I have spent many years vacationing in Alassio. My aunt was from there. I thought I knew it all. Think again. This charming hotel has been discovered by many (see the reviews) so I will not be redundant and I fully subscribe the recommendations. What deserved to be reported however is the small , cosy, rare "tree covered in front of the see" terrace which serve one of the best food in town. We did not have full of half board, as many others,we were keen in exploring places and go for variation, but we ended up eating there 4 times, each of them with great satisfaction. Do not miss it!!.
As further areas of improvement, I suggest to balance better the breakfast menu between sugary and salty choices (almost none of the latter unless you pay extra for scrambled eggs). For a 3 stars, its price tag is somehow 25% higher then comparable others. What about offering the parking for free? (really precious real estate in Alassio and today charged 15 Euro x day).
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our small hotel is situated in an old English House from the 19th Century, finely renovated. The famous Irish Painter Richard West lived and painted in this house during the 1880s.Hotel Beau Rivage is next to the sea, facing the sandy beaches and is only a few minutes walk from the city centre and the railway-station. ... more less
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