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  1. Absolutely amazing round up, and love your insight. I had no idea that it’s getting so hard to find affordable accommodations there, but it definitely makes sense since my Instagram feed is starting to be flooded with pictures from there. Insert heart eye emoji!
    Green Fashionista

  2. I love the Cinque Terre. What a gorgeous hotel. I don’t think there are too many bad hotels in the area, but that one definitely stands out. I love that it has free breakfast. That is a huge win in my book!

  3. Looks and sounds like an incredible place! Quite depressing to hear what could happen to Cinque Terre one day though – tourism always is such a double-edged sword!

  4. Yeah I’m a bit of a hotel snob, too. I don’t have any ties to the industry though, I just know what I like! And isn’t it great when you find somewhere that ticks all the boxes, and feels like a second home? It doesn’t necessarily happen very often but when it does it’s good to keep going back 🙂

  5. That looks like a fabulous place to stay – anywhere with a glass of prosecco at check in has my interest! Sad to hear about the turism damamge to the town though, I really hope something is done to keep local residents able to live there.

  6. What a great experience! Your photos look beautiful and it looks like where you stayed was the perfect escape. I love how it reflects the architecture and feel of Cinque Terre. #TheWeeklyPostcard

  7. I’ve never been in Cinque Terre, so thank you for comparing these two rooms. I’d be happy with either one, to be honest with you. Manarola looks beautiful too, although I would prefer staying in Cinque Terre for the firs time. #TheWeeklyPostcard

  8. We stayed in Rapello, it a fabulous hotel overlooking the water (name escapes me!, when we visited CT. The whole area is beyond gorgeous, but as you said tourism is making life expensive for locals. they will even pay you to come and live there and take over maintenance of the vines. Sadly like you we had a day of rain, so super impressed with your gorgeous photo Thanks for sharing on #theweeklypostcard

  9. Looks like a beautiful place to stay (even in the rain!), and you obviously love it given you keep coming back! We also stayed in Manarola on our visit to Cinque Terre in a little B&B and loved our stay there. That area is really beautiful and I am hoping we have a chance to return soon 😉

  10. How I love Manarola! I’ve been only once and stayed at a bed and breakfast and would go back in an instant. The people were friendly, the hiking amazing, and the food was fresh grown with seafood caught the same morning. We took the train to the other cities, but they were larger and more commercial. We were glad to come back “home” to Manarola. I agree with everything you’ve written!

  11. Wow, this looks amazing! I love a free breakfast and the views are stunning. I also love the decor of the rooms. Will keep it in mind when I finally make it to Cinque Terre. Thanks for sharing on #TheWeeklyPostcard

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