3 star hotel Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel

8.6 /10
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8.6 Average Guest Rating based on 126 scores, of which 24 with reviews.
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The Miramare is an exclusive hotel. It is located at the first and second floor of the beautiful old Palazzo Devoto in the Via Roma, in the very centre of the town, in front of the harbour, 200m away from the main station, from where trains and buses reach the whole Sardinia. The small Hotel Miramare is a charme structure, with 18 rooms and 4 suites, each equipped with TV, air conditioning, minibar, satellite, private bathroom, telephone set. The Miramare Hotel has a charming view over Cagliari’s Harbour and at the seaside. Wonderful sunrises, breathtaking sunsets: a unique experience, in the heart of La Marina district, for a stay, which will be arranged until the smallest detail. Only for travellers, not for tourists.

Choose your room! All rooms at Miramare Hotel are finely furnished with original fittings of the early 1900 and they have been created to accommodate travellers who look for a classy picturesque structure. Each of them is dedicated to a Giudice, old sovereign of the island in the middle-age. Inside the hotel there is a small orchid greenhouse, a unique space of comparison for tropical orchids and endemic orchids from Sardinia.

Sardinia boasts an old and tasteful traditional gourmet. It is rich and various: all sort of fishes from the coasts and meat from the island: sheep, goat and the famous Sardinian cow. But Sardinia offers also a rich range of pastry, traditional maccheroni, typical specialities that make it incomparable on the international scenery.

A lot of chefs of the latest generation originated in Sardinian tradition and have been able to innovate and create a new Sardinian cuisine, authentic and sofisticated, keen on innovation but also attentive to traditional balance of flavours and components. The Petit Hotel Miramare has selected for you a range of reliable restaurants and trattorias, in Cagliari, its province and on the whole island.

Facilities of Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel

General
24-Hour Front Desk, Bar, Non-Smoking Rooms, Pets Allowed, Rooms/Facilities for Disabled Guests
Services
Breakfast in the Room, Bridal Suite, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Room Service, VIP Room Facilities

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8.6 Average Guest Rating based on 126 scores, of which 24 with reviews.
  • Rooms
  • Cleanliness
  • Staff
  • Services
  • Price/quality

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    Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel Perfect! After sailing two days so relaxing atmosphere, friendly staff, but english is not easy for them. The best brekfast in Sardinia we had, here you could get cheeses etc. not just sweets. Perfect location, rooms are small but comfortable.

    9.5

    • Family with teenagers
    • Irja , Finland
    • February 2010
    Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel Room was very dark and dismal. Sitting room/breakfast room was absolutely lovely and breakfasts were excellent, as was the service. All people working for the hotel were very polite and efficient. I would stay there again, but I would ask for a brighter room, perhaps a waterfront view.

    8.9

    • Senior couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • October 2008
    Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel I appreciated the effort that went in to interior design of this unusual hotel, the attention to detail, atmosphere.. The owner, very professional and attentive. Location was probably the best imaginable to find on internet without ever seeing the place, however 20 min bus ride from the beach (quite an experience, positive). Beautiful, Russian young lady receptionist offered advice in fluent English or Italian. Over all I felt looked after and welcomed and I would stay there again should I go back to Cagliari

    8.3

    • Solo traveller
    • , United Kingdom
    • June 2008
    Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel Hotel was simple but charming. The staff were very friendly and patient with our "beginner's Italian".

    8.0

    • Family with teenagers
    • Anonymous, United Kingdom
    • August 2007
    Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel Great location on Via Roma, friendly staff, nice rooms. Highly Recommended.

    8.3

    • Traveller
    • Anonymous, United Kingdom
    • April 2007
    Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel Great location and friendly staff. Rooms are basic but clean and comfortable. Only negative is the traffic noise - but that is the price you pay for downtown location.

    8.3

    • Traveller
    • Anonymous, Germany
    • March 2007
    Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel Wir waren 3 Nächte im Miramare und haben uns sehr wohl gefühlt.Wir bekamen zunächst ein Zimmer zur Innenhof-Seite des Hotels und haben dann auf Wunsch ein Zimmer mit Meerblick bekommen (ohne Aufpreis).Der Nachteil der Zimmer mit Meerblick ist, daß sie gleichzeitig zur Straße rausgehen und bei geöffnetem Fenster sehr laut sind.Nachts mit offenem Fenster schlafen ist also nicht möglich. Wir haben uns in diesem Hotel sehr wohl gefühlt.Etwas gewöhnungsbedürftig ist das Frühstück, das (anscheinend) landestypisch nur aus süßen Biscuits bzw. Plätzchen besteht. Deutsches Frühstück darf man also nicht erwarten, für 3 Tage ging's. Wir können das Hotel ruhigen Gewissens weiterempfehlen!

    8.3

    • Traveller
    • , Germany
    • February 2007
    Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel Staff is excellent. Emilio helped us out twice. My husband wanted to find a jewelry shop to buy a traditional Sardinian wedding ring as an anniversary gift and Emilio made some calls and referred us to an excellent goldsmith. Then we had rented a car and didn't know how to find the place to return the car. Emilio led us there in his car and gave us a ride back to the hotel. He offered this when all we asked for was help finding the location. Great location overlooking the port and wonderful staff.

    8.6

    • Traveller
    • Anonymous, USA
    • November 2006
    Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel Wonderful friendly staff that really made our stay. Only downside is all the steps you have to climb. Breakfast was a little unusual but nice. Very centrally located.

    8.3

    • Traveller
    • Anonymous, Ireland
    • September 2006

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    Area information

    FEASTS AND FESTIVALS

    Sardinia is an island of great religious tradition, which follows the liturgical calendar and involves the greater part of people in festivals and fairs.

