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Apartamentos Boutique Catedral Star Rating 3        
Montero Calvo 13

Less than a 20-minute stroll from Valladolid-Campo Grande Train Station, Apartamentos Boutique Catedral provides guests with an ideal base while visiting Valladolid. This modern property is a convenient base for discovering local vineyards as it is located in Rueda (DO).This 3-star property offers a lift, a tour desk and free Wi-Fi.
Ibis Valladolid Star Rating 2        
Avenida del Euro, 7

Set in Valladolid's business district, this straightforward budget hotel is 3 km from the National Sculpture Museum and 4.3 km from Catedral de Valladolid.The simple rooms all have wooden floors, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and work desks.
AC Hotel Palacio de Santa Ana by Marriott Star Rating 5        
Santa Ana s/n

Set in an 18th-century convent, this historic hotel is 3.1 km from Valladolid train station, 4.5 km from Plaza Mayor square and 4.
Felipe IV Hotel Star Rating 4        
C/ Gamazo 16

Opposite a bus stop, this upscale hotel is a 9-minute walk from Plaza Mayor and an 11-minute walk from the 16th-century Valladolid Cathedral.Quaint rooms with wood floors feature satellite TV and complimentary Wi-Fi, plus desks and minibars. Upgraded rooms add pull-out sofas and sitting areas.
La Vega Hotel Valladolid Star Rating 4        
Av. Salamanca Km. 131

In a residential area off the A-62 and the VA-30 highways, this modest hotel is 3 km from the Rio Shopping mall and 7 km from the city centre's Plaza Mayor.The old-school rooms provide free Wi-Fi and TVs; some offer views of a central atrium. Family rooms can sleep up to 5 people, and suites add living areas and whirlpool tubs.
Atrio Star Rating 4        
C/ Núñez de Arce, 5

A 2-minute walk from Valladolid Cathedral, this polished hotel is also a 5-minute walk from Plaza Mayor square and 0.6 km from the National Sculpture Museum.The functional rooms and suites offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Hotel Zenit Imperial Star Rating 4        
Calle Peso, 4

Set in a 16th-century redbrick building in the city center, this polished hotel is a 2-minute walk from Plaza Mayor and a 9-minute walk from the 15th-century San Pablo Church.The refined rooms with traditional decor and furnishings offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Room service is available.
Lasa Sport Star Rating 4        
Carretera de Rueda 187

Surrounded by pine trees, this upscale modern hotel with a portico and a water fountain is 11 km from Plaza Mayor and 12 km from Valladolid Cathedral.Classically furnished rooms with wood furniture and artwork feature flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and minibars. Upgraded rooms add minifridges and balconies with garden views.
Melia Olid Hotel Star Rating 4        
Plaza San Miguel, 10

This bright hotel in the city center is a 3-minute walk from the C/Angustias 5 Teatro Calderón bus stop and from the 15th-century San Pablo Church.The relaxed rooms provide free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minibars. Some rooms have covered terraces, and suites add separate living rooms.
NH Ciudad de Valladolid Star Rating 4        
Avenida Ramón Pradera, 10-12

This casual hotel in Huerta del Rey is 1.3 km from the central Plaza Mayor and 1.6 km from the 16th-century Valladolid Cathedral.
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Valladolid is the capital of the Spanish region of Castile and Leon located in the northwest of the Iberian Peninsula. It is a very historic place with many old buildings and museums. The National Museum of Sculpture houses an important collection by recognised artists. There are also many interesting churches. The facade of the Cathedral of San Pablo is an impressive and beautiful work, while only a few steps away are the Romanesque Old Church and the Church of San Benito, one of the oldest in the city. The Plaza Mayor is an interesting square with a number of significant buildings, including the Casa Consistorial, the Zorrilla Theatre, the impressive Post Office building and many more. Valladolid's culture is an important attraction, and perhaps the best time to appreciate this is Easter, the city's most important festival. During this time there are processions where striking religious images are carried through the streets of Valladolid in a display of art and mysticism. This event is one of great emotion, devotion and solemnity, making it a unique occasion. Valladolid will be an experience for all your senses, come and visit!