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What We Love

  • Set on 27 acres in the middle of the Capo Carbonara nature reserve
  • All rooms have balconies overlooking the bay of Timi Ama or the hotel grounds
  • Tons of activities including tennis, volleyball, sailing and snorkeling

What To Know

  • The resort is about an hour’s drive from Sardinia’s capital, Cagliari
  • Family friendly with a kids club and babysitting services
  • Free WiFi and parking

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Eco friendly
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Sprawling family-friendly Sardinia beach retreat set on a nature reserve with a thalassotherapy spa

The Lowdown

Between a natural salt lake and a white sand beach in southern Sardinia, Hotel Pullman Timi Ama is a 27-acre retreat in the middle of the Capo Carbonara nature reserve, a nesting ground for pink flamingos. The sprawling family-friendly resort offers impressive amenities for active types, including tennis and volleyball courts; kayaking, windsurfing and sailing from the hotel’s private beach; and daily kids clubs for children 17 and under. After a sporty day in the sunshine, hit the spa for a thalassotherapy treatment or cool off in the outdoor pool. The 275 guestrooms all have balconies overlooking the bay of Timi Ama or the hotel grounds, and the traditional decor comprises terra-cotta floor tiles and a bright sand-and-sea color scheme. Dine on classic Italian dishes at I Ginepri’s alfresco terrace or tuck into light bites at Il Mediterraneo. La Veranda is an all-day dining spot by the pool.

In the Area

The Capo Carbonara nature reserve is a protected marine site and offers excellent snorkeling and diving opportunities. History buffs should head for Pula, which is filled with ancient ruins, such as the Nora archaeological site, where you can explore the remains of a Roman theater and forum. For the best beaches travel toward Chia and kick back on Baia Chia or the teeny island of Su Giudeu. Sardinia’s capital, Cagliari, is about an hour’s drive away. Stroll its medieval center and many cobbled piazzas lined with traditional taverns and restaurants.

How to Get There

Pullman Timi Ama Sardegna
Viale dei Ginepri, 3
Villasimius, 09049 Italy

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1543 Reviews
Wow!!!......Perfect from start to finish
Reviewed 2 days ago

Just returned from what I can only describe as my perfect holiday.
All the boxes were ticked:
- Scenic drive from airport to the hotel
- Picturesque resort from every angle
- The warmest welcome upon arrival
- Spotless spacious room with a view
- Beaches more beautiful than even the brochures
- Great food consistently delivered
- Fantastic spa
- Quality golf course nearby
- THE MOST AMAZING TEAM (Management included)

Can’t wait to be back.

Perfect blend of relaxation, incredible food, sports, and a private beach. What more do you want?
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My wife and I live and work in London. I've been to Sardinia a few times now and am in love with the place. We chose to stay at the Pullman Timi Ama for a week, to relax and escape the stresses of London life for a week.

I can't recommend this hotel enough. It's absolutely fantastic, and excellently caters for whatever need you have. We chose to blend beach days, with some sports (they have private tennis courts, beach volleyball and watersports, a football pitch, and even a fitness trail that you can run with stations for exercises).

The staff are incredible also. Two that really stand out for us were Prince (who goes out of his way to help you and to make your stay fun and full of energy!) He runs the beach sports and archery also, which was great). Alejandro also in the restaurant was such a kind and helpful person, who ensured every meal was a joy.

Now the food...WOW. I'd recommend half-board, because not only will is save you money, but the food is absolutely delicious. It's a buffet, but full of things like fresh sushi, lobster, grilled fish and meats. WOW...

All in all we are sad to leave this special place. You need a week out to relax and put your feet up..do it.XXX

Unforgettable trip
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Sardinia is well known with its blue lagon sea as its nice hotels and resorts... Pullman Timi ama gave us all satisfaction among everything we could expected !! Views from the room, just in front of the sea , the swimming pool, the terrasse and the gorgeous private beaches are just 5minutes walking sooooo yes go there, enjoy and just relax...

Overpriced
Reviewed 3 months ago

I would only consider returning with children as the only good point is the number of activities they have. Otherwise, it’s a old building with small rooms. Also, everything is extra - want a lounger in the front row of the beach?extra. Want to use some of the special shower gel? Pay again. More coffee? Some more euros please

Great place to relax, food was awesome, beach is pristine
Reviewed 3 months ago

We stayed here for the first few days on our honeymoon. The room we had was one of the standard rooms and was actually much nicer and cleaner than it looked online. We thought it was very classic Mediterranean and put is in the right mindset to start relaxing in Sardinia. I agree with other people that the room location may make a difference. We had no issue with noise, but some rooms may experience issues if they are near the bars or disco. May be worth asking the staff before arriving if they can put your room elsewhere if this is an issue for you. The beach is one of the best I have been to, incredibly soft sand, crystal clear water. The food included in half board is quite good, and they rotate options, there are probably 20 + options per night for main courses and then 30+ sides and apps. I have to also say we were very impressed with the staff, we had scheduled some spa time which was great, and in doing so we talked to they about how were were celebrating our marriage - I assume they must have passed the word along because that night we had complimentary wine in our room which was a pleasant surprise and above and beyond. Not many hotels do this type of thing anymore even though the cost to them is minimal - needless to stay we will come back at some point in the future.