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 # Frequent questions 


Students interested in booking accommodation through us must simply let us know at the time of booking (in the comments section of the inscription form, for instance), easy as that.

Remember that there is no need to do so, though: if you prefer to do it yourself, there is a list of websites where you can find plenty of options at really good prices in the “Valencia” section of our website.

All flats are within walking distance from the school, usually no more than 10-15 minutes on foot (depending on availability at the time of booking), usually around Petxina (5-10 min.), Ciutat Vella (5-15 min.) or Russafa (10-20 min.). If for whatever reason they are in a different area, we will inform you before proceeding with your reservation.

Since we do not own the rooms our students rent, we have little control over the exact type of flat, number and age of tenants (mostly students of all ages or young professionals) or other aspects. Rooms are usually quite spacious, have a desk and internet connection is normally good. The smallest flats have just 3 rooms, while the biggest can have around 8 (when there are more than 4, there are usually at least 2 shared bathrooms). Since they are assigned upon arrival, it is very complicated to be sure of the exact characteristics of your room and whether it would suit your needs or live up to your expectations. For these reasons, we cannot provide pictures nor guarantee any specific aspect, sorry.

Flats are fully equipped with everything you may need during your stay, including kitchen utensils (meals are not provided), bed linen and washing machine. You will only need to provide your own towel.

We also collaborate with a very reduced number of selected host families (for students who prefer this option), so they tend to be fully booked very soon in advance. Also, many people are fortunately adopting more sustainable diets these days and some may have certain requirements due to allergies or other medical conditions, but it is true that it is not easy to find families who can cater for specific dietary needs, not because they do not want to, but because it can be complicated when they have to cook for other people too.

Take also into account that certain moments of the year (the weeks during and around Fallas or summer, for example) can be especially complicated in terms of availability.

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