100 Hotels Under $150

By STUART EMMRICH for The New York Times
INITIAL signs were not promising. As I emerged from the Sant Antoni metro station on a warm Barcelona afternoon in search of the Market Hotel, a place I had booked a few days earlier on the Web, I was confronted by a busy commercial thoroughfare anchored on one corner by a ramshackle market selling everything from espadrilles to salted fish and on the other by an unpromising-looking cafe populated by a lone elderly man sipping coffee and flipping idly through a newspaper.

As I made my way up the street — past a pizzeria, a liquor store and a cosmetics shop — I came across an easy-to-miss alleyway flanked by two metal gates. Then, at the far end of the alley, past a parking garage, I spotted the Market Hotel. My first reaction was to turn back and head to the closest Internet cafe to search for a new hotel, but as I inched closer, I noticed a surprisingly elegant exterior, with orange awnings shading sleek mirrored windows, and a row of lanterns providing a spark of warmth to the otherwise industrial street.

After being greeted exuberantly by the woman at the front desk, who immediately offered me a bottle of water to slake my thirst, I headed up to the room, where more surprises awaited. The room, though small, was elegantly appointed, with gleaming wood floors, Chinese-influenced cabinets, a flat-screen TV and a good-sized, comfortable bed. The bathroom was huge, compared with others I have encountered over the years in Europe, and was well stocked with toiletries in elegantly designed packaging.

As I opened the French doors that led out to a tiny balcony overlooking the street, I had one thought: How was it possible that this room was costing me only 60 euros a night?

That’s the thing about budget hotels. Sometimes they turn out to be a disaster, leaving you to lie awake at night, fighting to go to sleep as you try to shut out the noise from the busy street just beyond your window and hoping you will get to morning without having inherited a family of bedbugs. And other times, they turn out to be diamonds in the rough, places you can’t wait to brag about to friends back home.

And that’s what the Market Hotel turned out to be over the next three days. How had I found it? Well, it wasn’t a friend who had told me about it. It was a reader of the Travel section’s Web site who had recommended it on a posting on our Barcelona destination guide, saying it was “modern, inviting and simply wonderful” and that it only cost 80 euros a night. (I got an even better deal, it seemed.)

Over the last three years, thousands of readers have posted comments about their favorite hotels on the roughly 1,500 destination guides found on the Travel Web site. For this special issue, “Fall in Europe,” we used that database to research and then select 100 hotels that we feel represent some of the best bargains for travelers headed to one of 14 European cities in the next few months. (In some instances, we have included reader comments explaining the reasons behind their recommendations.)

All prices listed are for a double room for a weekend in either October or November, and are based on rates found on the hotels’ Web sites or on travel sites like Expedia or Hotels.com. (The $150 limit was based on the conversion rates of roughly $1.60 to the pound and $1.50 to the euro.)


1) Hotel Prinsenhof
Prinsengracht 810
(31-20) 623-1772
89 euros (private bath)

I stayed at Hotel Prinsenhof for around 65 euro/night. … I was very happy with the accommodation. They had one of the lowest prices I could find for a 2-person private room with common bath on a summer weekend. It turned out much more comfortable than I’d expected. — ratchford22

2) Hotel Nes
Kloveniersburgwal 137-139
(31-20) 624-4773
90 euros

Hotel Nes is in a charming old canal house in the center of Amsterdam. Half the rooms have a lovely canal view. — Esther Shaya

3) Sunhead of 1617
Herengracht 152
(31-20) 626-1809
89 euros

4) Hotel Kap
Den Texstraat 5b
(31-20) 624-5908
83 euros

We have stayed at the Hotel Kap twice now and have loved it both times. It’s in a beautiful, quiet residential neighborhood, close to public transport and only minutes away from the Leidseplein and Rijksmuseum. — Delia

5) Hotel Brouwer
Singel 83
(31-20) 624-6358
95 euros

An absolutely beautiful canal house. Each of the rooms have a view of the canal. Prices can’t be beat. — Anonymous

6) Leidse Square Hotel
Tesselschadestraat 23
(31-20) 612-6876
75 euros

7) Seven Bridges Hotel
Reguliersgracht 31
(31-20) 623-1329
100 euros

The Seven Bridges is wonderful, and I have stayed there many times. Located on the corner of Reguliersgracht and Keizersgracht, it is on one of the best inner-circle canal spots in Amsterdam. No elevator. — wvanrijn


