For over twenty years the Grillotti family has lived in this little piece of paradise that is the Costa Corallina, in love with its peace, scents and sea. With passion and dedication the owners Carlo and Fulvia made this place their own, by slowly in time changing the first existing structure into the impressive and comfortable Hotel Ollastu, that owes its name to the big centenarian olive tree located opposite the main entrance.
This strong initial mark is today supplemented by the work of the new generation, who contributes to the management of the family-run Hotel. Always according to the philosophical line that pursues the excellence of service in every sector, they expand the offer of services through the development of new business project, like for example the reopening of the historic restaurant La Corona, located on the island of Tavolara. The daughter Tamara and the sons Edoardo and Matteo Grillotti personally take care of the various aspects related to the reception, restaurant and administration, also contributing in the areas of web and marketing.
The strength of the Ollastu lies exactly in its family heart, the people and relationships that connect it and make it a synonym of warmth and quality of service.
Origin of the name
It’s the big olive tree that can be admired in front of the main entrance to have inspired the name of the hotel. In the Sardinian gallurese, the term ollastu indicates exactly this plant that is typical of the Mediterranean maquis. It has been growing on this ground for centuries and for over 25 years now welcomes our customers.
Among the various ways in which the Hotel like to make their guest’s stay more comfortable, the following are also available:
- Transfer from and to Olbia airport; transfer from and to Olbia harbour
- Equipped beach of the Hotel and sun bed hire
- Car rental
- Booking of boat trips and/or boat rental
- Laundry service
- Babysitting service
- Free transfers to Porto S. Paolo
- Free shuttle service to the beach
- General touristic information
- Booking of touristic inland itineraries, tours and wine tastings in wine cellars, information on the main festivals, festivities and local markets