Rooms & Suites: 124
Built in the 1960's by the Aga Khan. Ultra-elegant hotel in one of the world's famed jet-setting destinations. Majestic setting on Sardinia's turquoise coastline of Costa Smeralda.
Perched above the Costa Smeralda, the unique turquoise coastline of Sardinia, the Hotel Cala di Volpe is a serenely sculptured luxury resort. The island's dramatic landscapes were featured in the James Bond film, "The Spy Who Loves Me". Delightful vistas of distant mountains, pristine white sand beaches, and the translucent seas of the Mediterranean make for unforgettable views. Designed by architect Jacques Couelle to resemble an old village, the hotel's towers, terraces, irregular roofs and porticoes blend beautifully with the natural landscape of rosemary bushes and rockroses. With spacious guest rooms providing panoramic views, a wide range of recreational facilities, and excellent cuisine, the Hotel Cala di Volpe is the ultimate Mediterranean luxury resort experience. Restaurant Cala di Volpe features international cuisine. The sumptuous poolside buffets are legendary among vacationing travelers. The Pontile Bar is the perfect setting for a more intimate rendezvous and favorite drinks. Beach, Sea-water Swimming pool; Hire a boat to explore the wealth of bays and natural anchorages, or take advantage of the hotel's on-site water-skiing school. If you're looking for history, you'll find both recent and ancient--the island's dramatic landscapes were featured in the James Bond film, "The Spy Who Loves Me," while nearby archeological ruins date back to 1700 B.C. Or for a peaceful day trip, visit the low-key Maddelana archipelago or the old Spanish town of Alghero.
Culture, Business Meeting, Family Vacation, Golf Getaway, Romantic Getaway, Spa & Wellness, Wedding
Olbia-Costa Smeralda Airport (OLB)
May through October