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What We Love

  • Chic Mediterranean stay at a five-star resort with a blissful beach, pool and spa Visiting one of Sardinia's "nuraghi" - ruins left from the Bronze Age
  • Sinking your toes into the soft sands of the hotel’s private beach
  • Enjoying sun-up til sun-down hospitality and five-star facilities

What To Know

  • This chic property is very family-friendly, with a kid's club
  • There are tennis courts and even a soccer field to play on
  • The infinity pool overlooks the Capo Carbonara Bay
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Overview

A five-star Sardinian newcomer with its own stretch of private beach, spa and more - including half-board, treatment voucher and more

The Lowdown

With over 1,000 miles of unspoilt coastline, Sardinia is one of the most beautiful islands in the Mediterranean. Marked by its warm lagoons, white sands and wide secluded bays, Italy’s sleepiest island is a traveller’s paradise. Comparatively untouched by modern tourism, it offers up tranquillity and beaches characterised by pretty coves and crystal-clear waters. Stay close to the sugar-white sand, gorgeous inlets and glacier-blue water, or, alternatively, explore the island’s rugged inland hikes and the Bronze Age ruins known as “nuraghi”.
Resort Capo Boi is new to the island’s hotel scene, having opened just last summer. This refreshing resort is set within a conservation area and consequently offers unspoilt surroundings. It boasts its own private sandy bay, an impressive infinity pool with breathtaking Capo Carbonara Bay views and five-star amenities. Facilities include a small amphitheatre and activities such as snorkelling, stand-up paddle boarding and tennis. Find even deeper relaxation in the expansive spa, or during yoga and Pilates classes before spending evenings on the open-air terrace bar with live DJ acts.

How to Get There

Capo Boi Falkensteiner Resort
Strada Provinciale 17
Villasimius, Italy

Reviews

Excellent Hotel
paulrobinson1964

Great hotel, staff excellent, food was way beyond anything I expected. First time using this hotel chain, will definitely be looking to stay in one of their other hotels. I am thinking about returning to the hotel in the Spring when it re-opens

very nice hotel and excellent food
patandbea2019

the hotel is very pleasant, welle located onto the sea. the rooms are big, elegantly decorated and comfortable.
The people are nice and helpful.
The buffet for the meals (breakfast and dinner) is excellent :very good quality, very good products, and it varies completely every day,
A place to recommend.

Not a family hotel
Travchris

We know Falkensteiner chain from our ski holiday. Since we were very pleased with our experience, we decided to try their hotel in Sardinia, Italy.

The hotel is located in beautiful area, surrounded by pine trees and with access to nice beach. There are five swimming pools (though none heated) and the ‘indoor’ one accessible to kids till 1:00 pm only.
The staff is polite but doesn’t care much about their guests wellbeing e.g. we had ask three times during dinner to get some water, they pass over your table and won’t take a used plate etc. We were supposed to get a welcome drink upon our arrival - nothing. I’ve read some reviews and couldn’t agree more it’s not a five star hotel. Five stars oblige to certain service level that you won’t find here.

Obviously, the hotel has no influence and is not responsible for weather conditions. However it is responsible for their guests wellbeing. If the hotel claims it caters for families, they should make sure families have some possibility of entertainment, especially during rainy weather. The hotel claims to have some program for children but it’s only for children up to 4 years old. Falkyland doesn’t offer anything for older kids. We requested the receptionist what can we do during rainy time (after we spent all morning sightseeing around) and she shrugged and said eventually we can play ping-pong or some board games. Since we don’t like to complain we wanted to entertain ourselves. Unfortunately, there were no ping-pong balls and board games were missing some elements so we couldn’t really play. We walked around outside despite it’s drizzling, watched the sea and returned to our hotel room. We cannot use indoor swimming pool as it doesn’t allow kids after 1pm. Isn’t it a stupid rule during adverse weather conditions??? We are in our room reading books. We may have as well stayed home. Be aware.