Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Florence
The best budget hotels in Florence... inspected and approved.
The one-star Hotel Bavaria offers a little taste of Renaissance living.
Very Good 8.3
The one-star Hotel Cristina offers hotel-style rooms—at hostel-style rates—in a convenient location bretween the Uffizi and Duomo.
Very Good 7.9
The two-star Hotel Medici has a lot to boast about. Mix in 40 simple, attractive rooms and a well-positioned breakfast room, and you have one great budget hotel.
Hotel Dali is an adorable oasis of originality and quality in the heart of Florence—with great rates to boot.
Centrally-located, friendly, and funky Hostel Archi Rossi is put together at an aesthetic level rare in a hostel.
Montreal has cool where it counts, space where you want it and a fabulous location. For those looking for value and location, it is an obvious pick.
Very Good 8.2
It's a hike up to the one-star Hotel Sampaoli's 12 eclectic rooms, but the vibe is friendly—and the rates friendlier.
Very Good 8.2
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Florence is an interesting city for budget travelers. While thousands flock daily to the city’s picture-perfect streets and Renaissance sights (making it at times a bit overwhelming), the city still offers a number of small budget hotels and B&Bs that exude local flavor at surprisingly affordable rates. That's where we come in...
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