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  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Kids Club
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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With a stay at Grand Hotel Poltu Quatu Sardegna MGallery by Sofitel in Arzachena (Poltu Quatu), you’ll be minutes from Orso Diving and close to Aquadream. This 5-star hotel is within close proximity of Gregoland and Stella Maris Church.


Make yourself at home in one of the 146 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wired and wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming provides entertainment. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and bidets. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.

Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities

Pamper yourself with a visit to the spa, which offers massages, body treatments, and facials. If you’re looking for recreational opportunities, you’ll find a nightclub, outdoor tennis courts, and an outdoor pool. Additional features at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge).

Food & Drink

Grab a bite at one of the hotel’s 2 restaurants, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.

Business & Travel Amenities

Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, a business center, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Event facilities at this hotel consist of a conference center and meeting rooms.

How to Get There

Grand Hotel Poltu Quatu Sardegna MGallery by Sofitel
Località Poltu Quatu
Arzachena, 07021 Italy


4.0 Very Good 483 Reviews
September Sunshine with the odd rain drop
Reviewed 3 months ago

We wanted a setember break for some R & r and ended up in a great spot. Place was perfect to relax by the pool or stroll around the harbour area. Staff were very pleasant and helpful and part from a forma few grey clouds a great week. The hotel was very good but had a few flaws : there was little or no information about the resort in the rooms, our bed wasn't made when we arrived - small issues. I would also suggest a shuttle into Porto Chervo would be very popular. We only had the breakfast which was great except when it rained there was a long queue. As we went in September places were closing for the season so if you didn't have access to car eating was limited. A car is essential to get around. Overall ticked the boxes for what we wanted but with a bit more TLC it would be a real gem!

Hidden gem!
Reviewed 3 months ago

I ' ve searched the hotel for our Sardinian vacation for quite a long time and among the all Porto Chervo' s hotels I chose the Grand Hotel Poltu Quatu. Now I have to confess I made a right choice . Our stay in this hotel was even better than I expected - the location, architecture, beautiful marina, our spacious room, excellent breakfast and very friendly and helpful hotel's staff - altogether made our holidays unforgettable. Thank you , Grand Hotel Poltu Quatu for having us!

Very disappointed
Reviewed 3 months ago

My husband booked this as a surprise for my birthday so he didn't appreciate just how lacking in facilities the area is. We are experienced travellers who know what to expect from an hotel this being our fourth trip this year.We would have liked to see the real Sardinia, eat and drink good local food, sightseeing and trips so not suitable unless you like to sit around the pool, eat in the local restaurants and walk around the marina. We had hired a car and arrived late at night so had difficulty finding the hotel due to lack of signage from Olbia Airport to Costa Smeralda. We were told there was no parking nearby and would need to use the valet parking at 105E for the week. Quite inconvenient waiting for car in and out of the hotel even though this was not made clear we said nothing initially. The next day we discovered this was a lie as there were two car parks within easy walking distance of the hotel. Our room was abysmal for a 5 star hotel gloomy and sunless having a very small narrow balcony looking out on to nothing contrary to the description 'mountain view'. The view was actually a small wall, hedge and slope. There was no sun so not possible to sit out there so after one day decided to complain about lack of view. The very helpful young man consierge told us that the description was incorrect and had we booked through them directly the classic room was not described with mountain view and we would have to pay 50E extra per night for a better room. We felt we had paid enough for this hotel but we swallowed that not wanting to spoil our trip. We were moved to a room with a larger balcony overlooking the pool and a long distance mountain view - better but not worth 50E per night. We had a car and didn't want to use shuttle bus but the nearby beaches' parking is impossible so had to drive further afield to find beaches. We tried the restaurants on the marina but as other reviews they are very expensive and not very good value. We found good restaurants by driving so without a car this area would be unsuitable for travellers like us. The hotel restaurant is gourmet dining and very expensive. The only good point was the breakfast which was excellent. The staff here were very good and helpful and on reflection had it not been for that we would have cut our losses and checked out without a doubt. We were glad to leave feeling we had paid too much for the hotel and felt we should have been upgraded from the terrible room at no extra cost. (Apparently some of the classic rooms have no balcony at all so be prepared).

Fabulous Stay in Sardinia’s Post- Season
Reviewed 3 months ago

Booked the hotel for a 5-night get away with my best friend. Although the weather forecast wasn’t looking all that, we did manage to catch some nice sunny hours at the rustique pool of the resort. Its located very near Porto Cervo and got its own little bay. The rooms were clean, nice bathroom, good working aircon. Breakfast was simply amazing, although sometimes we needed to wait to be seated by the gentle hostess. We were treated very well by the staff and in particular hostess Manuela, she literally helped us find our way on the Island and on any other requests. We even had a nice late check out and a room to fresh up before we left (late) to the airport.
Only thing: at night, be cautious driving to the parking lot. The road is not lit, very steap and rocky. We will defenitely come back!

Nice location
Reviewed 3 months ago

Poltu Quatu is a beautiful natural harbour near Baia Sardinia - surrounded by small hills. The whole bay is covered with posh yachts and tasteful white houses with light red shallow roofs. The Grand Hotel Poltu Quatu features restaurants, a pool, a very small spa. Not a 5 star hotel by UK standards.
There are restaurants and shops around the marina.

We visited the hotel with another couple we had a very posiitve experience they had the opposite

We booked throught the same BA web site we both paid the same price.
Wd stayed 4 nights and had a beautiful large room with 6ft bed, jaccuzi, generous balcony with table chairs and sun loungers, overlooking the pool
They stayed 3 nights had a tiny room with twins beds and minute balcony. Initially they were beside a noisey lift, after a lot of arguing with the manger they were moved on the 2nd night.

The staff were friendly throughout. There is a good breakfast buffet. Seating during breakfast is either on a narrow balcony (not too narrow at all) under sun sails, or in the area behind the balcony with large, glassless windows facing the harbour. We never waited to be seated.
There is no beach within walking distance but the hotel offers a shuttle service which needs to be booked as early as possible. The supply you with a voucher for a sun loungers and umbrella.

The restaurants are expensive in the complex but that goes with the area. We found some excellent places to eat in Baia Sardina especially La Rocca

Parts of the hotel are in need of a face life. The Spa is small.

I would return if i could be guarantee the same room,