Grand Hotel Poltu Quatu
Poltu Quatu, Sardinia, Italy
Designed as a traditional Sardinian harbor village, Hotel Poltu Quatu is located on the Costa Smeralda, which is on the north coast of Sardinia. With breath-taking views of the La Maddalena archipelago, it has a relaxed, yet glamorous atmosphere.
At a Glance
Beautiful natural setting, surrounded by mountains
Fully functioning harbor location
Hidden and exclusive atmosphere
Only a 5-minute drive to Porto Cervo
Poltu Quatu means 'hidden harbor', both the hotel and understated port definitely live up to this name!Jenny James
Rent a boat and visit Caprera; the island you can see from Poltu Quatu. It only takes 10 minutes and is where the Italian hero Giuseppe Garibaldi, spent the last 25 years of his life.Anna Crowther
Boat excursions are very popular - pre-book a day trip and explore the surrounding islands of the Costa Smeralda coastline.Dominic Atterton
Grand Pedro beach is beautiful and only a short drive away in the hotels complimentary shuttle.Jenny James
Porto Cervo is only 10 minutes away and has restaurants, a marina plus glitzy designer shops.Scott Dunn team
You must visit Tanit, the fine dining restaurant. People come from all over Sardinia to enjoy this special dining experience. Enjoy your meal looking out onto the harbor with the super yachts all parked outside, the crystal clear water and the islands in the distance. A unforgettable meal.Anna Crowther
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Just 3km from Porto Cervo, the Hotel Poltu Quatu forms part of the Poltu Quatu Harbour from which it takes its name. Meaning 'hidden harbor' in Sardinian, Poltu Quatu is set within a beautiful natural bay, and is the perfect place to soak up the glamour of the Marina dell 'Orso'. Established in 1987, the Marina is traditional in style and evokes the glamour of time gone by. Narrow streets weave their way behind the Marina and hilltop cottages can be seen dotted amongst the landscape. Completed in 2000, the Hotel Poltu Quatu is a 5 star luxury hotel and part of the highly regarded 'Small Luxury Hotels of the World' group. Whitewashed throughout, the hotel is typical of Sardinian architecture and feels airy and spacious. Marble or terracotta tiled floors and elegant traditional furniture adorn both the public areas and rooms, which are both welcoming and comfortable. All the rooms, suites and residences are similar in style, but vary in both size and location.
Poltu Quatu has a varied selection of restaurants and it is possible to experience a different culinary sensation every night. Blubeck, the hotel's main restaurant is open for breakfast and dinner, and Gusto Grill is open exclusively for lunch.
The large swimming pool and surrounding area are equipped with everything you need for a relaxing, sun lounging day and children will love the smaller pool and adjacent waterfall. There is also a playroom onsite and a fantastic selection of other activities to keep them entertained, such as tennis, a sailing school, snorkeling and riding.
All rooms at Poltu Quatu have a traditional Sardinian décor throughout, and each type maximizes the space available giving them a light and airy feel. Each has the classic white bedding, painted wooden furniture and tiled floors you might expect from an Italian hotel. Room range from Classic rooms with mountain views to apartment options with stunning views over the Marina dell'Orso. Complimentary WiFi features throughout the hotel and all rooms are equipped with a flat screen television, Sky satellite, mini bar, safety deposit boxes, telephones and air conditioning.
18m² double or twin bedded with a balcony and mountain views
With views of either the swimming pool or gardens, 20m² Superior rooms are either double or twin bedded and have a balcony.
Overlooking the Marina dell'Orso, with private balcony and 20m² in size. Rooms can be double or twin bedded.
Junior Suites are a spacious 24m² and open plan, with a private terrace overlooking the pool
50m², Classic Suites have one bedroom and two bathrooms plus a good size terrace with armchairs overlooking the Marina. These suites offer the best views.
Accommodating up to 4 people within two double bedrooms and a separate living space, the Executive suite has breathtaking views from the terrace and a private jacuzzi.
There are a number of apartment options, ranging from one to three bedroom, some interconnecting. All feature a kitchenette corner with two hobs, fridge and a microwave on request
Babysitting is available on request during the day and there is a newly opened children's club within the grounds of the hotel, which is open in the evenings from 6pm to midnight. The club features both an indoor and outdoor recreational space and inside there is a Playstation area for older children.
Buffet breakfast is taken in Blubeck, which has glorious sea views over Marina dell'Orso. In the evening it transforms into an elegant, candlelit space in which to try local, national and international cuisine. Tanit, the hotels fine dining, adult only restaurant has a fantastic reputation and is a favorite with the international jet set. There are further choices at the Marina with La Rada, which specializes in international dishes of meat and fish, whilst L'Orso Sardo, the harbor's newest restaurant, overlooks the bay and offers a tempting selection of locally inspired recipes.
There are lots of sea based sporting activities to try at Poltu Quatu, with the Sailing School just next door, offering 6 day courses from beginners to advanced. Kayaking, Scuba Diving, Fishing are also available from the Marina or if you prefer to stay land based, Tennis, Golf, Biking or Trekking can be easily arranged.
A complimentary shuttle service is provided to the beach and the hotel provides a 24 hour room service in high season. Laundry services, wifi and free parking are also available if required.
Location & Directions
Poltu Quatu, Sardinia, Italy
Located within the hidden harbor of Poltu Quatu, the hotel lies a mile east of the bustling resort of Porto Cervo, which forms part of the emerald coast of Sardinia.
When to go
Sardinia enjoys a warm and dry Mediterranean climate from May through to September and is renowned for the glorious weather and warm seas that bask the island for six months each year. July and August offer the best opportunities for beach lovers, when the sea temperatures average 28C. With an average of 10 hours of sunshine from May to September, Sardinia is the perfect summer season destination.