8) Hotel Spa Senator Barcelona
Carrer del Cardenal Reig, 11
(34-93) 260-9900
79 euros

We stayed at Hotel Senator, which we liked very much. The hotel is in more of a neighborhood, but very near a subway stop (Collblanc), so it was pretty easy to get wherever we wanted to go. — ebf9q

9) Market Hotel
Passatge Sant Antoni Abad, 10
(34-93) 325-1205
65 euros

A well-kept secret, but probably not for long is the Market Hotel in Eixample. It’s modern, inviting and simply wonderful. Paid about 80 euros/night (included a continental-style breakfast). The restaurant is great as well! — Leelee

10) Hotel Diagonal Zero
Plaça de Llevant
(34-93) 507-8000
91 euros

11) Hotel Gran Derby
Loreto, 28
(34-93) 445-2544
90 euros

12) Hotel Astoria
París, 203
(34-93) 209-8311
48 euros

13) Hotel Banys Orientals
Calle Argenteria, 37
(34-93) 268-8460
99 euros


14) Westin Grand, Berlin
Friedrichstrasse 158-164
(49-30) 20270
96 euros

The Westin is smack in the center of former East Berlin and an easy walk to the major museums, Alexanderplatz, Brandenburg Gate. Rooms are good size, quiet and at a $150 rate, including their diverse breakfast, which otherwise goes for an outrageous 25 euros per person, this 4/5-star hotel was good value. — Artnuvo

15) Ku’Damm 101
Kurfürstendamm 101
(49-30) 520-0550
92 euros

16) art’otel berlin-mitte
Wallstrasse 70-73
(49-30) 240-620
U.S. reservations, (800) 791-9161
92 euros

17) Circus Hotel
Rosenthaler Platz 1
(49-30) 2000-3939
78 euros

The Circus Hotel is a hip 60-room hotel in an area that seems to be up and coming. Prices start at about 70 euros and include breakfast. Wi-Fi is free and you can rent a Segway to tour the neighborhood. Across the street is their hostel version, packed with young people from around the world. — VividTurtle

18) Hotel Transit
Hagelberger Strasse 53-54
(49-30) 789-0470
72 euros

I highly recommend Hotel Transit. The nearest U-Bahn is Mehringdamm, about two blocks away. The building doesn’t look like much on the outside, but there is a beautiful courtyard tucked away inside that many of the rooms look out to. The rooms (doubles/triples) are simply but elegantly decorated, and best of all, it is technically a “hostel” so it is very reasonably priced! — lmzhang

19) Hotel Gates Berlin City West
Knesebeckstrasse 8-9
(49-30) 311-060
85 euros

20) Arte Luise Kuntshotel
Luisenstrasse 19
(49-30) 284-480
99 euros

I stayed at the Arte Luise Kuntshotel on a recent visit and paid about 50 euros per night for a very basic single room. The hotel staff is wonderful and each guest room has been designed by a different artist (hence the name of the hotel). And the location couldn’t be better — in Mitte, steps away from many “touristy” sites, but not far by foot or train to many off-the-beaten-path locations. — Adrian

21) Holiday Inn Berlin City Center East
Prenzlauer Allee 169
(49-30) 446-610
64 euros

For the past few years, I have stayed regularly at the Holiday Inn in Prenzlauer Berg, a lively area with excellent pubs, restaurants, art galleries, bookshops etc. — David Kemp


22) Le Dixseptieme
25, rue de la Madeleine
(32-2) 517-1717
100 euros (weekend special)

Hotel Le Dixseptieme near Central Station is a charming, small, high-end business hotel. It has about 25 rooms/suites, a private courtyard and common sitting rooms. We took advantage of weekend discounts. — Tom and Laura

23) Chambres en Ville
19, rue de Londres
(32-2) 512-9290
90 euros

24) Stanhope Hotel
9, rue du Commerce
(32-2) 506-9111
84 euros

25) Hotel Queen Anne
110, boulevard Emile Jacqmain
(32-2) 217-1600
95 euros

My husband and I stayed at the Queen Anne. Hotel was clean, modern and simple. Decent subway access one street away. All we ask is for a good bed and bathroom for the price and we got that. — swindu


26) Azalea Lodge
67 Upper Drumcondra Road
(353-1) 837-0300
100 euros

We enjoyed our stay at the Azalea Lodge so much that we lodged there during our two trips to Dublin. Accommodations are comfortable and clean, it is located right on the bus line to Center Dublin and breakfasts are delicious. — Lisa

