Catalonia, Valencia, and the Costa Blanca Hotels

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At a Glance

    Pros

  • close to sights but quiet
  • courteous, helpful staff
  • great value

    Cons

  • parking can be a nightmare
  • not especially family-oriented

Fodorite Reviews

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This nicely designed 19th-century town house sits on a quiet street at the edge of the old city, a minute's walk from the Plaza Almoina and the Cathedral in one direction, and steps from the Turia gardens in the other. Owner Luis García Alarcón is an antiquarian, and the hotel reflects his eye for classic design and architectural elegance: original decorative brickwork, geometric tile floors, and curved ceiling beams. A buffet breakfast is included.

    Hotel Details

  • 28 rooms.
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-12-2014

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    Ad Hoc Review

    Easy walking distance from all the sites in the old town and on a nice and quiet street (airport taxi driver had no difficulty in locating it). Large, spacious, air-conditioned, clean rooms. Bathroom was also a very good size (had shower and bath) as was the wardrobe which had a sufficient number of hangers. My friend and I loved that the rooms were decorated in the period of the hotel which gave it a more personal flavour. Twin rooms are available - I was travelling with a female friend. Staff were very helpful and spoke excellent English and had very good restaurant recommendations. Hotel makes available a computer for internet use, which was invaluable for checking in return flight, as one could also use the printer. Good breakfast which was included in room rate. Very reasonable rate for the quality of hotel. Would recommend to business or tourist traveller.

    by taylorjo, 1/9/12

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