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Had an overnight stay in this brilliant hotel, got a really good deal only 45 euros. The rooms were clean and the bed comfortable, even had a little balcony.
The receptionists were friendly and helpful, they were nice about my poor spanish, but all spoke...More
We stayed at the Eurostars Astoria Hotel for 3 nights while in Malaga to watch a football match. The hotel is situated only 5 minutes from the centre of Malaga and is ideally placed for touring the city. The train station for the coast train...More
We went to this hotel after we had a disaster at Universidad de santa paule just 400 meters away. After our first night we cancelled and went to this hotel. It was only 8 euroes more expencive than the other hotel. We wanted a cheap...More
This hotel is just across from the Central Station, however do not be misled, this is not the Central Station for all of the intercity trains, but the central station for the Metro. The hotel itself is rather a small place, with quite tiny rooms,...More
Great welcome, and not far from the main drag (about a 10 minute walk).. Unfortunately the beds were extremely hard - so much so that we may as well have been lying on the floor - and despite it being a no smoking hotel (as...More
US$58 - US$227 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#9 Family Hotel in Malaga
#19 Romantic Hotel in Malaga
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I should also have added that you can follow a path up to the Alcazaba from an entrance beside the remains of the Roman amphitheater. It's steep walk but can be done. We took the Hop - on Hop - off tour bus up to it... More
I should also have added that you can follow a path up to the Alcazaba from an entrance beside the remains of the Roman amphitheater. It's steep walk but can be done. We took the Hop - on Hop - off tour bus up to it. Either way, it's worth a visit.