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Vincci Selección Posada del Patio
4.6/5116 Reviews

Vincci Selección Posada del Patio

Malaga City Center Malaga|0.34km from downtown
This hotel sits on the bank of a non-existing river just at the very beginning of the old town of Malaga. Actually, it is on top of the old medieval town wall with some Roman parts. It can be seen through the glass floors you walk on at the entrance to the hotel and even better a half level down. It is fantastic! The whole reception area is very airy and beautiful. Our room was large and very nice. The bed was soft, a very unusual luxury in continental Europa which I very much appreciated. However, there could have been more than one chair in such a large room. It is now completely dominated by the bed. The bathroom was rather big and included two wash basins. Even if it was a bathtub and not a shower, which I prefer, it was well covered with full glass doors, so it worked fine. The only disadvantage was the high walls of the bathtub and together with the internal three steps stair up to the bathroom and entrance it is not very good for those who have restricted movement abilities. Our room had three full lengths windows, so called French windows looking out into a nice car free area. Unfortunately, the hotel was in my view overcautious since they had put a number of large red stickers on them that completely spoiled everything, otherwise it could have been very nice. The breakfast was good with a large buffet, the only thing that could have been added was an omelette chef. The staff in the breakfast room was very nice and even more so those in the reception. I liked this hotel very much.

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Picasso Museum Málaga

Picasso Suites Malaga
4.2/57 Reviews

Picasso Suites Malaga

Malaga City Center Malaga|0.04km from Picasso Museum Málaga
When we landed in Malaga I got a WhatsApp message explaining what I had to do to check in, including codes and I could even send a picture of passports to speed things up at the other end. Very easy to find the Suites, just a few seconds from the Picasso Museum. Check in was swift - greeted by a pleasant lady who took payment, explained a few bits and checked us in quickly. We were on the first floor - all the rooms are themed around Picasso, our apartment had some Picasso style wall art which was very quirky - I assume all of the apartments have these - a nice touch. Both the main entrance door and the door to your apartment all work off codes - which is a bit strange at first for those used to carrying around a key or a key card.- you need nothing other than the code. The apartments themselves are large - perfect for two, maybe even three, four might be crowded. It has everything you'd want - fridge/freezer, cooking hob, microwave, utensils - even a washing machine for those on long stays. Only thing lacking in ours was an iron - however a quick trip to reception sorted this out with no fuss. There was a lovely Juliet balcony out onto the Main Street below - a great view and nice to hear the hustle and bustle below though light sleepers might be less pleased with this. Noise wasn't an overly big problem though we were there in February - at the height of summer I imagine it could get rowdy. There was a big double bed and a sofa bed - both very comfortable. Bathroom was small but functional - nothing special but did the job. The location is fantastic - you are literally seconds away from the Picasso Museum (worth a visit!) and a short walk talks you to plenty of side streets with little tapas bars. It's such a nice vibe at around 9pm at night with everyone walking around, particularly if its still a bit warm. If I was to visit Malaga again, I'd happily stay here. Very much recommended.

