EuroCheapo's guide to hotels in Montpellier
The best budget hotels in Montpellier... made simple.
The two-star Hotel Colisee-Verdun has 35 rooms located just a short walk east of Place de la Comedie in Montpellier.
Hotel des Arts is a small two-star hotel located a short walk from Place de la Comedie and Montpellier's train station.
Very Good 7.8
The Acapulco is a two-star hotel housed in an old mansion in the Jardin des Plantes neighborhood of Montpellier.
Very Good 7.5
The three-star Royal Hotel, situated in an historic building near Place de la Comedie in central Montpellier, has 46 rooms.
Very Good 8.2
The three-star New du Midi offers 44 soundproof rooms located in an historic building in central Montpellier.
Very Good 8.3
The two-star Hotel des Arceaux has 18 soundproof rooms situated in a townhouse in central Montpellier.
The Apart’Citadines Montpellier Antigone offers 125 apartments for short and extended stays in the Antigone district.
Very Good 7.9
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Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to Montpellier. Since 2001, our editors have scoured Europe for cheap sleeps, recommending the best hotels that are central, clean and affordable.
The sunny southern French town of Montpellier has been drawing tourists since the Roman times. But are those medieval city walls open to budget travelers? Oui, oui, dear Cheapos, especially if you follow our lead to the city’s most affordable hotels, many of which are located inside Montpellier’s old city.
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