Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travelers visiting Valencia, Hospes Palau de la Mar Hotel is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its romantic environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Hospes Palau de la Mar Hotel makes it easy to enjoy the best of Valencia.
Hospes Palau de la Mar Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The hotel offers a concierge and room service, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a hot tub and breakfast.
Nearby landmarks such as Valencia Cathedral (0.6 mi) and Casco Antiguo (0.6 mi) make Hospes Palau de la Mar Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Valencia.
Valencia has plenty of wine bars. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Hechizos de Morgana, Casa Montana, and ORIS Restaurant, which are serving up some great dishes.
Should time allow, Central Market (Mercado Central), Barrio del Carmen, and Palacio del Marques de Dos Aguas are some popular attractions that are within walking distance.
Whether you’re traveling for business, pleasure or both, Hospes Palau de la Mar Hotel is sure to make your visit to Valencia one worth remembering.
We stayed for 5 days and the hotel was very accommodating and the rooms were very well serviced. The breakfast was lovely. We had a junior suite and there was a lot of space. We sadly only speak English and we did not have a problem with language at all.
We booked a deluxe room at the Hospes Palau de la Mar Hotel and were looking forward to a bit of luxury including the spa and pre-booking a tasting menu at the on-site Ampar restaurant. While the hotel is in a fantastic central location, and is a combination of architecturally interesting older and more modern buildings, the overall experience was a little underwhelming and didn't feel like good value. The first problem was the so called Deluxe room was quite long but thin, with a good deal of space wasted in a entrance area, so it still felt like a smallish room. The bathroom also seemed in need of some repairs. Then we visited the spa area, and found that most of the bubblers in the pool were not working, and the steam room was also not working and it looked like this had been the case for some time (possibly due to Covid restrictions, but the Sauna was working). Then the tasting menu at the hotel restaurant was form over taste. The presentation was amazing, including smoking closhes, but the flavours were just not quite there for a supposedly high end restaurant. Allowances have to be made for Covid times of course, but it felt like the publicity of Hospes Palau on their website was better than the execution. One tip when booking: signing up to their membership program and booking directly gave us free valet parking, which in central Valencia was worth quite a bit and tipped the value from booking on Booking.com (with discounts) to the hotel directly.…
Enjoyed our wee break at the Hospes in Valencia but minor issues. On arrival we were allocated room 110…frankly a room of this size and quality (no bath and adjoining cubicles for toilet and shower that looked like they belonged in a poor quality camping block) has no place in a hotel claiming to be 5 star. Immediately returned to reception and matter was dealt with perfectly by the lovely receptionist, Sara, and we were moved without fuss. To get the negatives out of the way , we arrived at 2pm but the hotel had no hot water until 5pm and the spa was closed for the day. It was explained a specific hot water maintenance takes place one every six months so we were just unlucky. The hotel is nicely situated minutes from the huge city park, Jardín de Turia. A lovely 2km stroll through the park takes you to the must see Science and Arts museum and c.1 km in the other direction to the Cathedral. Breakfast was very good, great choice and option of eggs cooked to order. Eggs Benedict and poached eggs delicious and beautifully presented. We also ate one night in the restaurant which I cannot recommend enough. The hotel does have a lovely terrace to enjoy drinks and a sports TV in the bar in case this is important during the Euros. Rooms and public areas spotless. Chocolates and courtesy water in room as well as robes, slippers, good toiletries and free safe. The spa is underwhelming. A narrow pool with limited working jets and water definitely on the cold side, a small sauna and steam room. No jacuzzi and not a particularly relaxing environment especially when there were others using the spa. Really only a two person spa. There is a small but adequate gym. Although not the perfect stay I would nevertheless happily return. Staff so helpful and friendly, food first class and nice location. My wife and I have been lucky enough to enjoy a couple of breaks at the Hospes Amerigo in Alicante and I have to be honest and say that the Palau de Mar did not impress us quite as much however overall was still a pleasant stay in a wonderful city.…
Advertised as a 5 stars hotel, it is indeed a cute 4 stars, not more than that, but costs like if it was 5 stars. Location is good, 15-20 min walk to the old part of the city and 30 min walk to the City of Arts and Science. I was first in room 206, which was not good at all, narrow, dark; toilet was in the closet area, while sink and shower was next to the bed, weird room plan. The receptionist was kind to move me to another room, in the patio area, which was better, but was a simple 3-4 stars room, with a small TV. Breakfast was good as well. Overall, was a nice 4 stars hotel, but expensive for what it offers.
Very nice hotel, which is located perfectly to get to the old city center and head to the beach by walking along the rambla. The breakfast was good even during Covid 19 times. The front desk is very helpful with any requests. The gym is a bit small for my taste.