Pevero Golf Club, a legendary golf course designed by a legend: Robert Trent Jones
A fantastic course in a fantastic seeing. The Robert Trent Jones-designed Pevero Golf Club is the perfect destination all year round. Stunningly beautiful surroundings, breath-taking views and the technical characteristics of the course ensure that players will enjoy an incomparable experience on one of the world’s finest courses (ranked in Golf Magazine’s Top 50). Offering a serious challenge to even the most experienced players, the Pevero course has played host to a plethora of international competitions, including the Italian Open in 1978. Guests may also book private lessons.
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88%of our guests
recommend this hotel
Our perception on our arrival for our four night stay at this hotel was immediately enriched by the hotel's front door staff's very warm welcome, seamless and fast early check in coupled with a very generous upgrade to a glorious top floor suite.
A special thank you to Antonella who introduced herself and greeted us at check in and made us feel truly privileged guests.
Service was generally superb with a "prego" and smile from the restaurants to housekeeping. Particularly and consistently impressive was the front desk staff and the valet parking from our arrival and during the frequent use of the rental car throughout our entire stay.
The hotel is for its early 1960's construction understandably a tad dated but is still uniquely quaint yet chic and very well maintained and furnished.
Shortly after check in, we took advantage of the pool area which is adequate without being opulent. Staff on board were mostly prompt in assisting with the set up of lounges which were plentiful and supplying of towels. The ambiance of the pool area however compromised by being alongside a long row of gym equipment being used outside on the pool terrace. A couple of lux touches missing also were the supplying of water and the offering of a second towel.
Taking advantage of the complimentary shuttle boat to the hotel's private beach is just plain good fun as a journey in itself and should not be missed albeit as other reviewers have noted the facilities at the beach are limited
Our room was of a high standard but was missing again a couple of 'better' hotel finishing touches. For example our lovely suite had only standard Sheraton bathroom amenities and despite having multiple fridges and mini bar had no wine glasses! As usual with Italian hotels, no kettles, coffee machines or irons are available.
Agostino is a real star at breakfast and a great asset to the hotel (with rumours of him having been the last head waiter to Princess Diana and Dodi Fayed untested) although some of the younger support staff are not quite as charming or service orientated. The offerings at breakfast are a little short but nonetheless more than reasonable. The adding of a glass of Proseco would be a great initiative.
Porto Cervo is obviously an expensive travel destination (which would give Monte Carlo and Geneva a fair run) and this will inevitably impact on your stay especially if you always dine or drink at the nearby bars and restaurants or in the hotel.
One last tip is a must being to hire a car and avoid being held to ransom by the exorbitant taxi prices and to allow you the opportunity to explore including dining at the many great restaurants outside the immediate Porto Cervo area.