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Reviewed 5 August 2018

I stayed with my family and enjoyed it a great deal. The people are sweet, efficient, flexible and hard working. The style is relaxed and the rooms and buildings tastefully graced by warm colours and a sublime fusion with the Sardinian traditional craft. The gardens deserve a special mention for their beautiful mix of vegetation from the local “stagno”. Breakfast on the terrace were delicious. The hotel diffuso gives a great sense of privacy and peace much needed given the urban surroundings quite harsh and unappealing. The location is well placed to explore the West coast of Sardinia.

Room tip: Ask for a room in Pontis
Date of stay: July 2018
Trip type: Travelled with family
1  Thank piztraveler
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Reviewed 24 August 2017

When we booked, we were attracted to the idea of various period houses converted into hotel rooms. The hotel keeps up to its promises. We stayed in the Mistras house, 150 meters from the main house: the room is very nice, simple but cozy. This house has a beautiful garden with a swimming pool and a very nice common room. The staff does everything to make your stay pleasant and memorable: they gave us advice on beaches, on places to eat and they are always willing to spend some time for a little chat. Remarkable breakfast on the terrace on top of the main house, lovely view over the little town of Cabras. Food is very good too, cakes are delicious. Maybe the offer of savory food is not huge, but can definitely do. No doubts about our choice.

Date of stay: August 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank michelaru11
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Reviewed 25 May 2017

The service is very good and friendly. The hotel is disperesed ver 3 houses a few hundred meters apart from each other. Our room was very nice, hat everything it needed, but was a bit smelly. The breakfast was on the very beautiful roof terrace. Very kind staff and good food. We had the small pool in front of our room, ony o few people there so it was quit nice ;-)

Room tip: The rooms by the little courtyard with the pool were quite nice.
Date of stay: May 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 3 October 2016

We stayed at the Aquae Sinis for a week and were very satisfied overall. The concept of the albergo diffuso was not a problem at all as the three buildings are located within easy walking distance of each other. We especially liked the really charming atmosphere of the hotel with lots of lovely details and typical Sardinian decor. A big plus are also the pool and garden areas and, as so many reviewers have said before, we absolutely loved the rooftop terrace where breakfast was served (definitely above Italian standards).

That said, it nevertheless didn't feel like a 4-star hotel but rather like a b&b with some perks and rustic atmosphere. For example,in 4-star hotels you expect to have warm water for showering throughout the whole day, not just in the mornings when the hot water boilers are full, or the walls to be thick enough to not hear every word from the neighboring rooms. ​Don't get ​us wrong - ​we are not a particularly picky guests​ and ​are fine with basic facilities, but other guests will probably be dissatisfied with these things when the expect 4-star standards.

​One thing that needs to be mentioned (even though it is not directly associated with the hotel) is that it turned out really difficult to find eating options in Cabras. The hotel itself doesn't seem to have a restaurant anymore; at least it wasn't mentioned to us in any way. (Only on one evening there was a special Sardinian dinner with music on the terrace for a group of American guests, but that wasn't open to others. We actually found it rather annoying because our room was directly below the terrace and we felt that this should have been considered or at least mentioned to us.)
We ended up eating at the same pizzeria three times during our 1 week stay and even went to a supermarket in the outskirts of Cabras one day to buy ourselves some pre-packed sandwiches because we couldn't find a place that was open​.​ We did see several restaurant signs in the center of Cabras, but most of them seemed to either point to long-closed restaurants or to places​ too far from the center to get there by foot.

​Altogether, we were satisfied with our accommodation choice as it was a good base to explore the west coast​ of Sardinia, but not more. A car is absolutely mandatory because after a day in Cabras you have definitely seen everything there is to see.

Room tip: Avoid the main building because it's noisy in the mornings when everybody is coming for breakfast (rooms are directly below the terrace)!
Date of stay: October 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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4  Thank GreenTravelCat
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Reviewed 19 September 2016

Albergo Aqua Sinis is an excellent place to spend some days.
It's a hotel with 3 ou 4 separated houses, so there is never too much people around. We stayed in a house not far from the main house. It has a common room and a pool.
You stay in the middle of the village, as a local.
Rooms are excellent, very clean, as well as breakfast. Staff is friendly and very professional.
The only drawback is the fact that you don't have a view, but this is due to the fact that there are local house that were rebuilt for this purpose.
Cabras is placed near some points of interest.

Date of stay: June 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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3  Thank GCosta
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