We spent three nights at the Hotel Costa, with the intention of using it as a cheap base for exploring the Cinque Terre area. The hotel was one of the more affordable in the area, and was certainly a great value.
From the train station, it is probably a 20 minute walk to the hotel, and it would be worth grabbing a taxi if you had a fair amount of luggage.
The location was quiet, and there were two grocery stores within a few blocks of the hotel. Good for buying snacks, and drinks. There was a small bar/restaurant right beside the hotel, that was very reasonably priced. The area around the hotel was very local, meaning there were very little in the way of tourists in the area. A nice authentic experience.
The hotel offered free in room espresso, and the owner and his wife live on site, and the place was clean, and the area very safe.
All you could ask for in a hotel that you are using as a base to explore the area from.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The better solution for your stay in La Spezia. Room & coffee, bed & breakfast, garage auto, internet wi-fi. In a one star hotel you will find comfort and high quality services of higher class. Recently renovated. Optimal relationship quality-price and periodic favorable offerings. ... more less
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