x The average starting price for a place to stay in Cinque Terre is £29 per night.
Via Paola Olivieri 8 LevantoOutstanding 95%
ronald.steffen With its nice and clean rooms Ca'del Golfo is a comfortable place to stay as a starting point for exploring Cinque Terre. The very rich breakfast with delicious focaccia was served on the backyard terrace. The service was very friendly and Andrea was very helpful, providing tips and local infos. We also really appreciated he took the time to pick us up at the train station. We highly recommend Ca'del Golfo!
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.
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.
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.
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!!
Localita Gea 5 La Spezia, Deiva Marina,19013Great 80%
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.
zegi61 The room has a fantastic location in the middle of Vernazza. Everything is close by. The room is ideal for 2 people. It is also newly renovated. We had some problems with the service at the beginning, the man is very short tempered, but in the end it was okay and we got along fine. The path through the 5 villages is closed, so you can only walk through 2 of them (the path between Vernazza to Monterosso is open and costs about 7 Euros). There is no parking place for cars. You must leave your car in La Spezia and then travel to Vernazza by train (one way ticket costs about 2,70 Euros). I would recommend this apartment to future travelers.
nickbrowne Would highly recommend this hotel for anyone wanting to stay in the Cinque Terre. Had a fantastic time.
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
dgrayson The room was small but comfortable and conveniently located. Instead of a double bed there were two single beds pushed together, which was okay except that the one had very rickety legs. The shared bathroom had a shower curtain that was several inches too short so the bathroom floor flooded whenever anyone showered. The mini-extractor fan was not up to the task, so there was permanent mildew on the bathroom walls and the door was swollen so it made a loud scraping noise when anyone tried to open or close it. Breakfast was very nice. Overall the accommodation was okay, but overpriced for what we got (as compared with accommodation we got elsewhere in Italy).
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