Featured hotels in Cinque Terre

  • £74

    Average price per night

    Hotel Villa Gentile, Levanto
    9.2 Superb 369 reviews
    Description Situated in Levanto, Hotel Villa Gentile offers a garden. This 1-star hotel offers a tour desk and free WiFi. Guest rooms in the hotel are equipped with a TV.
    Review

    "É uma Villa muito familiar e acolhedora. Bem decorada, muito espaçosa, quarto agradável, numa rua bastante movimentada e perto do centro. Próximo da praia, da estação de comboio, de lojas e restaurantes...."

    Filipa. Portugal
  • £90

    Average price per night

    Hotel Marina, Monterosso al Mare

    Hotel Marina

    Monterosso al Mare

    9.0 Superb 362 reviews
    Description Located just a few steps from the beach, Hotel Marina offers accommodation in Monterosso al Mare, in the Cinque Terre National Park.
    Review

    "The staff were extremely friendly, they offered great things such as a beach bag , a souvenir from Monterosso, pesto tasting , and much more. The room exceeded our expectation and so did its location"

    Fadi. Lebanon
  • £118

    Average price per night

    Hotel Marina Piccola, Manarola
    9.1 Superb 409 reviews
    Description A 2-minute walk from Manarola’s rocky beaches, Hotel Marina Piccola features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi access. It is characterised by the stone walls contrasting with the modern...
    Review

    "The room and the bed is very comfort. Clean. The location is in front of Marina. Very good llcation"

    Keni my love. Indonesia
  • £143

    Average price per night

    Ca' D'Andrean, Manarola
    9.2 Superb 407 reviews
    Description Set in the popular Cinque Terre Park, 400 metres from the coastline, Ca' D'Andrean is in central Manarola. It offers free Wi-Fi throughout, a garden with tables and chairs, and a bar.
    Review

    "Modern and clean. Friendly family run business. Excellent location."

    Riana Saaiman. South Africa
  • £89

    Average price per night

    Piccolo Hotel, Moneglia
    9.0 Superb 294 reviews
    Description Offering an indoor pool and a sun terrace with free hot tub, family-run Hotel Piccolo is 20 metres from the seaside in Moneglia.
    Review

    "Great location friendly staff comfortable clean rooms"

    Rosano. Australia
  • £110

    Average price per night

    Locanda Il Maestrale, Monterosso al Mare

    Locanda Il Maestrale

    Monterosso al Mare

    9.3 Superb 279 reviews
    Description With a pretty garden with flowers and sun loungers, Locanda Il Maestrale overlooks Monterosso al Mare's historic centre. Set in an 18th-century building, it is 500 metres from Monterosso Train...
    Review

    "Incredible terrace overlooking the town. Centrally located a short walk to the beach and to the trails. Our hosts were welcoming, helpful and accommodating. They took care of every detail. Our rooms..."

    Currie. Canada
  • £99

    Average price per night

    Hotel Il Saraceno, Volastra
    9.3 Superb 412 reviews
    Description Hotel Il Saraceno is located in the small village of Volastra, in the Cinque Terre National Park. It offers a rooftop terrace and rooms with free Wi-Fi access.
    Review

    "Its a perfect location when touring Cinque Terre. The host is very accommodating and the place is spot clean. We got everything we need."

    JLynn CPH. Denmark
  • £90

    Average price per night

    Hotel Bagni Arcobaleno, Deiva Marina
    9.4 Superb 298 reviews
    Description Hotel Bagni Arcobaleno is located directly on the beach in Deiva Marina. It offers free sunbeds and parasols, a sun terrace, and free internet connection.
    Review

    "The hosts were very keen to make sure we enjoyed our stay. We could not fault the service always delivered with genuine friendliness. The location was the best position in Deiva Marina , just a short..."

