Where to Stay During a School Trip to Valencia?
Accommodation for your trip to Valencia is the anchor by which every other aspect of your trip will revolve. Sharing rooms and strengthening bonds through shared experiences is all part of the unique cohabitation on a school trip. The proximity to the city centre, good/bad communication, the price, overall comfort, etc. are all variables that will impact the students’ abilities to enjoy the trip and make lasting memories. Each type of accommodation comes with its own advantages and disadvantages. The hotels, of course, are typically more comfortable and often more fun for the students, but at the same time tend to be the more expensive option. On the other hand, lodgings serve as a much more affordable option but perhaps add an extra layer of difficulty for the teachers to control the group. Hotels and hostels are also often closer to the city centre, which makes transportation easier as the group can get around on foot rather than having to rely on the metro or coaches that may delay excursions. At Etheria, we make sure to select the accommodation option that best fits your group’s needs for your school trip to Valencia, always arranged for a large group of teachers and students.
Whatever your final decision may be, the most important thing is that it’s a safe place to stay and that your students are comfortable after a long day out and about, so that they can also enjoy the organised night activities.
Hotels and Hostels
As we said at the beginning, hotels and hostels offer many pluses for a student group. For example, it ensures your students the most comfort after a long and intense day of sightseeing and doing activities throughout the city. On the other hand, hotels often come with the option of having breakfast included, half board or full board, that can really help the organisation of the trip. Below is a brief list of some notable hotels in the city:
- Hotel Safari (3 stars)
- Sweet Hotel Renasa (3 stars)
- Petit Palace Ruzafa (3 stars)
- Catalonia Excelsior (3 stars)
And for those who prefer to stay closer to the beach:
- Hotel Boutique Balandret (3 stars)
Lodgings can also be a perfect option depending on the needs of your students: if you are a large group, if you need a more affordable option, or if you don’t mind traveling by public transit — this is your best bet. Here are a few of the lodgings with the best location for visiting Valencia:
- Russafa Youth Hostel
- The River Hostel
- Urban Youth Hostel
- Quart Youth Hostel
Guide for Organising your School Trip to Valencia
Learn more about Valencia and organising your educational school trip with the rest of our guide: activities, accommodation, prominent monuments, etc.:
- Organising Your School Trip to Valencia
- Where to Stay During a School Trip to Valencia?
- 10 Essential Places to Visit in Valencia
- Discover Valencia in 2 Days
- How to Plan Your Trip to Valencia without Missing a Thing
- Valencia’s Famous Cultural Festival: Las Fallas
For more information regarding possibilities for your school trip to Valencia, you may contact us at >>> firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +34 689 844 233.