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Hotel Conqueridor

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

We booked flights and accommodation with BA and were pleased to see this reasonably priced 4* offering as part of the deal. As such, we snapped up the deal! We grabbed a taxi from Valencia Airport (€20 out and €15 back) and found the hotel entrance down a side alley. The check in was painless, good English from the receptionist, no ID check and no credit cards. We were then directed to our room (206) and we went to make ourselves at home. We didn’t spend a huge amount of time in the hotel but the happy hour is well worth taking advantage of! Rooms were cleaned daily and we didn’t have our towels taken away (which we’re normally plagued by). The room - nicely decorated and well presented, if a little tired and scuffed in places. Overall presented as a smart bedroom. There’s a minibar, aircon/heating (admittedly we got very confused by this and ended up baking ourselves before deciding to turn it off for an overall more comfortable night)and a TV with a poor offering of anglophone channels (oh well). We felt a kettle and complimentary tea/coffee would have been a nice touch. The beds - for a couple, two singles made up as singles and popped together is annoying, but I think that’s the vogue on the continent. The beds were comfortable but on closer inspection of the blanket there were hairs all over them, a bit disappointing. Bathroom - very good. Shower was clean with good water pressure. Grouting a little discolored and the shower-screen did leak a little. Good - comfy beds, smart looking hotel in an exceptional location for exploring this beautiful city. Good staff and a happy hour! Needs improvement - blankets need cleaning, perhaps anglophone need channels that work, consider complimentary tea/coffee making facilities in room. Overall I expected a little more from a 4* hotel, but you can’t argue with the location and that they perform the basics very well. I’d happily stay here again considering what we paid for it.

Visited early November for a couple of nights. Hotel is situated down a side road a short walk from the Valencia Nord Rail Station. The hotel reception area is welcoming and staff were friendly and efficient. The room was nice too (comfy beds, which is of course one of the most important things). Wouldn't say the hotel is four star though! Without seeming too demanding, when you book four star that's what you expect. Noise is a problem, from outside (although if the hotel was on the main road it would have been worse) and from other people showering and using the bathroom (thankfully we only heard the flushing). Found the General Managers recent comments interesting. When you stay at an hotel, you should get what you expect. I had to smile at his comment to Tallbear55, talking of his previous review ratings. It seems the manager overlooked the 4 and 5 point reviews Tallbear55 has made. Anyway, it seems the hotel is due to undergo refurbishment, which might explain the good deals to be found on the Internet at the moment. Doubt we will return though, last year we stayed at a very nice three star which ticked many more boxes and there are so many more to experience in this most wonderful City.

When visiting Valencia we found this hotel which on the face of it looked worth the £175 per twin room per night. However we were unfortunately very disappointed, immediately on entering the room we could smell what can only be described as stale smoke. The room was basic with only standard essentials such as sachets of coffee, long life milk etc but perhaps the biggest disappointment was the mould in the shower. The bar does not exist, it is a small general seating area in the foyer and beer can only be bought by the bottle. Breakfast at 8 euros and the friendly staff are perhaps the best this hotel has to offer. The parking is not part of this hotel however it is conveniently located underground and directly next to the hotel at 20 euros per 24 hrs. Will we stay again?? This is without doubt the worst value for money hotel I have ever booked so absolutely not!

Booked for two nights. Staff on arrival were very pleasant and helpful. We were allocated Room 317, one of the larger rooms. Very clean and comfortable, however not having arrange for breakfast we felt we could stay in bed longer in the mornings as there was no rush to get to breakfast' Unfortunately the bathroom of the room next to ours was adjacent to our bathroom. When the guests had a shower, used the toilet or washbasin we could hear the water clearly (fortunately nothing else!!) which included when they got into and out of the shower as the sound of the water changed, each flush and each hand wash!!! This happened in the at around 7:00 to 7:30 in the morning. One lot of guest must have had a early morning start as they showered in the evening and then we heard nothing more from them! So that was the noise from next door! Across the corridor from our room was the House Keepers Office/Cupboard. All the chamber maids for the third floor gathered there in the morning to get laundry etc and to have a chat. These "Chats" started at around 8 ish I think. Then we have the noise from outside the building. Double glazing but not the best as noise from outside was audible in the room, particularly the noise of the renovation of an apartment opposite. Not the best of stays but location and ease of getting to it from the rail station were it's plus points. Would I stay here again? I don't think so. As they said about the Solana in the TV programme Benidorm "If you list it as a 4* people expect more then if it were a 3*. Been there, done that.

Standard hotel, good plentiful breakfast, clean rooms and good English speaking receptionists. Location is relatively central, with 10 minutes walk to central market, restaurants and night life. Thanks

We visited this hotel in april 2017. Rooms were cozy and breakfest tasty. Location is great, all the sights are in walking distance so there is no need for calling a taxi to go to the centre of the city. The only bad thing was: that there was no sef in the room. This hotel is great for a weekend city getaway. Would go again.

We recently stayed for 3 nights. The location of the hotel is great, about 15 mins to Plaza de la Reina. Check in was quick & smooth. Our room was on the 4th floor, we never had to wait for a lift. The room was clean and comfortable. We didn't try breakfast in the hotel, however there are plenty of cafes nearby. Reception team were helpful with organising us a taxi to the airport.

Location was great, very central and not far from the metro station. I wouldn't class the hotel as 4 stars though.... it was more like a 3 star. Then again I have pretty high standards. The hotel was clean and the staff were alright - not rude but not overly friendly either, but were polite enough to say Hello everytime we walked past. Decor was average. Probably a bit dated compared to what you see in the photos, but overall not a bad hotel.

We stay at Conqueridor for 4 days in Sept. 2017. Hardly a 4 stars, with not much of a 4 stars hotel amenities or breakfast, with nothing to impress except for the wifi speed which was very good. Yes, clean, pretty central and situated above an underground public parking, which was very convenient: as hotel guests we paid 18 euro/day instead of 23. But that's about all. We booked and prepaid a standard BB double room, as seen on the hotel web site. For unknown reason, on arrival we were offered room 401, which is less than half a standard room, not even suitable for one person, with defective aircon and a small computer monitor for TV, as there was no space for a normal TV screen. My wife wanted to go visit the city and so stayed there for one awful night. The next morning we asked to change the room, which was done smoothly, room 205 being acceptable. My question for the management is: what sort of policy was that?

Stayed one night at the Conqueridor and would recommend it. The room I got on the fourth floor was rather large; the only annoying thing was that the lack of power points, and their inconvenient location; the hotel should fix this. Otherwise, all fine - a nice hotel.

Calle de Cervantes, 7-9 Valencia Valencia

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Plaza del Ayuntamiento and Central Market
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Fitness center

Located in Ciutat Vella, Hotel Conqueridor is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Plaza del Ayuntamiento and Central Market. This 59-room, 4-star hotel has a restaurant along with conveniences like free in-room WiFi and a fitness center. Located in central Valencia, the hotel is also near Silk Exchange and Serranos Towers.


Dining

Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or get a quick energy boost at the coffee shop/café. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 8 AM to 11 AM.


Rooms

The 59 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, phones, and desks. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries, and beds sport premium bedding.


Property features

At Hotel Conqueridor, guests have access to a fitness center, a sauna, and free WiFi in public areas. Offsite parking is available for a fee. Multilingual staff at the front desk are standing by 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Additional amenities include a meeting room, coffee/tea in a common area, and free newspapers.

Room options

Triple Room, 3 Twin Beds

Twin 3 | Sleeps 3

Junior Suite

Twin 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Single Room

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

87% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 745 reviews