Hotel Marina Atarazanas
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Breakfast Available
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Marina Atarazanas Valencia
Travel Blogs from Valencia
... as any we have seen, and reminded us of Toronto markets (which are much larger than these in Valencia) and the Queen Victoria markets, though they would be about a 1/4 of the size.
Valencia is the 3rd largest city in Spain, and the capital of the region. It is a combination of ancient, dating back to 138BC ...
... this Cathedral holds the Holy Grail. This Cathedral is a true marvel and was originally a mosque built by the Muslim settlers. When the Spanish reclaimed this area of Spain they then built on the site this magnificent Cathedral in 1262. There is opulence and reverence like I have never seen in a Church. Being the non believer that I am, I can still appreciate the architecture and reverence that is within these walls. I also was ...
... to the top of the hotel. The hotel has 30storeys and a roof top pool. This gave us a view over the city as it one of the highest points around. The stadium South East towards the old city, the new towers to the North West of the Convention Centre and associated hotels, the old town to the South East and the newer apartment buildings of the city to the North. The old town was there before the Roman camp on the West side of the river from the Romans. These days ...
... in the sky. The walk takes a fair while ( especially after a shopping stop) but when we reach the beach its worth it. From the concrete walkway to the actual water is separated by at least 70 metres of sand. The beach spreads for as far as the eye can see but we decide to sit down for some Paella and Sangria before hitting the water. Tough life I know. After a dip in the wonderfully water and a slow and unsteady walk back along soft but thankfully unsqueaky sand ...
One thing that Erich Maria Remarque does a good job of in The Night in Lisbon is depicting the setting and attitude of Portugal during WWII. In many instances, Portugal's "laissez faire" attitude towards war and their neutrality is mentioned as one of the advantages of being in the country. After all, this is why Schwarz and other German refugees of war chose Portugal as the only country they could spend several months in. One of the ...