If you’re looking for the best possible base for your trip, an Airbnb in Valencia, Spain, is a great option. Valencia is a thriving port city on Spain’s southeastern coast. It’s a place where history mixes with modernity.
The charming old town showcases the city’s past while contemporary museums and cultural venues explore the present. Each accommodation is rented out by locals and displays the true culture of this incredible Spanish city. And the units are placed in great locations that make exploring Valencia’s top attractions a breeze.
No matter your group size or budget, there’s an Airbnb in Valencia that will accommodate your needs.
Quicklinks – Best Airbnb Valencia Rentals
Before you get into the full list, here is a quick look at some of the options you can expect to see.
Most Luxurious Place in Valencia: Spacious Santa Clara apartment
Best Apartment in Valencia for Couples: Citizentral Juristas
Best Airbnb in Valencia for Budget Travellers: Apartment/Flat Valencia
Best Accommodation for Families: Central flat with terrace
15 Best Valencia, Spain Airbnbs
It’s time to jump into the full list of Airbnbs in Valencia. Whether you’re looking for a central apartment, a luxurious villa, or a budget room to rent for a few days, you’ll have plenty of options.
Best suited to: First-time visitors
Biggest draw: Right next to the Valencia Cathedral
This luxury Valencia Airbnb (also available on VRBO) is the perfect place for a group of first-time visitors. This apartment has everything you’ll need for a stress-free stay. Not only is it contemporary and spacious, but it also sits in the heart of the city next to many of the top tourist sites.
Invite up to five guests as the apartment has two bedrooms, bathrooms, and a fully functional kitchen. Italian-design furniture beautifully decorates the space with a flowing, open-plan living area. Visitors can relax on two huge sofas in the living room while others are regaling in the dining room or cooking in the kitchen nearby.
The luxe flat prioritizes its guests’ comfort with a Nespresso coffee machine, hot tub, washer and dryer, fast Wi-Fi, and air conditioning. Just step outside to start your day by walking to the nearby restaurants, historic sites, and shopping areas, or catch a bus to the nearby beach just 10 minutes away.
What guests say:
“I cannot say enough great things about Maria’s apartment. We truly wanted to stay forever. It is huge and stocked with everything you can need. Maria the host is wonderful and went out of her way to make us comfortable. We will send all our friends going to Valencia to her apartment!” – Emily B
Best suited to: Budget travelers
Neighbourhood: El Pilar
Biggest draw: Easy access to attractions
If you’re looking for a Valencia vacation rental that won’t break the bank, this one is for you. This 1850 apartment in the historical center of Valencia has received a new life and has been renovated for your modern comfort.
This Valencia accommodation mixes modernity with the past with vintage furniture, posters, and ornaments. While the decor may be vintage-inspired, the rest of the apartment is very modern, with a fully equipped kitchen, air-conditioning, and TV.
Just outside your front door, you can enjoy many attractions within a short walk. Shop at the central market or sip sundowners with tapas at the beautifully lit-up square of Plaza de la Reina, less than a mile from your Airbnb in Valencia city, Spain.
What guests say: “Fabulous experience from beginning to end, Margarita & Enrique are great hosts. Their beautiful apartment is very spacious & comfortable. They provided invaluable advice & were so accommodating and kind when we arrived very late – thank you both.” – Lisa B
Best suited to: The pet parent
Neighbourhood: Camins al Grau
Biggest draw: Contemporary bohemian design
This bohemian Valencia short-term rental is the perfect place to unwind for a few days with your whole family by your side – including your beloved pet. Choose between a one and a three-bedroom apartment that sleeps up to six guests. They all come equipped with a living space, private bathrooms, and fully functioning kitchens.
The apartments are spacious, air-conditioned, and equipped with everything you need for your Spanish getaway, including flat-screen TVs, washing machines, and hairdryers. But, if you do decide to leave, the Amistat metro station is less than half a kilometer away and connects you to the rest of the city’s top spots.
Whether you’re hoping to stretch your pup’s legs or want an energy-busting activity for the kids, there are many activities just around the corner. See the fishes at Valencia Aquarium or swim with them at Malvarrosa Beach or Playa de las Arenas Beach.
What guests say: “The location was fantastic – really vibrant during the day but very quiet at night. Loved the market on our doorstep and huge supermarket opposite” – Lindsey
Best suited to: A small family
Neighbourhood: El Pla del Real
Biggest draw: Sleek and modern
This sleek apartment is a great find for travelers who want to stay close to the city center but not be inside the hustle and bustle of it. This accommodation is close enough for a city view but just far enough for a quiet afternoon stroll in the nearby gardens.
Whether you choose a simple one-bedroom apartment or the grand loft apartments, you’ll have more than enough space. All units come with a kitchenette, dining area, and living space, all wrapped up in a simple design.
Walk just a few steps to Turia Gardens or Jardí de Montfort for a relaxing afternoon, sniffing flowers and lounging in the Spanish sun. If you prefer deeper forms of relaxation, visit Balneario La Alameda Spa nearby for a soak in the historic Hyperthermal waters.
