Aleria seemed a bit off the tourist route so we decided to stop there overnight whilst exploring the centre of Corsica. It was totally the right decision. Not only was it a relief to be away from the crowds but this hotel and it's restaurant were such a lovely surprise. We felt so welcome, the room was clean and comfortable and the bar and restaurant were excellent . Possibly one of the best meals we had in Corsica during this trip. Aleria also has pretty interesting ancient history and sites, well worth a visit for all those reasons. We hope we can visit again some day!
Very pleasant, comfortable, friendly hotel in a good location (in centre of Aleria close to a large supermarket). Plenty of parking next to hotel. BBC World Service available on TV. English understood at reception.
We stayed in this hotel while we were traveling around Corsica. Room was clean and nice, little bit noisy, 100 euro was fair price during the high season. But one thing disappointed us a lot - breakfast. We paid 10 euro for each and received instant coffee, not fresh pastry, expired corn flakes and fresh orange juice. You need to pay in addition for cheese etc and they don’t have eggs. It the end the waitress was rude. Such breakfast should be included for free, waste of money.
We stopped here en route to the south of the island as various members of the party wanted a coffee. The terrace is nice enough although the coffee is adequate rather than epic (I quote) and the service is desultory. The terrace has a nice open feel to it but of course the road is right by the hotel so it's not quiet. Not a bad place to stop but nothing to go out of your way for.
This is a good place to come to for a mid range kind of destination. The restaurant offers a good selection of food and the breakfast is good too. They offered us extra coffee and juice but we had had enough, though this was a nice gesture.
Instead of going to the more touristic restaurants of Ghisionaccia, I absolutely wanted to visit a restaurant that works with regional products. The restaurant of this hotel is one of these places. The welcome was really warm. The owner of the restaurant welcomed us personally and he regularly came to our table to give more explanations about the used regional products. Appreciated because it was clear that this was not some kind of show but out of love for the local products. The food was really excellent. We started with a "planche" of Corsican antipasti (fromage and charcuterie), which was really nice. I continued with the pavé d'agneau, excellent as well. If i had known that it was served with fries, i would have asked rice or something else. But all in all it was really good. The other persons at the table choose the risotto rouget (gurnart) and pasta with eggs of mulet and they loved it as well.…
Really welcoming staff and great food! Makes you feel really well right away. Very clean and nice rooms. Unfortunately the beds weren't really comfortable (some backpain the day after) and the rooms were quite loud. We had the cheapest room-version, so maybe the other categories are better.
Stayed here for 3 nights as part of a package holiday. Family run hotel friendly staff. Food mostly good apart from one evening when the pasta was a little hard. Location is good for travelling round Corsica, there is a beach some 2kms away and an archeological site 1km away. Locally small town to walk around with local shops.