Hotel Villa Adriana

Address: Via IV Novembre, 23, Monterosso, Cinque Terre, Italian Riviera, 19016, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via IV Novembre, 23, Monterosso, is near San Pietro, Dawn Tower (Torre Aurora), and Cantina du Sciacchetra.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Villa Adriana Monterosso

    Reviewed by amichka

    Simple comfort on the Cinque Terre

    Reviewed Oct 30, 2012
    by (5 reviews) Coolidge , United States Flag of United States

    The Hotel Villa Adriana was a simple, yet comfortable 3 star hotel in Monterosso. Internet access only in the lobby, but the staff was helpful and very attentive, I didnt mind the inconvenience. I had asked for a room with a view and I was placed on the third floor with a balcony and direct view of the sea. The hotel offered dinner each night for 15 euros and I was happy I decided to dine in. I was traveling alone and it really was nice not to brave the bars and restaurants by myself. The 4 course meal was as good as any 5 star restaurant. Highly recommended and a good value for the price.

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