    The main feasts in Cagliari and surroundings:

    17th January: Sant’Antonio’s fires. Vorive fires are lighted in the whole Sardinia. Tasting of broad beans and wine. (in Ballao, Nurallao, Capoterra, Mamoiada, Nuoro).

    3rd February: San Biagio’s feast in Gergei and Lollove (Nuoro)

    February: Carnival: fairs in Ottana, Nuoro, Mamoiada, Sarule, Villaputzu, Assemini with parades of traditional stock characters and dancing at the squares.

    Carnival Sunday: Oristano’s Sartiglia: a big equestrian joust.

    Mardi gras: float parade in Cagliari.

    Holy Week: ceremonies in Cagliari, Iglesias, Teulada.

    Easter Sunday: S’Incontru, procession and representation of meeting of risen Jesus Christ with the Virgin Maria. .

    28th April: Sa Die de Sa Sardigna, the recollection of the historical liberation of Sardinia from the oppression of Piedmonteses and feudalism.

    30th April – 5th May: Sardinian Trade Fair in Cagliari.

    1st May: Feast and festival of St Efisio in Cagliari. The biggest and most representative feast in Sardinia, in which the sacred (St Efisio procession to his martyrdom’s place Pula) and the profane (the parade of Sardinian traditional costumes) merge in a week of authentic folk feast.

    1st decade of June: shearing festival in Gesico. Tasting of sheep meat and typical products of agrosilvopastoral culture.

    24th June: San Giovanni’s feast in Seulo.

    29th June: San Pietro’s feast in Ballao, Assemini and Nurallao.

    June: Festival of the Sheep in Ussana.

    7th July: Sedilo’s Ardia. Bravery and courage competition in a fantastic gallop in honour of St Costantino il Grande.

    25th-27th July: Festival of the Goat in Burcei with tasting of goat, folklore exhibitions, expositions about rural world.

    1st decade of August: Teulada’s Fisher’s Festival. After the solemn religious ceremony, tasting of grilled fish, bread and wine.

    26th-30th September: Santa Greca’s feast in Decimomannu.

    29th September: San Michele Arcangelo’s feast in Ussana

    1st decade of October: Feast of Vintage in several villages of the island.

    Second Saturday of October: Festival of the Snail in Gesico: gastronomic kermis.

    End of November: Bread and Oil in Olive-press. Several places.

    7th December: St Ambrogio’s feast in Monserrato.

    FEASTS AND FESTIVALS

    Sardinia is an island of great religious tradition, which follows the liturgical calendar and involves the greater part of people in festivals and fairs.

    The main feasts in Cagliari and surroundings:

    17th January: Sant’Antonio’s fires. Vorive fires are lighted in the whole Sardinia. Tasting of broad beans and wine. (in Ballao, Nurallao, Capoterra, Mamoiada, Nuoro).

    3rd February: San Biagio’s feast in Gergei and Lollove (Nuoro)

    February: Carnival: fairs in Ottana, Nuoro, Mamoiada, Sarule, Villaputzu, Assemini with parades of traditional stock characters and dancing at the squares.

    Carnival Sunday: Oristano’s Sartiglia: a big equestrian joust.

    Mardi gras: float parade in Cagliari.

    Holy Week: ceremonies in Cagliari, Iglesias, Teulada.

    Easter Sunday: S’Incontru, procession and representation of meeting of risen Jesus Christ with the Virgin Maria. .

    28th April: Sa Die de Sa Sardigna, the recollection of the historical liberation of Sardinia from the oppression of Piedmonteses and feudalism.

    30th April – 5th May: Sardinian Trade Fair in Cagliari.

    1st May: Feast and festival of St Efisio in Cagliari. The biggest and most representative feast in Sardinia, in which the sacred (St Efisio procession to his martyrdom’s place Pula) and the profane (the parade of Sardinian traditional costumes) merge in a week of authentic folk feast.

    1st decade of June: shearing festival in Gesico. Tasting of sheep meat and typical products of agrosilvopastoral culture.

    24th June: San Giovanni’s feast in Seulo.

    29th June: San Pietro’s feast in Ballao, Assemini and Nurallao.

    June: Festival of the Sheep in Ussana.

    7th July: Sedilo’s Ardia. Bravery and courage competition in a fantastic gallop in honour of St Costantino il Grande.

    25th-27th July: Festival of the Goat in Burcei with tasting of goat, folklore exhibitions, expositions about rural world.

    1st decade of August: Teulada’s Fisher’s Festival. After the solemn religious ceremony, tasting of grilled fish, bread and wine.

    26th-30th September: Santa Greca’s feast in Decimomannu.

    29th September: San Michele Arcangelo’s feast in Ussana

    1st decade of October: Feast of Vintage in several villages of the island.

    Second Saturday of October: Festival of the Snail in Gesico: gastronomic kermis.

    End of November: Bread and Oil in Olive-press. Several places.

    7th December: St Ambrogio’s feast in Monserrato.

    Travel information

    Miramare hotel is located very close to the train and bus stations that connect Cagliari to the main towns of Sardinia

    By Airplane: From Cagliari-Elmas Airport (10 minutes away) follow indication Cagliari Via Roma (lato portici).

    By Ship: We are just next to Cagliari port that is daily connected to Civitavecchia and during the week to Livorno, Arbatax, Napoli, Genova and Palermo and Tunisi (by Trapani).

    “Perfect! After sailing two days so relaxing atmosphere, friendly staff, but english is not easy for them. The best brekfast in Sardinia we had, here you could get cheeses etc. not just sweets. Perfect location, rooms are small but comfortable.„
    Family with teenagers Finland