Featured hotels in Umbria

  • £79

    Average price per night

    Palazzo Franceschini, Cascia
    9.7 Exceptional 148 reviews
    Description Palazzo Franceschini offers accommodation in Cascia. Featuring luggage storage space, this property also provides guests with a restaurant.

    "We had taken a long time in choosing a hotel in Cascia because we wanted a balcony. In fact we had cancelled previous bookings to stay at this hotel because it met with our requirements i.e. what was shown on the website a balcony and air conditioning. When we arrived we were met by Paola who is an extremely lovely and courteous lady. We explained that we hoped our room had a balcony to which she said she had to explain that the room with the balcony was not available for 2 days because there was a problem. To be honest I was not happy. However they put us in a temporary room which was a suite and lovely. The room also did not have air conditioning, However, as they promised we were then transferred to the room with the balcony and it was lovely but still no air conditioning. Without us saying anything they kindly placed a large fan in our room. From then on it was lovely. Although the booking included breakfast my husband was the only one who ate this as I do not eat in the mornings. APART FROM THE FIRST FEW HICCUPS EVERYTHING WAS LOVELY AND WE CANNOT RECOMMEND THIS HOTEL HIGHLY ENOUGH. IT IS CLEAN AND THE OLD BUILDING IS PRETTY. THE STAFF BENT OVER BACKWARDS TO ACCOMMODATE US AND ESPECIALLY PAOLA WHO WENT OUT OF HER WAY TO HELP US IN ANY WAY SHE COULD. We met the owner and she has a great deal to be proud of. The hotel is in a prime location and we had a disabled parking space right in front of the hotel. We would definitely stay again"

    Carlos. United Kingdom
  • £60

    Average price per night

    Hotel Porta Marmorea, Gubbio
    9.0 Superb 305 reviews
    Description Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Hotel Porta Marmorea offers elegant accommodation in the centre of Gubbio.

    "Incredibly friendly staff, perfect location close to bus terminal and restaurants. Clean and comfortable room. Very good breakfast with variety to choose from. Fabulous coffee and fresh orange juice."

    Lauren. Australia
  • £102

    Average price per night

    Hotel Villa De Santis, Montefranco
    9.4 Superb 250 reviews
    Description Located in Montefranco, 16 km from Spoleto, Hotel Villa De Santis boasts an outdoor pool and views of the mountains. Free WiFi is featured and free private parking is available on site.

    "Fantastico! We had a super six-night stay and couldn’t have been made to feel more welcome. Beautiful surroundings, sparklingly clean pool and a lovely, fresh breakfast each morning. The couple of issues..."

    Caroline. United Kingdom
  • £70

    Average price per night

    Flora Hotel, Todi
    9.0 Superb 175 reviews
    Description Set in an ancient building of Todi's historical centre, Flora Hotel offers accommodation with free WiFi throughout. The property is 45 km from Assisi, and guests can enjoy the on-site bar.

    "Kindness of the owners, clean and big rooms, perfect location in the centre of Todi and excellent value for money. I totally recommend it."

    Alessia. Belgium
  • £36

    Average price per night

    Hotel Rosalba, Perugia
    9.0 Superb 941 reviews
    Description Hotel Rosalba offers a snack bar, free WiFi and air-conditioned rooms, all in a 18th-century, Art-Nouveau-style building in the historical centre of Perugia.

    "Spacious and comfortable room! Clean and in a very convenient location! Just outside the hotel, there are mobile stairs to get you in the historic center. Good breakfast! Very helpful and friendly staff!"

    Georgios. Greece
  • £39

    Average price per night

    Hotel Cladan, Santa Maria degli Angeli
    9.4 Superb 239 reviews
    Description Offering free WiFi, Hotel Cladan is a 15-minute walk from Assisi Train Station. It features a bar, a garden, and air-conditioned rooms with a flat-screen TV.

    "Very quiet position and comfortable for visits to Assisi and surroundings"

    Eleander72. Italy
  • £56

    Average price per night

    Hotel Ideale, Assisi
    9.2 Superb 506 reviews
    Description Offering outstanding views of the valley and featuring a garden, Hotel Ideale is located in Assisi, 100 metres from the San Rufino Cathedral.

