This page will provide you with links to detailed pages for the different accommodation options in Valencia: hotels, bed and breakfast, youth hostels, apartments, hostals, campsites and villas. Each page provides contact details and official website links for each specific accommodation listed. You will also find advice on the pros and cons of each accommodation option.
Valencia offers hotels for all tastes and budgets. Hotels are a good option if you are looking for some luxury. They are also a good option if you have little time to spare during your holiday - you will have your room cleaned and tidied daily and you will have the options to have food in the hotel. They are likely to appeal less if you are on a tight budget (a youth hostel or a campsite might be a better idea) or if you are travelling with a large group (in this case apartments can be a good option).
For listings of hotels that are available in Valencia, see our page on Hotels in Valencia.
In Valencia there are places known as pensions that are like cheap hotels. They are normally small and basic family run hotels where you could be asked to share a bathroom. They offer the same advantages as hotels, but at a lower price.
For listings of the pension options in Valencia, see our page on Pensions in Valencia.
Youth hostels are suitable for those on a tight budget. It is important to remember that if you are staying in a youth hostel you will be sharing a room with anything up to twelve people. You will also be sharing a bathroom. Youth hostels often tend to be a popular option for young people who are travelling for extended periods.
For listings of hostels in Valencia, see our Guide to Valencia Youth Hostels.
A hostal is another name for "pension"
See our page on Valencia hostals.
Apartments are a good option if you are looking for an independent holiday. You will be able to come and go as you please. You will also be able to cook meals for yourself, which can be an economical alternative to eating out. Apartments can be a particularly good option if you are staying in a large group as there are apartment options for larger groups than you will generally find for hotels. It is worth noting that apartments are not always a viable option if you are visiting Valencia for a mini break - lots of apartment rental companies require a minimum stay in their apartments of at least 3 nights.
See our page on Renting an Apartment in Valencia for more information.
Camping in or around Valencia is another economical choice of accommodation. You will find that you will be located slightly outside of the city centre. However, it is one of the cheapest accommodation options available to you. And, some people would say that there's nothing more fun than a camping trip.
For listings of the campsites in and around Valencia, see our Guide to Camping in Valencia.
If you are looking to stay in a villa in Valencia, you will have to stay in the region of Valencia rather than in the city centre. Villas tend to be found in more rural locations and are not normally found in Valencia city centre.
Choosing where to stay in Valencia can be a tough decision. Have a think about the accommodation option that best suits you and then have a hunt around for that accommodation option in the part of Valencia that you most want to stay in. It is worth remembering that the further in advance you get your accommodation booked, the cheaper it is likely to be.