Hotels in Florence

Hostels in Florence - how to spend cheap nights?

The option to rent a hostel in Florence is suitable for travelers on a budget - students, singles, ascetic tourists. Prices for a bed in a dormitory room start at 18 euros per day. In our review were seven of the best hostels by reviews of independent tourists.

Also, during the selection, we took into account personal experience and location regarding the main attractions. All hostel options are available at the booking in a special section - this is the most reliable service for booking accommodation in Italy. So, let's go:

Plus Florence

Next-generation hostel Plus Florence, in which the level of service and options for the budget traveler approaches a good 4 star hotel. In addition to free Internet access, there is a fitness area with exercise equipment, the ability to use the sauna and Turkish bath in the winter, and the indoor pool. The public area has a microwave and refrigerator. English breakfast for 7 euros, bed price from 24 euros, accommodation in a single room 65 euros. A company of 4 people can book a separate room for 120 euros.

In terms of price / quality / reviews, this hostel is the choice of our publisher, we recommend.

Hostel Archi Rossi


Hostel Archi Rossi has a good location, a chic breakfast for Italy is included in the price from 26 euros per bed. Clean, cleaned every day. We advise you to look at this option.

Wow Florence Hostel


A great bonus for Wow Florence Hostel is its panoramic terrace overlooking the Cathedral of Santa Maria dei Fiori. Yes, and the hostel itself is good. Single room costs only 43 euros, and accommodation in a dormitory room costs from 17 euros. To the center on foot for about 20 minutes.

Academy Hostel


Academy Hostel are located right in the historical center of Florence. The cost of accommodation with breakfast from 35 euros per person. Advantages in addition to the location are comfortable beds, clean linens, a left-luggage office, a hairdryer, an iron, a make-up area for girls.

My friends


My Friends Hostel is a private project, the hostess of the hostel personally communicates and gives advice to guests. Great location - next to Santa Maria Novella train station, most of the sights are 10 minutes on foot. The cost of living 30 euros in a dormitory for 6 people is one of the highest in the review, but judging by the reviews, this hostel is one of the best in Florence.

  • I advise you to read: How to get to Florence from Rome

Hostel 7 Santi

Hostel 7 Santi, I would consider if there are no places in the options described above, since it is far from the center. You will have to get to the sights by bus.

Hostel Gallo D'oro


Hostel Gallo D'oro is another cozy option for budget travelers. There are separate rooms for girls with their own shower. Santa Maria Novella Central Station is about 25 minutes on foot.

Location relative to attractions

The map below shows the hostels reviewed in the review regarding the main attractions of Florence. I am sure it will now be easier for you to navigate.

Please share your reviews of hostels in Florence and your impressions in the comments. If you need advice, do not hesitate to write.

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