Restobar Lindala: tables with chairs and greenery around

Hotel Lindala Valencia: What It’s Really Like Staying Here

A hotel can really make or break your stay, so it’s important to know what it’s really like staying somewhere. Hotel Lindala is a boutique hotel located in Valencia.

For a boutique hotel, it’s still pretty affordable compared to other hotels in the area. So, is it worth staying at this hotel when visiting Valencia?

This article dives into what you can expect when staying at Hotel Lindala, how to get here and what to do in the area.

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girl at restaurant at Hotel Lindala

How to get to Hotel Lindala?

From Valencia Nord Train Station you can order a taxi to the hotel through Cabify. This costs €11-12 in total and takes around 10-15 minutes.

You can also take a metro. Metro line 5 and 7 to Maritim will take you near to the hotel. Get off at the stop Maritim – Serreria. This is 400 meters away from the hotel, which is around 5 minutes by foot. 

The hotel isn’t located in the centre of Valencia, but it’s near to the beach instead. The location is excellent, as you’re near to all of Valencia’s attractions, yet you have the peacefulness of the beach nearby.

interior at the hotel

What to expect at Lindala Hotel

So, what can you really expect when staying at Lindala Hotel in Valencia?

The room

The room is pretty spacious and is decorated with white, beige and blue colors, which feels very refreshing. You get a keycard to get into the room.

The room has a small fridge, a television, föhn and airconditioning. The downside of the room is that the airconditioning can’t be put lower than 23 degrees. The fridge has water in it (free of charge) and there’s free WiFi.

wall painting in hallway
bed with white sheets
television, locker and table with chair in the room
girl standing in front of mirror with camera in hand
As you can see, I’ve actually stayed here

The bathroom is simple, yet modern and sufficient. There’s a spacious rain shower in the room which is really nice after a day of exploring. The bath room has everything you need, such as shampoo, bath / shower gel, soap, tooth brushes and tooth paste. These are all included. 

rain shower
bathroom in the hotel
free toiletries at the hotel

Restobar Lindala

What makes this hotel extra charming is its restobar downstairs. This may sound a little strange, but the inner courtyard with restaurant is actually why I chose to stay here. It seemed beautiful and to be honest it was even better than I imagined.

The restaurant is filled with greenery and is one of the highlights of this boutique hotel. Not only is the food delicious, but the bartender is very kind as well. I highly recommend having lunch here at least once!

restobar Lindala
Restobar Lindala: tables with chairs and greenery around

Breakfast is not standard included in the price, however you can have breakfast here for 8 euros per person. Coffee or tea, fresh orange juice, yoghurt with cereal and a croissant / filled croissant or a tostada are included in the price. 

guy sipping on an aperol spritz
patatas bravas in a bowl
Can highly recommend the patatas bravas

Overall

The hotel has a beach vibe to it. Not only because of its location, but also because of its interior, its nice restaurant and the atmosphere. This makes it one of the best stays in Valencia.

You have lots of things to do in the area, you can enjoy the city vibes, yet at the same time you have the feeling that you’re on a beach holiday. 

You can also rent a bike via the hotel, which is very convenient. If you’re interested in its availability and latest prices, click here.

inside at Hotel Lindala

Things to do nearby

There are lots of things to do near to the hotel. These include the following:

Fabrica de Hielo

Fabrica de Hielo is a very cool place located near to the beach. You should definitely visit this place if you like a bit alternative and trendy places. Sometimes there’s live music here as well. It has a bit of an industrial style to it and is a great place to go for a drink.

guy walking around Fabrica de Hielo
guy walking outside with palm trees in the background
Outside Fabrica de Hielo

Flamenco performance

For a unique experience, visit a flamenco show in Valencia, blending cultural influences from Andalusia with Valencia’s own artistic identity. Ultimately, attending a flamenco show in Valencia promises a memorable evening filled with powerful emotions and artistic excellence.

Malvarrosa Beach

Malvarrosa Beach is located less than 900 meters away from the hotel, which takes around 10 minutes by foot. It’s a beautiful wide beach worth visiting. There are several great cafes and restaurants located on the boulevard of the beach. Definitely go here for a walk and just relax.

Malvarossa Beach boulevard

City of Arts and Sciences

Around 3 kilometers away from the hotel, you’ll find the iconic the Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (City of Arts and Sciences), an architectural complex that showcases innovation and technology.

Designed by architect Santiago Calatrava and Félix Candela, it features futuristic buildings and interactive exhibits. Here you can explore the Hemisfèric, an IMAX cinema and planetarium, as well as the interactive science museum known as the Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe.

It’s one of the best things to do in Valencia and it takes around 10 minutes by taxi to get here from the hotel.

girl in front of city of arts and sciences valencia
Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias

La Fesinar

One of the nicest pizzerias in Valencia is La Fesinar. It’s a unique restaurant, as you don’t get to choose what you order. You can tell the staff whether you have any allergies or if you’re vegetarian, but they will choose your kind of pizza.

You will get a small yet affordable pizza per person. For €16.60 we got two craft beers and 4 mini pizzas, which I think is pretty incredible for the price. You have to order at the counter.

small pizzas at La Fesinar
colorful interior at restaurant
Inside La Fesinar

Boa Beach Cafe 

Boa Beach Cafe is one of the best places to have breakfast in Valencia. The restaurant itself is surprisingly deep, however it’s good to make a reservation if you want to be sure of a spot. They serve various delicious meals such as eggs Benedict or French toast with maple syrup and fruits.

people sitting at Boa Beach Cafe

Prices are still pretty affordable (€9,- for eggs Benedict) and the food is served really quickly. The portions are big so come in with an appetite! Personally, I recommend getting the Forever Young fruit juice.

fruit smoothie and coffee
Eggs benedict
Eggs benedict at Boa Beach Cafe

Tallat Cafe

Tallat Cafe is a nice small cafe with really good coffees. You have to order at the counter. They also have different kombuchas available. If you’re looking for a local’s favorite coffee place in a not so touristy area, then this is your place to be.

coffee at Tallat Cafe
Tallat Cafe from a distance

In conclusion

Hotel Lindala is definitely one of the best places to stay in Valencia. It’s close to the beach and its restaurant-bar is really wonderful. Besides, there’s lots to do in the area.

If you’re looking for a boutique hotel in Valencia, then look no further. Book your stay at this beautiful oasis.

Restobar Lindala in the evening
Restobar Lindala is also great to visit in the evening

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