27) Baggot Court Townhouse
92 Lower Baggot Street
(353-1) 661-2819
69 euros

I was visiting Dublin and didn’t want to stay in Temple Bar, as it’s a little wild for me, but after a few mishaps with lodgings on Gardner Street, I went to the area where there are Georgian houses and found a large B & B called Baggot Townhouse. It’s such a lovely place — very warm and friendly, and they do a great breakfast. — Helen Moore

28) Fitzwilliam Townhouse
41 Upper Fitzwilliam Street
(353-1) 662-5155
89 euros

29) Paramount Hotel
Parliament Street and Essex Gate
(353-1) 417-9900
94 euros

30) O’Callaghan Stephen’s Green
Stephen’s Green
(353-1) 607-3600
89 euros

31) Harcourt Hotel
60 Harcourt Street
(353-1) 478-3677
89 euros


32) York House Hotel
27 York Place
(44-131) 557-6222

We just stayed at the York House Hotel, which is an 18th-century town house in New Town that has been converted into a bed-and-breakfast. It is not fancy, but it is clean, modern and conveniently located to everything we wanted to do. I would stay there again. — ebf9q

33) MW Townhouse
11 Spence Street
(44-131) 655-1530

The MW Townhouse is owned by a young, enthusiastic couple. Modern, pristine, welcoming. Faultless. — Kathleen Brooke

34) The George Hotel
19-21 George Street
(44-131) 225-1251

35) The Walton Guest House
79 Dundas Street
(44-131) 556-1137

36) Glenora Guest House
14 Rosebery Crescent
(44-131) 337-1186

37) The Salisbury Hotel
43-45 Salisbury Road
(44-131) 667-1264

I recommend the Salisbury. Great place for walkers. Near the University. Good food of all nations all around. — henson1b


38) Hotel Colomba
Via Cavour, 21
(39-055) 289-139
80 euros

We stayed for just one night in a quad room at Hotel Colomba. The room was spacious (huge), immaculately clean and comfortable. If you’re looking for a reasonably priced hotel close to everything, then this is the place to book. The breakfast was just great. Internet was free. — Mike Reds

39) Residenza Proconsolo
Via del Proconsolo, 18
(39-335) 657-4840
85 euros

We found a lovely B & B, the Residenza Proconsolo, located at the corner of the Piazza Duomo and the Via del Proconsolo. It was a perfect place to start walking everyday and was close enough to the train station and to bus stops to go further afield. — Anonymous

40) Hotel Cestelli
Borgo Santissimi
Apostoli, 25
(39-055) 214-213
80 euros (private bath)

The Cestelli is a wonderful little hotel a stone’s throw from the Ponte Vecchio and the Uffizi, run by a lovely young couple. A double with shared bath cost us only 75 euros. Think Renaissance meets Zen inside. — Jane P

41) Hotel Globus
Via Sant’Antonino, 24
(39-055) 211-062
76 euros

42) Il Bargellino
Via Guelfa, 87
(39-055) 238-2658
85 euros

43) Locanda Orchidea
Borgo degli Albizi, 11
(39-055) 248-0346
50 euros

Locanda Orchidea is small, friendly, comfortable, helpful, inexpensive. The owner saved our vacation when my wife became ill by calling her doctor, who had us come into her office on her day off and treated the problem. Viva Italia! — mikeoregon

44) Pensione Perseo
Via Cerretani, 1
(39-055) 212-504
99 euros


45) York House Lisbon
Rua das Janelas Verdes, 32
(351-21) 396-2435
90 euros

The York House is a small boutique hotel in a charming old building. Very near the Tagus — views of the water. Superb. — celiaf

46) Evidência Tejo
Rua dos Condes de Monsanto, 2
(351-21) 886-6182
85 euros

47) Vincci Baixa
Rua do Comércio, 32 and 38
(351-21) 880-3190
88 euros (nonrefundable)

48) Albergaria Residencial Insulana
Rua da Assunção, 52
(351-21) 342-7625
50 euros

The Albergaria Insulana is very cheap, clean, close to Praça do Comércio and Bairo Alto. It was very simple, but had a ’50s understated vibe to it. We loved it! — Anonymous

49) Hotel Borges
Rua Garret, 108
(351-21) 346-1951
76 euros

The Hotel Borges, located in the heart of the Largo do Chiado, is in a beautiful area right next to the unforgettable Bairro Alto. Step out of the door and you have a beautifully constructed subway station by the famous local architect Álvaro Siza. — Maegen


