Liguria, Cinque Terre and the Italian Riviera Hotels
- 21Hotel Class:1 review
We really enjoyed our stay here. Unparalleled views from your private balcony. Nice rooms with AC for hot months. Bit of a walk down to the beach but not bad.Popular with
- 221 review
Comfortable, spacious quarters for a very reasonable price. Our room was attractive and clean, with a private bathroom, with a fantastic ocean view and balcony. The owners (who live downstairs) are warm and accommodating and make you feel right at home. Prepare yourself for a steep uphill hike to get there (Manarola is in an auto-free zone), but you can ...
- 231 review
My 34€ view from my dormitory room. 20€ taxi from train. Walk? Forgetaboutit ! But, excellent city bus service 1.50€ However, must abide by hostel rules. Clean!Popular with
- 24Hotel Class:1 review
Nice hotel. Clean bed and room. Situated within town centre; walking distance to shopping street and piazza. Nice little pantry for guests to refill water and coffee esp during hot summer weather. Finger food like croissant is also served :) Just that the entry to hotel is hidden; may take at least a miss turn to detect the entrance. Similarly, ...
- 251 review
Stayed here for a week on the third floor, no elevator. Nice place, a bit pricey.Popular with
- 261 review
- 27Hotel Class:1 review
As college backpackers at the time, we loved Hotel Punta Mesco because it offers hotel services for nearly backpacker prices. On our trip to Cinque Terre, we did not find a lot of lodging options for the area and Punto Mesco not only was easy to find on the web, but it was quite easy to book online as well. ...
- 281 review
I showed up that day and walked in and got a room. And considering the last minute arrangements, it was pretty cheap, had a nice balcony in an awesome town. I can't remember how much it was but for two nights I think it was like 160 euros (in October)
- 301 review
Had a great time in Riomaggorie, the views are unbelievable. We stayed in a triple room which was fairly comfortable, one single bed and one double. Only downside was that you had to walk through the single room to get to the bathroom. The host was very friendly and knowledgeable about the area. The price was decent for that part ...
- 311 review
Cozy, clean rooms with modern amenities. The Ca D'Andrean is a small, family owned hotel (literally means the "House of Andrea") that is a comfortable place to lay your head after a day of hiking around Cinque Terre. Each night, I'd fall asleep to the soothing sound of the watermill and the scent of surrounding you.Popular with