Florence

31 Aug 2019 - 1 Sep 2019

2 guests - 1 room

Whether you're visiting for a conference or to tackle the Pecan Trail, you can find the best deals for hotels in Florence, South Carolina with Skyscanner.

Hotels in Florence: what to see and do

Florence, South Carolina sits at the intersection of the I-20 and I-95 roads, making it a handy stop-over option during an East Coast road trip. It might be small town, but Florence South Carolina has plenty to see and do. Theatrical events and concerts often take place at the Francis Marion University Performing Arts Centre and the Florence Little Theatre. The SC Revolutionary Rivers Trail is worth checking out, as is the local SC Pecan Trail. If that's not enough to get you out of your Florence hotel, there's plenty to see and do in the wider Pee Dee region too.

The best places to stay in Florence

Most hotels in Florence are clustered around the exits of the I-20 and I-95 motorways. Hotels near Florence Civic Centre are popular, and a good option if you're visiting for a conference or a concert. There are numerous budget and mid-range hotels near Florence Civic Centre. There's a strip of cheap hotels, inns and motels just off I-95 on West Lucas Street. There are very few hotels in Florence SC city centre, with one boutique hotel just off Irby Street.

The best hotels in Florence with amenities

Whether you're looking for hotels in Florence with car parking or motels with a fantastic Wi-Fi connection, filtering your results to find the best hotels in Florence South Carolina is easy. Our filters also show you the cheapest prices for your dates, so you can find the best hotels at the best prices. Spa hotels in Florence are ideal if you have a sore back after a long day of road tripping, while hotels in Florence with swimming pools make exercising on the road easier (and pleasurable). Some hotels in Florence have their own barbecues, perfect if you want to give American cooking a go.

Discover the Pee Dee region with hotels in Florence

Hotels in Florence, South Carolina are ideally placed for exploring the Pee Dee region. There are three state parks to visit nearby, with hiking, mountain biking, horse riding and kayaking to keep you occupied. Public transport isn't great, so it's best to book car hire in Florence to really make the most of the surrounding area. Most hotels in Florence have car parking, as they're right next to the motorway.

Getting around with well-connected hotels in Florence

You don't need a car to get around Florence, South Carolina. Buses are available, connecting most of the towns in Florence County and the Pee Dee. There's also a Downtown Connect shuttle which runs between the Civic Centre hotels and the downtown area. These shuttles start at 5:30pm and end at night (10:30pm on most nights, and 11:30pm on Fridays). This is a fantastic option if you fancy heading out for dinner and drinks after your conference.

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Member reviews (9)
Tilly
TillySan Luis Obispo
26/08/2016

Although it's not considered a big city, it is a growing city and one of the bigger cities in South Carolina. With many chained restaurants popping up and as one of the pit stops to Myrtle Beach, many visit here for lunch or dinner before continuing their way to the beach. Southern hospitality is at its best here. Everyone is very nice. Stay near the Magnolia Mall if you plan to visit. It has a lot newer hotels with shopping and restaurants close by.

alyx stewart
alyx stewartRiverside
20/06/2014

I lived in Florence for 10 years now, and I can tell you that Florence is a great place to shop, but not a great place to live for a long time. Florence a great starting place to go visit charleston or savanna, but not a great place to live a long time.

Leigh Virkus
Leigh VirkusPittsford
06/01/2017

I stayed in Florence South Carolina at a nice Hampton Inn just off of route 95 on my way to Florida. It was a pleasant place and would not hesitate to return.

Tritney Wright
Tritney WrightDarlington
31/03/2017

Lovely home with my baby girl

FAQs

The least expensive month is August, with an average of £57 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Florence is July, with an average price of £78 per night.
The average price of a hotel in August last year was £60 per night. This is 11% less than the average nightly price of £67 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Florence, the expected average temperature in August is 27.0°C/80.7°F. The warmest month is typically July, which averages 32.4°C/90.3°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 1.2°C/34.2°F.
The nearest airport to Florence is Florence (FLO) (2.22 miles).

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