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Where to Stay in Malaga?

There are accommodation types to suit all budgets in this sunny Mediterranean port city, from cheap hotels and hostels, to upmarket resorts and exclusive beachfront retreats. Within the city itself, the historic old centre of town is one of the most appealing places to stay. The narrow streets are full of character and there are plenty of places to eat and drink. It is also a good base for exploring city sights such as the cathedral, the Museo Picasso Malaga and Alcazaba, the Moorish fortress which is situated next to the Roman theatre. Away from the city centre, there are numerous hotels along the seafront and near the city’s beaches. Standards and facilities vary from place-to-place, but many properties have swimming pools and spas. Some of the cheapest hotel deals can be found in the area between the port and the historic centre, and there are several affordable options near the railway station. The city’s hostels also offer good value for money. Beyond the city, the seaside resorts of Marbella, Fuengirola and Torremolinos on the Costa del Sol are popular with tourists and offer a variety of accommodation options.

Malaga Accommodation Options

Accommodation in Malaga is plentiful and it is often possible to find cheap hotel deals and last-minute offers. There are numerous hotels in and around the city, from simple, no-frills pensiones and hostales, to luxurious beachfront properties with numerous facilities such as swimming pools, restaurants and conference centres. In Malaga’s neighbouring beach resorts, much of the accommodation is geared towards the package holiday market, and there are numerous self-catering apartments and hotels. It is also possible to rent luxurious villas, some in stunning rural locations with sea and mountain views. This is a good option for families and those wishing to explore the wider area. If you like the idea of sleeping under the stars, there are several campsites in the Malaga area and these provide a way to save money on accommodation.

Malaga Hotel Recommendations?

For superb views of the city and bay you could try the Parador Hotel Malaga Gibralfaro. It is situated among the pine trees in the old part of the city on mount Gibralfaro. It has an outdoor pool with far-reaching views out to sea.

The AC Málaga Palacio is situated in central Malaga, not far from the Picasso museum and Alcazaba. The restaurant and terrace on the 15th floor have wonderful views across the city and there is a fully-equipped fitness centre and outdoor pool.

El Riad Andaluz is a small guesthouse not far from Picasso's birthplace that offers affordable, family-run accommodation. It is well located for the attractions, cafes and bars of the old town and it has a pretty courtyard.

Transport in Malaga

Malaga Airport is located approximately 8km from the city centre. Regular trains and buses link the airport and city. It is also possible to book a taxi or rent a car at the airport. From Malaga there are good rail connections to other Spanish cities and resorts including Madrid and Barcelona.
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