Valencia Hotels Range from Cheap Chic to Designer Deluxe

Valencia has many stylish characterful places to stay to suit all tastes and budgets, both in the centre and by the beach.

As Spain’s third largest city, Valencia has undergone a sparkling revamp in the last decade, and now rivals Madrid and Barcelona in the style stakes. A new crop of design-led hotels is emerging to cater for the hip visitors Valencia is now attracting.


Plaza de la Virgen

Top Hotel Locations in Valencia

For shopping, sightseeing and nightlife, the city centre is the most convenient. Look for hotels near the Plaza de la Virgen, the Plaza del Ayuntamiento and the Plaza de la Reina. A cluster of hotels has sprung up around the City of Arts and Sciences. If visiting in summer, you might want to be by the beach and the Port America’s Cup marina, so opt for one of the hotels along the seafront.

Hospes Palau de la MarHospes Palau de la Mar

Just a five minute walk from the Jardí del Túria park, and near the smartest boutiques and within walking distance from the City of Arts and Sciences, this is a minimalist haven concealed in a late-19th century palatial building built around a beautiful courtyard. A favourite with celebrities and fashionistas, who you might spot in the cocktail bar, finess room or in the sensuous spa.

Navarro Reverter 14, +34 963 162884




Petit Palace Bristol1Petit Palace Bristol

A boutique hotel with 43 rooms, the Petit Palace has an unbeatable location in the city centre near the Plaza del Ayuntamiento and the main shopping area. Rooms have a simple elegance, decorated in black and white with splashes of red, and there is a stylish bar in the lobby ideal for starting, and also ending your night out.

L’Abadia de San Martín 3, +34 963 945100


hostal_antigua_morellana_valenciaAntigua Morellana

This is one of those really useful little hotels that you are always looking for but rarely find. Not luxurious, granted; but simple and stylish with all the basics and none of the frills – and more importantly, with rates that don’t bust the budget. The location in the heart of the old town is handy for sightseeing, shopping, restaurants and nightlife.

En Bou 2, +34 963 915773



silken hotel valenciaSilken Puerta Valencia

The minimalist style of this 157-room hotel is alleviated by the creative designs on the windows by leading graphic artist Javier Mariscal. Near the City of Arts and Sciences, halfway between the centre and the beach, there is also a fashionable restaurant.

Cardenal Benlloch 28, +34 963 936395



Las Arenas valenciaLas Arenas

Feel like a bit of glamour in your life? Just sashay through the vast marble lobby and stop off for a cocktail at the bar, which is usually packed with a glamorous sailing crowd. Built in a grand, neo-Grecian style, Las Arenas. overlooks the beach alongside Port America’s Cup and offers five-star luxury with a lavish spa and huge outdoor pool.

Eugenia Viñes 22-24, +34 963 120600,


hotel-marina-atarazanas-valenciaMarina Atarazanas

Get in the Valencia groove by sipping a drink on the hip roof terrace of this minimalist, mid-range hotel which is fashionably situated just opposite Port America’s Cup. This is part of a cool new chain of edited luxury hotels, where the emphasis is on the chic design that contemporary travellers want, while boldly sweeping away superfluous, outdated details to keep rates at a reasonable level. .

Plaza Tribunal de Aguas 5, +34 963 203010


About The Author

Born in the UK to an English mother and Spanish father, Amancay relocated to her father's home town of Alboraya in 2010. She moved to the centre of Valencia in 2012, where she works as a real estate agent selling properties to expats from the Northern European countries.

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