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Hotel Eden Village Cala della Torre Hotel 4 star
La Caletta Siniscola, Italy -
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Amy Adejokun Section editor

The Eden Village Cala della Torre is a curious urban club. In the little port of Caletta, surrounded by homes, this club hotel is squashed onto a piece of land that is rather narrow for its 183 guest rooms. It is not lacking in amenities, however. Plus, it is convivial, the staff is friendly and the very light and simple judicious decor prevents you from feeling at all claustrophobic. Nevertheless, this establishment is really not for those who absolutely need their privacy.

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      Eden Village Cala della Torre   -   M. Challe / EASYVOYAGE

    • Hotel Eden Village Cala della Torre

      Eden Village Cala della Torre   -   M. Challe / EASYVOYAGE

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    Location 9.68 /10

    The Eden Village Cala della Torre is located in the village of Caletta, some 4.5 mi away from Siniscota and about 28 mi south of the Olbia airport. Surrounded by homes and close to the port, the club provides easy access to the shops and entertainment found in this small family-friendly seaside resort. The public beach is 500m away.

    Accommodation 6.95 /10

    With a simple decor, with colourful but light tones, the 183 guest rooms of the Eden Village give off a sort of airy ambience. This is a good thing because the street, the building opposite and the pool do not really help you to clear your mind. Moreover, although you can't really spend much time daydreaming there, the rooms have a small balcony, giving you the chance to get some fresh air. Regarding facilities, there is nothing special to highlight. A flat screen television, a safe and a hairdryer are all provided. Only those who cannot live without a bathtub will be disappointed to find only a shower.
    As for the size of the rooms, there are triples and quadruples available and 15 are fitted especially fitted for wheelchair-bound guests.

    Overview 5.70 /10

    A long and narrow plot of land surrounded by 3-storey buildings - this is the setting offered by the Eden Village Cala della Torre. Trees and flowers have been planted anywhere that a free spot could be found, but despite this there is a real lack of greenery. This is not exactly the most charming of hotel businesses. Yet, the establishment, built in 1970 and entirely renovated in 2007, does not have unpleasant architecture and the interior is even carefully decorated and designed with very light colours...to make up for the chronic lack of light. The lobby, equipped with large televisions, the main bar and the restaurant are all buried underground or have no windows.
    The hotel does is not lacking in equipment though, especially when it comes to families: a pool with a paddling area, a multi-purpose pitch for basketball, volleyball and mini football (but no tennis), ping pong, a great kids club (4-12 years) and a teen club (13-16 years), and an abundance of deck chairs. The end result of this, however, is that holidaymakers are rather prone to rubbing elbows. For a bit of tranquillity, an area far from the pool with deck chairs and gazebos is reserved for nap lovers, bookworms, and those who simply want a little peace and quiet. However, even here you won't find absolute peace or privacy.
    Games, tournaments, shows and other diverse activities, in Italian, are organized by 10 lively entertainers.

    Food and drink 6.95 /10

    Thanks to its successful decor, the club's only restaurant is still pleasant, even though half of it is situated underground. Pretty decor. However, the same cannot really be said for the terrace of the main restaurant and bar, with its unobstructed view of the car park and surrounding residences. Served for all three meals, the buffet is generous and of good quality, probably owing to the demanding Italian clientele.

    Beach 6.45 /10

    One of Eden Village's great ideas is to provide bicycles for its guests - for free. This is rather handy for getting to the beach 500m away via the village or along the marina. This beach is the village's large public beach and there are no deck chairs or parasols for hire. The locals come here regularly, which is rather nice. The water is clear and the sand quite pleasant.

    To know

    80% of the clientele is made up of Italian families. Everything is done "Italian-style": a very good buffet, lots of entertainment, (ending at 11:00pm and with an extra charge for spirits).


    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment

      gym, aqua gym, aerobics, football, volleyball, basketball, dance, step, fitness, sports

    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms


    • A very friendly welcome


    • Cramped hotel

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