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Most popular areas in Valencia for 5-star hotels

Barrio del Carmen is Valencia’s bustling, atmospheric old town. Here, you’ll find luxurious boutique hotels scattered amidst orange tree-lined plazas, imposing Gothic churches, and rustic, family-run restaurants. Eixample is a thriving commercial district, with broad boulevards, chic department stores, and exquisite modernist architecture. A short drive from the city center lie the Valencia City Beaches, where you’ll find lavish resort hotels overlooking an expanse of bright-white sand and deep-blue water.

Top 5-star hotels in Valencia

The Hotel Las Arenas Balneario Resort boasts shimmering indoor and outdoor pools, pristine tennis and racquetball courts, an extensive spa complete with bubbling hot tubs, refreshing plunge pools, and tranquil treatment rooms. The Hospes Palau de la Mar is a chic city center hotel, housed in a handsome period building, boasting exquisite minimalist decor, and spacious guestrooms. The SH Valencia Palace is another deservedly popular 5-star hotel, with state-of-the-art fitness facilities, a gleaming business center, and handy amenities like a beach shuttle and 24-hour room service.

Where to find the best restaurants in Valencia

As the birthplace of paella, it’s no surprise this iconic rice dish features prominently on the menu in many of Valencia’s eateries. You’ll find plenty of first-class restaurants in Barrio del Carmen, where you can stuff yourself with authentic paella, packed with succulent chunks of chicken and rabbit. Affluent Eixample is home to some of the city’s most revered upscale restaurants, where you can savor fresh seafood or succulent slabs of prime steak. Malvarossa Beach is home to a stretch of restaurants with spectacular outdoor terraces, where you can snack on gourmet tapas.

The most popular things to do in Valencia

Valencia Cathedral was constructed over the course of centuries, and is consequently a spectacular mish-mash of architectural styles, from ornate gothic to simple Neo-Classical. Inside, you’ll find a collection of precious 15th-century paintings and fascinating holy relics. In stark contrast, the City of Arts and Sciences is a dazzlingly futuristic cultural and leisure complex, renowned for its space-age architecture. Highlights include the Oceanogràfic, a colossal aquarium that’s home to an array of mesmerizing sea creatures, from playful dolphins to sleek sand tiger sharks. Nearby, you’ll find the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia, a truly jaw-dropping opera house, which also plays host to spectacular theater and dance performances.

Best ways to get around Valencia

Valencia’s compact city center can be easily navigated by foot, as most of the major attractions are within walking distance of one another. A popular alternative is to make use of the public bicycles available for hire all over town. You’ll need to buy a pre-paid ticket, but this gives you unlimited access for 7 days. Should you need to travel further afield, there’s also an efficient Metro system and an extensive bus network.

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