There are no 5-star hotels in the Cinque Terre
. What you will find are small, family owned places that are full of charm and character. There are a few hotels, but most of the accommodation is rented rooms and independent apartments. This guide will help you find the perfect place to stay in one of the Cinque Terre towns.
Bed and Breakfast
You will be right in the middle of everything at this simple townhouse in the heart of Riomaggiore. Colorful art and bed linens create a warm and inviting atmosphere. the Italian/American owner of Il Boma, Maddy, makes sure you have everything you need to have a great time exploring the Cinque Terre. There are in room coffee makers and a basket of fresh breakfast pastries and yogurt delivered to your door in the morning.
Giovanni Rooms Manarola, Riomaggiore
Boutique Hotel, Independent Hotel
There are four rooms in this guesthouse in the middle of the village of Manarola, which is right in the town’s main piazza. Owned and managed by Giovanni the Giovanni Rooms have terrific views over the village and the sea or up towards the terraced green hills. There are design elements like exposed rock walls and LED lights embedded in the brand new modern bathrooms.
Porto Roca Hotel
This cliffside hotel is the most luxurious in the Cinque Terre. The Porto Roco Hotel has an outdoor pool and a restaurant on site that has views over the Fegina beach below. Most of the guest rooms have balconies and sea views and there are a few suites. Hotel guests have access to a private beach club
Rooms Elisabetta Carro, Vernazza
Bed and Breakfast
There are amazing views and plenty of sun loungers on the shared terrace at Elizabeth Caro Rooms in Vernazza. The three private rooms are straightforward and homey. There are a few flights of stairs to climb to reach the building. Elisabetta and her husband are available to help you find the best hiking trails, beaches and place to eat.