Academy of Valencia CF
3 starsValencia, Spain

Your hotel is located in the “Parque Tecnológico de Valencia” in Paterna at walking distance to the Ciudad Deportivo of Valencia CF. 82 Fully equipped rooms just 15 minutes outside Valencia center, 10 minutes from Manises Airport and just 2 minutes from the leisure center Heron City. First class accommodation, personalized, agreeable and efficient service to make you feel at home. Free Internet Wi-Fi with fast and secure connection, digital TV platform, air conditioning and central heating system. All our guest rooms are exterior, with large beds and are fully equipped to offer the maximum comfort and means to work and rest at ease, feeling completely at home.



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The Ciudad Deportiva extends across an area of 180.000 sq.m. It is not only a school for future footballers and residence, but also a modern Rehabilitation Centre provided with different rooms for the recovery of footballers that are injured or in rehabilitation period.

There are several special rooms, like those for the physiotherapists, for jacuzzi, sauna and swimming pool. The large gym, with its different and modern machines, is the perfect complement for the appropriate physical training of the footballers.

On the first floor, the main building has ten rooms to lodge the footballers, as well as a living room and a dining room. The coach can play videos in order to analyse his team play and study their rival teams in the audiovisuals room. The dressing rooms for the first and second team are on the ground floor.

Connected to the main building there is a terrace with a capacity of 3.000 spectators approximately, where Valencia B uses to play their matches. On their side, Valencia’s first team has several grass fields for their regular training sessions, as well as some areas reserved for their exclusive use.

About Valencia

The province of Valencia is the largest of the three which go to make up the Valencian community. It is situated in the centre of the Spanish Mediterranean coastline. It overlooks the spacious Gulf of Valencia and is skirted at the back by a group of medium-high mountains and rolling plains leading to the lands of Aragon and Castile-La Mancha. It is opposite the Balearic islands and equidistant from the country's two major decision-taking centres: Madrid and Barcelona. Valencia is identified with the Mediterranean Sea because the culture deriving from the old Mare Nostrum is manifest in its patterns of social behaviour.