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Reviewed 30 December 2013

In the Spring of 2012, we discovered Monterosso Al Mare on a day trip from La Spezia, and came back to spend a week in the "old" part of the town. The setting and the price attracted us to Albergo Marina, and breakfast was filled with a good selection and made to order omelets from their chef. Our room was a good size and very clean, and with A/C. You are also never very far from great restaurants, wine bars, gellaterias, and gift shops; and the BEACH!

Room Tip: The upper floors are quieter, although it is not a noisy hotel.
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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4  Thank Dan F
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Reviewed 2 December 2013

Stayed at the Albergo marina for 13 nights, first 2 weeks of September. What a gem of a place. Nothing fancy, but very clean and comfortable. Flat screen TV, safe large enough for your iPad or E-reader. Also air conditioning which you needed even in September! We had a room with a balcony on the third floor which we loved as we were able to see and hear the daily bustle of small town life. I actually had conversations with local people that were outside on their balconies across from ours. Very quaint. Breakfasts were amazing, and the buffet at 2pm was something we looked forward to every day. Pasta with 3 different types of sauce, salad, sometimes calamari or roast meat with veggies and fresh fruit. Plenty to see you through until dinner time. This was a true gift and saves time and money looking for a restaurant to eat at lunch time.
Eraldo and Marina (owners) are the nicest people you could meet. We felt at home and they are so accommodating and act promptly if you have any issues. Enquire about Eraldo’s new eatery that he has opened just down the street from the hotel. A cute little place where he makes up plates of various cold meats served with a wide variety of cheeses and grilled veggies. Great if you don’t feel like a large dinner and long waits at a restaurant. You have to either reserve a table or get there early as seating is limited outside. Also try Pizzeria Da Ely, wonderful service and the best meals we had. Try the baked branzino (sea bass) with potatoes and olives. Al Carugio also good and reasonable.
Monterosso is such a great place to stay as a base. Travel by train is fast and easy whether you go east or west coast. The town is wonderful. A true fishing village atmosphere. The beach is great, water clean and sandy bottom. But contrary to what I had read many times, it’s not really a sand beach. Rather very small pebbles mixed with very grainy sand. But that was not an issue. I think there may be another area in the new town where you may have a small beach area with only sand. We liked where we were in the old town. Comfortable lounge chairs, clean restrooms, a restaurant with a gorgeous view and just a stunning 5 min walk from the hotel.
Take the time to wander and discover all the small streets and alleys. Surprises at every corner. The town is not large but has a lot to offer. Take the little city bus and do your own tour. Walk up to the cemetery for a fantastic view as well there is a beautiful church with paintings from the 16th century.
We will go back but stay even longer next time.

Room Tip: Request a room on the higher floors with a balcony.
  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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8  Thank elisa08Canada
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Reviewed 30 November 2013

We have been to Italy several times, but had never driven from Rome up the coast to the Cinque Terre. We planned this as a side trip before driving to Tuscany for two weeks last September. We were not familiar with the 5 towns, and began making inquiries about reservations. The only resort that would make a one night booking was Albergo Marina in Monterosso al Mare. It was recently remodeled after the mud slides of 2011. The parking in Monterosso is very challenging, as you cannot drive in the historical area. But once you park and arrange for your bags to be transported to the hotel, you are in a quaint, seaside village. The hotel is on a quiet street within walking distance of everything.
We walked to the beach and enjoyed a delicious dinner al fresco at Ristorante “Il Casello”, looking at the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. The train connecting the 5 Cinque Terre towns ran through a tunnel just above us. For a minute or two it was a little noisy, but only added to the uniqueness of the area.
Unfortunately the Hotel’s rooftop lemon garden was closed for the season, but you could walk out there and see the amazing views. Breakfast was served in their small restaurant and was a pure delight. A server was at a station making custom ordered omelets to your liking. This was included with the nights stay.
To truly do the Cinque Terre justice you should stay for several days and walk the connecting trails or take the train and see the other towns. But just walking along the shore of the Mediterranean even for one day is certainly a lasting memory.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled with family
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3  Thank 2GeorgiaBrowns
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Reviewed 20 November 2013

Loved the location!

The owners, the young adults at the desk and the cook were all very personable.

The breakfasts were awesome and so were the afternoon lunches.

We also visited Rome, Florence and Venice - Cinque Terre by far was our favorite - no-one harassed us 24/7 to buy things (roses, paintings, helicopter toys, etc.) no beggars holding pics of their kids asking for $$ and NO gypsies ripping us off.

Cinque Terre was our favorite place in Italy.

We hope to visit Cinque Terre again and when we do we will definitely stay at the Albergo Marina!

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank h0ckeylaxandcheerm0m
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Reviewed 13 November 2013

Well, let's call it 3 1/2 stars. I had read so many positive reviews about how helpful and friendly the hotel people were that perhaps my expectations were too high. Note: This is not a complaint. The accommodations were fine, the food was good, the staff friendly enough. However, my wife and I didn't see much of the owners. The young man who was behind the desk when we arrived didn't tell us anything about what the hotel offered or provide much by way of area information. We even had to ask for a map. The only person who expressed any interest in us was the man who prepared our breakfast omelet. I do want to reiterate that we had a perfectly pleasant stay, but just not as positive as reviews would have led us to expect.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank unicorn3
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