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Luxuriate in our hotel in Valencia

Luxuriate in our hotel in Valencia, a bustling city of flowers and fallas and the capital of the Community of Valencia. It is in the east of the Iberian Peninsula, forming part of the gulf of Valencia with 470 kilometres of coastline, and is one of Spain's main outlets to the Mediterranean. Situated at 340 kilometres from Madrid and to the south of Barcelona, the destination has an excellent seaport and airport with good connections to the Balearic Islands.

Valencia attends many fairs and conferences in Europe. The city is a constant hive of commercial and cultural activity tending towards the avant-garde, and is a great international design centre with a wide agenda of films, music, theatre, museums and any number of cultural activities that make the hotels in Valencia the best choice for a uniquely attractive coastal destination.

Valencia is famous for the festival of the Fallas and floats that fill the streets with light, colour and creativity. It is a city overlooking a wide sea with mountains in the background and scenery that invites you to look around all the interesting places near the hotels in Valencia. Walls marked by the passage of centuries and history to the famous Arts and Sciences Centre.  

There are breathtaking beaches in Canet den Berenguer, where all the sports and water activities are within reach of the hotels in Valencia. Relax by the sea and enjoy a Valencian paella on La Malvarrosa and Levante beaches; breathe in the nature of the south on Playa del Saler and the L'Albufera nature reserve; go to the beaches at Gandía, Oliva and Cullera, or travel to the interior of the province along the river Turia and the charming towns of Xátive, Requena and Buñpl. All this awaits you plus a wide range of accommodation in Valencia consisting of avant-garde hotels in this glorious city.

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If you stay in our hotels in Valencia you should know: :


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It is recommended to take out travel insurance for faster attention.


Valencia has a mild, typically Mediterranean climate, with an average annual temperature above 17ºC. The minimum temperature is 7ºC and the maximum goes above 20ºC.

Health care

Health care can be obtained from:

  • Hospital General Universitario- Hospital General de Valencia Av. Tres Cruces, 2, 46014 Valencia- 961 972 000
  • Hospital 9 de Octubre- Avenida Valle de la Ballestera 59 – 46015 Valencia- 96 346 00 00
  • Hospital de La Malvarrosa- Isabel de Villena 2 - 46011 Valencia 96 371 31 11
  • Hospital Universitario La Fe- Avenida de Campanar 21 - 46009 Valencia 96 386 27 00

Useful telephone numbers:

  • Prefix: (+34)960
  • Emergencies: 112
  • Ambulance: (34) 963 677 375
  • National Police: 091
  • Guardia Civil: 062
  • Fire service: 080/085

The official currency in Spain is the euro.


The official time in Spain is UTC +1, Madrid, Berlin.


Valencia has a population of 792,303. 


The official languages are Valencian, spoken in the Community of Valencia, and Spanish, the official language of Spain.

What can you visit from hotels in Valencia

The hotels in Valencia together with the climate and attractive leisure and cultural activities, enable you to get to know an avant-garde city with the most beautiful coastline and beaches with the best fun on the whole of the eastern Mediterranean coast.

The Valencia coast has 19.5 kilometres of beaches where there are catering services and accommodation and you can do all kinds of water sports. The stunning beaches near to the hotels in Valencia have something for everyone. In the north are the urban beaches of La Malvarosa and Cabanyal; in the south there are the magnificent beaches of Pinedo and L`Arbre del Gos, la Garrofera, el Saler, la Devesa (the only undeveloped one in the municipality), set inside the La Albufera nature reserve, and Perelllonet- Recati beach.

It is a 50-minute journey from the hotels in Valencia for those wishing to go and see some of the best beaches in the Community of Valencia and relax on the beaches of Castellón, such as the Playa Norte in Peñíscola; or go a few kilometres further to the splendid beaches of Alicante, like Granadella beach in Jávea, ideal for diving; also the beaches at Guardamar del Segura, Levante beach in Benidorm, Playa Norte in Gandía and Playa del Faro de Cullera in Los Olivos.

The city's Roman origins have given way to an avant-garde destination holding superb hotels in Valencia for an outstanding experience the Arts and Sciences Centre of Europe.

