For sale 3* Hotel and restaurant with pool in the center of Xativa
If you look for a small hotel with great potential, this is the one. This 3* hotel has a constructionthat follows the typology of the Valencian gardens of the 19thcentury
The building has been remodeled following its original construction and refurbished to nicely laid out hotel with several dining rooms / restaurant with gardens & terraces. There was a nice pool in the garden that will be reinstated for the new owners ( as currently restaurant is leased out and by leaving the property they have to reinstate the pool). Certainly very rare to find a small hotel, in such a vibrant city, with a pool !
There are currently 6 rooms en-suite, and also 2 extra ones on the ground floor that needs to be transformed slightly. All rooms come with a desk and a flat-screen TV. Each room comes with a private bathroom with a bath, free toiletries and a hair dryer. All units at Hotel have air conditioning and a wardrobe. Guests can dine in the on-site restaurant which has several dining rooms and out side terraces. There is plenty of space to make a private area, and other options to expand.
Clients can enjoy luxury rooms at a very affordable price. An emblematic, beautiful and cozy place, available to hotel users.The garden is one of the most pleasant places of the Hotel, with several resting areas. Special mention deserves the large fir tree planted at the end of the 19th century.
Rooms are trading around 70 – 85 euros a night, breakfast not included. The restaurant is currently doing great business year round and several options are offered by keep current operator or make changes, etc..
You have to visit the the place to understand the potential as well to see the space it offers to turn it into a special business, even a wellness.
A little bit about Xativa:
Xàtiva is a municipio of Valencians Community (Spain) located in southern Valencia, the north of the central regions and it is the capital of the region La Costera. It has de largest number of enclaves in Spain, with a total of 26 and in 2013 had 29,400 inhabitants.
Historically, Xàtiva was one of the most important towns of the Kingdom of Valencia even competing with Valencia and Orihuela, the other two most important cities in the Foral period. It was the birthplace of the Borgia Popes and retains an important artistic heritage, although it was burned in 1707 by the Bourbon troops in retaliation for supporting the Austrac troops during the War of Succession. In 1822 it became the capital of the province of Xàtiva, disappearing following the territorial division in Spain in 1833.
Although Xativa is an inland city, you can find beautiful beaches just 40 minutes away, like cities like Xeraco, Oliva, Gandia, Denia and Xabia. Towards Valencia is also Saler beach and L’Albufera. A good plan for a sunny da