Top 5 Gay Friendly Hotel Valencia | Spain | Deals | Reviews
Valencia Gay Pride festival or Orgull LGTB – Valencia Gay Pride 2018 takes place every year in mid June. Many gay friendly hotel Valencia will be already booked during those dates so plan accordingly your visit to Valencia.
The port city of Valencia lies on Spain’s southeastern coast, where the Turia River meets the Mediterranean Sea. It’s known for its City of Arts and Sciences, with futuristic structures including a planetarium, an oceanarium and an interactive museum. Valencia also has several beaches, including some within nearby Albufera Park, a wetlands reserve with a lake and walking trails.
1. Jardín Botánico Hotel Boutique Valencia – Gay Friendly Hotel Valencia
Jardin Botanico Hotel Boutique is set in a restored historic building, near the popular Carmen district of Valencia. This stylish hotel offers rooms with free Wi-Fi access.
This design hotel has elegant decoration with modern art. It is next to the city’s Botanical Gardens, and near the IVAM Modern Art Museum.
Rooms at the Jardin Botanico Hotel Boutique are spacious and comfortable. Some have an individual whirlpool bath, a DVD player and a fridge.
The hotel is well located, just two blocks from the Gran Via Fernan Catolico (not far from two Metro stations), and a short distance from the Torre Quart leading into the old city. A delicious breakfast is available in a nice restaurant around the corner. Bikes are available for rental, and can be used to ride to beaches south of the cityand back through the Turia park.
The greatest thing is location – all sightseeing of old city are in a walking distance.
Room are large with basic facilities (fridge, tea, hairdryer, safe) and kept clean. Bathroom also large with nice shower but could’ve done with a fan.
Rooms are spacious with a comfortable bed and a good closet, and the bathroom have twin sinks and a great shower.
How much does a room costs at Jardín Botánico Hotel Boutique Valencia?
Prices start 104$/night for the Confort Double Room
Featuring a double hydromassage bath, this air-conditioned, modern room offers a King-size bed and bluetooth speakers. It has a private bathroom with a shower.
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2. Vincci Palace Hotel Valencia – Gay Friendly Hotel Valencia
Vincci Palace is located in central Valencia, 5 minutes’ walk from the Cathedral. It is an attractive design hotel offering elegant rooms with satellite TV and free internet access.
The Hotel Vincci Palace serves a buffet breakfast, which includes gluten-free products. There is a stylish on-site café selling refreshments and snacks, and a wide variety of restaurants can be found within a 5-minute walk of the hotel.
A great location, a few minutes’ walk from the Cathedral and other attractions in the old city, buses stop outside and the beach bus stops just around the corner.
Located less than 10 minutes walking from the Cathedral and most of Valencia’s main attraction this hotel is ideally situated. The art deco style is a bit odd but the staff are very friendly and helpful and the breakfast offers a wide choice. Superficially the bedrooms seem well equipped with air conditioning, free wi-fi, a safe and wall-mounted television.
The rooms are modern, with large comfortable beds – ask for your pillow choice from the “pillow menu” – plenty of storage, individual aircon, variable lighting , a huge flat-screen TV (three English news channels), a safe and a refrigerator.
The breakfast is priced at €11 and comes with a selection of cooked and cold, with pastries hams cheeses toast cereals you could set yourself up for the day as it was help yourself buffet style.
How much does a room costs at Vincci Palace Hotel Valencia
Prices start 180$/night for the Double or Twin Room – Romantic Offer
This twin/double room features air conditioning and minibar.
This offer includes:
– Late check-out until 14:00 (subject to availability)
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3. Sorolla Centro Valencia – Gay Friendly Hotel Valencia
Located on a pedestrian street, this hotel is 200 m from Valencia Train Station, and just 50 m from Plaza del Ayuntamiento Square. It offers modern rooms with air conditioning, satellite TV and free WiFi.
Bicycle and car rental can be arranged at the Sorolla’s 24-hour reception. Staff at reception can provide information about what to see and do in Valencia.
Buffet breakfast is offered everyday from 7:30 to 11:00. There are also many shops within a short walk of the hotel.
This is a modern and fairly new hotel in a pedestrian area of Valencia old town. It’s a great location and easy to walk to all the central city highlights, plus there are numerous cafes, gay bars and restaurants close by.
The metro is only 2 minutes from the hotel with direct links to the airport and the beach.
The rooms are simple, but very comfortable and a major plus, most had a balcony overlooking one of the city centre walkways were you could watch the street scenes happen.
Same rooms come with a balcony overlooking the street full of restaurants and cafes. The double glazed doors ensured it was absolutely quiet when we want to have a siesta and during the night.
