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4 Star Hotel in Valencia City Center

Valencia City Center, Spain
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Description

This 4 Star Hotel in Valencia is located in the city center, a few metres away from the North train station. The neighbourhood is the commercial and financial area of the city and it is surronded by the main sights. Valencia’s airport is about 20 minutes drive away.

The new design property features accessible rooms with the maximum comfort and quality. Each room comes with an HD flat-screen TV, minibar and a private adapted bathroom with a hairdryer. The hall of the hotel hosts a beautiful permanent art gallery with plenty of famous Spanish pieces from Valencia. A Fitness room, AC Lounge, free Wifi, throughout the hotel and a Parking, are other great services available. This hotel also offers an elegant terrace with premium drinks and cocktails, perfect for relaxing after a day of visiting. The on-site restaurant serves a great choice of Mediterrean especialities including a rich buffet breakfast with high quality fresh food.

Guests especially love the excellent location of the hotel. Valencia’s Bull Ring is 100 m from AC Hotel Colon Valencia and the Plaza del Ayuntamiento Square is 300 m away. Furthermore, La Lonja de la Seda, the Cathedral, The Mercado de Colón are about 10 minutes walk from the hotel.  The Metro, train station and bus stops are nearby. The 24-hour concierge and room service are excellent and customers really like the warm atmosphere of the lounge. The rooms are nice and clean and the staff are very professional and friendly.


Rooms Types

Accessible Double Room

  • Air-conditioning
  • Centrally Located
  • Folding Shower seat
  • Free WI-FI
  • Hairdryer
  • Parking
  • Safety Box
  • Satellite TV
  • Shower grab bars
  • Toilet grab bars (Two sides)
  • Wheel-in Shower

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