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Great hostel. Staff very friendly and helpful.
This was a great hostel. Staying a little way out of the 5 villages was not an issue for me as they offer a free shuttle service is you stay 3 or more nights. The only thing is you need to book into the shuttles quite early the night before to make sure you get the one you want. The rooms and bathrooms are really clean and the full sized lockers that fit your whole bag in the room is handy. The food is also great. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, all made fresh. Would definitely recommend it!
Although out in another town in the mountains, this hostel is really good for exploring cinque Terre. The hostel shuttle buses and public bus stop right out the front and take you right into the first village. The staff were fantastic, giving advice on where to go and helping us book train tickets and breakfast was really good! Would stay here again
From the website to the door I was extremely pleased with the service at Ostello. The staff, specifically Andrea, was very helpful, kind, and overall wonderful! They went above and beyond to help me! it was cost efficient, clean, and was close to awesome views and restaurants. The shuttle bus was extra helpful and I am one happy travelist thanks to them and their staff :)
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 31-40
- (1 review)
We only stayed here a night but have to say staff were very friendly and helpful. Since we were short on time they told us the best things to do and see in Cinque Terre. The hostel its self is not actually in the small towns on the coast but the hostel runs shuttle bus services for a euro each way in the morning and evening, or there are local buses that take you down to La Spezia where you cann get a train. (this train can be used with an interail pass).
Loved this hostel. Beautiful location, easy shuttle into nearby town and staff are amazing! Had a great time here, definitely recommend.
It's a great hostel, bit out of the way but can make up for it with public bases and shuttles for your convenience, it's clean and the staff are very friendly and willing to help with anything you ask of them. The food was amazing and very cheap for what you get, I had both breakfast and dinner.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
Great view from the hostel, they have shuttle service, there are some restaurants around and there's a place to sit down and enjoy the view.
This was a good cheap hostel in a very expensive area. You are just outside riommagorie, and can get a shuttle bus from the hostel in the mornings and evenings to and from this town. It is a good service, but make sure you book it the night before, because the bus fills up fast. It's much more relaxed than the hostel sounds on the website, so don't worry about that, ( I did). They have a nice restaurant in the hostel with a cool view over the town, however it's quite expensive for hostel food.
Great place to stay! The shuttle bus is so easy to get to the Cinque Terre and there's also a good public bus. Hostel itself is clean with a good atmosphere
Had a solid stay at a solid hostel, especially for Cinque Terre, which provides limited options. Staff were pleasant and helpful. Really enjoyed the restaurant. The chef was super nice and the meals tasty. Good place to meet other travelers as well.
The food was SO GOOD and inexpensive. Loved it. The beds were comfy, staff were kind and shuttles were good. Cheapest accommodations we could find in the Cinque Terre area.
The hostel is a 10 minute ride in the shuttle bus which they provide as long as you get in early otherwise you have to pay for public bus. Breakfast was good for price, room is basic no a/c or fan and it's very noisy. I wouldn't say it was the cleanest place but it's ok. Wifi is pretty much non existent. Only works if your at reception.
Really great value! The shuttle down to Riomaggiore was really convenient, just make sure you book early in the evening to get the times you want. The hostel itself was really clean and tidy. The shared bathrooms were fine, except they could have used a few more showers. Heads up it can be pretty noisy at night (people talking/church bells at all hours). Otherwise a great hostel in a really nice little town!
Location wasn't ideal but the shuttle was fantastic and made up for it. Showers small but there's lots of them. Internet only worked in the common areas for me. Breakfast and dinner at the hostel aren't included but theyre an amazing value for the price. Overall a great place to stay!!
The location was rally cool (biassa). It's a small village in the mountains. The only inconvenient was that there were almost no bus going there. The hostel offered a shuttle service in the morning and at night but it you wanted to come back earlier it was a bit complicated. The Wi-Fi didn't work at all in our room.
Ostello was the best deal in the Cinque Terre! I definitely utilized their shuttle service which is awesome. The staff was really great too with recommendations and kept me updated when an extra bed opened up for me to stay one more night! I was so sad to leave, but it just means I have to go back!
The shuttle was very helpful. I wish I was able to stay in the towns longer but the distance is worth the cheaper price. The location of the hostel is BEAUTIFUL. I had a really good experience here
Awkward location - a bus ride from La Spezia and another bus ride from the first villages of Cinque Terre. Don't remember any staff members being particularly friendly, but the food served at the kitchen (though not cheap), was very authentic and delicious! I would consider actually staying in one of the five villages next time I visit Cinque Terre
Very nice hostel. A bit out of the way for what we were looking for, but the staff does a nice job of supplementing public bus routes with shuttles into Riomaggiore (the first village in cinque terre, where trains run between towns consistently). Beds were adequate, facilities clean, and staff friendly. The cook was GREAT and took pride in what he did, so if you're looking for a relatively cheap dinner (and open late) you could do a lot worse than eating at the hostel!