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All reviews rooftop terrace perfect location cinque terre train station egg boiler staff on reception friendly hotel boiled eggs minute walk to the beach pretty garden family run hotel single room room was large balcony overlooking the street lovely family run well located hotel restaurants and shops
We stayed here for a week in June and had a lovely time for 7 nights. Lovely breakfast. Nice clean room. In the centre of the town, 5 minute walk to the beach. Staff were lovely and very helpful. Thanks for a great stay! Would...More
Stayed as part of a tour and think this hotel is one they should use regularly. The staff were very friendly, rooms very well set out and spacious. The hotel is located in the middle of Levanto, about a 10 min walk from the train...More
I stayed here 2 nights while hiking through Cinque, train station is about 10min away, and the area has plentiful eating places. Rooms are big and clean, bathrooms sized well also with nice showers and good pressure throughout. Elevator and informative staff all helpful. This...More
We stayed in room #308 which was lovely, a bit old fashioned in its furnishings (and a bit...blue :-)) but spacious and with a very modern (brand-new?) and large bathroom. It has a balcony with 2 chairs and a view to the street and the...More
Had a great stay in the Nazionale, such friendly staff and a bright clean room. Ideally located 5 minutes walk from the beach and 10 minutes from the station, from where it’s very easy to explore the Cinque Terre. Only thing we’d have liked is...More
It is a 15 minute walk from the levanto train station. My wife and I made the walk easily toting two suitcases weighing 40 pounds each and 2 back packs. No need for taxi. Once we got out of the train station we just... More
It is a 15 minute walk from the levanto train station. My wife and I made the walk easily toting two suitcases weighing 40 pounds each and 2 back packs. No need for taxi. Once we got out of the train station we just headed for the water. Nice little town. So no need to rush.