Spain Housing

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Welcome to Valencia, Spain's pearl on the Mediterranean Sea. But hold your horses before you get down to exploring this city, known for the Falles and its spectacular fireworks shows. Where are you going to stay tonight? We've got you covered. In Spain housing can be a difficult prospect without a good, solid base of Spanish to fall back on. Unlike most European countries, in Spain you cannot take for granted that people will be able to communicate with you in English in Spain. This makes finding housing a bit tricky for newcomers with little or no Spanish language skills. That's where we step in for our students.

We make it a cinch to get your Spain housing issue settled so you can sit back and relax and just enjoy your stay. We work with an extensive network of Spain housing providers, including residence halls (like hostals for students), apartment owners and even Spanish families who are familiar with our students and know what their needs are. Just reserve your housing in Valencia through our online reservation system and we'll set it all up for you so once you get here you can just... go right home!

Please note that as a Go Spanish Abroad partner school we apply the following rules of conduct to ensure that the quality of our Spain Housing network is maintained.


1. No parties.

2. Loss of keys will lead to the withholding of the deposit. If the keys are stolen, 30€ will be deducted from the deposit.

3. No sleep-overs by people who don't live in the residence.

4. No changing rooms without first advising the Housing Department.

5. No making noise during Quiet Hours. Quiet Hours start at 11:00 PM.

6. No alcohol.

7. No smoking.

8. No illegal substances.

9. No animals (with the exception of seeing-eye dogs).

10. No sleeping in others' beds.

11. Any damage or breakage will lead to the withholding of the deposit.

12. No eating in bedrooms.

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