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Apartment was roomy, clean and has beautiful views of the colorful cliff houses from our window and terrace. Owner was nice n accomodating. I wouldnt mind going back. Its a very relaxing place! Value for $
The apartments are located in a original town building but have been totally fitted out. The view from our room overlooked the surrounding vineyards, town and the ocean.
The bed was excellent.
Payment is in cash only and there is only 1 ATM in Manarola.
We stayed here for one night in May, in the top floor suite. It has a great view of the town plus some ocean. The hill slope was decorated with lit-up Christian figures at night and was extra beautiful. Very nice kitchen too.
If you visit Italy, Cinque Terre is a must. we stayed two nights in Manarola (very quiet & relaxing). Be prepared to walk up the hill if you are staying in Giovanni rooms, the view is worth it and I chose to be at the...More
This was a nice hotel with a really good view of the small town Manarola.
It was a basic room with a basic bathroom, everything was very clean and the staff that helped us was nice. Nothing to complain about.
US$121 - US$197 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Hi, I want to know if there is any resturant open on Christmas eve. My friend and I plan to go to Cinque Terre on 12/24. We may have to change our plan if no restaurant open on that day though I really want to spend that day in such a beautiful place.
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there are a number of good restaurants in the area - I would be very surprised if most of them are not open on Christmas eve. I would heed the above advice and call to check. Between the 5 towns (minutes apart by train... More
there are a number of good restaurants in the area - I would be very surprised if most of them are not open on Christmas eve. I would heed the above advice and call to check. Between the 5 towns (minutes apart by train) there are apt to be many to choose from.