    "warmly welcomed, blessed spot to travel, fantastic view. You can see Umbria plain, which is such a scenery. staffs are so kind and warm. breakfast is absolutely delicious. room is cozy,well organized and..."

    J. South Korea
  • £41

    Average price per night

    Hotel Mom Assisi, Santa Maria degli Angeli

    Hotel Mom Assisi

    Santa Maria degli Angeli

    9.3 Superb 220 reviews
    Description Set in a historic building, Hotel Mom Assisi is located in Santa Maria degli Angeli. Free WiFi access is available throughout and guests can relax at the on-site bar.

    "The hotel was great, right opposite the station. The lady owner and her family were very helpful with luggage. We were made to feel very welcome."

    Karen. United Kingdom
  • £61

    Average price per night

    Convento di Acqua Premula, Sellano
    9.8 Exceptional 139 reviews
    Description Situated in Sellano, Convento di Acqua Premula offers a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, garden and terrace.

    "Amazing accommodation in wonderful Umbria valley, suitable for a peaceful rest, staff absolutely great, delicious cuisine. We recommend!"

    Mona&Tomas. Czech Republic
  • £53

    Average price per night

    Hotel Centova, Perugia
    9.0 Superb 196 reviews
    Description Featuring a restaurant and bar, Hotel Centova is located 5 km from Perugia's historic city centre. Free Wi-Fi and free private parking are available in this property.

    "Friendly helpful staff. Excellent cafe and restaurant."

    Steve. United Kingdom

Most booked hotels in Umbria in the past month

Umbria highlights

Guided wine and food tasting sessions
Head to towns like Montefalco, Bevagna and Norcia and taste local delicacies that include wine, cheeses, cold cuts and olive oil.
Touring Umbria's unique olive oil mills
Visit Umbria’s oil mills during the Frantoi Aperti event, learn about the production techniques and taste the final product.
Perugia’s Eurochocolate
From cookery classes to tastings and chocolates presented in any possible shape and size, this event is a must for all chocolate lovers.
Religious tourism in Assisi
A very popular destination for religious people, Assisi is the birthplace of St Francis and boasts plenty of churches and cathedrals.
Cooking classes in Norcia and Perugia
Learn about local recipes and how to cook according to old Umbrian traditions by joining one of the many classes held around Umbria.
Relaxing moments in Umbria
Whether on lake shores or in the quiet countryside, Umbria offers a variety of spa and beauty opportunities, especially in Spoleto and Perugia.
Excursions to Monte Cucco Park
Visit the gorges and grottos of this park or enjoy activities such as trekking, horse riding and hang-gliding.
Mountain biking around Lake Trasimeno
Explore the Umbrian territory on a mountain bike; challenge the green hills or take it easy around the beautiful Lake Trasimeno.
Umbrian arts and crafts
Discover the traditional Umbrian uses of iron, wood, ceramics and fabrics, especially in cities like Gubbio, Perugia, Orvieto, and Città di Castello.
Umbria Jazz Festival
The likes of Prince, Eric Clapton, Santana and Miles Davis have graced the stage of this worldwide famous festival, held yearly in Perugia.

Hilltop Towns Ringing with Music

One of Italy’s smallest regions, fabulous Umbria has stunning hilltop towns, rolling vineyards and magnificent architecture to rival its more famous neighbour Tuscany.

The capital Perugia is a university town whose cobbled centre houses medieval art, steep streets and shops selling locally made chocolate. It also hosts a jazz festival, while the annual Festival of the Two Worlds is in Spoleto, a town with a hilltop castle and well-preserved Roman theatre.

Remains of a Roman theatre are also in walled Gubbio, one of Italy’s best-preserved medieval towns. North-east, Città di Castello has excellent galleries and a church visible for miles around. The same is true of the Basilica of St Francis in Assisi, dedicated to the saint who lived in poverty. Ironically, this hillside town has one of the few 5-star Umbria hotels.

Foligno has a peaceful river and further south Terni is near the multi-level Marmore waterfalls. Orvieto on a sheer escarpment to the north-west houses the jewel in the Umbrian crown – a fantastic cathedral with a gold-mosaic façade.

To the north, jutting into Lake Trasimeno on a piece of land that was once an island, is Castiglione del Lago. In the east, tranquil Norcia in the foothills of the Monti Sibillini National Park houses some of the many Umbria hotels in the countryside on Booking.com.