For budget lodging, choose Red Roof Inn Pensacola - West Florida Hospital, which comes at 70US$ per night, or Quality Inn & Suites University Area, which charges 78US$. 24 cheap accommodation deals provide easy access to Intramural Field.
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Where to stay in Pensacola?
Best cheap hotels in Pensacola
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you're planning your first trip to Pensacola, consider staying in one of the 3 hotels in the downtown locations, such as Days Inn Pensacola - Historic Downtown or Sole Inn And Suites. An option near the city center is Jazz Flat @ The Space By Gulf Life next to Pace Assembly of God Church. To stay in West Pensacola district, book a room in Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Pensacola-West Navy Base near Brent Athletic Park.
Visitors who want to explore Pensacola's tourist places can try a hotel near Pace Assembly of God Church, such as Crowne Plaza Pensacola Grand surrounded by a theater, a tower and a museum. Pensacola Grand Hotel - Historic Downtown is a casual choice that will place you within a 5-minute walk of Pace Assembly of God Church.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Pensacola
Candlewood Suites Pensacola - N Davis Hwy is a first-class luxury hotel situated 3 miles from Edward Ball Nature Trail. Residence Inn By Marriott Pensacola Downtown is rated as one of the best boutique hotels in Pensacola, offering views over the city. Another 3-star option is Holiday Inn Express Pensacola Downtown, a chain hotel which has free self-parking, a swimming pool and lawn tennis.
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Southern Charm offers cozy B&B-style accommodation, complete with an outdoor swimming pool and a golf course. Hampton Inn & Suites Pensacola-University Mall offers family-friendly accommodation with free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a sun deck as well as featuring views of the river. Ashton Inn & Suites is a cozy resort hotel in Pensacola for travelers who are looking for facilities like free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and an indoor swimming pool.
City Guide: Discover the best of Pensacola
Pensacola is known as the ‘City of Five Flags’.
This is a nickname Pensacola earned for the foreign presence in the city throughout its long history. It has seen the rule of Spain, France, Britain and the Confederacy until Andrew Jackson, 7th American president brought Florida under the control of the United States of America.
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Don Tristan de Luna, a Spanish settler brought the first European interest to Pensacola in 1559. Even though a month later hurricane destroyed the first features of European civilization in the area, the settlers continued to flock to Pensacola. Consequently, Fort San Carlos de Austria became the first settlement in northwest Florida and its relics are still treasured at the Naval Air Station Pensacola. In addition, recent studies of the area uncovered the ship Emmanuel Point II – a shipwreck from de Luna’s expedition in 1559. Today you may take a tour to the place of the shipwreck or devote yourself to sightseeing within the city.
Naval Air Station Pensacola, the driving force of the city's economy
Fort Barrancas, a former military fort built to protect Pensacola Bay
National Museum of Naval Aviation, the most popular tourist destination in Pensacola as offers a bite of the history of flight in the Navy
Historic Downtown Pensacola, a location for numerous museums and galleries like the T.T. Wentworth Jr. Museum, The Museum of Commerce and the Museum of Industry
St. Michael's Cemetery, the oldest cemeteries in Florida listed on the National Register of Historic Places
Whatever you prefer to do in Pensacola there is never a reason to get bored. Sitting at the end of Escambia County, Pensacola is open to the water from three sides of the tip of the ‘panhandle’. It means that Pensacola is packed with a full range of aquatic activities from fishing to scuba diving and snorkeling.
Crystal-clear waters and white-sand beaches of quartz washed from the Appalachian Mountains are the main attractions in the city. Despite the dead loss in 2004 caused by Hurricane Ivan in the city, Pensacola has totally recovered from the devastation. Today it offers abundance of places to dine out, clubs to dance the night away and hotels for a comfortable stay. Check all hotels in Pensacola at Booked.net.