Hotel Dimar

In the heart of Valencia


An excellent location for discovering Valencia and its UNESCO World Heritage Sites: the Lonja de la Seda and the Tribunal de las Aguas, as well as Las Fallas (traditional celebration between 1 and 19 March) and the Mediterranean diet with its flavours, healthy properties and identity.

Discover the City of Arts and Sciences

A unique architectural, cultural and entertainment complex constructed by Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela on the old riverbed of the Túria river. A space that has made science and culture available to all, regardless of age, in a way that is simple and fun. It is made up of well-known places such as Hemisfèric, the IMAX and 3D cinema, the pioneering interactive Museum of Science and Oceanogràfic, the largest aquarium in Europe.

Hotel Dimar
Hotel Dimar

Visit the historic centre

Plaza del Ayuntamiento, Estación del Norte, Plaza Redonda, Mercado Central, La Lonja and La Torre de Santa Catalina are just a few of Valencia’s unmissable sights. And as you wander around the streets, you are bound to fall in love with the Valencian cuisine and its star dish: paella.

Feel history with the Cathedral and the Holy Grail

Valencia Cathedral, known as La Seu, is home to a chalice. According to the legend, this chalice is the Holy Grail, the cup from which Jesus drank during the Last Supper, brought to Spain by Saint Lawrence. You can also climb the Cathedral’s tower which is known as Miguelete.

Hotel Dimar
Hotel Dimar

Be amazed by the Lonja de la Seda

Declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Lonja de la Seda (the silk exchange) is one of the most emblematic buildings in the city and a masterpiece of Valencian Gothic architecture.

Best connection

  • Airport

    17 minutes by car

  • Joaquin Sorolla AVE railway station

    15 minutes on foot

  • Estación del Norte RENFE railway station

    10 minutes on foot

  • Colón metro station

    5 minutes on foot

  • Pre-arranged parking next to the hotel

Hotel Dimar

The surroundings

As well as a wealth of monuments, one of Valencia’s great attractions is the Mediterranean Sea. In addition to the popular La Malvarrosa and Las Arenas city beaches, you will also find Pinedo and El Saler beaches in the surrounding area. Another must-see sight is the stunning scenery of Albufera Natural Park. And, if you are looking for some entertainment for the little ones, Terra Mítica theme park (in Benidorm) is a fantastic option.