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Unique Rooms at Parador de El Saler

LLEBEIG Room

Pure Mediterranean. The Llebeig, the warm and humid south-easterly wind, caresses you while you take a bath in the terrace Jacuzzi. The pure and simple lines of the room, more than 200m2 in size, allow the quality of the materials to be the main attraction, the perfect companion to the sunlight which appears from the east each morning, to which the room faces. Our suite will surprise you with its innovative design: a cube of Madagascan ebony houses the bathroom, separating the lounge from the bedroom. Among other commodities it has two plasma televisions, 2m x 2m bed, etc. Conceived to delight the senses with a view of the Mediterranean Sea, a sunset on the terrace will turn out to be unforgettable.
 

XALOC Room

Pure Mediterranean. The Xaloc, the warm and humid south-easterly wind, caresses you while you take a bath in the terrace Jacuzzi. The pure and simple lines of the room, more than 200m2 in size, allow the quality of the materials to be the main attraction, the perfect companion to the sunlight which appears from the east each morning, to which the room faces. Our suite will surprise you with its innovative design: a cube of macadasar ebony houses the bathroom, separating the lounge from the bedroom. Among other commodities it has two plasma televisions, 2m x 2m bed, etc. Conceived to delight the senses with a view of the Mediterranean Sea, a sunset on the terrace will turn out to be unforgettable.
 

About Parador of Parador de El Saler :
Avda. de los Pinares, 151
El Saler, Valencia 46012

The Parador's architecture is the perfect complement to the surrounding dunes and pine wood. Large windows will fill your room with light and invite the presence of La Albufera Nature Reserve into the hotel. You will be just 18 kilometers from Valencia, a city open to the warm Mediterranean, where remnants of the past harmoniously coexist with the most avant-garde buildings.

The cathedral, Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias (City of Arts and Sciences) and La Malvarrosa Beach are all well worth a visit, and a stroll. You are also sure to love the city's nightlife, where evenings extend until dawn almost without you realizing.

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