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Barceló Valencia

4/5

3064 reviews


Opposite the City of Arts and Sciences
Ideal for business or leisure trips
Ultra-comfortable B-Rooms
Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
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A getaway in Valencia means encountering centuries-old traditions, flavours that have transcended the borders of this city and surprising contrasts that make it clear that modernity and tradition are completely compatible. These features are widely found in the diverse selection of hotels in Valencia. There is accommodation to meet the needs of all types of travellers, who will find culture, fun, cuisine and much more. The city has more than 30 museums, a spectacular urban beach, a nature reserve and a festive atmosphere that goes beyond the famous Fallas—and these are just some of the hallmarks of Valencia.

Main places of interest in Valencia

It’s the major city on the Turia, a river that carved out a vast space of gardens; the city is perfect for exploring both by bicycle and on foot. In fact, it’s fairly common to find hotels in Valencia that offer rental services, giving guests the chance to experience the city from a new perspective.

Whatever your choose, any visit to the city isn’t complete without a visit to the Carmen district, where you’ll find the remnants of the Arabic walls and the two gothic doors that once served as the access point to the city: the Torres de Serranos and the Torres de Quart. In this central neighbourhood, you’ll find other emblematic buildings such as the Lonja de la Seda (Silk Exchange), which is located in the Plaza del Mercado, the Plaza Redonda and the Mercado Central.

This historic route continues along the Plaza de la Virgin, the city’s historic centre. This square was at one time home to the Roman forum, and now hosts the Valencia Cathedral and its popular Miguelete Bell Tower. Nowadays, this square is also the epicentre of Las Fallas, the city’s most important festival. Every year on 17 and 18 March, a spectacular floral offering is made to the Virgin here. Moving toward the coast to try the most typical Valencian dishes is the perfect way to end the visit. The beach bars on Malvarrosa Beach are meeting points for both locals and visitors alike, especially on Sundays. It’s the perfect day to enjoy a good paella by the sea.

Hotels that reflect the innovative character of Valencia

Valencia can boast of being at the forefront of Spanish cities in terms of its investment in modernisation. For proof of this investment in culture and innovation, look no further than the colossal City of Arts and Sciences. This complex is not just a centre of knowledge and art—it’s the perfect setting to take some of the most representative photos of the city. It’s also been the backdrop for important cinematographic productions on an international scale, thanks to its unique architecture. Its buildings, along with its cultural and leisure options, reflect the smooth transformation the city has been experiencing in the last few decades.

There is a perfect harmony between development and tradition, which can be seen at any hotel next to the City of Arts and Sciences. In addition to their strategic location and excellent transport connections with the rest of the city, these hotels in Valencia have the most exclusive features in the city. Soundproofed rooms, free Wi-Fi, spectacular views of the most modern part of Valencia from a privileged terrace, swimming pool, fitness studio, room for facial and body treatments, spa circuits, and more. All of this located in a perfect location both for travellers here on business and those in Valencia for pleasure.

Things to see and do in Valencia