Cheap Hotels in Perugia
S. Ercolano is a small hotel located opposite the Pincetto stop of Perugia's mini metro, and a 5-minute walk from the mediaeval historic centre. Free parking is available nearby. The S. Ercolano is a converted 17th-century building with views of the Umbrian hills and Assisi in the distance. All rooms of have a private bathroom with bath/shower and hairdryer. S. Ercolano is just 5 minutes' walk from Palazzo dei Priori and just steps away from the 14th-century church it was named after. Perugia Fontivegge Train Station is reachable in 10 minutes by mini metro.
Hotel Giusy is located in Perugia, 800 metres from Renato Curi football stadium. This classic-style property offers free on-site parking and is next to the bus stop with links to the city centre. Rooms feature parquet floors, a flat-screen TV and desk. The private bathroom comes with a spa bath or shower and free bathrobe. A sweet breakfast is served daily at the on-site bar. Hotel Giusy is 5 km from Perugia centre. Lake Trasimeno is less than a 15-minute drive away.
Set 4 km from Perugia, Locanda Stella features free WiFi access and free private parking. The bed and breakfast has a terrace and views of the garden, and guests can enjoy a meal at the restaurant or a drink at the bar. A terrace or balcony are featured in certain rooms. There is a shared lounge at the property. San Bevignate Church is 2 km from Locanda Stella. The nearest airport is Perugia San Francesco d'Assisi Airport, 7 km away.
Featuring a garden with children’s playground and free Wi-Fi throughout, FREETIME offers self-catering apartments a 12-minute drive from Perugia city centre. Public transport linking to Perugia can be found 300 metres away. With a balcony and parquet floors, apartments have a fully equipped kitchenette with oven and refrigerator. The private bathroom comes with a shower, hairdryer and bidet. The property is a 10-minute walk from Città della Domenica Park. Assisi is a 30-minute drive from FREETIME, while Gubbio is 50 km away. Castiglione del Lago is a 35-minute drive from the property.
Near Citta della Domenica
Near Church of Santa Giuliana
Near Basilica San Pietro
Set upon a hill overlooking the green valley between Assisi and Perugia, Castello Di Monterone takes its name from the area where it stands. It offers an à la carte restaurant with a panoramic terrace. The first reference to the castle was discovered in Perugia’s historic archives in a document dating back to the 13th-century. This historic establishment is now a comfortable hotel. Escape the city hustle and bustle and enjoy a tranquil and relaxing environment both inside and outside the castle walls. At Castello Di Monterone you can enjoy peace and quiet in the cosy library, or socialize in front of the fireplace in one of 2 lounges. The hotel’s spa includes a sauna, Turkish bath and a swimming pool with hydromassage corner. In the evenings, relax under the stars and enjoy the city lights of Perugia’s ancient skyline.
Montecorneo Country House Hotel
general: The hotel is owned by the seventeenth century. This small, friendly family-run hotel offers a friendly staff who will strive to make your stay enjoyable by providing information and advice.
Hotel Priori Perugia
Set in a prime location of Perugia, Hotel Priori puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. The hotel offers guests a range of services and amenities designed to provide comfort and convenience. Luggage storage, meeting facilities, family room, concierge, elevator are just some of the facilities on offer. Designed for comfort, selected guestrooms offer heating, wake-up service, desk, mini bar, telephone to ensure a restful night. The hotel offers various recreational opportunities. Friendly staff, great facilities and close proximity to all that Perugia has to offer are three great reasons you should stay at Hotel Priori.
Hotels in Perugia
The capital of Umbria , Perugia is a picturesque and historic city which stands on a hill overlooking a patchwork quilt of farmland below. You'll sense the city's rich history as you navigate its winding cobbled streets and arched stairways. But there's much more than its history to explore: a bustling university city, there is plenty of nightlife for pleasure seekers, and charming cafés and restaurants for those who'd rather sit and watch the world go by.
We have a wide range of hotels in and around Perugia, from large well-known chains with swimming pools and all the amenities you could need, to charming boutique hotels in the historic centre. No matter your taste or your budget, Perugia hotels are available and waiting for you.
Explore Perugia on foot
The best way to get around Perugia is on foot. The good news is that a series of escalators can take you up into the old town via the Rocca Paolina, a medieval citadel.
Visit the Porta Marzia - an Etruscan city gate built in 300BC; the Fontana Maggiore, a medieval fountain made in the 13th century as part of Perugia's independence celebrations; the Cathedral of San Lorenzo and the Palazzo dei Priori (Town Hall) built in Italian Gothic style. The list goes on and on. Everywhere you turn in this city's narrow cobbled streets are beautiful examples of ancient architecture. After a long day of exploring, stand outside the cathedral to watch the sunset over the Umbrian countryside below.
Once you've had your fix of history, get some culture at the Galleria Nazionale dell'Umbria which houses a collection of paintings from the 13th to the 19th century, featuring artists such as Perugino and Benozzo Gozzoli, while the San Pietro Church and Abbey is filled with fine art including a must-see Caravaggio.
Music in Perugia
As the base for the Umbrian Jazz festival which takes place in July every year, Perugia is a hub for music-lovers. Over the year, the festival has attracted pretty much every famous jazz player in the world, and the city takes on a very special atmosphere during the festival with people flooding into the historic centre of the city for concerts in this unique setting. Music Fest Perugia, which takes place in August, has a classical music programme which is performed in some of Perugia's most stunning buildings.
Eating and drinking
Most visitors head away from the historic centre to the ‘downtown' of Perugia for their lunch or dinner. Walk down the main street starting at the Piazza Duomo and ending with the dramatic view of the city's churches and the Umbrian countryside, and you'll find many options for eating out. Hotel Brufani offers superb regional cooking, and has a particularly delicious range of olive oils. If you're after a charming and traditional pizzeria, La Mediterranea is the place to go to watch your dinner being slid onto the stone hearth of the pizza oven. There's Italian food for every budget on this busy street.
If you want to stay out beyond your last sip of Limoncello, there are plenty of venues catering to the local student population. Cafés, bars, ‘disco-pubs' and discos are all popular haunts for Perugians. Bar hop between cheap and cheerful dives and glamorous bars and you might even end up seeing the dawn over the Umbrian landscape after a particularly big night out.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Perugia
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Perugia?Hotel S. Ercolano, Locanda Stella and Freetime are some of the popular hotels in Perugia.
What is the cheapest price for a hotel in Perugia?The cheapest price for a double room in Perugia is £38, offered by Hotel S. Ercolano.
What are the best hotels in Perugia near the center?The best hotels near the center of Perugia are Hotel S. Ercolano, Hotel Perugia Plaza and Castello Di Monterone.
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