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6 Nights Valencia All Inclusive - 3 people (2a/1c) October 4* Hotel + London Rtn Flights = £193pp (£580 total) @ Voyage Prive
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6 Nights Valencia All Inclusive - 3 people (2a/1c) October 4* Hotel + London Rtn Flights = £193pp (£580 total) @ Voyage Prive

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Posted 14th Aug
6 night all inclusive break for three people (2a/1c) in Gandia Valencia Spain, staying at the 4* Villa Luz Family Gourmet & All Exclusive Hotel which gets good reviews. The stay includes The Tower Terrace Club Room or Residence Room and a few extras such as Cava bottle and fruit basket upon arrival. Date availability for October and can flex if you want to stay for a shorter or longer period. Earlier months available although prices a bit higher. Works out at £193pp (£580 total) based on 3 people booking accommodation via Voyage and booking flights separately at Ryanair to Valencia from Stansted. Average weather is around 20 degrees in October.



4* Villa Luz Family Gourmet & All Exclusive Hotel - Sample date 16th Oct to 22nd Oct

For 6 nights at the 4* hotel including The Tower Terrace Club Room or Residence Room on an all inclusive basis, works out at £491 total

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Flights booked directly at Ryanair - sample date 16th Oct to 22nd Oct

Flights based on hand luggage from Stansted. Return flights for three people working out at £30pp. The hotel is around an hour by car from the airport.

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What's included

  • Tower Terrace Club Room or Residence Room
  • All Inclusive stay (Breakfast, lunch and evening meal with a selection of snacks and drinks).
  • Free child place (up to 11 years old)
  • Cava bottle and fruit basket upon arrival

Located in the heart of Costa Blanca and just 150 metres away from the beach of Gandia. The hotel has two swimming pools with a buffet restaurant, children's room and games room.

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Looks really nice, cheers chichi
Visited here in March this year, lovely long sandy beach, good bars and fish restaurants on the promenade however food in town restaurants leaves much to be desired. Before booking or eating anywhere I’d advise checking tripadvisor etc for reviews
mel140814/08/2019 17:32

Visited here in March this year, lovely long sandy beach, good bars and …Visited here in March this year, lovely long sandy beach, good bars and fish restaurants on the promenade however food in town restaurants leaves much to be desired. Before booking or eating anywhere I’d advise checking tripadvisor etc for reviews




The hotel is all inclusive but there are some good fish restaurants around, my random snap from last year

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This is a amazing deal!!!!! I'll be booking this for sure.
Chanchi3214/08/2019 17:55

The hotel is all inclusive but there are some good fish restaurants …The hotel is all inclusive but there are some good fish restaurants around, my random snap from last year[Image]


Which month did you go last year?
Shows as flying to Alicante for me...100 miles away!
Edited by: "timwishart" 14th Aug
timwishart14/08/2019 18:17

Shows as flying to Alicante for me...100 miles away!



There are Ryanair flights from Stansted to Valencia from £30 return - you book the flights directly at the airline (is also cheaper to do that) . Included this in the post for info.
My girlfriend is from Valencia, such a cool city, definitely go in and check out the old town, lots of Roman history too.

Museo de la Almoina is a great little museum to go! Only 2 euros. The museum is built above the old ruins with glass so you can walk over it, really cool.
Edited by: "londonstinks" 15th Aug
Worth to see Valencia
Booked a 4 night deal. Thanks
Chanchi3214/08/2019 18:08

around October last year


Do you think it would be ok in November? Mrs birthday
38268862-iQ13p.jpgNot quite as cheap as you say here
Top deal. Gonna see if the missus wants to go back. Good location near the beach, a fair walk into old town (50mins?) or a cheap taxi. Old Town is lovely and great on an evening. great to eat there too, although I realise this is All Inc.
Lots to do with kids too, park runs all the way down the old river, aquarium is good, biopark is best 'zoo' I've been to in the northern hemisphere
says the hotel is in Gandia
arty338115/08/2019 10:15

[Image] Not quite as cheap as you say here




Morning @arty3381 - for the price i've given the example of specific dates in the post what i've based it on (16th to 22nd October). It's also cheaper to book flights separately at Ryanair, which is also in the post. The way Voyage website is setup prices will range based on the date but for October there are dates for around the price point stated in the post.
it's about an hour's drive from Valencia
Chanchi3215/08/2019 10:25

Morning @arty3381 - for the price i've given the example of specific dates …Morning @arty3381 - for the price i've given the example of specific dates in the post what i've based it on (16th to 22nd October). It's also cheaper to book flights separately at Ryanair, which is also in the post. The way Voyage website is setup prices will range based on the date but for October there are dates for around the price point stated in the post.


