: “Hotel Romazzino is located in Sardinia, Italy is ranked seventh on the list with an average of $1850 per night. This hotel is believed to be one of the perfect locations for exclusive family vacations that will delight travelers of all ages with interesting activities.
Scented myrtle and Mediterranean flowers, dazzling white beaches and the transparent water of the fabled Costa Smeralda. The Hotel Romazzino, a Luxury Collection Hotel, nestles in splendid isolation, a perfumed garden on a coastline celebrated for its beauty.
In the 77 guestrooms and 17 suites, each with its own private terrace or balcony, every detail pays tribute to the style and beauty of the Sardinian landscape. Handmade ceramics, fabrics and wood furnishings created by the island’s finest craftsmen evoke the Costa Smeralda’s landscape, a soft palette of ivory and cream set off by accents of vibrant bule and golden yellow.
Contact: Hotel Romazzino ADDRESS: Costa Smeralda · Porto Cervo 07021 · Italy · Phone: Tel#: (0789) 977111; www.romazzinohotel.com