Budget and Beautiful: Hostels in Valencia for Design Conscious Travellers

Posted by admin | Posted in Uncategorized | Posted on 08-04-2017

Spain is definitely one of the destinations that is leading the pack when it comes to boutique hostels, particularly in Valencia. The Valencia hostel industry is now so competitive that properties are falling over each other, offering a mind-boggling array of facilities to attract all sorts of travellers.

With both shared and private rooms available, hostels are now as appealing to students, groups of friends and solo travellers as they are to families and couples who prefer a bit more independence. In your quest for hostels Valencia has certainly put two and two together and understands that bright design also indicates a clean and well-loved environment; just what you want to compliment your stay in this beautiful city with cool nightlife and gorgeous architecture. Take a look some of Valencia’s top properties that even the most discerning designer eye would approve of…


Feetup Hostel – Hilux Hostel

Located in Barrio El Carmen, the historic centre, guests are a hop, skip and a jump from some of the best Valencia nightlife. Private double rooms are themed and decorated by local artists – particularly lovely for couples looking for something a bit special. They also offer twin and 4-bed dorm rooms so forget about overcrowding and many rooms offer balconies. Staff are on hand to talk you through the best Valencia sights as well as trendy bars and local restaurants within stumbling distance. For a quiet night in, or a morning recovering from the night before, chill out in the DVD room.
Private and shared rooms from €16 per person, per night including breakfast.

Home Backpackers
This place does what it says on the tin – the aim is to make you feel at home. The dorms and communal areas are bright and breezy with quirky and colourful wallpaper. Their pièce de resistance has to be the glorious roof terrace complete with deck chairs, sun loungers, some greenery and a spectacular view of the city. Here you can soak up the sun and cool off with a cold shower. Buy in some beers and enjoy the panoramic vista at sunset. If you are looking for some people to enjoy the city with, the hostel plans daily events so join staff and other guests on one of the free Valencia city tours, tapas and pub crawls.
Private and shared rooms from €11pppn.

Purple Nest Hostel
Cool in both senses of the word, this hostel has an eye-catching design and offers air-conditioning in all the rooms. There is a funky kitchen where guests can prepare meals, a bar offering cheap drinks and a fantastic roof terrace where you can enjoy them! It’s a sociable place with a games room and pool table if you fancy challenging other guests to a game and staff will be happy to organise rental bikes and walking tours for you.
Private and dorm rooms from €14pppn

Pilar el Apartments
If you would prefer a Valencia apartment, Pilar el Apartments offers two types. The first has a patio and BBQ facilities and has one double bedroom and the option of a double sofabed in the lounge to sleep up to four people. The second has two bedrooms and sleeps up to four people. Both have air-conditioning, a TV with DVD player as well as a Hi-Fi system. They are cleaned daily and perfect for families, couples, business travellers or groups of friends.
Apartments from €20pppn

 

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