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Family trip to hike the Cinque Terra. Riomaggiore is a quiet town but has everything you need. The hotel has a beautiful terrace overlooking the entire town and the sea. We spent nearly every evening on the terrace with a a bottle of wine watching...More
You just have to let the tap run for about five minutes before it comes though! The room was average but the view amazing. Be warned- the walk up (and back down with your case) is steeper than you could imagine. Only saw the bus...More
We just got back from Cinque Terre. Riomaggiore is a great place ... not too big or small. The private terrace at this hotel for the front rooms was great for after hiking/pre-dinner drinks.Breatkfast was included and abundant... great coffee!! Would definitely recommend this hotel.
We traveled with two young children and they had the room all ready for us. We had an amazing view of the village and the sea from our own private balcony. The rates were very reasonable and the staff was friendly. The room was clean...More
Really nice, clean hotel in Riomaggiore. Really nice breakfast, rooms with a balcony, nice ambiance and friendly staff. Note that it is at the top of the big hill in Riomaggiore, which means an amazing view but a steep walk every time you return to...More
US$150 - US$247 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hotel Villa Argentina Riomaggiore, Cinque Terre, Italy
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This hotel was like many of the others we visited during our 11 day, 16 leg tour, by train. Breakfast served from 7:30 until 10. Plenty of great pastries, wonderful breads, always prisuotto and a variety of cheeses... More
This hotel was like many of the others we visited during our 11 day, 16 leg tour, by train. Breakfast served from 7:30 until 10. Plenty of great pastries, wonderful breads, always prisuotto and a variety of cheeses, assorted preserves, juice and espresso. Even made lattes and cappuccino. Small diningroom, but quite comfortable.