50) Derby Hotel Kensington
155-157 Cromwell Road SW5
(44-207) 244-1199

I was visiting London for the first time, and was looking for a safe place, in a central location. I stayed at Derby Hotel in Kensington, a small hotel with homely atmosphere. If you are traveling on tight budget, check rates of this hotel out. — Shilpi

51) Base2Stay
25 Courtfield Gardens SW5
(44-207) 244-2255

I found everything I wanted, and none of the things I don’t but usually end up paying for anyway, at Base2Stay in Kensington. The rooms are air-conditioned, clean and modern. Great location for transport and restaurants as well as close to all the tourist spots. — Sydney Perlman

52) La Gaffe
107-111 Heath Street NW3
(44-207) 435-8965

La Gaffe is small but great value for money. Conveniently located near Hampstead Heath (my wife and I love taking long walks!) and not 5 minutes from the Tube. Lorenzo, the manager is the second generation managing the place and is a very pleasing, helpful person. — Kartik Varma

53) Jurys Inn Chelsea
Imperial Road, Imperial Wharf SW6
(44-207) 411-2200

54) Meliá White House
Albany Street NW1
(44-207) 391-3000

55) Balmoral House Hotel
156 Sussex Gardens W2
(44-207) 723-7445

Over the last 13 years we have stayed at Balmoral House Hotel. Small but immaculate rooms. Around the corner from Paddington and a few blocks from Lancaster Gate Tube Station. — Bachjsb

56) Luna Simone
47-49 Belgrave Road SW1V
(44-207) 834-5897

The Luna Simone is clean, beautiful, and the hotel staff there is absolutely charming. The beds are great, and the bathrooms are very cool. I really do suggest this hotel — it’s awesome! — Lizzie

57) Ridgemount Hotel
65-67 Gower Street WC1E
(44-207) 636-1141

The Ridgemount Hotel in Bloomsbury is a delightful family-owned hotel. Steps away from the British Museum and Russell Square. Rooms can be a bit small. But with a wonderful breakfast and all the tea you can hold included, the price is right. — Kevin

58) Novotel London Tower Bridge
10 Pepys Street EC3N
(44-207) 265-6000

59) Hilton London Canary Wharf
South Quay Marsh Wall E14
(44-20) 3002-2300;

60) Regency Hotel
100 Queen’s Gate SW7
(44-207) 373-7878


61) Room Mate Alicia
Calle Prado, 2
(34-91) 389-6095
96 euros

Room Mate has several nice design hotels at reasonable prices with free Wi-Fi, including Laura, Mario, Alicia and Oscar. — arnonk

62) Room Mate Mario
Calle Campomanes, 4
(34-91) 548-8548
84 euros

We have enjoyed Room Mate Mario. It’s quaint and welcoming, near the Royal Opera House and not far from the Royal Palace and gardens. Rooms were comfortable, well-appointed and clean. We also enjoyed the fresh fruit in the room. The hotel is within walking distance of several metro stations and close to Sol. — Isidro Rivera

63) Hostal Acapulco
Calle de la Salud, 13
(34-91) 531-1945
54 euros

If you are looking for a great cheap hostal (different than a hostel), make a reservation at Hostal Acapulco. It is a great location, just steps away from Puerta del Sol yet very quiet. Most rooms face a small quiet square and get lots of morning sun. It’s small (after all it’s a hostal) but clean, nice bathrooms. Free internet. — orlie228

64) Hotel Agumar
Paseo Reina Cristina, 7
(34-91) 552-6900
92 euros

65) Petit Palace Londres
Calle Galdo, 2
(34-91) 531-4105
79 euros

66) Hostal Alaska
Calle Espoz y Mina, 7
(34-91) 521-1845
52 euros

I would greatly recommend the Hostal Alaska. We stayed here twice. The rooms were nice and clean and there were baths/showers in each room. They were also warm, which is not always so easy to find in Spain in Dec/Jan! The hostal is located on the fourth floor of the building (with no elevator), but is only one block from the Plaza del Sol. — Rob Stolzer

67) Hotel Liabeny
Calle de la Salud, 3
(34-91) 531-9000
88 euros (nonrefundable)


68) Les Chansonniers
113, boulevard de
Ménilmontant 75011
(33-1) 43-57-00-58
59 euros

