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All reviews tennis courts sports facilities an industrial estate poolside restaurant white beach leisure pool hotel complex rented a car main restaurant shuttle bus huge selection euros per person buffet breakfast fresh fruit rooms are large costa smeralda local beach
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Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

Decided to go here because of the spa and pools. Looking on their web site it was difficult to see the full layout of the room.
We had a quad room which basically is four beds in one room.
If this had been a bit clearer I would have upgraded to a better room or hotel.
Not the end of the world but annoying, I had emailed via Booking.com to find out about the room but never received any response.
So the room was ok standard room we were on the ground floor and had no view just a small lawn area so no sun.
Beds fine toilets bath shower and toiletries supplied.
Room clean just a little cramped.
Plenty of parking in around and under the hotel and it's free parking.
Nice welcome at reception checked in fine.
Barman in the main bar is excellent takes great pride in his work and mixes a mean cocktail.
Inclusive breakfast well you can't complain loads of choice sit inside or outside you not going hungry for breakfast.
Waiters serve the coffee which is nice although you can get it from the machine if you want just not as good.
Main restaurant does a buffet dinner €25.00 a head again all you can eat if you like fish you can't go wrong it does lack atmosphere.
The poolside restaurant is nice attentive service great food again around €25 a head plus drinks.
The pizzara restaurant is probably the best for choice and families with entertainment and a nice atmosphere we had a good night here.
All restaurants are on site and can be walked to easily so no driving or taxis.
At the end of our meal in the pizzara restaurant we were offered a local drink which I wrongly assumed was a gratuity drink by the way it was offered it wasn't €4 each that will teach me.
We used the pool it's a good size clean and tidy with a bar snacks or the restaurant. Life guard on site all the time.
Not enough sun beds unless your up at 6am.
Also used the Olympic pool and this is huge, you do have to wear a cap in this pool and they do supply them.
You can also get towels for the pools from reception deposit retuned with the towels.
Nice well kept grounds
They do run a shuttle bus to the beach 15mins each way it is a very nice beach very busy we had a car so we drove.
They also have a restaurant on the beach but we never got round to using this one.
5 min drive from the hotel you will find a supermarket water around 30cents here beer 60cents wine €1.5 euro Chips €1.
In the hotel Water is €2 beer is €5 Chips €5
So even if you get a taxi it still works out cheaper or you could walk 30min does help save a few pennies when you have 4 adults to pay for.
Overall it is a good hotel (not great)
I would stay again but would definitely hire a car again as it is quite isolated.
Mind you everything seems isolated but we loved the place.

Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
7  Thank martcox
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Reviewed 31 August 2017 via mobile

Been at Geovillage with family(2 teenage girls) for one week. Excellent sporting facilities with Olympic 50m pool, gym, tennis etc. Used the pool lots for training. The outdoor leisure pool is nice too with a good programme. Restaurants are plenty on site with good food at reasonable prize.
The rooms are aged a have seen better days. They offer a shuttle service to the white beach, which we used once and do not recommend. Reasons are that the driver was interested in his looks and his phone rather than the road. No seatbelt fastened, on the phone the whole time whilst checking his hair in the vanity mirror. All that with 6 passengers in the back. Therefore better to make your own way to the beach. The hotel really needs to sort that out.

Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Kurt H
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Reviewed 22 August 2017 via mobile

Nice stay at the Geovillage, I stayed with my boyfriend . I loved the swimming pool and the vicinity between Olbia And the beaches. We rented a car which I recommend, although the hotel provides transportation to the beach with your own car you are better off to coat different ones.
I loved the restaurant by the pool, very nice seafood.
Very clean resort as well, room impeccable as all facilities
..The only bad point was the rude staff at the bar by the hotel square, never a smile always on a bad mood very unprofessional ....
Friendly staff at reception and super friendly house keeping .

Date of stay: August 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank 783meech
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Reviewed 29 July 2017

Spent one night at the geovillage in order to be close to olbia for our sunday flight. I wish we stayed there longer in order to try everything. The room was really spacious and nice. Breakfast was really good. Had a free spa entry but did not have the time to use it. Ideally located, 10 min by car from the airport. The complex look really big and looks like there are a lot of activities there. Really good value for money.

Date of stay: July 2017
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank mastercheflarecette
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Reviewed 10 July 2017 via mobile

I have just spent 4 nights here as a relax before heading out to explore this great country.

The resort is located within 15 mins of the airport, so makes an ideal location to unwind.

Don't be fooled by the 4 star rating, it might have been once, however it feels a little past its prime.

He check in staff were excellent and very helpful, however I found the signage from arrival at the location dire. So perhaps it was the relief at finally checking in that caused my jubilation!

The room was decent, bed excellent, bathroom and aircon all functioning, however it took me to report that 3 bulbs were out in the room. 1 by the wardrobe containing the safe and 2 in the bathroom (so one side of the twin sinks was in darkness).

I also noted that we only had one chair on our balcony, which was a shame.

I decided to be proactive and raise these matters and the excellent reception staff made a note and within 3 hours all bulbs fixed and I gained a table and chair set for the balcony! All very impressive, however why couldn't the cleaning staff have reported these matters....?

I have to say the cleaning staff were excellent at cleaning, so perhaps it's a demarcation issue....

My only other grumble was seeing the same paper serviette littering the edge of the footpath leading up to the entrance to our accommodation. The bellboy walked past it and the daily cleaning staff walked past it countless times.....these things all just go to show a lack of pride and standards.

The resort appeared to have historically operating businesses on site , a hairdresser, and some other units, but all were empty which added to the feel of an out of season English holiday resort down on its luck.

The breakfasts were buffet style and plenty of choice.

We are in 3 of the 4 nights, but we're becoming a bit stir crazy with the menu.

There was usually some form of musician or a fashion show or some dancing to add a little spice to the evening meal.

Other than the outside leisure pool, we didn't take advantage of any of the sporting facilities, but noted groups of (well behaved) youths from football and swimming clubs who were obviously on some form of training camp.

The outside pool has a "no reservation" policy on the limited number of poolside recliners, however it seemed that if you knew certain key staff, they turned a blind eye, whilst other staff actively removed towels and personal possessions of the hoggers!!

At the leisure pool, there is a daily routine of classes, aqua aerobics, dance, exercise, kids type stuff - which was all harmless fun and reasonably well supported.

Would I go back, yes - perhaps just to see if the piece of serviette is still there!!

Date of stay: July 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thank 873gavind
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