Cheap Pensacola hotels are in good supply, so you don't have to spend a fortune on lodging if you want to visit this wonderful Florida city. You also don't have to stay outside of town in an area that doesn't suit your needs. There are highly affordable hotels spread throughout the area, and you can even find one of the best right downtown.
For many visitors to Pensacola, staying downtown is the most attractive proposition. This isn't hard to understand when you consider the charm of downtown Pensacola's historic areas and the enticing dining and nightlife here. If you want to stay downtown and don't want to break the bank, then the Days Inn Pensacola Historic Downtown might be your ideal lodging fit. Found at 710 North Palafox Street, this budget-friendly hotel enjoys a fine location. As is true at many of the other cheap Pensacola hotels, the rates at this Days Inn include breakfast, and while the rooms aren't luxurious, guests enjoy an array of amenities. Internet access is also complimentary, and you don't have to pay extra for cable TV, a mini fridge, or a microwave.
Should budget Pensacola lodging closer to the beach be what you have in mind, then the Days Inn Pensacola Beach is worth keeping on the radar. Situated at 16 Vie de Luna and right on the beach, this sister hotel of the Days Inn Pensacola Historic Downtown offers plenty of bang for the buck. As such, it can fill up fast, especially during the peak season. If you find that the Days Inn Pensacola Beach is full when you go to book a stay, then you can turn to the other discount hotel in the area. This hotel is the Comfort Inn Pensacola Beach. Found at 40 Fort Pickens Road, this hotel also enjoys a location, and guests are treated to similar amenities as those that are on offer at the Days Inn establishments. This means a free breakfast in the morning and things like air conditioning, a microwave, a mini fridge, and a coffee maker in the rooms.
When searching for a budget Pensacola lodging, it can be a good idea to consider the area where the N. Davis Highway meets Interstate 10. Found in this area is the Pensacola Airport and some recognizable chain brand hotels. One of these hotels is the Fairfield Inn Pensacola (pictured), which calls 7325 N. Davis Highway home. For the price, you might have trouble finding a better room, and it doesn't hurt that the Fairfield Inn Pensacola provides free breakfasts, free Internet access, and other enticing perks that you won't have to pay extra to enjoy.
Along Interstate 10, you will also find many of the Pensacola motels. You won't find lower rates than these motels have to offer, so they are the ultimate when it comes to saving on lodging. An example of a good Pensacola motel is the Red Roof Inn at 7340 Plantation Road. Interstate 10 is just a short drive away, and you might fancy the fact there is a shopping mall next door. Much like a discount hotel would, this motel offers free breakfasts and complimentary Internet access. If you are interested in pet-friendly Pensacola hotels, it should be noted that the Red Roof Inn allows one pet per room at no extra cost. Many other pet-friendly hotels in the area charge extra for those who bring their four-legged friends along.
All of these budget Pensacola lodging establishments can help you stay on top of your budget while visiting the area, and there are others if you want to add to your options. Take the Sole Inn and Suites, for example, which offers 1950s retro style and a great downtown location for less than you might expect. There are also the in other area destinations such as Milton and Gulf Breeze. Wherever you choose to stay in the area, the best rates are to be had outside of the May to October peak season. Memorial Day, the Fourth of July, and the week that the Blue Angels put on their homecoming show are especially expensive times for visitors as far as lodging is concerned, so you might avoid them when trying to go the discount route.