DingDong Valencia

DingDong Places Valencia is made up by 3 hostels located in renovated 19th century buildings that preserve part of their history. They are charming hostels that offer unique rooms, both in size and decoration, which makes each room different from the rest.

All hostels have rooms equipped with free Wi-Fi, heating, air-conditioning, mirror, bath towels and rain-effect showers. Reception is centralised in DingDong Telas, which is why we recommend contacting the hostel before your arrival.

The three hostels are located in the old town of Valencia, a few minutes away from the main points of tourist interest. Their good communication with the main public transports will allow you to easily get to anywhere in the city.

DingDong Telas DingDong Telas

The ground floor of the building where DingDong Telas is located used to hold a fabrics shop, and the original structure of the building was preserved during the renovation: large glass windows that used to be the showcase and the shop sign, “El Rey de las Telas”, The King of Fabrics.

DingDong Telas offers 18 modern and functional rooms. Most of them are exterior with natural light. The uniqueness of the building makes each room different from the rest.

The building that holds DingDong Palacete dates from the 19th century and was built where an old Renaissance palace used to be. The building was renovated in 2012 and has become a hostel with 21 rooms. Inside it elegantly combines the charm of its past with an urban and simple design. The result is a pleasant setting where you will find everything that you need to enjoy your stay in Valencia.

DingDong Palacete DingDong Palacete
DingDong Nuns DingDong Nuns

DingDong Nuns is a hostel with 25 modern and functional rooms. It occupies one of the buildings that was built on the site that was left after the an old nuns convent was demolished. It is a building filled with history whose name, Nuns, is also related to it.

Due to the singularity of the renovated historical building where it is located, each of the rooms is different to the rest and some of them preserve the original wooden ceilings that contrast with the cement or parquet floors.