Located on the Italian Riviera, the small village of Corniglia is one of five villages
that make up the Cinque Terre region of Italy. The town is known for its historical
churches, vineyards, and hiking
trails. Lodging in Corniglia consists of small hotels,
bed and breakfasts, youth hostels, and rooms in private
residences. There aren't nearly enough rooms in the town
to accommodate all of the visitors the Cinque Terre gets
in the summer, so it"s best to book your accommodations
in Corniglia months in advance if at all possible.
Dai Fera Hotel
Corniglia hotels aren"t fancy or loaded with modern amenities. In fact, it's rare to find accommodations in Corniglia with air conditioning. Although Corniglia hotels are lacking in amenities, they more than make up for it with their charm. The Dai Fera hotel, for instance, is a small family-owned hotel right on the ocean. The modern accommodations in Corniglia are outfitted with brand new furniture, such as new bunk beds, beds, tables, and chairs. The simplicity of the rooms and sparseness of extra amenities give the feeling of a youth hostel, with the privacy of a hotel.
Il Girasole hotel
The accommodations at the Il Girasole hotel in Corniglia are similar to the ones at Dai Fera, except the hotel is located near the town's main square where many shops and cafes are located. The simple, yet modern, hotel is decorated in a palette of blue and white. It offers small rooms with a private bathroom for singles or doubles, as well as larger rooms that can accommodate a family. The couple who manages the hotel in Corniglia speak several different languages and are usually available to help you decide on things to do during your visit such as shopping or hiking the Cinque Terre.
Il Gatto Bed and Breakfast
Il Gatto Bed and Breakfast
If you have a large family or you're travelling with a large group of people, there are several options for Corniglia hotels. Located right on the coast, the Il Gatto Bed and Breakfast rents a private apartment consisting of two bedrooms, a bathroom, kitchen, and a living room. The unit is equipped with cooking utensils so you can try some of the cooking techniques you"ve learned while on vacation in Italy. The best part about the hotel in Corniglia is the view of the nearby harbor.
If you’re having trouble finding places to stay
in Corniglia, the neighboring villages of Monterosso, Vernazza, Manarola,
and Riomaggiore also have
small hotels and bed and breakfasts. When you find your
lodging in Corniglia, make sure to eat a meal at the hotel’s
restaurant or deli. Cinque
Terre hotels are famous for providing their guests
with fresh home cooked meals.