I stayed at the Hôtel les Chansonniers in Paris last year, and it offers excellent value. If you are visiting the usual sights, it is quite far out of the way; but that whole neighborhood (except for Père-Lachaise) is quite undiscovered by the tourist world, and there are many excellent-value (and excellent-quality) restaurants to be found there. — Notworthwords

69) Hôtel Jeanne d’Arc
3, rue de Jarente 75004
(33- 1) 48-87-62-11
70 euros

The best hotel, dollar for dollar, in Paris is the Hotel Jeanne d’Arc in the Marais district. Last time I stayed there in 2007 it was $90 a night with an en suite bath. Great location, on a lovely side street, charming and clean rooms, nice staff. It’s been the same price since I started going there 20 years ago. — Cathy

70) Hotel Ibis Paris Montmartre 18ème
5, rue Caulaincourt 75018
(33-1) 55-30-18-18
61 euros

I’m always a bit surprised I never read about the Ibis hotels. If you can reserve in advance, rooms are as cheap as $60 and these are nice, functional, clean hotels and usually near all kinds of transport. It’s our hotel of choice when we travel. — Dave Ferre

71) Etap Hotel Paris La Villette 19ème
57-63, Avenue Jean Jaurès 75019
(33-8) 92-68-08-91
58 euros

If you really wish to stay at low cost (60 euros and less) do look for the Etap Hotel. They are usually just outside city limits but there is an invaluable one on the rue Jean Jaurès in Paris 19th Arrondissement, not far from Gare du Nord and easily reached by Métro (Jaurès) in a wonderful area far from tourist traps. — Manon

72) Hôtel Tiquetonne
6, rue Tiquetonne 75002
(33-1) 42-36-94-58
55 euros

At the risk of giving up the quintessential secret for the one of the most inexpensive places in Paris, I want to recommend the Hotel Tiquetonne. (Directions: Metro: Etienne Marcel or Réaumur-Sébastopol) The hotel is simple but clean, on a quiet street, near les Halles & Rue Montorgueil. — Richard Hess

73) Hôtel Claret
44, boulevard de Bercy 75012
(33-1) 46-28-41-31
94 euros

74) Mama Shelter
109, rue de Bagnolet 75020
(33-1) 43-48-48-48
97 euros

75) Hôtel des Arts Bastille
2, rue Godefroy Cavaignac 75011
(33-1) 43-79-72-57
59 euros

76) Hôtel Du 7e Art
20, rue St.-Paul 75004
(33-1) 44-54-85-00
95 euros

I always stay at the Hotel du 7th Art. A wonderful small hotel in the Marais area and near the Seine on St. Paul. Pictures of Frank Sinatra and other great movies greats all over the place. A friendly and helpful staff. Very nice. — edwalterslv

77) Hôtel de la Porte Dorée
273, avenue Daumesnil 75012
(33-1) 43-07-56-97
80 euros

A friend and I found the lovely Hôtel de la Porte Dorée in a quiet corner of Paris called Porte Dorée. We enjoyed their many fine shops and huge public park in that neighborhood, and were able to get into the city very quickly by Métro. I believe our room was less than 90 euros. They have beautiful furnishings and friendly staff. — Nancy Welsh


78) Hotel Aureus Clavis
Nerudova 27
(420- 257) 534-569
55 euros

I recommend the Hotel Aureus Clavis — a small, pleasant, reasonably priced hotel well-situated on one of the main streets in the Mala Strana. Very short walking distance to Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, Old Town Square, old Jewish quarter. Helpful, friendly staff. Breakfast included. — Harperfm

79) Arcadia Residence
Hostivitova 3
(420-224) 922-040
75 euros

The best place we’ve ever stayed in all our years of travel was the Arcadia Residence in Prague. Fantastic location, excellent apartments, amazing hosts, huge memorable breakfasts. You get the spaciousness and freedom of an apartment, the luxury of having someone else make breakfast, and the services of Pasquale, the best host ever. And it’s a bargain. It sounds too good to be true, but it is true. — Barbara Stuart

80) Hotel Monastery
Strahovske nadvori 13
(420-233) 090-200
1,950 koruny (about $111 at 17.6 koruny to the dollar)

81) Pension Rosa
Mezi Potoky 6
(420-271) 751-263
53 euros

82) The House at the Big Boot
Vlasska 30/333
(420-257) 532-088
2,000 koruny (shared bath; cash only)

The Big Boot is a wonderful family-run hotel in Mala Strana. It’s small and yet very modern and clean. I enjoyed chatting with the Rippl family who runs the hotel. They were very generous with local suggestions and were eager to talk about Prague’s history. — lullah75

