EuroCheapo's guide to hotels in Valencia
The best budget hotels in Valencia... made simple.
Situated within easy walking distance of both Valencia's central train station and central market, the three-star Hotel Mediterraneo has a beneficial location in Old Town.
Very Good 8.2
Hostal Vencia is a two-star hotel located about a fifteen-minute walk from Valencia's central market.
Located in downtown Valencia with easy access to Turia Park and all the major Old Town sights, the Purple Nest Hostel offers air-conditioned rooms for cheap rates.
Very Good 7.9
Rooms is a two-star art hotel-slash-hostel located near the City of Arts & Sciences in central Valencia. Rooms is within walking distance of Old Town and the train station.
Very Good 8.3
Surrounded by bars and restaurants, the Villarreal offers three-star rooms are available out of a townhouse that's situated just outside Valencia's city center. It's located just three blocks from the a subway station and is within easy walking distance of Valencia's botanical garden.
Apartamentos Plaza Picasso hosts self-catering accommodations located within easy walking distance of the botanical gardens and Valencia's city center. The property sits along Turia Park.
Very Good 8.4
Silken Puerta Valencia is a four-star hotel located in central Valencia and is within easy walking distance of the University and close to a metro stop.
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Beach babes come in droves to enjoy Valencia’s sunny shores. But while “coastal gem” generally translates to “expensive resorts,” the birthplace of paella also offers a fair share of budget hotels to go with its sand, sun and Moorish architecture.
Getting started: To find a good budget bed, use the search box above or check out our recommended hotels. Or start with our neighborhood overview to decide which part of town is right for you. The articles below offer more tips for exploring Valencia on the cheap.
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Arriving in Valencia is a cinch, especially with our handy transportation guide for getting to the city center. For those arriving by train and bus, we'll also outline where those terminals are located and how to get into the city.Getting Around Valencia
Valencia has two main public transportation systems: bus and Metro/tram. Some transportation passes allow for transit on both systems. Alternatively, you can hail a cab for longer distances or enjoy the city on foot. More Valencia Articles
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