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Malaga Premium Hotel
4.1/5102 Reviews
Malaga City Center
This is a really nice hotel, but don’t be fooled by the name, it’s more budget than premium. The staff are all absolutely lovely, really pleasant from check in to check out. They greeted us every single time we entered and left the building and are a real credit to this hotel. So let’s start with the room. I booked the superior room with views and I’m not sure that I got that room because it looked nothing like the photographs on the website which showed two large windows and quite a spacious room. We had a double room with a balcony overlooking the square, on the first floor. This is NOT recommended. It was so noisy, and it wasn’t so much the chatter and traffic outside, but the restaurant. At opening the chairs were dragged across the ground, the bumping music was turned up so we didn’t sleep in once during the holiday. Then at night had to listen to it all again. It wasn’t at all relaxing. And if we didn’t hear the restaurant, we heard the lift going up and down all night long. This isn’t really the room I thought I’d be having, whilst there was a balcony, it wasn’t the views they show on their own website. The room was also really small, like i mentioned above, more budget than premium. One thing that really made me laugh was the room had a kettle and two cups, but absolutely no tea or coffee was supplied apart from two tea bags and two packets of sugar when we checked in. When i asked at reception if we could have a couple of coffees, just assuming that housekeeping had forgotten, I was told if I wanted coffee, I had to go to the restaurant. That’s fine, but what is the point of having a kettle and cups in the room?? Even the most basic hotels supply tea and coffee as standard, so why a hotel that claims it’s premium wouldn’t makes no sense. The bathroom was also poorly designed with the sink jutting out so far you had to go around it to the toilet. The shower, however, was amazing. Also, not the end of the world but there are no foreign language channels on the tv (no English or German) so if you’re planning on chilling out in your room in the evening or even just want to drown out the sound of the restaurant below, remember to take an ipad or something you can stream from. The rooftop bar was another great point, again the staff were great, it was really spacious and it was really cheap to buy drinks. The hotel was really clean and housekeeping did a great job everyday too so no complaints in that department. The hotel is also in a really good location, right in the heart of the city, and whatever way you turned when leaving the hotel you ended up somewhere great.
Alcazaba Premium Hotel
4/5100 Reviews
Malaga City Center
I recently stayed in Malaga with my family and other family members for 6 nights. The staff were very welcoming and accommodating. The location is amazing, everything is walking distance. The hotel is located in a very vibrant area which is buzzing with restaurants, bars and cafes. The hotel offers a nice breakfast with a wonderful view of the Alcazaba. All in all, had a wonderful time which was made even more special by the staff, looking forward to visiting again soon.
Hotel Solymar
4/522 Reviews
Great location. The hotel is very close to the sea. The surrounding area has many restaurants, local bars and the regional market. The train station is 30 minutes on foot. The hotel is very clean, the rooms are cleaned every day, the towels are also changed. On the ground floor there is a modestly equipped kitchen (coffee machine, microwave, toaster, sink). The hotel staff is very friendly. The reception is available 24/7, so we felt safe. I recommend!
Exe Malaga Museos
4.1/548 Reviews
Malaga City Center
Stayed in room 406 top floor, very clean, lovely room with views over the rooftops, breakfast was plentiful continental style with scrambled eggs & small frankfurter type sausages. The roof top pool was cold but lovely all the same as was the sunbathing terrace on the roof. 2nd time staying here, probably will be a 3rd!!
Coeo Apart-Hotel Parras
4.4/571 Reviews
Malaga City Center
- the second bed wasn't prepared (even thought we opt in it) - toilets have glass doors - from the balcony you can see some ruined area with homeless people sleeping. - cockroaches are running around - no solt in the apartment (we stayed in three others appartments this december, we could always find solt there) - toilet was broken and running water was making noice during the night - we were missing a remote control for a TV - The kitchen is very tiny, hard to cook comfortably. there is no oven. on a good side: - we managed to make the second bed ourselves, as everything could be found in the appartment to make it. (Thanks to the whats up support) - if you seat on chair and don't look down from the balcony, the sunrices and sunsets are just stunning - the cockroaches were noticed only on the first floor, and mostly during the night or early mornings. - there is a supermarket in a walking disctance if you need some solt. - there are two toilets, so if one broken you can use another one. - there are two TVs, one remote control can be used for both, and we got a second conttrol after contacting the support. - there is a microwave
Room Mate Larios
4.4/5102 Reviews
Malaga City Center
We ended having our flights cancelled suddenly and had to quickly at 3pm find somewhere to stay . This was available and was read well and 15 mins into the centre from the airport. It was right in the middle in between the shops on 6 floors and nice and modern, greeted by friendly staff. We had a nice room , which despite requesting a double found we had a twin but as we were only there overnight , decided to stay put. Nice black and white decor with a small but nice bathroom with good accessories and good air conditioning. Have had a stroll outside, owing to the frustrating day we’d had we headed to the 5th floor to the rooftop terrace. Scaring the bar staff as we arrived bang on 5pm with no sign of anyone and were trying see if it was open when they appeared not expecting anyone to be up there. It’s a lovely place to see the city overlooking the cathedral ( merrily ring out the bells ) and served lovely cocktails and snacks to keep us going. Surrounded by loads of bars and restaurants ,you don’t have to go far to find somewhere and later on Malaga comes to life and is thriving and lively. We will come back and stay longer next time.

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