Confortel Aqua 4
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
TravelPod Member ReviewsConfortel Aqua 4 Valencia
Located inside a big shopping mall it was a little tricky to find the main reception. But the room is very nice for the cash spent! I have been at many hotels around the world but I can recommend this one for sure!
Great location, around 35 min walking distance to the beach (that is incredible large at this time of year, august). If you want to find some time to do some shopping you will surely get it at this hotel since it is located on top of one!
If you are interested in marine animals and birds there is oceanografic very close to the hotel.
Internet connection is available and is pretty ok.
As usual no English TV channels are available/working.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Confortel Aqua 4 Valencia
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... and Spain with the only difference being that wine is their water. A red wine will typically be brought out for a table and served even before the basket of bread arrives. Glasses are refilled periodically through the meal and multiple bottles may be opened during the course of one meal. Many times, a sweet dessert white wine will be brought out at the end of the meal to end the night on a good note. In ...
... I was then still left with the issue of there being no receptionists to check me in. Again, thankfully, a really nice American was standing at the desk and essentially checked me into his room. Which had a spare bed and invited me out for tapas. So at about midnight, we headed out and found a place offering tapas and a beer for €1.50. As it turns out, midnight is not an uncommon time to head out for a feed and just ...
... and went our separate ways.
My first flight from Valencia to Mallorca took only half an hour, which is probably the shortest flight I have ever been on. I then had a stop over there for about 90 minutes getting my connecting flight to Basel, which took about two hours.
When I finally arrived in Basel, all I wanted to do was meet up with Nonni and Pa but that wasn't possible. I had came out on the Swiss part of the airport and had to negotiate my way to the French side ...
... The streets were full of people, some dressed up funny, some drinking sangria before 8am and some selling goggles for 2 euro. Double what I paid. Grrrr. We jumped off the bus and put our spare clothes underneath in the luggage holds for when we returned and followed the guides down to the main street. We walked for a lot longer than I had anticipated as we had heard that Bunol was such a small town that there was only one street. This was a lie. Bunol had numerous streets and so I ...
... confusing, we missed our turn to go down to the village center and ended up on the highway. We exited and found a nice restaurant, where we sat outside eating tapas. Molly had her first "Xorchata" (Horchata - but not the Mexican kind. Their Horchata from Valencia is made from "chufas" - or ground up "tiger nuts.") Lidia also exposed me to Tinto de Verano (Red wine, lemon, and ice). This is definitely a drink I'll ...