One of the best luxury hotels in Valencia, Hotel Melia Valencia towers over Cortes Valencianas Avenue in the modern Campanar neighbourhood. Whether you're travelling on business to attend an event at the nearby Palacio de Congresos, or just looking for a quieter, more residential place to stay, this attention-grabbing building invites you to enjoy sweeping countryside views, a fantastic restaurant and charming bars.
Perfect for business and indulgence
Standing beside the magnificent Palacio de Congresos exhibition centre to the north of the city, this hotel is surrounded by a strong gastronomical offering and enjoys easy public transport options. Visiting as a tourist? You'll enjoy easy access to the countryside, nice restaurants and the Turia Gardens and Biopark immersive zoo are nearby, too. And as the tallest building in the city, Hotel Melia Valencia also enjoys incredible views of both the urban centre and the rolling farmland that surrounds it.
A contemporary palace
Hotel Melia gleams against Valencia's blue skies, a contemporary skyscraper that welcomes you inside to a haven of light and design. The double-height atrium is light and airy with rich blues and greens complemented by wrought iron accessories and throughout the common spaces, floor-to-ceiling windows invite the outdoors inside. Each of these places includes scattered chairs and tables, offering the chance to sit, relax, catch up on work or meet friends and colleagues. Warm woods and plants are the central theme throughout the hotel, while the Oval Bar and the spa add splashes of rich red and gold.
Plunge into the waters of Spa Cobre 29, the perfect setting for post-work relaxation. Indulge in a massage, or head to the Balinese beds beside the infinity pool on the first-floor terrace to soak up the Valencian sun and enjoy the views. Work up a sweat before dinner at Sano Gym, using state-of-the-art workout facilities and training classes.
Speak to the friendly staff about renting out the conference rooms or event hall, or head to reception for advice on the best places to eat around in Cortes Valencianass, the tourist hotspots, and the day's events. This hotel is designed to have everything a business traveller or tourist could need, from parking and a laundry service to family rooms.
Elegant and spacious rooms
Relax in the gorgeous city views from your comfortable room, flooded with sunlight and adorned with light, relaxing colours. Every room has a minibar, television and comfortable desk and chair, while the Kids & Co rooms include welcome gifts and children’s pillows, hot chocolate, and biscuits for a good night's sleep. The bathrooms are designed with equally relaxing shades and feature full-sized tubs and walk-in showers.
The understated style may change from room to room, from soft greys to warm chocolate hues, but the main feature of most rooms is the picture window, perfect for making the most of those views and the sunshine.
Exquisite dining and stylish bars
Prepare for a long day with a fantastic buffet breakfast, including fresh fruits, yoghurts, cheese, meats and eggs, perfectly complimented by freshly squeezed Valencian orange juice or traditional tiger nut horchata. At Restaurant Socarrat, you’ll find a range of typical Valencian cuisine lovingly prepared by local staff, emphasising Valencia’s many rice dishes and the famous paella.
You can enjoy an informal lunch or dinner in the decadently designed Oval Bar and soak up the lively atmosphere on the charming terrace. Or go to the Varsovia, a new spot hidden at the bottom of the building, where pink velvet chairs match the blush walls and the incredible range of spirits from all over the world form part of the decoration in this low-lit spot. Here, you can explore a diverse range of over 500 classic and creative cocktails prepared in award-winning mixologist Borja Cortina’s signature style.
An urban idyll for business or leisure
Set a short journey from the historic city centre and the winding Turia Gardens; this modern hotel is one of the best places to stay in Valencia for business, while holidaymakers will also be pleasantly surprised by the unique design of this four-star spot in an unexpected part of the city.
With a rating of 8.5/10 on Booking.com, it's a luxury hotel in Valencia that is a safe bet for families, couples, or people doing business in Spain's third city.
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