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Fantastic rates in Valencia!! – 4* – Valencia

Enjoy your trip to Valencia to the fullest and explore everything this delightful city has to offer by making your base at this contemporary and comfortable 4 star Top Secret Hotel. This centrally located property contains all the modern amenities and services expected of its 4 star status, including laundry services, valet parking, a car rental desk and safety deposit boxes. Each of the spacious guest rooms and suites are stylishly decorated and well-equipped with climate control, mini-bar, free WiFi, trouser press and private bathroom with Hydroshower. Indulge in some R&R time at the hotel by visiting the onsite gym, complete with indoor swimming pool and sauna, or sit out in the gardens and catch up with friends and loved ones over a refreshing beverage. Don’t miss out on these fantastic rates in Valencia!!

Staying here will mean that getting to and from all the major tourist attractions around the city will be a breeze, with plenty of public transport options running close by, both into the city centre and to the airport and Norte Train Station. The famous Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (Arts and Science Centre) is just on your doorstep, where you can marvel at the amazing discoveries, interactive resources and stunning architecture. As well as a world-class Science Museum, there is also an IMAX cinema, Aquarium and Planetarium. The building itself is an awe-inspiring work of art, designed by Santiago Calatrava; it stands out as a space age construction in complete contrast to the thousands-year-old buildings in the city centre. It is on the site of the old Turia River which was redirected to make room for the institution and a beautiful park in the city centre.

Spend a day wandering around the marvellous historic centre, in and around the winding cobbled streets and stopping to rest in some of the charming outdoor cafes or to browse through the independent boutique stores. The area is still frequented by many of the city’s residents, as well as the throng of tourists, so you can get a sense of the old-school, genuine atmosphere. The architecture here is an eclectic mix, left over from Roman, Muslim and Christian civilisations as well as newly-built, futuristic pieces. Head into the Seu Cathedral, and if you’re feeling energetic climb the Moorish Micalet Tower for spectacular views over the city. For views from a slightly different angle, visit the Serrano Towers, across from the park, and the Quart Towers, both of which were originally part of the ancient city walls.