Valencia Spain Hotels

Before we talk about the best Valencia Spain Hotels, lets learn about Valencia and I'll provide you will great ideas for your itinerary. Valencia is as pleasing to the eyes as it is to your wallet. Valencia offers a mixture of Madrid's history and Barcelona's contemporary atmosphere for a fraction of the cost. Valencia is one of the most vibrant cities in Europe. It offers a perfect combination of beaches and culture, past and present. The birthplace of paella, it boasts a thriving food scene featuring Michelin starred restaurants as well as quirky tapas bars. Its neighborhoods come to life during traditional festivals like Las Fallas, and every night is lively in trendy districts like Ruzafa or El Carmen. There are plenty of great beaches in Spain, visit the Best Spain Beaches here.

Valencia Spain Weather – When to Visit

The best time Valencia is in April and May, the best time with warm weather and void of the crazy crowds. The city boasts a Mediterranean climate with consistently pleasant weather. Valencia sees an average of 300 days of sunshine per year with average high temps from 60 degrees in the cooler months to 85 degrees in the midst of summer. Wintertime is also pretty comfortable (between the mid-40s to mid-60s), and the city is more or less tourist-free. The downside to this time is that certain attractions will have shorter hours.

Best Valencia Spain Beaches

Valencia is famous for its beaches. There are several to visit, all of which are clean, family-friendly and mostly undeveloped. The beaches do get busy in the summer months when locals head for the coast to cool down, but as mass tourism is yet to hit this part of Spain’s coastline there’s still room for everyone. Here are the Top 5 Valencia Beaches:

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La Malvarrosa Beach

This most popular beach in Valencia that attracts the most visitors. With plenty of space for everyone, this particular Valencian beach has never seen a lot of development. The beach offers the luxury of space and all the main facilities. There is a large promenade lined with palm trees and plenty of restaurants and bars, serving excellent local dishes like Paella and Fideuà. 

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El Saler Beach

El Saler Beach is a very popular with the locals and those ‘in the know.' This beach is a windswept natural sandy area almost six kilometres in length and surrounded by wonderful sand dunes, just waiting to be explored.

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Port Saplaya Beach

This beach is quiet and has great facilities as many locals live here. Port Saplaya is a colorful building complex right next to the beach and just seven kilometers north of Valencia. The beachfront boasts some great places to have a drink, or a cold glass of Horchata.

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Sagunto Beach

Sagunto Beach has many bars and restaurants along the main road which skirts along the edge of the beach area. It is also disabled-friendly in many parts of the beach, with special ramps and wooden walkways enabling those with wheelchairs and prams etc, to access the golden sands.

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Cullera Beaches

The beaches in Cullera are an ideal getaway for those who want some peace and a variety of beaches to choose from.  You will find many traditional Spanish restaurants in Cullera serving the finest in local cuisine at affordable prices.

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Best Valencia Spain Restaurants

Restaurante Nou Chocomeli Over $30

“Nou Chocomeli” is an exclusive and cozy little restaurant. It has only six tables for twenty-two people. A safe bet for those who like to enjoy the famous Cordovan Traditional Cuisine and fresh products from the Central Market and the Lonja. Telephone: 34 669 46 39 20 Web: Restaurante Nou Chocomeli

The Orange Club $11 – 30

The service and attentive staff is great. The food quality is amazing and they serve the burgers exactly how you ask them. Price is fair and affordable. Telephone: 34 961 33 54 97 Web: The Orange Club

Grillo Grill Bar $11 – 30

Grillo Grill Bar is a new concept of Grill restaurant where the good care of the products is their biggest concern. They work with Mediterranean influences, giving the menu a big variety of vegetables, meat and fish. Telephone: 34 627 77 55 91 Web: Grillo Grill Bar

Salad Planet $11 – 30

They choose all the ingredients based on what’s best for your health. All our menu is made with real food and natural ingredients. They have many vegetarian and vegan options so you can enjoy a healthy meal regardless of your diet. Telephone: 34 962 14 32 42 Web: Salad Planet

