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Accommodation in Europe – Hotels and Resorts

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When it comes to accommodation in Europe, you will notice that there are a number of options to choose from!  Once you are in Europe, no matter which city you visit, you will notice some or other type of accommodation everywhere you go.  From cosy B&Bs to massive, top class European hotels that belong to well-known international hotel chains.  No matter how tight your budget may be or what your special preferences are, you will find just what you are looking for by running a search on our site.  Comparing facilities and rates online makes booking your accommodation in Europe both quick and easy!

If you are looking for the ultimate pampering, it’s an easy hunt around its glittering capital cities like Paris, London and Rome. Seaside resorts are a staple of the European Riviera, from the original in Italy’s Ligurian coast to the English version of Torbay in Devon, and the Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca of the Spanish Mediterranean. Its wealth of cultural, historical, gastronomic and natural attractions have earned Europe a reputation as a well-heeled traveller’s destination, but if you are willing to explore its nooks and crannies, you are bound to find an affordable accommodation with as much character and local colour as the most popular tourist sites.

Your chosen hotel in Europe may be a little different to what you are used to at home, and do not be surprised if your European accommodation is a lot more compact. Space is at a premium, especially in many of the older cities in Europe, like Rome, Venice, Paris and London where it has become necessary to reduce room sizes in order to provide the amount of accommodation necessary for the millions of tourists who need a place to sleep.  If you can afford the more expensive Europe hotels, you will probably have a good size room, but expect something really cosy when you book cheap Europe accommodation. 

Which is best – Hotel, Apartment or Resort

Depending on the purpose of your visit, you can choose to stay in a european hotel, apartment or resort.  Generally, the cities offer a wide variety of full service and limited service hotels, and serviced apartments.  Limited service hotels usually cost less, and generally have fewer amenities and no restaurant on site; they are great option for cheap european accommodation if you are on a budget, as you can carry your own bags (no tipping required!) and find a little coffeehouse for breakfast, which will cost you a great deal less than breakfast at a full service europe hotel. 

Apartment accommodation in Europe is ideal for families, and can really help to reduce the cost of your holiday while giving everyone in the family a little extra room and privacy.  You can also prepare simple meals (most apartments in Europe have a kitchenette only) which saves a lot on eating out, particularly if your children are picky eaters.

Resorts in Europe

Resort accommodation in Europe is usually restricted to the coast  and the inland mountainous regions where the Ski resorts are situated, all over Switzerland, Austria, France and Italy, to name but a few.   There are some fabulous coastal resorts and hotels in Europe along the French and Italian Riviera, the coast of Croatia and all over the Greek Islands, Sicily and Sardinia, while France boasts many up-market Spa resorts in the Alps.