Feb 29, 2020 - Mar 1, 2020

2 adults - 1 room

One of Europe's most innovative cities, Valencia dazzles visitors with its futuristic modern architecture and cultural attractions. Long famous for its culinary delights, today Valencia is known primarily for the huge City of Arts and Sciences, a sprawling complex of gorgeous contemporary buildings designed by local and world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava. In addition to its modern architecture, Valencia also offers stunning beaches and its share of historical attractions, including the Silk Exchange, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a fascinating cathedral that blends different architectural styles from Spain's Moorish and Christian past.

Valencia is Spain's third largest city, so when it comes to finding a hotel, you'll have plenty of options. From budget hostels to luxurious boutique hotels, Skyscanner's hotel search feature will help you find a great place to stay during your holiday in Valencia.

High-End Hotels

Caro Hotel is a gorgeous 5-star hotel located in a former palace in Valencia's historic centre. While the outside is historic and traditional, inside you will find a hotel boasting the very best in contemporary design. Rooms are stunningly designed, and the bar and restaurant are superb, offering first-class service and unforgettable meals. The location is also unbeatable, and you will be steps from most of Valencia's main attractions, including the Cathedral, the City of Arts and Sciences, and the Silk Exchange.

Las Arenas Balneario Resort is a short drive from the city centre and located right on Malverrosa Beach. This 5-star resort is stunning in every way imaginable, from its 19th-century exterior to its beautifully designed pool and sauna. The rooms have balconies, fantastic sea views, daily newspapers, and air conditioning. Meanwhile, the hotel itself features a spa, sauna, indoor and outdoor pools, hair salon, tennis court, fitness centre, and much more. For those renting a car there is convenient free parking onsite.

Mid-Range Hotels

Petit Palace Plaza De La Reina is located right in the middle of the historic city centre and just steps away from Valencia Cathedral. This small hotel is in a 1930s building, and many of the rooms have a private balcony with views of the charming historic streetscape below. Numerous restaurants, bars, and attractions are nearby. Each room comes with a television, air conditioning, and WiFi and there are business facilities onsite.

Hotel Mediterraneo is a modern hotel in the city centre. Guests are in close proximity to the main train station and just a short walk away are most of Valencia's historic sites. The beach is just a 10-minute drive away. Each room is air conditioned and has excellent WiFi connectivity. There is 24-hour reception, and guests can enjoy a breakfast buffet in the mornings.

Basic Accommodation

Sweet Hotel Continental offers excellent value for money in the heart of Valencia. Rooms are nicely furnished and comfortable and include an ensuite bathroom. Every room is air conditioned, and some include private balconies. There is a breakfast buffet and a rooftop patio with stunning views of the historic city centre. The train station is a 5-minute walk away and the main street, where you can find restaurants, bars, and shops, is just minutes away by foot.

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Aleksandra O
Aleksandra O

I had an amazing time in Valencia with my friends! It is a good option for city break, where you can eat a lot of delicious food and have a party of your life.


My favourite city in the world. It has the perfect balance between a city break and a beach break. Prices were great and you can find a lot of cheap bars and restaurants. Considering the weather was so good, most of the activities I did were outside and free. The food was absolutely beautiful and very reasonably priced.

Theo Tsak
Theo Tsak

Nice place (Better than Barcelona). More luxurious, clean, with nice big park for running, cycling, football and more. I will visit it again

Mary Sevasta
Mary SevastaValletta, Malta

Historic valencia city centre ideal for shopping bars tapas and large pjazza Local churches and fountains


The least expensive month is February, with an average of C$113 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Valencia is January, with an average price of C$202 per night.
The average price of a hotel in February last year was C$142 per night. This is 4% less than the average nightly price of C$149 seen over the previous 12 months.
In Valencia, the expected average temperature in February is 10.6°C/51.2°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 28.4°C/83.1°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging 4.8°C/40.6°F.
The nearest airport to Valencia is Valencia (VLC) (9.02km).

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