Yeah just realised all of this, thank you though.
arty338115/08/2019 10:15

[Image] Not quite as cheap as you say here


Yep that's school holidays for you!
x80ssm15/08/2019 08:55

Do you think it would be ok in November? Mrs birthday




Obviously not as warm in November (average around 15 degrees - still better than the UK) and depends what you are looking for e.g. if after a beach holiday then probably other destinations maybe more suitable, but plenty of other things to do in.
There's a trend presently, whereby people are particularly going for an all inclusive to try and limit their exposure to the depreciating pound....Worth checking the t and cs as to whether the operator can apply a later surcharge to the price you've paid and in what circumstances. No deal will take the pound to Euro parity and quite possibly less. On the more uplifting side, am amazed so far noone has mentioned the utterly unmissable Ciudad de Las Artes y las Ciencias.
got all excited when i saw this but unfortunately the hotel is in Gandia (which is in Valencia province) but it's not in or anywhere near Valencia town. shame.
Pete52515/08/2019 15:07

There's a trend presently, whereby people are particularly going for an …There's a trend presently, whereby people are particularly going for an all inclusive to try and limit their exposure to the depreciating pound....Worth checking the t and cs as to whether the operator can apply a later surcharge to the price you've paid and in what circumstances. No deal will take the pound to Euro parity and quite possibly less. On the more uplifting side, am amazed so far noone has mentioned the utterly unmissable Ciudad de Las Artes y las Ciencias.



One of my fav buildings (I studied engineering so take interest in that kinda boring stuff lol) but wasn't much of a fan of Valencia. Missus and I both love our history (esp Roman) and both speak Spanish but both found it a bit, meh.

On a recent road trip of South France through South Spain and up to Madrid, much preferred Cartagena, Barca, Murcia and Sevilla but that's obviously subjective as everyone is different.

For anyone going, enjoy your time. We were there a few years back in October and weather was about 20-22C and sunny.
why hasn't the title been changed to Gandia? It's totally misleading. Are people booking thinking they are going to Valencia? Hopefully they read the description of the hotel before they do so.
Chanchi3214/08/2019 18:08

around October last year


What was weather like in october ? Im going to menorca october 7th and hoping it will still be warmish with minimal rain
I guess some people would like this, but it's not like a proper Butlins holiday!
Chanchi3215/08/2019 11:58

Obviously not as warm in November (average around 15 degrees - still …Obviously not as warm in November (average around 15 degrees - still better than the UK) and depends what you are looking for e.g. if after a beach holiday then probably other destinations maybe more suitable, but plenty of other things to do in.


Thanks for the info mate
There is an Indian restaurant too at walkable distance. Great deal.
SantoshKaushik15/08/2019 21:10

There is an Indian restaurant too at walkable distance. Great deal.


Go to Spain for an Indian?

One of the finest cuisines in the world and you're after a chicken tikka masala?

Madness!
How do you normally travel around? Rent a car?
random_dude15/08/2019 22:16

Go to Spain for an Indian?One of the finest cuisines in the world and …Go to Spain for an Indian?One of the finest cuisines in the world and you're after a chicken tikka masala?Madness!


lol that's correct. But for a vegetarian diet, the options are always limited. These restaurants at least have decent options for vegetarians.
Great deal .
cheaperbythe1215/08/2019 15:59

One of my fav buildings (I studied engineering so take interest in that …One of my fav buildings (I studied engineering so take interest in that kinda boring stuff lol) but wasn't much of a fan of Valencia. Missus and I both love our history (esp Roman) and both speak Spanish but both found it a bit, meh. On a recent road trip of South France through South Spain and up to Madrid, much preferred Cartagena, Barca, Murcia and Sevilla but that's obviously subjective as everyone is different.For anyone going, enjoy your time. We were there a few years back in October and weather was about 20-22C and sunny.


And I thought I was the only one who wasn't bowled over by Valencia, Ciudad of Art etc aside. I guess it's all relative. For me it was because I've seen lots of Italy. So had exactly the same "meh" reaction. Had I visited Valencia first, would have been different perhaps.
What's the time taken from airport to this hotel? And what's the best option for transfer?
Just so folk know. Gandia is roughly half way between Alicante and Valencia. It is a medium sized town on the coast about 30 Kms north of Benidorm.
google.co.uk/map…r=0
‘Las Fallas’ in March Is amazing to experience, it must cost so much to host and lasts a whole month with so many street parties, fireworks and events. They build huge elaborate Disney like ‘ninots’ several stories high all over the city and set fire to them on the last day. It’s a bit crowded and noisy but it’s well worth it. We sold our apartment in the city last year and miss the place so much.
If say without flight the price is cheap but could you tell me if I’m book the flight is it Cheap
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