Restaurante Gordon 10 $11 – 30

Located on Canovas-Valencia's heart since 2006, their excellent meats, wines and a great selection have gave them great fame. Meat is Argentinian certified Novillos grass fed. Telephone: 34 963 74 07 87 Web: Restaurante Gordon 10

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Best Valencia Nightlife

L’Umbracle

By day its a tropical garden with an open-air art gallery. By night its transformed with into a club with outdoor seating and a great cocktail bar. The music features house and top 40 hits, and the club is one of the city’s classier spots. Web: L'Umbracle

Le Premier

If you’re looking for somewhere with more of a local Spanish vibe, this popular club attracts thousands of mostly young Spanish people every weekend with its lively atmosphere, thoughtful design and resident DJs playing everything from top 40 hits to electronic music. Telephone: 34 654 06 21 73 Web: Le Premier

Loco Club

For a more intimate venue playing host to live music acts, you can’t beat Loco Club. It regularly hosts new local talent, with a modern, spacious interior and relaxed neighborhood feel. Telephone: 34 963 51 85 21 Web: Loco Club

St Patrick's Irish Pub

Serving a wide variety of drinks, including the typical Irish whiskey and best beers on tap, guests can relax and watch some sports on one of four TVs dotting the bar. Telephone: 34 963 94 62 82 Web: St Patrick's Irish Pub

El Laboratorio

A small but friendly bar in the corner of the Plaza de La Virgen, El Laboratorio has a welcoming atmosphere, approachable staff, and tempting food. Thanks to the popular ‘tapas with a drink’ inspired theme, a lot of the food comes free with a drink. Telephone: 34 963 92 61 93 Web: El Laboratorio

Best Valencia Spain Hotels

26 Comments

  1. Aly

    I love visiting your site and finding fantastic new vacation destinations and virtually revisiting some of my favorites. I have yet to vacation in Spain, and these Valencia Spain hotels at the beach look incredible! Port Saplaya Beach seems like a nice place to enjoy things like a local does and enjoy some refreshing beachfront drinks!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, Port Saplaya Beach would be the perfect place for some refreshing beachfront drinks!  Glad you enjoyed my Valencia Spain Hotels guide.

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  2. Parameter

    Another good city from you for holidays. I just look at your article on Beaufort SC hotels, seeing this again is another well detailed look at Valencia Spain hotels. I love the way yo do not just take a hurry look at the hotel but you looked at the city in its totality. With this I have an idea of how I can make it memorable for my children and wife 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Thanks so much.  I am glad you enjoyed!

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  3. Stephen mosha

    I have never been to Valencia, but after reading your post I have put it on my bucket list to visit as soon as travel has been opened up more.

    the view in Valencia looks really beautiful and attractive.

    Thank you for some great choices of places to stay and it will be hard to choose which beach, so possibly a trip to all.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome Stephen. Thanks for stopping by beach travel destinations.

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  4. Alejandra

    I always wanted to visit Spain and a friend told me if I’m planning a visit to Spain when travel is open up again, I should visit Valencia, so I wanted to learn more about it, and as always I’m glad you have a great article to read about it, as I like how you share all the information anyone needs to plan a trip and see the best of each place that you share on your website. I bookmarked it as I want to visit a few cities in Spain and I know I will find accurate information that will help me to plan my visit!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Spain is wonderful.  We had a cruise booked that got cancelled again because they are not allowing US citizens in yet.  Hoping everything opens back up soon!  Glad you enjoyed.  Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. Geoff

    Thanks for bringing Valencia to our attention.  It is one of those holiday destinations that you hear talked about as being wonderful.

    Those beaches all look so inviting.  Sagunto beach appeals to me.  I like that there are lots of facilities close by.

    The old town tour is definitely my type of trip.  I love hearing about the history and culture of the area.  Even though I’ll forget it again!!

    There are certainly lots of places to eat, so we can eat somewhere different every night.

    I can’t wait to get away on holiday.  Just to escape the norm for a couple of weeks would be fantastic.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      I agree Geoff!  I hope you can visit the Valencia Spain hotels soon!  Thanks for stopping by.

