Hotel 5 Terre

Address: Via IV Novembre, 21 , Monterosso, Cinque Terre, Italian Riviera, 19016, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Via IV Novembre, 21 , Monterosso, is near San Pietro, Dawn Tower (Torre Aurora), and Cantina du Sciacchetra.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel 5 Terre Monterosso

    Reviewed by missmm_2206

    Clean and close to the beach

    Reviewed Jun 14, 2015
    by (23 reviews) Wollongong , Australia Flag of Australia

    We stayed here for one night in June 2015. There are four of us in our traveling party so we had pre-booked a quad (family) room.

    We arrived mid-afternoon, and our room was ready for us. The room was fairly spacious with one queen sized bed and two singles. We had slight problem when one of the single beds suddenly broke under its occupant, but a call the reception and the staff sorted it out very quickly. We also asked for extra pillows and glasses of ice - and the staff were very helpful with these requests.

    There were a couple of issues with the room that might upset some visitors: The air conditioner was very very loud. Every 30 minutes or so it would turn itself on, crank out some deliciously cold air, then turn off for 30 minutes and the room would be very very quiet, but very hot. Also, the phone in the room didn't work, and the shower stall kept filling up with water (so you had to keep showers to a minimum in case there was water overflow!)

    But overall, this was a clean hotel room. Continental breakfast was included in the price, as well as free WiFi 24/7.

    We were told that there was parking available in front of the hotel, but this didn't turn out to be the case. There is, however, some parking down near the beach, for a small fee you can park your van/car there overnight.

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    Reviewed by faerenuff

    Comfortable base for exploring Cinque Terre

    Reviewed Jun 1, 2014
    by (11 reviews) Brisbane , Australia Flag of Australia

    The staff are very friendly and helpful, and the hotel is easy to find by car (a big plus for us). Also the free car parking is a major plus for the location.
    The rooms are pleasant and comfortable, although the mattress on the bed may be getting a little tired.
    Wifi is restricted to the ground floor and garden but this is not a major problem.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel 5 Terre Monterosso

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