Hotel Bartos

Address: Calle Lira Almussafense 15, Almussafes, Valencia Province, Valencian Country, 46440, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Calle Lira Almussafense 15, Almussafes.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Minbar in room
          • Breakfast Available
          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wireless internet connection in public areas
          • Smoking rooms available
          • High-speed internet in room
          • Air-Conditioning
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Pets allowed


          • Room service
          • Multilingual staff
          • Concierge desk
          • Laundry

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Bartos Almussafes

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Almussafes

          Stop #2: Valencia

          A travel blog entry by taraspain on Aug 24, 2015

          2 comments, 13 photos

          ... in powdered sugar. I had both Paella Valenciana and horchata with a fatron during my two days in Valencia, and they were delicious!

          On our one full day in Valencia, Sunday the 23rd, I started with class at 10am in the hotel conference room. After class my friends and I immediately went to the main plaza and got on a bus to La Ciudad de Artes y Ciencias to go to Oceanografic, the aquarium I mentioned ...

          Peatones and the pearly gates

          A travel blog entry by bethanymuller on Oct 13, 2014

          4 photos

          ... occasional waves of septic air or agricultural smoke catch us off guard. It’s easy to pass judgement on the pollution, corruption, graft, and indifference to the health of the environment in developing countries, but they can't afford this luxury. Spain is a developing country again. Spain ruled then fell and what seems to remain is a proud presumption that it's reign will return. Presuming it will return, doesn't make it so, and this truth is tightly wound in the faces I see ...

          Spanish Culture

          A travel blog entry by lgeddis on Jun 30, 2014

          ... Bullfights are a historical tradition of Spain, and they are meant to show the dominance of the bullfighters over the bulls.
          But one thing the Spanish culture also puts emphasis on is taking it easy. The Spanish are not particularly fond of working 24/7, quite contradictory to how American culture is. Hence, there is the siesta. The siesta during the day is when you can find many shops closed, and the streets are emptier. It is this time that Spaniards leave their work to ...

          Bullfighting and Hemingway

          A travel blog entry by austinsoper on Jun 19, 2014

          ... love complements perfectly the action of a fight with unforgiving, angry, animals.

          The different regions of Spain all have their own take on the bullfight. Denia’s is, in my opinion, the most interesting. Called “Swimming with the bulls,” the people allow a bull to chase them into the water, after which the bull jumps in after them and swims back to shore. ...

          This Girl is on Falla!!!!!

          A travel blog entry by 1024leigh on Mar 19, 2014

          33 photos

          ... an absolutely incredible falla in this area, depicting an indian man, holding large majestic bird, and a beautiful indian women sitting at his feet. It was obvious that this man skipped legs day, because he looked like Larry the Lobster on top and Spongebob on the bottom. To contrast, the woman, almost completely naked, had a tiny waste and beautiful, huge thighs. Both characters were innately ornamented with traditional Mayan ...