A walk around Valencia to admire the architectural heritage that has shaped the face of the city becomes a pleasant journey into the past with a modern look. The route starts at your hotel in Valencia and goes to the mainly Gothic cathedral which also has the El Miguelete tower with magnificent views over the city; then to the Basílica de la Virgen de los Desamparados, and a few metres further on you will see the Real Convento de Santo Domingo; the mediaeval wall is a civil construction and can been at the former gates to the city, together with the Torres de Quart and Torres de Serranos towers; the churches in the old town are very interesting; the Gothic buildings, especially the Palau de la Generalitat and the Lonja de la Seda silk exchange, declared a World Heritage site; the Mercado Central and Mercado de Colón markets and the Estación del Norte station are in the Modernist style.

The museums near your hotel in Valencia are hallmarks of the avant-garde and their specific activity, as shown by the futuristic complex of the Arts and Sciences Centre; the Valencian Institute of Modern Art (IVAM) and its new galleries; the San Pío V Fine Arts Museum with its collections of early Valencian artists, archaeological items and sculptures; the Patriarca Museum with pictures from the 16th and 17th centuries by Juan de Juanes, El Greco and early Flemish artists; The González Martí National Ceramics and Sumptuous Arts Museum with a large collection of Manises, Paterna and Alcora ceramics; the Fallas Museum and the Museum of Falla Artists show the festive character of the Valencians. 

To make the most of your stay in your hotel in Valencia, the climate and its long coastline, there is a wide variety of marine sports, such as jetskis and watercraft, sailing and windsurfing. It is also famous in Spain and internationally for golf, with four large courses open all year round and in splendid settings near to the hotels in Valencia.

Valencia is a destination with the glorious Mediterranean Sea and beautiful scenery with attractive places to visit that are ideal for a trip to the outskirts of the city. One route is to start at La Huerta with its traditional country dwellings of mud-covered huts and farmsteads; go along the canals at La Albufera; visit La Dehesa and Sagunto, with its Roman amphitheatre and huge mediaeval castle; and end with a bike ride along the paths in the nature reserve for an unforgettable experience during your stay in your hotel in Valencia.

Find out about the culture and leisure activities from your hotels in Valencia

Our hotels in Valencia are the ideal choice from which to explore a city originating with the Romans in 138 BC, first called Valentia and giving rise to this impressive area where you can immerse yourself in its great historical and artistic heritage and soak up its strong traditions and typical gastronomy. 
Chief among the appetising creations of Valencian cuisine are paellas based on rice, chicken, snails and vegetables, or paella marinera, based on seafood. During your stay in your hotel in Valencia you can enjoy top quality vegetables and really fresh fish while pampering yourself with a good wine; or spend a pleasant evening with traditional sponge Fartons dipped into a glass of horchata from Alboraya.
A feature of the area are the festivals and folklore as seen in the impressive processions through the streets to the sound of music and waving of banners, while the sky is brightly coloured by fireworks. The most important festival is the Fallas of San José lasting for 4 days and 4 nights, with cardboard creations showcasing art in Valencia and bonfires lighting up the city on 19 March while everyone has a splendid time.
Processions, traditional costumes, dancing, good food, bullfights and stunning fireworks are all part of the various festivals that are an identifying feature of Valencia. There also many cultural and leisure activities, including festivals, concerts and events held throughout the year.
Nights in Valencia are very lively with music and dancing. In the urban areas near the hotels in Valencia are many pubs, discos and venues everywhere in the old town from the district of El Carmen, Avenida Aragón, Avenida Blasco Ibáñez, Plazas de Cánovas, Xúquer and Honduras squares to the promenade of Playa de Malvarrosa. Some of the most famous discos in Spain are spread along the beaches leading from Valencia to Cullera.
Valencia is well-known for its hand-crafted items and attractive displays in the city's shop windows. Crochet, Manises pottery, fans and many other articles from the area can be bought in the old town of Ciutat Vella, around Colón, in street markets and shopping centres close to the hotels in Valencia.

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