Panic when I realized I'd picked a room with no AC. Stairs up to room are very steep and you'll be the one to carry them up. Room window was closed and room was hot. Oh no! Yet when I opened the window, room cooled off nicely and all was well temp wise. We were there late Sept and was even cool in room at night. Nice. However, there is no screen and to be comfortable at night, you'll need the window open. Thankfully no bugs, but bring on the noise. Sounds from the street are fine during the day and get quieter as night progresses. However, that convenient location to the train station now comes back to haunt. Trains run often all night and are not quiet. And since the window is open, ear plugs were a must. However, the town is so small, it must be hard to totally avoid train noise at any locale. No TV to speak of, but you'll probably be busy all day anyway. All in all, we were totally fine and enjoyed our stay.
Conveniently located on main street downhill from train station. Clean, comfortable and right in the heart of things. Unexpectedly great wifi. Make sure you read you booking details closely as check in is in back of a gift shop and your room will be somewhere else. Lady at check in was very nice. Otherwise, very little contact with staff. It's the Cinque Terre. It's not the 4 Seasons. No air conditioning. Acclimate your mind, and you'll be fine.