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  6. Stratos K

    There are two places in Spain that I wanted to visit, Barcelona and Valencia. I have already gone to Barcelona so Valencia is still on my list of places I want to visit at some point as there are a few areas that I have seen looking amazing. Your article mentions a few but there are a few more I see that hadn’t noticed before. I will surely keep them in mind for when the time comes.Thanks!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Stratos!  Please let me know if you need any additional information.  Thanks for visiting Beach Travel Destinations.

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  7. Rose

    I always love the beach and it is two years now due to pandemic that I am not going to a beach. 

    Haven’t yet gone from my country to another, either for business or travel. But I am taking note of your travel post so I can have a good choice when I start to travel. 

    I want my vacation and I really don’t like too much crowd. Valencia travel suit mine and my husband’s taste. Thanks for posting where and how can we optimize the beauty of our travel.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Rose, I think you and your husband would love Valencia Spain!  Please let me know if you need any additional information.

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  8. Kokontala

    Good day, I’m pleased to meet you. Well, I have never been to Spain before but having read about Valencia Spain Hotel makes me eager to travel there. Valencia being one of the vibrant cities in Europe is interesting, and offering a best combination of beaches and culture makes it fantastic. I am really dying to travel to Valencia.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great!  I am glad you enjoyed  my Valencia Spain Hotels guide and it peaked your interest.  I hope you’ll be vacationing soon!  Thanks for stopping by.

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  9. Fatoumata

    Spain is really one of the best destinations to go to for holidays. I went to Barncelona some years ago with my family, and the place was really beautiful.

    Had a lovely time. Valencia looks peaceful and quiet which is better for me now. I like the “El Saler” beach. It looks peaceful and quiet, reminds me of my home country. 

    I would love to visit one day with my family. Thanks for sharing. 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      You are welcome.  Thank you for visiting http://www.beachtraveldestinations.co...  

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  10. Ann Wiens

    I live in BC which is beautiful, but on the west coast, it is very rainy! 300 days of sunshine a year sounds unbelievable! That is definitely not the case where I live.  I also love that Valencia has the feel of Barcelona but at a fraction of the price- this is a real draw. The vast stretches of sandy beaches are gorgeous. I will definitely look into Valencia as a great vacation spot. 

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Ann, I am sure you would enjoy getting out of the rain!  Thanks for visiting BeachTravelDestinations.com

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  11. Lisa

    What a great article! I am planning a trip to Europe next year after the pandemic dies down, and your article has made Valencia a must-see stop on that vacation! I especially enjoyed your comparison of the various beaches. I do wish you had included a discussion of what the sand is like on the beaches, though. Some beaches have rocky sand while other beaches have very fine sand and I would have appreciated that information. I don’t know what the sand is like on those beaches, or whether the sand is different from one beach to the next. I enjoy the fine sand beaches the best, while my sister finds the rocky beaches more rustic.

    I enjoyed the list of tours and the comparison of such a wide variety of hotels. This article really gave me everything I need to help me plan my trip! Thank you!

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Great Lisa, and I can add info on the sand 🙂  It does make a difference for sure!  Thanks for visiting Valencia Spain Hotels.

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  12. LineCowley

    I have never been to Valencia, but after reading your post I have put it on my bucket list to visit as soon as travel has been opened up more. I prefer to avoid the crowds, so it is great to see that mass tourism has not yet hit that part of the Spanish coastline. I have been to Barcelona and loved the atmosphere, so if Valencia is similar, it is a must to get there.

    Thank you for some great choices of places to stay and it will be hard to choose which beach, so possibly a trip to all.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Yes, you will find a similar atmosphere which is great.  I love Spain, the culture, the food, and just the atmosphere.  Worth vacationing to for sure.  Thanks for visiting my Valencia Spain Hotels guide.

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  13. Ann

    Before the pandemic started I spent 2 days in Valencia. There are many places I still want to visit on my nextr trip. Here are some that I am looking forward to take selfies in. First, is the narrowest house in Europe. In the heart of Valencia, located in the Plaza Lope de Vega, is the narrowest facade in Europe with only 107 centimeters wide, little more than the width of a door. I also want to visit the Albufera and the gardens of Monforte.

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    1. Leahrae (Post author)

      Sounds like a wonderful vacation with amazing selfies 🙂  

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