The Westin Valencia
What We Love
- All of the hotel’s bars and restaurants offer outdoor seating in the property’s lush Mediterranean courtyard
- The building’s impressively restored 1917 facade
- The in-house Art Wanson Gallery, featuring the work of local contemporary artists
What To Know
- The indoor pool at the Westin Valencia’s Spa is adults-only
- Fitness buffs can take advantage of the hotel’s running maps, which offer 3- and 5-mile routes
- For a special occasion, book a Grand Deluxe room with its own terrace and private Jacuzzi
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Architecture buffs in search of comfort and convenience are treated to the best of both worlds at the Westin Valencia, a 135-room property with multiple eateries, a spa and conference facilities located just a stone’s throw from the city center. The property offers the Westin’s signature luxuries, like its Heavenly Bed, as well as extras like its very own sushi restaurant, Komori, and a swishy bar, H-Club, perfect for aspiring night owls.
In the Area
Graceful, sunny Valencia, Spain’s third largest city, is known for its art, architecture and ability to stay up late. A 15-minute walk from Valencia’s old town, the Westin is a great jumping off point for visits to city sights like the 13th-century cathedral, the vibrant central market, or the Silk Exchange, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Guests with a rental car can take advantage of coastal Spain’s natural beauty, with visits to the Albufera Nature Park, noted for its many species of birds and its trails. A meal of authentic paella prepared at a beachside cafe is a must.
How to Get There
The location is far from all activities in the city.
The hotel itself is very very old, feels like somewhere in Turkey 30 years ago. Couldn’t sleep because of the festival, the windows are so old, they don’t block any sounds from the street.
Breakfast is very good as well as the food in the restaurant. The staff is OK.
Overall impression - maximum 3 star hotel.
From the first sight this hotel looks good - really good. The exterior made in traditional local style, stands like a real architectural masterpiece of XX’s century.
So it looks in a hall, though as you enter the elevator this feeling vanishes - it looks really shabby. But when you enter the room it looks like it needs to be renovated immediately.
Drowers and wardrobe doors are not properly open and close, there’s a huge crack on a marble table in a bathroom, parquet is covered with abrasion marks.
The breakfast is various and tasty, there’s a huge choice of fresh juices, local cheeses, hams and pastries.
The same I can say for lunch served in the same hotel restaurant.
There’s a nice lounge area in the yard.
Perfect service and friendly personnel (speaking good English, which is rare in Spain).
The room rate for Fallas festival period is overpriced to my understanding.
My 5th wedding aniversary ruined!!
The junior suite was so noisey we could not sleep.
Kept awake until after 1AM by a group of people including the General Manager.
We have stayed at this hotel every year
But never again.
Wifi doesnt' work so couldn't give 5 stars but service is the best I've had in Spain. Pool and spa is very nice and a fantastic gym-- way better than AC Hotel Colon and nearly the same price! Great breakfast and room service and the massage at the spa was well-done.
Great localization, you can do many things walking around. The wifi is awful in the rooms. The limitations to children in the swimming pool is terrible for families with children. They are allowed only from 8 to 10 am and 4 to 5 pm.