A breakfast is on offer at a cost of 9 Euro per person. The usual juices, meats cheese, bread, pastries, cereals, tea , coffee and unusually fried eggs, bacon and hot dog type sausages.
How much does a room costs at Sorolla Centro Valencia?
Prices start 180$/night for the Superior Deluxe Double room with terrace.
Fitted with parquet floor, this air-conditioned room comes with a balcony, 1 double bed and a private bathroom with bathrobes, slippers and hairdryer. There is a 50-inch smart TV with international channels and a Nespresso Coffee Machine. There is free WiFi available throughout.
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4. Catalonia Excelsior Hotel Valencia – Gay Friendly Hotel Valencia
Catalonia Excelsior is located in Valencia’s Old Town, just a few metres from Plaza del Ayuntamiento Square. This elegant hotel features a café, free Wi-Fi access, rooms with satellite TVs.
The Excelsior’s rooms are bright and air conditioned. Each has air conditioning, a minibar and a well-equipped bathroom.
Great location to wander the old town streets. Lots of landmarks, eateries & cafes within walking distance. The Metro station is nearby for trains to & from Airport. Valencia has many of the benefits of Barcelona without the crowds, although there are fewer must-sees. Nevertheless, there is some interesting art in the uncrowded gallery.
This is a very clean modern hotel, in a perfect location in the centre of the old town, and less than a 10 minute walk from the train station (Nord). The room was clean, with a large comfortable bed, and modern bathroom. The hotel is on a quiet side road, and we were not troubled by noise.
The premium rooms with terrace have good size with a large bathroom and beautiful terrace.
The breakfast os truly excellent with a freshly cooked tortilla every day, all kinds of cheese, hams and fruit , fresh juice ( not concentrate) and even some grilled asparagus.
How much does a room costs at Catalonia Excelsior Hotel Valencia?
Prices start 130$/night for the Premium Double Room with Terrace. The Premium Double Room is 140$/night.
This air-conditioned and heated room features free WiFi, satellite TV with national and international channels, telephone and a minibar. The private bathroom includes a hairdryer, bathrobe and slippers.
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5. Las Arenas Balneario Resort Valencia – Gay Friendly Hotel Valencia
This luxury 5* hotel is 2 minutes walk from the beach. This 5-star resort has a superb seafront location with direct access to Valencia’s Las Arenas Beach. The Las Arenas Balneario Resort features 2 seasonal outdoor pools surrounded by loungers, and a luxurious spa.
All rooms at this design hotel are elegantly decorated with neutral colours. They include free Wi-Fi and a 32-inch flat-screen TV.
The hotel is a member of the leading hotels of the world.
This hotel is very fancy, and it’s good for people looking to go to the beach. It is nowhere near the city–if you want to spend time in Valencia proper, do not stay here! The hotel has a pool which you can use for free, and there is direct access to the beach as well.
This hotel is huge 200 plus rooms over 4 floors, spread over a large campus which is also home to a large conference venue. It was built on the site of a traditional 19th-century balneario and was the first grand hotel in the Valencia region. The hotel’s beachfront location delivers ocean views and some accommodations have a private balcony or terrace with spectacular garden and sea views. Be specific, the rooms at front side of the hotel have views over a main road and no where to sit outside.
The rooms are nice; very spacious with plenty of spots to put luggage. You have to pay extra for a beach view. The bathroom is also large. There is a shower and a full bathtub. The shower is very small, though, and though it has a lot of functions, not many of them are useful.
The rooms are well appointed with the bathroom well equipped, with twin glass sinks, a bath with shower over it, and a separate cubicle shower which had more controls than the starship enterprise, and nozzles that delivered surprises to many sensitive parts of the body, and a seat to sit and meditate whilst the nozzles massaged your cares away. A nice touch if you enjoy a powerful shower. The bathroom also sports the usual toilet and bidet, nice towels, fit for purpose hair dryer, huge mirrors, and beautiful lemon fragranced toiletries from L’Occitane.
The concierge service is particularly good at Las Arenas – we were recommended a few restaurants that were excellent, and close by (walking distance) – one for traditional Valencian Paella, and the other for a ‘fine dining’ experience.
How much does a room costs at Las Arenas Balneario Resort?
Prices start 350$/night for the Classic Double with City View. The Junior Suite with Sea View is 1100$/night.
Featuring a private terrace which offers sea views, this room has either 1 double bed or 2 single beds. It includes satellite TV, a minibar, and a private bathroom with a bath tub, free toiletries, a bathrobe and slippers..
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