Luxury Hotels in Valencia
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Valencia Luxury Hotels
Best areas in Valencia for luxury hotelsThere’s an abundance of luxurious hotels in Barrio del Carmen, Valencia’s enchanting old town district. Stay here and you’ll have a whole host of gourmet restaurants, chic boutiques, and laid-back cafés all on your doorstep. Eixample is an alluringly upscale neighborhood, famed for its spectacular Art Nouveau buildings, boutique hotels, broad boulevards, and bustling tapas bars. At Malvarrossa Beach, meanwhile, you’ll find lavish resort-style hotels, with beautifully landscaped poolsides and commanding sea views.
Top luxury hotels in ValenciaThe Ayre Hotel Astoria Palace is a stylish hotel with elegant decor, sleek fitness facilities, a state-of-the-art business center, and an exclusive lounge bar. The Vincci Mercat is an intimate, centrally located luxury hotel, with a shimmering outdoor pool, a roomy rooftop terrace, and lavish buffet breakfasts to tempt you out of bed each morning. The Melia Valencia, meanwhile, is a glittering high-rise hotel, with a gourmet restaurant, 24-hour room service, and a decadent full-service spa where you can enjoy a rejuvenating massage or expertly applied deep sea body wrap.
Where to find the best fine dining in ValenciaIn Barrio del Carmen, you’ll find Michelin star restaurants, where you can splurge on gourmet dishes like red mullet in spicy ceviche sauce, or succulent filet of Iberian pork. In affluent Eixample, there are upscale tapas restaurants, where you can graze on treats like succulent shrimp, crispy calamari, or flavorsome salt cod with bell peppers soaked in olive oil and garlic. Malvarossa Beach is home to a strip of enticing eateries with fresco-adorned outdoor terraces. Feast on fresh seafood, or a mouthwatering slab of prime steak, while you watch the sunset.
The most unique things to do in ValenciaFor a night out to remember, check out a performance at the Queen Sofia Palace of the Arts. Just entering this jaw-dropping futurist structure is an unforgettable experience in itself, and the venue plays host to a world-class program of operas, classical concerts, plays, and dance shows. Culture vultures must also set aside plenty of time to explore the Fine Arts Museum. Housed in a beautifully restored palace, it’s home to an astonishing collection of masterpieces by the likes of El Greco, Goya, and Pintoricchio. If you’re after a little retail therapy, the stunning streets around Plaza del Ayuntamiento are home to an array of exclusive boutiques selling international designer brands and quirky local fashion.
Best ways to get around ValenciaMany Valencia visitors find that the only mode of transport they need is their own 2 feet – the charming, historic city is best explored as a pedestrian, with plenty of leisurely breaks for coffee on shaded terraces. Should you need to travel further afield, you can use the efficient, simple-to-navigate Metro, or flag down a taxi. Rental cars or private driver hire are also available if you’re expecting to cover a lot of ground, and want to do it in comfort and style.
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