Cheap Hotels in Valencia
Featuring free WiFi, Colors Rooms is in the heart of the Old Town of Valencia, in Barrio del Carmen neighbourhood. Buses to Las Arenas Beach are 5 minutes’ walk away. With wooden floors and colorful walls, air-conditioned rooms at Colors Rooms have a private bathroom with a shower, hairdryer, and free toiletries, as well as heating, a fan and a small fridge. Bed linen and towels are provided free of charge. Guests will find many bars, restaurants, pubs and clubs in the surrounding streets. There are also supermarkets nearby. Color Rooms has motorbike rental service available for guests. The City of Arts and Sciences of Valencia is 4 km away from the guest house. Túria Metro Station is 13 minutes’ walk away and a 15-minute drive will take you to Valencia Airport.
Pensión Moratin offers accommodation with free Wi-Fi and is 80 metres from Valencia’s main square, Plaza del Ayuntamiento. All rooms feature a fan. Some rooms come with a shower and sink in the room and have access to shared toilet facilities, while others have a private bathroom. Towels and bed linen are provided. The family-run Moratin is 5 minutes’ walk from Valencia Nord Train Station and Xàtiva Metro Station, which offer direct connections to the airport. Thanks to its central location there are many cafés, bars and restaurants within a 5-minute walk. Valencia Cathedral is 550 metres away, while City of Arts & Sciences is 2.5 km from the guest house. The nearest airport is Valencia Airport, 9 km from Pensión Moratin.
This guest house is located in the heart of Valencia, opposite the central market and a 2-minute walk from the Lonja. The Hostal Bisbal offers free WiFi in all areas. Hostal Bisbal offers simple rooms with an en-suite bathroom. There is a 24-hour front desk. There are excellent public transport links, with bus stops and 2 metro stations nearby. The Town Hall and the Cathedral are a short walk away. The nightlife in the Barrio del Carmen is also only metres away.
Just 150 metres from Valencia’s Lonja de la Seda Silk Exchange, Palau de Palomar offers modern apartments overlooking the old town’s charming streets. They are set in a restored building, which maintains its marble staircase and a patio with original 18th-century murals. Palau de Palomar apartments are spacious and have stylish décor. The living room has a sofa and a flat-screen TV, while the kitchen comes with a microwave, fridge, an electric hob, toaster and a coffee maker. Free WiFi is provided. The apartments are set in Valencia’s Barrio del Carmen district, 150 metres from Plaza de la Reina and 300 metres from Valencia Cathedral. There is a range of bars and restaurants nearby. Estación del Norte Railway Station is just 700 metres from the apartments. You can reach the famous City of Arts and Sciences in 20 minutes by bus.
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Hotels in Valencia
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Bursting with Mediterranean exuberance, miles of beach, great shops and luxurious Valencia hotels, this city has earned its global status. Valencia really does have something for everyone, with its museums, parks and beaches. The nightlife echoes its cultural heartbeat, as does the local gastronomy. One of Europe's largest farmers' markets can be found here, amidst the otherworldly architecture and historic centre of this beautiful city.
Located in the city centre is the Central Market building. High ceilings and beautiful stained-glass windows make it a perfect setting for the traditional market to which it plays host. Here you can buy and sample the local organic produce and learn why people who live here shop every day. Both exciting and colourful, it's a real feast for the eyes and a must-experience for foodies.
Cycle through Turia Park and visit the marvellous building that is The City of the Arts and Sciences - three floors of multilingual exhibits, interactions and live scientific experiments. The building alone makes for fantastic photo opportunities with its incredible architecture and sheer beauty. Here you'll definitely find something to excite the whole family.
Visit the Oceanographic Aquarium and see the fantastic colour of nature with Valencia's beauty in the background. Split into sea sections and different habitats, there are some amazing creatures from all over the world to be seen here. There are regular dolphin, penguin and sea-lion shows, a shark tunnel to keep you entertained and plenty of food kiosks for when you need to take a break.
Take a pleasant stroll through Antiguo Cauce del Rio Turia, a stunning park that goes on for miles. After the River Turia changed its course, the dry river bed became home to gardens, sports pitches, bars and cafes, which both tourists and locals adore. There's plenty for the kids to do, including a play area and a racetrack. And there's always something on the calendar for the adults, from exhibitions to wine fairs. Grab a bike and explore it all.
Restaurants, pubs and nightlife
With Valencia being the birthplace of paella, you'll never struggle to find a delicious meal. Los Arcos Steakhouse is highly recommended in Valencia, a BBQ and grill eatery serving gorgeous Mediterranean and Argentinian food. Or you could share a platter at Novarro, a well-priced restaurant serving beautifully cooked fish dishes with freshly cooked chips, all highly praised.
Valencia is famous throughout Spain for its lively nightlife. Spread over several zones, each with its own character, you'll understand why they party here from Monday to Sunday. Carmen is located in the Old Town and boasts an alternative, bohemian scene. Multilingual and diverse, this club is a great starting point. For a more Latino vibe visit the bars and clubs of Juan Llorens, or simply enjoy the beach and port nightlife at Playa for a truly blissful night out under the stars.
Frequently asked questions about Hotels in Valencia
Which hotels are the most popular ones to stay at in Valencia?The best hotels to stay in Valencia are Sercotel Sorolla Palace Hotel, Hotel Zenit Valencia and Hotel Valencia Center.
What is the lowest price for a double room in Valencia?The lowest price for a double room in Valencia is £26.
If I want to stay in the center of Valencia, which hotels shall I consider?If you want to stay near the center of Valencia, you can consider staying at One Shot Palacio Reina Victoria 04 Hotel, Venecia Plaza Centro Hotel and Pensión Moratin.
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