Miramare Cagliari Hotel Museo

Via Roma 59,Cagliari,Italy

  • Experience World-class Service at Miramare Cagliari Hotel Museo

    Offering a central position overlooking Cagliari Harbour, this design hotel features contemporary rooms with free Wi-Fi. The historic centre is a 10-minute walk away. Rooms at Maison Miramare Boutique Hotel have elegant furniture from the 1900s. Some have decorative ceilings, others include sea-view balcony. A continental breakfast is served daily at the Miramare, with croissants, cold meats and cheeses. A choice of restaurants and trattorias are located within a 5-minute walk. Cagliari Train Station is 500 metres from the hotel, and it is a 12-minute drive to Elmas Airport.


    • Airport Shuttle
    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
    • Childcare Service
  • reviews

    • Art Deco beautiful building

      Reviewed 10 August 2019

      Love this Art Deco hotel in the centre of the town. I was upgraded to the harbour view suite. Its a very unique hotel . Staff was extremely friendly and gave us all the info about the city. Breakfast was freshly prepared. Its full of art piece. They served us welcome drink in the lounge when we arrived which was a nice touch.

    • Cagliari 5 stars

      Reviewed 31 March 2019

      Miramare Museum Hotel is the best you can think of. BVery central and in front of the sea and the port. walking distance from the shopping area. Every room is different, breakfast is served in a regal way, the service is top of the top. Every time is a pleasant surprise. I wonder how the can anticipated client's wish

    • Horrible and spooky experience!

      Reviewed 17 October 2018

      The Miramare is not a hotel but a B&B pension that is located in the 3rd floor of an apartment / office building. There are partly other B&Bs on other floors of the same building. Acceeding the 3rd floor with luggage in the moment of arrival is a sportive challenge because the small elevator only works if you have a key which you receive at the reception which is on the 3rd floor. So, if you don't want to leave your luggage unattended in the entrance of the building (which you shouldn't as this is the very busy harborfront street), you have to carry all the luggage up the stairs to the 3rd floor yourself. Our room was so small that there was practically no space except for the bed. No space to store and unpack the luggage properly. It must have been a former servant's room of the flat. The window showed to a narrow courtyard which was full of air condition machines that made so much noise night and day that you couldn't open the window at any time. The courtyard, or slot, was so narrow that you could almost touch the opposite windows. The breakfast buffet was already eaten up by a hungry family before we arrived and was not refilled, although we arrived more than an hour before the closing time. The worst thing however was the cheaty and uncommunicative behaviour of the management: When we left, we received a closed envelope, the receptionist saying "all is settled already, you're all fine, no further payment necessary". As we are not suspicious persons and were eager to continue our round trip, we had no doubts, took the envelope and left. When I checked my next credit card invoice after returning home, I saw that Miramare had booked off 100 too much for the night, obviously a mistake as I thought. They had no signature for the too high amount, it was a clearly unauthorized charging. I wrote to the hotel by email right away but received no answer. I wrote again several times but received no answers again. Then I called the hotel by phone. The receptionist, an older gentleman, said he would look into the case and would call back, but he never did. Some days later I called again, the same receptionist just said "I cannot help you". I asked him who could help me and what I could do further to get our money back, he only repeated "I cannot help you.", again and again, like a machine. Each time I called again, the same repetition "I cannot help you." Once when I called, I had another receptionist on the phone, a young lady. She said she knew my case and she would help me, she would call back in 10 minutes, but she never did. When I called again, the older gentleman was on the phone again. I told him that the young lady promised to call back and that I would like to speak to her, he repeated only "I cannot help you". Every time I called, I asked for the manager of the Miramare of course. Again the same answer "Nobody can speak to the manager, I cannot help you." This was the spookiest experience I ever had travelling. Days later I had a young man on the phone who refused to indicate his name but listened and wrote an email to his boss while speaking with me. Also here no answer or call back. Only with pressure through my credit card company I was finally able to receive the refund which took about 3 months. No communication or excuse from Miramare at all. This was the worst and most mafiotic experience I ever had travelling.

    • Good Stuff and Bad Stuff

      Reviewed 02 October 2018

      The 3 stars I am giving this B&B is an average of a bunch of 5-rated stuff and a bunch of 1-rated stuff. First, the good stuff. Location: On the waterfront within walking distance of many of the historic, cultural, and archeological sites in Cagliari. Also within walking distance of dozens of restaurants of various ethnicities, prices and food/service quality. Staff : very pleasant and helpful with restaurant reservations, advice on how to get places, and any other arrangements you may find useful. Room Service : available 24 hrs with a range of options. You'll pay for it, but it is there if you need it. Breakfast: Excellent. Library: an eclectic collection that can amuse or educate you on a variety of subjects, some of them quite unexpected. Art: many interesting pieces in the common areas. Now, the bad stuff. Location: First, the name Mira Mare is misleading. The view from those areas that have one (our room didn't) is actually Mira Porto. If commercial seagoing vessels interest you, go for it. Next, the B&B occupies only the third floor of the building; you have to figure this out for yourself when you arrive. There is an elevator, but you can't access it on the ground floor without a key, which you get when you check in. Unless you want to schlepp your luggage up the stairs, send the fittest member of your party to the third floor, take the elevator to the ground floor (no key needed from up there), and load up. The elevator is a charming antique. Room: Ours was small to the point of being cramped; my wife and I found it hard to move around at the same time. The walls and ceiling were adorned by underwater scenes of Finding-Nemo-like smiling fish, squid, octopi, and, inexplicably, free-diving cattle. If you are younger than 8, it's probably charming. I found it irritating. Bathroom: The hot water supply is shared and small, so the shower varies randomly from whatever you set it to to cold to scalding to no water at all. Avoiding burns and hypothermia required more agility than I possess. The bathroom features a very long sink, long enough to be suitable for watering livestock. Unless you are traveling with large animals, however, this is not a plus. The sink occupies nearly the entire wall it is attached to, leaving very little counter space. The flooring is peeling off the substrate in places (the flooring in other areas needs repair as well.)

      robert t
    • very enjoyable stay

      Reviewed 28 July 2018

      maybe not to everyone's taste - say if you prefer a more bland and homogenised approach and need everything in immaculate condition - but I spent 11 nights here and no complaints. the room I had was lovely (though I got a good deal on a free upgrade and I can see how some might think the rooms are a bit overpriced) - beautiful harbour view, and (I presume) original (high!) decorative ceiling, quirky but attractive decor - plus everything (internet, A/C, shower) worked perfectly. Breakfast is pretty good (esp the cakes) and the staff are very friendly in a formal sort of way, attentive and unintrusive. The rooms facing the main road/harbour do get a lot of traffic noise, but you're 3 floors up, there's little stereotypical Italian hooting etc, and I slept fine with ear-plugs. Be aware that the lift doesn't always work, so if you arrive and this is the case use the reception intercom by the front door. Also the photos here give a more realistic impression than the hotel's website (!).


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