Whether you choose to stay in our explore outside this modern apartment, you’re bound to return absolutely relaxed from your Airbnb experience in Valencia.
What guests say: “Brand new and clean rooms. Comfortable beds. Helpful staff. Convenient parking garage. Very very nice hotel overall.” – Demet
Best suited to: The city goer who loves nature
Just across from the once river beds of the Turia turned lush gardens is where you’ll find this big and modern apartment building. The tall structure allows amazing views of the city and the nearby gardens while you can hear the sounds of the Bioparc Zoo in the distance.
It sits beautifully in the middle of man and nature and is a great place to stay if you love exploring the outdoors in the city. Units may be small, but they have everything you need, from a kitchenette and dining room to a balcony or terrace.
It is just five minutes away from the bus or metro stations which makes it an excellent apartment for the nature-lover on the go.
What guests say: “The apartment was clean and well equipped. It is close to the old town. Also public transport stations are nearby so it’s easy to get around the city.” – Zoltan
Best suited to:The modern traveler
Neighbourhood: Ciutat Vella
Biggest draw: Amazing city views
This Airbnb in Valencia may be located in the Old Town, but its modern color palette of grays, browns, and whites elevates it with a subtle modern twist. If you’re a lover of the arts, history, and architecture, you’ll adore this apartment location.
Don’t have time to waste? The fully-equipped kitchen will help you save time to spend more of it on your excursions with its savvy appliances like a dishwasher and washing machine. You’ll need your energy which is why the kitchen has a coffee machine which you can enjoy on your balcony overlooking the city waking up.
Or, treat yourself to breakfast at one of the cafes at Plaza de la Reina Square, just around the corner. Once you’re fueled up, it’s a good excuse to visit the nearby Valencia historic landmarks like UNESCO-protected La Lonja de la Seda, Valencia Cathedral, or the Virgen de Los Desamparados Basilica.
What guests say: “Fantastic central location with a spotless apartment. The apartment was roomy and also had a nice view of the square which had a great buzz from the buskers and also the restaurants.” – Yvonne
Best suited to: A small group of friends
Neighbourhood: Ciutat Vella
Biggest draw: Spacious
Mon Suites San Nicolas is one of the best Airbnb in Valencia, Spain, for four friends hoping for a quiet vacation but still nearby the city fun. And, with the soundproof walls and spacious rooms, it is the perfect place to recover from a long night out.
All apartments have amazingly big rooms with big windows that allow the sights of the city and the sun beams to stream through. Don’t worry. While the sun may be beaming through, you’ll be perfectly cool with the air-conditioner on blast.
Enjoy your meals in the open-plan living room, which you can prepare in the kitchen, complete with a stovetop, oven, fridge, and coffee machine. When you’re done, just pop everything in the dishwasher.
While it may be difficult to leave this fantastically decorated apartment, we encourage you to visit the sights just a stone’s throw away. Stroll along the blooms of Jardines de Monforte or the Turia Gardens before visiting the gothic 13th-century Church of Saint Nicolás.
What guests say: “Perfect central location near amazing market and cathedral Easy walking to shops and restaurants Great sunny roof terrace for lazing out” – Elizabeth
Best suited to: The foodie traveler
Neighbourhood: Quatre Carreres
Biggest draw: Their bar-restaurant
This apartment for rent in Valencia, Spain, may be a bit more expensive than other vacation rentals on our list. But once you smell the aromas coming from the hotel’s downstairs restaurant from 8 am each morning, you’ll understand why.
Choose between up to 40 vacation apartments to spend your holiday in. Each aparthotel suite comes with a kitchenette, lounge and dining area, and a fully-equipped bathroom. Depending on which apartment you choose, the city views can be enjoyed by two to six guests.
You can enjoy the free Wi-Fi and coffee machine from your apartment, or you can walk down to the on-site restaurant and bar. Here, you’re spoiled with special discounts on breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
After your meal, walk it off by exploring the El Saler Shopping Centre or visiting the many museums and galleries in the neighborhood. The hotel overlooks the City of Arts & Sciences, which is sure to pique your interest. Lucky for you, it’s less than a mile away and ready to be explored.
What guests say: “Very friendly and helpful staff. Great quality of food in restaurant. Apartment has all the facilities you would need. Common laundromat on site.” – Cris
Best suited to: Luxury traveler
Biggest draw: Sleek and luxe
If you like all things luxe but don’t want to stay in a hotel, this aparthotel in Valencia’s Old Town is the perfect happy medium. The apartment is modern and sleek all around, with a splash of red to spice up the decor.
From the kitchen and lounging area to the bedrooms and bathrooms, this hotel remains sophisticated. Enjoy cooking breakfast in your full kitchenette, which you can enjoy on the balcony overlooking the streets. Or, open the floor-to-ceiling to let the Valencia sun and sounds move through your space.
There is a supermarket less than a mile away you can visit to pick up breakfast ingredients or walk around to find quaint restaurants on the side of the road. This part of the city is always buzzing, so you’re sure to find something new to eat or experience close by.
