This hotel is centrally located, close to most of the city's attractions and best restaurants. Rooms are spacious, clean and equipped with all the toiletries one might need during their stay, although the rooms that do not give on to the front lack a view. Another advantage is the free use of internet. However, most of the staff do not speak English - very few people in the city actually do.
Directions: Nightlife district
i will be at valencia from 04nov till 07nov can some one help me with any good places to see good restaurant (sea food and local food)
and what is the best way from the airport to city center(husa dimar hotel)and if we have anythink to do out of valencia
For a nice local food area, you can go to the Malvarosa beach. There is a seaside walk with many restaurants with terraces, 5 metres away from the beach.
There you can have some wonderful tasty PAELLAS, rice with veggies or meat or seafood.
The airport is relatively close to the town (10 Km) it is not a bad option to take a taxi. I did it and it doesn't seem expensive. Nevertheless there is a bus service every 10-15 minutes in the airport door to downtown for 0,90 euros.
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Address: Gran Via Marques del Turia 80, Valencia, Valencia Province, 46005, Spain