The Best Hotels to Book in Valencia, Spain for Every Traveller

Whether you're a foodie, night owl or architecture buff, there's a hotel Valencia intends for you
Whether you're a foodie, night owl or architecture buff, there's a hotel Valencia intends for you | Courtesy of Vincci Mercat Hotel / Expedia
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2 December 2020
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Spain’s third city is a lively, youthful metropolis which trades on its standout food and beaches. For somewhere to stay while you enjoy them, these are the best hotels in Valencia, bookable on Culture Trip.

A big city with a big heart, Valencia is famous for its food – like the legendary paella – and festivals. The Roman architecture of the Old Town contrasts with Santiago Calatrava’s otherworldly modernism at the City of Arts and Sciences. This port city buzzes with trade, tourism and business – but its beaches are where everyone goes to relax at the weekend.

Ramirez Flats and Bar

Double bed in white-toned room with wall-mounted spotlights at Ramirez Flats & Bar
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This hipster hangout is the kind of hotel Valencia’s cool crowd like to visit, so you know it’s going to be good. The throngs come to its Ramirez Bar to enjoy forward-facing tapas, like spinach and quinoa croquetas (Spain’s grandmas will be turning in their graves). So, if you like to congregate with the cognoscenti, this is the place. The effortlessly cool “flats” above include all mod cons, like bijou kitchens and sofas, making this a very enjoyable place to stay.

Hotel Cosmo

Two black cushioned seats by a table on a terrace outside a room at Hotel Cosmo
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Impressive interiors, which are far beyond what many people even have at home, mark out this quality design hotel. With white walls and gold accents, this chic hotel sits in the heart of Valencia, close to City Hall and the Central Market. Book their top restaurant downstairs for a casual dinner – plus the breakfast eggs are a must-have.

Opera House Valencia B&B

Two ajadcent single beds in room with cushioned chair and pot plant at Opera House Valencia B&B
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If you’re an active person, the Opera House B&B is perfect. In summer, an outdoor pool is perfect for lengths. During the rest of the year, you can go running in the next-door park, which stretches along the former Turia River bed. Inside, the Opera House features warm, neutral decor in its rooms as well as a continental breakfast each morning.

City Garden B&B

Outdoor communal area at City Garden B&B, with shaded tables, chairs and soft seating
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Cities like Valencia can be overwhelming, but respite comes in the form of shaded gardens. If you love foliage and the outdoors, then City Garden’s terrace, decked out with trailing plants and cute potted plants, will elevate the spirits. Don’t miss a glass of the famous Valencia orange juice out here at breakfast time – they also serve other seasonal Spanish fruits.

Caro Hotel

Light brown exterior of Caro Hotel, with the main entrance doors lit up inside
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History oozes from every pore of the Caro Hotel – the 12th-century Arabian tower, Gothic walls, Roman basement – all come together with modern design touches to create a one-off luxury hotel that will impress. Every room is unique with wooden beams, rustic stone walls and sleek minimal furnishings. It’s all topped off with the Michelin-star Sucede restaurant, developed by El Bulli alumnus Miguel Ángel Mayor – it’s famous for its local eels.

Cantagua Hostel

Two men talk while one sits by a laptop in communal area with many wooden and cushioned seats at Cantagua Hostel
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If you like it lively, there’s no better neighbourhood to call home than Ruzafa. Cantagua is a great value hostel right in the thick of the action here, with numerous bars, cafés and live music venues all around. Inside, there are cosy mixed and female-only dorms. You can hire bikes from reception to explore the city.

Hotel Hospes Palau de la Mar

Two windowside sofas with a table in between in a suite at Hotel Hospes Palau de la Mar; double bed in room behind
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This 19th-century palace has the wow factor. Set on one of Valencia’s premier boulevards, Navarro Reverter, it has been converted into a high-end hotel that dazzles from the moment you enter the huge lobby with its grand staircase. Architecture buffs will enjoy exploring the nooks of the building and bedding down in the large rooms replete with original features. The Bodyna spa – including a sauna and pool – rounds the hotel off in a luxurious manner.

Hotel Helen Berger Boutique Hotel

Double bed, three mirrors, TV, desk and chair in room at Hotel Helen Berger Boutique Hotel
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Refined design hotel Helen Berger brings chic rooms and playful public spaces to the cool La Seu neighbourhood. If you like art and design, you’ll be in your element inside the hotel, plus there are classy boutiques and bars nearby. Unsurprisingly, their Instagram feed is lively, with plenty of social media cool cats checking in here and taking photos of the delectable cuisine. Think steak with chimichurri sauce and red tuna poke bowls.

Vincci Mercat Hotel

Rooftop pool area at Vincci Mercat Hotel, with city views, plus steps up to pool and steps down to it alongside a handrail
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For a hotel in Valencia that offers real highs, try the Vincci Mercat Hotel and its cloud-skimming rooftop terrace and pool. If you want to mix a city break with “fly and flop” relaxation, this is exactly the place to do it. A central Valencia location near the Old Town’s market on Carrer de la Llanterna, masculine dark decor and a late bar complete this picture.

Still not found your perfect stay? Read our guide to the best beach hotels in Valencia, then book your stay on Culture Trip. To discover great budget-friendly hotel options, check out our guide to the best cheap hotels in Valencia, Spain, bookable on Culture Trip.

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