x The average starting price for a place to stay in Cinque Terre is £25 per night.
chenchenpamperu My stay in ospitalia del mare was very good. The receptionist was very nice and helpful. The place is very near and clean. Cant complain at all except there is no kitchen. But everything is good.
missyt Fantastic hostel in Corniglia, the middle of the 3 towns. The hostel was right in the town, so no need to drag luggage up hundreds of stairs. Beautiful restaurants nearby, and pizza and sandwich bars. A lovely quiet town with great swimming. The staff were friendly and the place was super clean. The only downside was that breakfast (EU3) wasn´t great, but I would definately go back again. I was so sad to leave!!
mcleod.kat Ostello Tramonti is beautiful and in a quaint little town. The breakfast was very tasty and at a great value. The hostel was not very full, so the two of us had a room to ourselves. Only concern is - it is NOT "aside the breathtaking coast of the Five Lands (Cinque Terre)." It's a haul by bus and tricky by car. It was still worth it for us - but be sure to note that it is not in Cinque Terre.
marshallg The room was very small but neat and clean and very close to the beach. However it was above the kitchen of a seafood restaurant and therefore was very hot and always stank of fish.
jan2011 The apartament is very well situated. Should be good to have a microwave or something similar.The shower curtain is too litlle so there's water everywhere when you take a shower, and I missed a towell holder. But in general, it has been ok.
Localita Gea 5 La Spezia, Deiva Marina,19013Great 81%
rwarehampo The staff was competent and courteous, the grounds were neat and well maintained, and the tents were adequate for our needs. Overall, a great stay!
delaz I'm sure everyone finds the hill difficult to walk with a heavy suitcase or backpack, but other than that the facility is great. Everyone nice and helpful -- appreciated the help printing travel documents I needed. Nice to have meal option. REALLY appreciate the free WiFI. Everything was clean.
bginty We got upgraded to a suite kind of deal when we got there, because someone had come a night early and taken our spots. It was really good--we had our own kitchen and bathroom and living room. We were at one of the better locations I believe, not too far up the hill. The owner was very nice and helpful, but you'll have to call when you reach the office because usually no one is there. We also had to call him and ask about the stove (which you have to light). Overall good experience and great value, but it might've been unusual because we got lucky.
dspive1 It's a hostel. Great view, but as lots of the reviews say they don't have WiFi as they advertise. One bathroom split among 20 guests makes for lots of waiting. and no place to lock up bags
nicknkelly We stayed at Cinque Terre Holidays over a long weekend, so naturally paid more - but substantially more! Our room was the size of a shoe box, and our private ensuite consisted of a cupboard like toilet and shower. The shower didnt work because the room was too high up so water pressure was non-existant and the toilet got blocked on a number of occasions. The fridge also made a large humming noise in the night. Saying that the owner acknowledged the problem, but there wasnt much that could be done because everything was booked over the weekend. We received a small discount off our room. My advice would be to book ahead and shop around!
brodie-lee The room was nice, comfy bed and very clean. Nice hot showers but for some reason only one of the two bathrooms was available for use - this made getting ready for the day a little difficult when sharing between 3 rooms. The description included free wifi, heating and nice views - all of which we had paid for but could not access. Probably one of the cheapest options in Cinque Terre for budget travelers but not really worth €55+.
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