x The average starting price for a place to stay in Perugia is £47 per night.
Perugia-Lago Trasimeno Via del lavoro, 10 Torricella di MagioneOutstanding 99%
Strada Torre Poggio 4Excellent 91%
Strada San Marino 6Excellent 90%
juliagulia216 We arrived on a Friday afternoon and stayed until Saturday. The Hotel was easy to find right away! There was a big sign on the main street (of the old city Perugia) with the name "Hotel Umbria". We weren't sure if it was right. We followed a pathway back, and went down some stairs and there it was! It was perfect! Cheap!!! And the man who worked in the front desk was SO nice! He gave us our room key and we walked into room 21. It was very spacious with three single beds, hardwood floors, bathroom (toilet, shower, sink). It was amazing how much we got for the price we paid! There was even a TV, and it had SOO many channels! My only complaints were how cold I was at night, and the towels (They were like bedsheets! I recommend brining your own). But other than that it was great! We were so close to everything in the main old city Perugia. I HIGHLY recommend staying here, and would gladly return!!!
Via Agostino Di Duccio 1Great 81%
rachelhewi We only stayed for one night but it was clean, comfortable and exceptionally friendly. On checking out the duty manager tried to persuade us to stay longer and if we hadn't got a villa already booked for the next 6 nights we probably would have done! A great place to stay if you are en route as it has a carpark and a shuttle bus into the historic town. Parking in Perugia and navigating it, even with a sat-nav, proved a nightmare!
Via Campo Di Marte 134Great 80%
Via Ruggero d'Andreotto 19Great 80%
42 del Discobolo St.Great 80%
fionnualao I used it as a stop over while I found more permanent accommodation. Its was basic, but it was clean and central with really great helpful staff. Definately value for money.
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