Croce di Malta

Address: Via Scarincio 148, Imperia, Italian Riviera, 18100, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Via Scarincio 148, Imperia.
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        • Wheelchair accessibility
        • Pets allowed

        TripAdvisor Reviews Croce di Malta Imperia

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Imperia

        Florence & Pisa then on past Genoa

        A travel blog entry by pdormer on Jul 08, 2015

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        ... the tunnels. Many homes often perched way up high on the hills & mountains. It was about a 4 hour journey till just past Genoa we drove near the San Remo area on the Italian Riviera to our hotel at the Castellaro Golf Resort. The final road was very hair raising, up & down a narrow winding road, often forcing other cars to retreat! Apart from this dangerous road for a coach, the hotel is great ~ a 4 star with a pool ...

        Monte Carlo or Bust!

        A travel blog entry by thefamilyhill on Aug 18, 2014

        6 photos

        We had breakfast on the born as per usual, Darren once again surpassing himself with French toast, blueberry pancakes, eggs, bacon and sausage - lard **** We walked around the harbour to go into tone, there were some amazing boats moored up - a couple of super yachts that were breathtaking. The crews were eh hard at work cleaning the a nd parked outside were bentleys, rolls Royces, ferraris and lambourghinis. This place really is the playground of the rich and famous ...

        A quick zip through Monte Carlo - Monaco

        A travel blog entry by goseedokids on May 26, 2014

        7 photos

        ... of Genoa, which was granted the entire coastline from Porto Venere to Monaco. After much conflict, the Grimaldis regained the rock in 1295, but suffered a significant amount of opposition in the ensuing years. In 1506 the Monegasques, under Lucien, Lord of Monaco, were under siege for some four months by the Genoan army, which had ten times the number of men. Monaco officially received full autonomy in ...

        Our pilgrimage, our Mecca

        A travel blog entry by katgoaway on Oct 11, 2013

        1 comment, 7 photos

        ... We made our way to the new shopping area on Grimaldi Street and Princess Caroline Street, but found little open. Again, a cruise ship in with thousands of people and several shop owners either took their time opening, or couldn't bother at all. I guess the economy around here is such that a few tourist dollars must not make a difference. We walked up to the old city and viewed the Prince's ...

        Monao & Monte Carlo

        A travel blog entry by michelleloftus on Jun 29, 2013

        2 comments, 7 photos

        ... and ride on the right (or wrong) side of the road! Oh, I think I also forgot to mention to peddle like crazy whilst riding through a major traffic tunnel entering Monaco.....just think of the Graham Farmer Tunnel in Perth only busier and with a roundabout before exit!!! Also managed to get my first flat tyre on foreign soil going through a road tunnel. Phew! And all before morning tea.

        We arrived in Monaco and managed to find a little cafe ...