The Best Cheap Hotels to Book in Valencia, Spain

Find the perfect place to stay in Valencia on a budget
Find the perfect place to stay in Valencia on a budget | © NATUREWOLRD / Alamy Stock Photo

If you’re looking for a Spanish holiday destination that won’t break the bank, Valencia is a great choice. The tourist crowds of Barcelona and Madrid seem very far away, meaning prices are lower and you can experience more of the city’s authentic charms. Accommodation prices are higher by the beach, but if you’re looking for a city centre break within walking distance of the main sights, there are plenty of wallet-friendly options. Here’s our pick of the best cheap hotels in Valencia – all bookable with Culture Trip.

1. MD Modern Hotel Jardines

Hotel

Bright guest room in white and beige hues with comfy off-white couch, wood floors and desk at MD Modern Hotel Jardines
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Location is the main draw at this convenient pick. The MD Modern Hotel Jardines is a small, friendly hotel with 18 rooms and free wifi and air conditioning. It’s perfectly situated for visits to the Turia Gardens and the Palau de la Musica concert venue, and is in the L’Eixample area, famous for its cool bars and chic boutique shops. It’s also just a 15-minute walk from the Old Town. It’s the perfect stopover for those who want to get out and explore the city and need a clean, comfortable, no-frills stay.

2. Valencia Lounge Hostel

Hostel, Hotel

Stylish bedroom with framed art arranged on light-blue accent wall, designer light fixtures and small balcony at Valencia Lounge Hostel
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Arty, modern decor, plenty of natural light and attention to detail make Valencia Lounge Hostel feel surprisingly posh for the price. It’s located in the bohemian El Carmen neighbourhood, a part of the Old Town known for its hip nightlife and street art, and is in easy walking distance of all the main sights. The accommodation has 10 private rooms, which are either ensuite or share bathrooms, and all rooms include a balcony and heating. Free wifi is available in the common areas, including the TV lounge, and bikes are available for rent.

3. Balcón Al Mar

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Bedroom with antique wood headboard and blue chairs at Hostal Balcón Al Mar
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It’s not easy to find nice, cheap accommodation in Valencia near the beach, but Balcón Al Mar ticks all the boxes for a relaxed beachside break. The rooms are clean and welcoming, with flat-screen TVs and balconies, and some also have sea views. The staff are friendly and speak English and, best of all, it’s just a short walk to the beach. Public transport also gets you into the city centre in no time.

5. Sweet Hotel Renasa

Boutique Hotel, Hotel

Modern room in grey tones and pops of red with large bed, separate seating area with couch and mounted TV at Sweet Hotel Renasa
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Located right in the centre of Valencia on a main road, the modern three-star Sweet Hotel Renasa is a friendly place to stay. It offers good value for money, and has a total of 73 single, double, twin and triple rooms. All come with ensuite bathrooms and air conditioning and there is free wifi throughout. The hotel is within easy walking distance of many famous attractions, including the City of Arts and Sciences.

6. Hotel Kramer

Hotel

Modern guest room with three beds, new wood floors, black desk and chair and wall art at Hotel Kramer
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With simple, stylish rooms and wooden flooring throughout, this cheap accommodation in Valencia has a 24-hour reception, tour services and a bar. All rooms come with air conditioning and TV as well as private en-suite bathrooms. The hotel is slightly outside the city centre, next to a large shopping centre and the Turia Gardens, with great public transport connections taking you to all the city’s main sights.

7. Original Domino House Hotel

Hotel

Guest room with two beds, cityscape-themed wall mural and Spanish-style antique windows at Original Domino House Hotel
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Tucked away in Valencia’s Camins al Grau neighbourhood, Original Domino House Hotel is favoured for its clean, modern design and central location. It’s just a 10-minute walk to Malvarrosa beach and very close to the City of Arts and Sciences. Choose from a single, twin or double room; there are also adapted rooms for disabled guests. Take advantage of the bike rental service at reception to explore the city.

8. Pensión Universal

Hostel, Hotel

Basic yet friendly and modern, the brightly decorated Pensión Universal has an unbeatable central location next to the Town Hall square – perfect if you want to be right among the hustle and bustle. You’ll be able to spend plenty of time visiting the enchanting Old Town sights, including the cathedral and Silk Exchange, and enjoying its bars and restaurants. There’s everything you would expect to find at a friendly budget guest house, including wifi, TV and shared cooking facilities.

9. Colegio Mayor la Concepción

Hostel

Hip room with double and single beds in grey bedspreads and shelves with artful display of objects at Colegio Mayor La Concepción
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The perfect stay for students and football fans, this student residence across the road from the Valencia CF football stadium also serves as a hostel. It offers self-catering rooms with kitchenette and private bathroom, TV, air conditioning and wifi. Breakfast is available on-site and there is also a gym and a computer room with printing facilities. It’s a five-minute walk from the Aragón metro station, and a short public transport journey takes you to both the historic centre and the beach.

Heading to Valencia to party? Discover our guide to the best party hostels in the city and book now on Culture Trip.

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