A modern, boutique hotel in a 15th century building. We stayed in a split level 2 double bed room, including a small sun terrace. The room was well laid out and spotlessly clean. If we come back in the future, we would definitely stay here again. Valencia is a wonderful city and this hotel is perfectly located.
One thing to note, there are no tea/coffee making facilities, so I would recommend that you bring your own travel kettle, etc.
In a great location in a small back street. Clean with reasonable room size. No fridge, coffee or tea making, no hair dryer so it is two star but all the same a very very good two star hotel centrally located and great value for money
The hotel is charming, an old building with modern amenities that still fit the historic district vibe of old Valencia. The room was clean and comfortable. The bed was good. The staff was friendly and helpful. They offer to arrange pickup at the airport, which helps because it is hard to find if you get a cabbie that does not know the place.
It was a great location for hanging out in the old city. No restaurant, but plenty of places nearby, including my favorite spot for espresso and baked goods in the morning, El Horno de Los Borrachos (The Oven of the Drunks).
The location could not be better, just behind the cathedral in a pedestrianised street in the old part of the city. I booked the family room for myself and a friend. We were both able to have our own space on two separate floors connected by a wooden open staircase and had our own bathrooms. All very clean and quiet. Bathrooms are small but the showers are powerful. I would definitely stay here again. Good value for money.
Great location in the walking district, very cute, tasteful room, ultra compact but with space for a family of 6! It suited us exceptionally well as an overnight before a flight. It was just what we needed, and had great character, which chain hotels often lack.