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Silent little hotel not far from the beach, the staff don`t speak any language except Spanish.
The room was comfortable enough. There is a TV in the room with several Spanish broadcasts.
The bathroom is good with a huge bathtub, however the soap and the...More
This hotel is cheap and situated close to the public beach. Staff is very helpful, but one of them don't speak English. Hotel was very clear. Air condition worked in some of the rooms. In the reception you can borrow an iron or order a...More
One of the cheapest hotels in Malaga providing private ensuite rooms. It's 24hr so can be noisy with other guests arriving during the night and the charges for using the kitchen are unclear; otherwise clean, friendly, conveniently located, and affordable.
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Stayed in Hotel Solymar 3 nights in october in our andalusian round trip.Arrived very late at night picked a taxi from airport payed 20 euros.Check in went fine night receptionist and actually all of them were really friendly and helpful.Rooms are fine cleaniless were not...More
Stayed with my husband for 4 nights in October and would recommend. For a 2 star hotel it offers excellent value, it is about a 20 minute walk from the centre of Malaga but there are buses if needed and the walk is flat and...More
I cannot remember the number, but I found all the information that I needed online. Maybe it was from a city map? No transfer was needed; I got off two+ blocks from the hotel at a big indoor market. I think that I knew ahead... More
I cannot remember the number, but I found all the information that I needed online. Maybe it was from a city map? No transfer was needed; I got off two+ blocks from the hotel at a big indoor market. I think that I knew ahead of time how many stops the bus made, etc. It seemed very accurate and efficient when I was there, but I didn't bother to post it to my permanent memory, as I am unlikely to return to Malaga. From the same stop, I got another bus to the Picasso Museum, Roman ruins, and the port terminal - also very easy. Returning from sightseeing, the bus route was several blocks inland, but the bus driver and some other passengers were very helpful in telling me where to get off and which direction to walk.