AddressSalvá, 12 1º ValenciaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Welcoming, with spotless rooms – most with shared bathrooms, some with private facilities – is this family-run option on a quiet street. It's the antithesis of the crowded, pack-'em-in hostel. The best of the rooms have balconies and the original features of this stately old building.
Our independent authors have visited Pensión París and selected this as one of our recommended accommodation in South Ciutat Vella.
Description provided by property
The family-run Pensión París is set in a 19th-century building in central Valencia, opposite Patriarca Square. It offers free Wi-Fi and basic, outward-facing rooms with a small balcony.
All rooms have tiled floors and a fan, and there is central heating in winter. All rooms have a sink in the room, most have shared bathroom facilities, but some have a private shower in the room. Air conditioning is not available.
The central location means there are many shops, bars and restaurants within a short walk.
Pensión París is next to the University of Valencia's historial building and the 18th-century Marqués de Dos Aguas Palace, now the National Museum of Ceramics. The beautiful Colegio Corpus Christi is 100 metres away.
It offers luggage storage and is a 10-minute walk from Valencia Train Station. The nearest Metro station is Colón, 300 metres away.
Our reception is open for check-in until 00:00. If you have a late evening flight or train please let us know in advance. You can use the Special Requests box when booking or contact the property by email.
Guests are required to make their payment upon their arrival. Pension Paris does not charge any deposit in advance.
Please note that the property is set on 3 floors, accessible only by stairs. There is no lift.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Free WiFi
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