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Florence Hotel & Travel Guide

A place where angel oaks intermingle with giant arching plantation trees and sabal palmettos isn’t just a picture in a coffee table book. The place you’re looking at is Florence, South Carolina, and yes, friend, it’s real enough. It’s a town whose revitalized downtown district, especially the historic area, will have you wandering the streets looking for newly grown tobacco leaves—you’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time. But fear not, wise wanderer—we won’t make you stay in a tent or beneath the stars, unless that’s what you want. When staying in one of our lovely Florence hotels, you’ll revel in modern amenities against the backdrop of small-town charm.

Visiting Florence

As you consider where to stay in Florence, remember, there’s something about beginning a new day surrounded by nature. Gentle birdsong, the sight of clouds sailing across the sky, long grass bending in the breeze—it clears your mind and resets a tired spirit. Wake up on the southwest side of the city and take a stroll through Jeffries Creek Park, where moss-covered trees arch overhead like a natural green awning, watching you meander along trails that follow a slow-flowing creek. Have a seat in the covered picnic area and don’t be surprised if you’re joined by ducks gliding in and out of the water in search of their next meal. Close your eyes, take a deep breath, and let the rising sun warm you for the rest of day.

Do you have a need for speed and the gleam of vintage chrome? Take an easy drive over to Darlington Raceway (commonly referred to by racing fans and drivers as “The Lady in Black”), and wander through their stock car museum. Few places in the country allow you to walk through the history of one of America’s most beloved pastimes. You can almost hear the rumbling engines of some of the rigs on display. An oddly satisfying sound, perhaps because it conveys the kind of gritty hard work you appreciate when the powers of both human and machine unite.

Food & Drink

The rumors are true: South Carolina barbecue is scrumptious and tangy, and the Pee Dee region—of which Florence is a hub—is famous for this smoked delight. When you get a bite of slowly smoked pork smothered in sauce, you’ll notice a little kick. Yes, traveler, that’s the marriage of mustard and red pepper, and it gives the region’s barbecue its signature spice and earthiness. Complement these flavors with creamy shrimp and grits or go full surf-and-turf by starting your meal with frogmore stew. You’ll find plenty of dining options near downtown along East Palmetto Street.

Are you ready to experience what down-home southern comfort is truly all about? Book yourself a stay at one of Travelocity’s cheap hotels in Florence and become one with the natural beauty of “The Palmetto State.” With our price-matching guarantee, we promise that you’ll find the best price here or we’ll match it and make up the difference.

All you need to know about hotels in Florence 

Where can I find cheap hotels in Florence?


At Travelocity, you’ll find really nice hotels in Florence at great prices. We source incredible prices with our trusted partners, so you have a tempting selection of cheap hotels to choose from. If you can be flexible on dates and location—maybe stay at a hotel near Florence rather than in Florence—we may find you even better rates, too.


How do I find the best Florence hotel deals?


Simple! On Travelocity, look through the fantastic offers we’ve already found in Florence then use our filters to find a great deal that’s perfect for you. Enter your travel dates, select the number of rooms you need, and we’ll do the rest. You can get great discounts on flights and car hire, too, when you bundle.


How much does it cost to stay in a hotel in Florence?


The cheapest hotel in Florence is $52 per night, and we have hotels to suit every budget and every taste. Of course, the price you pay depends on your dates of travel, the length of your stay, and the hotel’s location. Prices and availability are subject to change. Additional terms may apply.


How many hotels are in Florence?


There are 131 hotels in Florence on Travelocity. Out of reviews, the average rating for Florence hotels is 0.0.


What are the best hotels in Florence?


Florence has so many great hotels to choose from at Travelocity—and it’s so easy to find the perfect one. Just choose one of our popular pre-selected hotels with great reviews, or you can refine your search to build your ideal stay. Simply filter hotels based on price or star rating, or select properties with a pool, a hot tub, or a range of other amenities and pick the best place to stay in Florence for you!.


When is the best time to visit Florence?


If you want the joy of a fun-filled trip in peak season, visit Florence during July, August, June. If you’d prefer the peace of off-season, book a stay during quieter months, such as December, November, October.


When is the cheapest time to stay in Florence?


Our data shows September is usually the cheapest month to visit Florence. However, we have incredible deals all year round, so we’re confident you’ll find a room in your budget whenever you choose to travel.


Are there any great family-friendly hotels in Florence?


There are multiple hotels in Florence that will please the whole family. You need adjoining rooms, baby-sitting services or a swimming pool? We got you covered. Use our family filter to narrow your search down and use guest reviews to help you pick the perfect place for your next family trip to Florence. We have plenty of kids-friendly hotels in Florence to choose from on Travelocity!


Why book a hotel in Florence through Travelocity?


Because we have at the top hotels in Florence! We want to help you travel more and worry less. That’s why we’ve put the most amazing hotel, car rental, and flight deals in one place. When you search for hotels with us, you know you’re getting fantastic prices with no hidden fees and free cancellation on most properties up to 24 hours before your stay. If you become a Travelocity member, you also get exclusive member discounts. Sign up today!


How do I cancel my hotel booking in Florence on Travelocity?


Canceling your booking with Travelocity is easy. Sign into your account and select My Trips. Here, you will see your cancellation options. We offer free cancellation on many properties.


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