    Janet. Australia
  • £91

    Average price per night

    Stella Della Marina, Monterosso al Mare

    Stella Della Marina

    Monterosso al Mare

    9.6 Exceptional 245 reviews
    Description Hotel Stella Della Marina Hotel is in the centre of Monterosso, part of the famous Cinque Terre Regional Park on the Ligurian coast.
    Review

    "The owner of the property was absolutely lovely and accomodating, took my bags up when I first arrived, gave me some options on what to do and met me at my room at check out to help with my bags. The breakfast was a small selection of sweets and bread but there were also boiled eggs, fresh fruit and yoghurts (not a lot of places have and savoury option) he also made whatever coffee we wanted which is the nicest coffee I've had at a breakfast (was barista made not a machine) and we had a nice view of the ocean on the terrace The beds were very comfortable and the room was cosy Only a short 5 minute walk to the other side of town and station. Loved it!"

    Dana. Australia
  • £209

    Average price per night

    Park Hotel Argento, Levanto
    9.4 Superb 430 reviews
    Description Offering a free wellness centre, and a panoramic terrace with large, outdoor hydromassage pool, Park Hotel Argento is 800 metres from Levanto Train Station.
    Review

    "Great location and great staff. Clean and big rooms, great view, the food in their restaurant is amazing. I eat gluten free and they made my food accordingly. The shuttle service is so convenient and..."

    Rukhsana. Canada

Cinque Terre highlights

Monterosso al Mare
Monterosso’s spirited historical centre overflows with restaurants and cafés. Take a walk along the sea promenade with some Italian Gelato ice-cream.
Wine after hiking in Riomaggiore
Known for wines right out of its own vineyards, this picturesque village is perched high above the Ligurian Sea. The scenic Sentiero Azzurro hiking trail also begins here.
The colourful sun-soaked village of Vernazza
This charming hamlet invites you to stroll around its centre and sun tan on its modest beach. The fortress is a unique lookout point for panoramic views of coastal storms.
Corniglia and its hidden gem
Set atop a 100-metre-high promontory, Corniglia offers breathtaking views of the Cinque Terre National Park. Navigate the steep path to reach the hidden gem of Gùvano Beach.
Manarola's fresh catch
The market buzzes with life at the port off Manarola Street, with friendly chatter and haggling. Fishmongers peddle a variety of seafood, freshly caught by local fishermen.
Hiking in the vineyards of Cinque Terre National Park
This UNESCO-listed site celebrates harmonious teamwork between nature and humans in preserving a beautiful cultural landscape. The terraced vineyards make scenic hiking trails.
Diving adventures in the Cinque Terre Marine Protected Area
Home to an amazing variety of marine flora and fauna. Day and night diving tours mean beginners and experts can have an underwater adventure.
Denominazione di Origine Controllata (DOC) wines
The term denotes the highest classification for Italian wines. From Limoncino liqueur to sweet Sciacchetrà, the real taste of Cinque Terre flows through her DOC wines.
Five holy sites of Via dei Santuari
Dedicated to the Virgin Mary, the sanctuaries offer breathtaking sea views. Set on the hills of each Cinque Terre village, they're accessible by bike, horseriding or on foot.

Cliff-Hugging Beauty

One of Liguria’s most beautiful areas, the Cinque Terre are 5 UNESCO World Heritage-listed villages dramatically positioned on the Mediterranean coastline.

Each has a train station, but the most exhilarating way to visit the Cinque Terre is on foot. It’s not easy at times, but is definitely rewarding. The route starts (or finishes) at Riomaggiore, the southern-most village, home to a range of accommodation including a few Cinque Terre hotels on the beach.

The easy road between here and Manarola is called the Via dell’Amore, or Lovers’ Lane. Colourful Manarola houses hug the rocky cliffs overlooking the turquoise water below. The next village along is Corniglia, the only one not by the beach, but which offers panoramic views from its hilltop position.

Next is Vernazza, arguably the most picturesque of the 5, spread over a narrow promontory jutting into the sea and with a castle tower at its tip. Still very much a fishing village, it is centred around its small harbour and beach.

The longest beach is at Monterosso al Mare, the last town on the trail. Due to its location and easy access, it is home to what are possibly the best Cinque Terre hotels for families on Booking.com. However, whichever village you choose to stay in, you can expect wonderful views and fantastic food.