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All reviews rooftop pool nice hotel reception staff nice room cinque terre directly across the street train station pleasant stay three nights junior suite sea town portofino bay silence
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Reviewed 19 July 2018 via mobile

We stayed here during our group tour and loved the quick access to the beach and shopping. The room was nice but the shower was different as we had a corner shower that had an accordion style door, not a big deal but the floor got very wet since the water wasn’t contained.

Stayed: July 2018, travelled as a couple
Thank Kandice E
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Reviewed 26 June 2018

The hotel is located where a magnificent grande-dame building once stood, now replaced by this newer structure which might not meet all tastes (although if you love cuboids with cake-like decors you'll find it ravishing). The advantage of this operation was, the hotel is now more or less accessible for people with motory disabilities (that is, there's a semi-decent access ramp; the opportunity of the extensive makeover was not seized to include more, or larger, elevators, but there is one which is more or less large enough). Rooms are just about ok, a bit cramped given the price; if you fancy not using air conditioning and keeping the windows open, be aware that a neighbouring colony of seagulls can get loud at daybreak. The hotel has saving graces, though: first and foremost, the cheerful, pleasant and dog-friendly staff, at the hotel and especially at the adjoining restaurant; the compact but pretty rooftop pool (sort-of accessible for people with limited mobility by using the smaller elevator labelled "staff only", where a tiny wheelchiar might fit) offering views of the sea below and mountains at eye level - and of course the location, right on the seafront and close to whatever you may want to see in town. All things considered, a pleasant place to stay, but if you have no accessibility issues you might find better bargains.

  • Stayed: June 2018, travelled as a couple
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Thank merryhen
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Reviewed 25 May 2018

Just stayed at this hotel for business reasons. Rooms were spacious, beautiful and clean. The hotel is located across the sea and a minute from the city center. Breakfast isn't much so would go outside and find a better place.

  • Stayed: May 2018, travelled on business
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Thank Matth-t-S
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Reviewed 21 April 2018

We were expecting small rooms, but found a lovely room with plenty of space. While the bathroom had a corner shower only, it was what we would have used, and the colorful tile work was beautiful. The breakfast was very nice and staff very helpful. The shutters and door to the outside gave the opportunity to allow much fresh air. I'm very glad our tour manager informed us about the laws regarding air conditioning in Italy! The property is directly across the street from the beach, with easy access to wonderful restaurants and shopping.

  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled with friends
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Thank Mary J
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Reviewed 10 October 2017

Three and a half stars. A professional soccer (football) team stayed while I was there. Located dead center, across the street is the beach and about 3 blocks to the train station. I used this as home base to travel to Portofino and Cinque Terre in mid September. It's a 40 minute ride to Monterosso the first town in the Cinque Terre chain. The key is you'll step onto an empty train. Starting with the next stop, good luck getting a seat. The train is packed like a NYC subway during rush hour. On the return most take the local line, so you'll get a seat. Speaking of Cinque Terre, many elevators are broken at the train stations so if you are carrying heavy luggage be prepared to climb steps. The breakfast is average and the room is ok at Grande Albergo. You didn't travel here to sit in your room anyway.

  • Stayed: September 2017, travelled with family
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Thank bobpenzes
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