The Best Hotels in Valladolid for Every Traveller

Before settling in your hotel for the night, make sure to stroll by the impressive Plaza Mayor in Valladolid, Spain
Before settling in your hotel for the night, make sure to stroll by the impressive Plaza Mayor in Valladolid, Spain | © Tim Moore / Alamy Stock Photo
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Desk Editor17 December 2020

The Spanish city of Valladolid is a destination for enriching exploration; a place where the grand architecture of the 16th-century cathedral sits alongside cultural attractions such as the Christopher Columbus Museum. Base your adventure in one of the many hotels in the city – options range from budget-friendly boho hostels to a reconstructed 12th-century church. And, if you need to relax, stay in wine country just outside the city.

Hotel Boutique Gareus

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The art deco-stylings of this boutique hotel in the heart of Valladolid offer a stylish sanctuary for your vacation. Plaza Mayor, where you’ll find the striking Town Hall, is 10 minutes’ walk away, while the Calderón Theater is a 12-minute stroll. After a day exploring, freshen up in your ensuite before heading to the sophisticated lounge and cocktail bar for drinks and a relax on the Chesterfield-style chairs.
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Hotel El Jardín de la Abadía

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Built where a 12th-century abbey once stood, you can see remnants of the site’s storied past in the hotel today including an original cross in the entrance. The building also mirrors its former stylings, although that’s down to a faithful reconstruction undertaken by the Oliveira family in 2001. Its rooms, too, have an old-world feel, particularly in the suite, which has wall art that could have been copied from a medieval tapestry. Start your day in utter peace with a drink from the coffee bar, best enjoyed on the garden-view terrace.
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Hotel Nexus Valladolid

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Just over the road from the Romanesque Santa María La Antigua church, Nexus Valladolid is a contemporary bolt hole just moments from some of the city’s most popular attractions. It offers 27 homely suites, which all come with a kitchen, balcony, separate living space and bathroom. If you’re not out exploring, head to the hotel bar to try their own-label wine. And if one glass isn’t enough, organise a day trip to their 40ha (98 acre) vineyard, where ancient techniques combine with modern processes to produce a heady selection of reds.
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Zenit El Coloquio

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Sitting on the bones of a 19th-century bourgeois house, this fashionable boutique combines original features – exposed-brick walls – with contemporary furnishings and artworks. All its rooms come with views over the patio-terrace, the Cathedral or the Plaza de la Universidad and are dressed with block whites, dark blues and woods. A continental-style breakfast is served until 10.30am but, if you’ve enjoyed the night before a bit too much, you can order à la carte and enjoy your meal on the cathedral-facing terrace.
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Meliá Recoletos

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Loved-up couples – or those drawn to the romantic – can’t go far wrong with Meliá Recoletos, an elegant boutique opposite the Campo Grande public park. Wander hand-in-hand across the triangular grounds, stopping at the pheasant sanctuary to admire the plumage. Then, back at the hotel, relax in light, soundproofed rooms; make sure to ask for views over Campo Grande when booking. A breakfast buffet includes fresh pastries, fresh fruit, cheeses and cold meats, plus your choice of eggs, bacon and sausages.
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  • The Book Factory Hostel

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    Named after the printing house which once occupied the building, The Book Factory Hostel is now a budget-friendly base with a suitably bohemian vibe. Its rooms, which can sleep up to six, come in vibrant hues and most have a desk should you feel the need to pen your masterpiece. On the bottom floor is a trendy café where literary analysis – or a re-run of the night before – can take place over a coffee and bite to eat. A short walk will take you to both Parroquia Santa Maria de la Antigua and the Christopher Columbus Museum.

    Hotel Rural Pago de Trascasas

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    Cubillas de Santa Marta, a small town wrapped by rosé-producing vineyards, is a 25km (16mi) drive north of Valladolid. It’s here that Pago de Trascasas, a Castilian-style building with eight double rooms, acts as a gateway to wine country. Next door to the hotel is the Alfredo Santamaría Winery and Vineyards; book a tour to stroll through the vines before tasting the end product. End your day at the hotel’s restaurant, which serves traditional Castilian dishes under a wood-beamed ceiling. And, yes, they’ll be able to suggest the perfect pairing for your meal.
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    InsideHome Valladolid

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    Dotted across the city are the six stylish apartments of InsideHome. Each has its own character, but all are show-home beautiful and within walking distance of the city’s attractions. All host up to four, except The Attic of Plaza España, which holds six. Each comes with a kitchen, for when you want to save the euros, plus a large TV for cosy nights in.
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