Hotel Lys is located in the centre of Valencia and is just a few minutes away from the train station and the Town Hall Square. The hotel is set in an area with all kinds of shops, restaurants and buildings of cultural interest.
Decorated in an elegant and attractive style, the accommodation comprises 101 fully fitted bedrooms including 81 standard rooms, 4 junior suites, 1 suite, 13 executive bedrooms with balconies and 2 single rooms. All bedrooms are fully equipped with independent air conditioning, safe, direct dial telephone, mini bar, pay TV and hair dryer.
Other services available at the hotel include room service, satellite television, pillows menu and WiFi internet connection throughout the hotel.
Junior suites have a large sitting room with reception area fitted with a dining-room table, desk, two large comfortable sofas, coffee table as well as a mini-bar and television in both the sitting-room and the bathroom, telephone in each room, a valet stand, two very spacious fitted wardrobes and a dressing-room, bathroom with separate shower and bath, magnifying mirror, hairdryer, weighing scales and bench.
Executive bedrooms are located on the 5th and 6th floor, decorated in a warm, elegant and welcoming style offering great space and brightness. Bedrooms have a small reception area, a full bathroom with a shower and bath in some cases, bedroom with two beds, mini bar, a desk, large balconies, and wooden floorboards.
The suite has one sitting room fitted with dining table, a large, comfortable sofa and armchair, coffee-table, television both in the sitting-room and in the bedroom, telephone in each room, a valet stand and two fitted wardrobes. The 2 bedrooms are connected by the reception area and the sitting room, each with a full en-suite bathroom.
The hotel's Almudi Restaurant and Micalet Bar are located on the noble floor. These are ideal venues for business meetings and offer guests a varied sort of menus.
Located on the east coast of Spain, Valencia has regenerated itself to become a modern, cosmopolitan city. Washed by the Mediterranean Sea, its excellent climate is one of its main advantages. The fine sand and crystal waters, the vastness of the open sea, and the proximity of the coastal mountain range lend the Valencian coast a unique appeal.
Due to its location, Valencia has been the Spanish gateway to the Mediterranean, with the special charm that seaport cities have.