For a budget-conscious traveler to Valencia there are 28 options for consideration, including Ad Hoc Monumental and 7 Moons Bed & Breakfast. Hostal Moratin apartment is an affordable choice that will put you within a 5-minute walk of the center. To stay in a hostel close to Jardines de Monforte, book a room at Colegio Mayor La Concepcion with rates from 71US$ per night. Albergue Juvenil Colegio Mayor Galileo Galilei is a humble choice with a rooftop terrace, a patio and billiards situated a 20-minute walk from Ayora metro station.
- Price: low to high
- Price: high to low
- Guest rating: high to low
- Popularity: high to low
- Pricefrom low to highfrom high to low
- Popularityfrom high to low
- Guest ratingfrom high to low
Where to stay in Valencia?
Best cheap hotels in Valencia
Valencia airports & Subway stations
To be near Valencia airport, try Travelodge Valencia Aeropuerto, which comes with a golf course and a Jacuzzi. If you don't want to travel by car while in Valencia, choose a hotel near one of the metro stations, such as Hostal Venecia 1350 feet from Xàtiva metro station. Remain flexible during your stay and consider a hotel close to Norte railroad station, such as Vincci Lys and Sweet Hotel Continental, situated only a 5-minute walk from the station.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
If you like hustle and bustle of the city center, pick The River Hostel with rates from 32US$ or Cosy Rooms Tapineria where prices start at 111US$. Travelers to Valencia that are willing to stay in a centrally situated area can choose B&B Hi Valencia Canovas. If you're planning a family trip to Valencia consider a stay at Patacona Green Flats apartment in Malvarrosa Beach district which features an indoor swimming pool, a rooftop terrace and a swimming pool.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Valencia
For a luxury hotel in Valencia, choose Medium Valencia, the 4-star hotel set in Quatre Carreres district. Jardin Botanico Hotel Boutique is a charming 3-star boutique hotel that offers a picnic area, a sauna and a Jacuzzi. If these hotels aren't what you're looking for, try Casual Vintage Valencia or Casual Valencia Del Cine to benefit from reliable service and be close to Jardi del Turia.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Hostal El Cid is a comfy apartment in the very center of Valencia, which is a marvelous choice for those who prefer home-like atmosphere and perks of the central location. There are 82 B&B options in Valencia, including Apartamentos Fv Flats Valencia - San Felipe Neri and Welcomer Apartments Valencia. Ilunion Valencia 3 is a great family hotel with a sauna, a Jacuzzi and a seasonal outdoor pool, which has beautiful views over the mountain. For travelers who would like to observe a scenic view of the city, we offer to pick Nh Ciudad De Valencia near Mestalla Stadium, which is a popular resort in Valencia.
City Guide: Discover the best of Valencia
Valencia is a city to go barhopping all night.
Valencia is the right destination to gain new experiences at parties, which are thrown from Monday to Sunday. It's up to you how to spend your night from sipping draft beer in local bar and watching football to wow-worthy dances in clubs. Valencia can offer you all of these.
You can discover more about how to relax in Valencia on your trip there. Your stay in Valencia can be easy with Booked.net. At our website you can find all hotels from cheap offers to luxury Valencia hotels all listed with maps, photos and secure forms at Booked.net.
What really sets Valencia apart is Valencia itself. This is a city of Spain, but at the same time it’s far from it. While in Spain speaks Spanish, Valencia has its own local dialect – Valenciano, and when Spain sleeps, in Valencia locals are only beginning to wake up for a night life that starts really late. And during the day tourists usually burn energy on guided tours of the city. Attractions include;
- City of Arts and Science, concentrated with Science Museum, a Planetarium, an IMAX cinema, an Aquarium and, in the near future, the Arts Museum
- The Barri del Carme, an old center perfect for strolls
- The Seu, a cathedral with doors from three distinct architectural periods
- The Llotja, a building of the ancient local silk trade and today UNESCO landmark
Anyway, Valencia is more than good clubs and concentration of landmarks, but history.
Founded by the Romans, Valencia was captured by James I of Argon in 1238 and in a few years became the Kingdom of Valencia with all features of legislative privileges. By the 15th century it became one of the major economic powers on the Mediterranean and during its Golden Age Valencia saw splendor in the arts at the hands of Joanot Martorell, the author of the first European modern novel - Tirant lo Blanc.
Today Valencia is no less prosperous, but in business with focus on metallurgy, chemicals, textiles, shipbuilding and brewing. Regardless of its image as a workers' city, Valencia attracted five million tourists in 2005, making tourism one of main business fields in Valencia.
Even though the industrial boom reshaped Valencia as a city with an awkward face it still retains its charm with beautiful shores and scenic views. Your experience of Valencia depends on how deeply you immerse yourself in it, Booked.net can set you on the right path by assuring you a comfortable stay there.