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Since 2001, EuroCheapo has been dedicated to tracking down and recommending the best budget hotels in Europe's most popular cities.

Our editors hunt down and inspect hotels that are affordable, centrally located, and impeccably run. If they have an extra dash of personality, all the better. Read more about our story.

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Two of Germany’s biggest long-distance bus operators, FliXBus and MeinFernBus, recently announced that they are merging. So how will this affect consumers? Since the 2013 liberalization of a l … read | comments (1)

For American tourists heading to Eurozone countries, the news just keeps getting better. When I wrote this piece celebrating the strong dollar back in January, the euro had stumbled to $1.17 for one d … read | comments (5)

The Generator group, a trendy budget hotel and hostel chain that operates locations from London to Berlin, has recently made news with the opening of its giant, 920-bed hotel. Coinciding with a falli … read

The monumental and mysterious stones of Stonehenge are a quintessential symbol of Britain, as much as the red telephone box or double-decker bus. A record 1.3 million visitors visited Stonehenge last … read

Heading from the Paris region to the south of France this summer? Now’s the time to snag the cheapest train tickets of the season, as Ouigo, France’s low-cost high-speed train, released 10 … read | comments (1)

Today's hotel picks

Editor's Pick
Cluny Sorbonne, Paris

EuroCheapo Review: Located across the street from the Université de la Sorbonne in the Latin Quarter, the Hotel Cluny Sorbonne possesses a quaint charm, prime location and renovated rooms.... read review

Doubles from

$75

Editor's Pick
Chelsea Star Hotel, New York

EuroCheapo Review: The Chelsea Star is an interesting beast, with hostel dormitories, cheap artist-shaped rooms with shared-facilities and deluxe rooms with massive amounts of space.... read review

7.5 Guest Rating

Doubles from

$79

Editor's Pick
Bonobo Apart Hotel, Bruges

EuroCheapo Review: Tucked behind St. Salvator’s Church, about five blocks west of Markt Square, the Bonobo Apart Hotel provides 10 non-smoking apartment-style suites at surprisingly reasonable rates.... read review

9.5 Guest Rating

Doubles from

$77

Editor's Pick
Queen Anne, San Francisco

EuroCheapo Review: This splurge-worthy three-star Queen Anne Hotel may be over the top for some, but if you’re looking for a frilly and luxurious taste of history, it’s just the place for you.... read review

8.3 Guest Rating

Doubles from

$112

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