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VAL38

VAL38 - Valencia (Valencia - Murcia)

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  • Location: Valencia (Valencia - Murcia)
  • Classification: Central Hotel
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  • Capacity: 42 rooms
  • Distances: Barcelona- 215 miles, Murcia- 140 miles, Madrid- 220 miles.
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Description

This recently opened hotel is located at the entrance to the Port of Valencia. The architecture and design have used concrete and glass with cement and ebony, with black and white being the basic colours. This combination has created a simple, elegant, welcoming and quiet hotel.

It has 42 perfectly equipped rooms: full ensuite bathroom with hydromassage bath and hairdryer, Plasma TV, Wi-fi internet connection, minibar, safe and direct telephone.

The hotel is surrounded by Valencia culture. The visitor can enjoy the Museo del Arroz, the Museo de la Semana Santa Marinera, the Museo de las Reales Atarazanas, the El Musical theatre and the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias which incorporates 4 magnificent buildings; el Palau de les Arts, L’Hemisferic, L’Oceanogràfic and the Museo Príncipe Felipe.

The hotel is 500 metres from the Malvarrosa beach and 5km from the Royal Yacht Club of Valencia and 50 metres from the moorings of the impressive yachts participating in the 32nd edition of the America Cup, a sailing competition with its headquarters in Valencia.

Additional information

The Spanish Levante in the south east of Spain is formed by two autonomous communities: Murcia and Valenciana, both with a long tourist history. Fine sandy beaches overlooking the Mediterranean, a wonderful year-round climate and welcoming inhabitants are just some of the regions special qualities. The landscape also varies greatly from the summer beach resorts on the coast to the small and charming villages found in the mountains and valleys of the interior.

MONUMENTAL CITIES

  • Murcia: regional capital has a 14th century Cathedral and the 18th century La Glorieta.
  • Valencia: modern city with a beautiful train station, a remarkable 17th century Basílica de la Virgen Desamparados and the modern museum Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias designed by Calatrava.
  • Alicante: overlooked by the 16th century Santa Barbara castle, also boasts the 15th century San Nicolas Cathedral and the Church of Santa Maria.
  • Sagunto: ancient Roman city with restored amphitheatre and castle. Interesting Jewish quarter and the Church of Santa Maria.
  • Peñiscola: seaside town dominated by the fortress-castle from the 14th century and the walled site called Portal de Fosc.
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