83) K+K Hotel Central
Hybernska 10
(420-225) 022-000
88 euros (nonrefundable)

84) Hotel Salvator
Truhlarska 10
(420-222) 312-234
73 euros

85) Hotel Anna
Budecska 17
(420-222) 513-111
45 euros

There are lots of hotels and pensions under 90 euro in Prague. Try the Hotel Anna, in the middle of one of the most beautiful areas of Prague – Vinohrady. To save even more money, visit www.pension.cz and run a search there. — Julia

86) Claris Hotel
Slezska 26
(420-242) 446-111
39 euros (nonrefundable)


87) Le Finestre sul Vaticano
Via Angelo Emo, 130
(39-347) 7563811
90 euro

88) Matisse B & B
Via Nazionale, 243
(39-389) 9787112
72 euros

89) Hotel Felice
Via Tiburtina, 30
(39-06) 4453347
72 euros

I loved the Hotel Felice. The management was so helpful. They gave us maps to Rome and suggested places to go and see. They were very helpful with the buses. Great location! — Carl

90) Le Real de Luxe
Via Cavour, 58
(39-06) 4823566
85 euros

I looked long and hard to find a place acceptable to my very mixed group of friends, some wanting the cheapest place in town and some wanting the best. This turned out to be a good choice: Le Real de Luxe. They adopt a low-cost airline model of charging for various extras so as to keep the basic price down. However, the staff are very friendly and helpful, and as long you read the rules when you arrive it’s really not a problem. — John

91) Accommodation Delia Bed & Breakfast
Via Gaeta, 64
(39-06) 97277089
70 euros

I recommend the Delia B & B. Great location! 5 mins walk from tube/train station. Rooms fantastic — modern, and cleaned every day (possibly the cleanest room I’ve ever stayed in anywhere — either hotel or b & b). Great value for money. — Kok

92) Arco del Lauro
Via dell’Arco De Tolomei, 29/27
(39-06) 97840350
85 euros

93) Hotel Paba
Via Cavour, 266
(39-06) 47824902
88 euros


94) Ca’delle Acque
San Marco 4991
(39-041) 241-1277
80 euros

I can suggest a budget yet inviting bed-and-breakfast called Ca’ delle Acque. Very central, just between St. Mark’s Square and Rialto Bridge. The room was clean and private (there is just one room per floor), and the service helpful. No special services like Wi-Fi or telephone, but we really didn’t miss them because we were all the time discovering the city. — Christin

95) Bed & Breakfast Venezia
Santa Elena-Calle Bainsizza, 3
(39-041) 520-0529
80 euros

The B&B Venezia is a small and charming family-run hotel in the quiet Santa Elena neighborhood, a 20-minute walk from San Marco Square. The owner, Roberto, made us very comfortable, even upgrading our room when we experienced a slight problem with the shower. We also loved the roof deck overlooking a park on the lagoon. The double room with A/C was 75 euros with breakfast and included Wi-Fi (a rare amenity in Italy!). — tharned

96) Faronhof B & B
Via Seriola Veneta
Sinistra, 51, Mira
(39-041) 428-363
45 euros

We stayed at a lovely B & B called Faronhof, situated on the mainland not far from the center of Venice. The owners were really friendly even helping us make phone calls for a stolen bag! Fully recommend. — Ian Wilson

97) Ca’ Arco Antico
San Polo 1451
(39-041) 241-1227
60 euros

98) Hotel Gorizia “A La Valigia”
Calle dei Fabbri 4696/A
(39-041) 522-3737
97 euros (nonrefundable)

99) Hotel Bernardi
Calle de l’Oca
(39-041) 522-7257
70 euros

The staff at the Hotel Bernardi was very friendly and the rooms were neat and clean. This little hotel is over 100 years old and hidden from the main streets near Cà D’oro. If you are looking for a respite from the hubbub of the streets, this place is fabulous. — Amanda J

100) Antica Locanda Montin
Fondamenta di Borgo
(39-041) 522-7151
75 euros (shared bath); 100 euros (private bath)

We stayed at Locanda Montin in Dorsoduro for E80 a night — double room, pvt bath, breakfast included. Quiet and excellent location. There are plenty of choices in good locations around E80-90 but you have to do your homework online. —Michael Weiss

STUART EMMRICH is the editor of the Travel section, New York Times.
October 11, 2009

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