What guests say: “Central location. Nice sized kitchen area with all the necessary utensils. Beds were comfy; bathroom very nice.” – Richjoy
10. Palau de Palomar
Best suited to: A big group
Neighbourhood: Ciutat Vella
Biggest draw: Excellent location
Palau de Palomar is in Old Town in Valencia and is bursting with stylish decor, friendly staff, and lively nightlife in the middle of the city. You can easily view the charming streets below through the floor-to-ceiling windows covered with stylish wooden shutters.
This theme continues throughout the apartment as the modern space has wooden floors and more wood fittings on the ceiling. Relax under the shade on the wooden terrace or enjoy the sun on your spacious balcony overlooking the city.
Bedrooms are big, with some rooms having en-suites while others are loft beds above the living room. Cook a homemade meal in the private kitchen complete with dishwasher, dining area, and coffee machine, or head downstairs to the many restaurants and bars nearby.
If you’d like to travel further, the Estación del Norte Railway Station is just 0.4 miles away, while there are many bus stations within walking distance.
What guests say: “Excellent location in the historic heart of Valencia Old Town with a huge amount tasty restaurants in surrounding. Easy access to sightseeing. Extremely friendly and helpful staff.” – Juri
Best suited to: Large groups
Biggest draw: Luxury features
If you’re looking for villa Valencia vacation rentals, this luxury property will take your vacation to the next level. Everything about this accommodation is top-notch, from the private pool and outdoor terrace to the cinema room with an HD projector.
There are three bedrooms that can accommodate eight guests, and the sleeper sofa in the living room can sleep another two guests. The kitchen is stocked with plenty of modern appliances, like a coffee capsule machine and a juicer.
The villa is tucked away in a quiet suburb, but when you’re ready to head out, you’ll be close to the metro.
What guests say: “The home is lovely and it is right outside the main city but close enough to get to the city center. Great place for large families” – Sylvia
Best suited to: Families
Biggest draw: In the city center
Parker The Urban Flats is your modern home away from home in Valencia. Bring the kids and enjoy the spacious apartments with family rooms stocked with board games, baby kits, international satellite TV channels, and more. They offer an airport pick-up service because traveling with kids can be stressful enough.
Apartments are tastefully decorated with a modern minimalist approach. The biggest rooms can sleep two adults and two kids, while the smallest units can cater to three adults. Whether you’re a big or small family, all apartments have fully equipped kitchens and private bathrooms, with select flats offering balconies with outdoor dining areas.
Walk just up the road to the nearby restaurants and bars to try authentic Spanish cuisine, or take the hassle out of your trip and rent a taxi straight from this 3-star aparthotel to take you anywhere you want to go.
What guests say: “everything, the apartment was furnished with so many things you need for living and cooking, it feels like home, highly recommend this place” – Vitaliia
Best suited to: Families
Neighbourhood: Ciutat Vella
Biggest draw: Good value for money
This vacation rental in Valencia, Spain, is in a 19th-century building in the historic center of the city. However, upon entering, this modern design will make you forget how old the building really is.
Rooms are simple and sleek with neutral tones but not boring. All apartment facilities are taken care of with a fully serviced kitchen and bathroom. If you bring the kids along, the hotel also offers high chairs, children’s books, DVDs, and free cots upon request.
Just 10 minutes away is where you’ll find the hottest bars and restaurants. But if you’re looking for something more exciting, try the hotel’s Segway tours to get to know the city a little better without the leg cramps from walking for long hours.
What guests say: “the property was very clean, location was very good as it’s near to everything like super mercado, groceries and tapas bar. the staff was very helpful and accommodating. Good value for the money too.” – Marie
Best suited to: Beach lovers
Neighbourhood: Poblats Maritims
Biggest draw: Close to beach
It’s not every day that you find Valencia, Spain, vacation rentals in between the city and the shore. This colorful apartment is one of those gems.
If you love the beach, you’ll probably enjoy the location of this Airbnb. Valencia’s Playa de las Arenas beach is less than 0.6 miles away and just a short walk. From here, you can smell the sea breeze without the hassle of trailing in the sea sand to your apartment.
Rooms can sleep up to four adults and one child, which makes it an excellent vacation rental. Macflats Valencia Puerto comes equipped with a kitchenette, washing machine, and dishwasher.
When you’re not on the beach, you can enjoy the free wifi or satellite channels on the flat-screen TV. Or, enjoy the sights nearby like El Musical Theatre, City of Arts & Sciences, or Aqua Valencia Shopping Centre.
What guests say:
“Pleasant host and good location not far away from the beach and city’s main attractions.” – Vladimir
Best Airbnb in Valencia, Spain: Final Thoughts
Nothing sets up a Valencia vacation better than finding the perfect place to base your trip. Each one of these Spain vacation rentals is guaranteed to guide your holiday in the right direction. And, with the added bonus of local influence weaved into their design, you can learn even more about Valencia’s culture.
As opposed to a conventional hotel, they offer fun and unique accommodation in Spain. No two places are the same!
If you’re traveling a little further in Spain, we have plenty of other handy Airbnb guides to cities, including Barcelona Airbnbs, Barcelona Sagrada Familia Airbnbs, and Seville Airbnbs, just to name a few. So you can find the perfect accommodation wherever you travel to.