Hotels in Malaga, Spain

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Where to Stay in Malaga, Spain?


Luxury Hotels

  • Molina Lario: Befittingly located near the Picasso museum, the Molina Lario boasts of a sun deck and terrace overlooking Malaga’s iconic sites. It’s 19th century facade hides ultra modern interiors that are equipped with the most convenient and luxurious amenities. What’s more, there’s free wifi and choicest decor that beckon you to let your hair down and relax.
  • Vincci Seleccion Posada del Patio: When you’ve had enough of soaking in the gorgeous roof top pool, you can head over to the indoor exhibition of fascinating historic objects that gives Vincci Seleccion an eclectic character. Built on archaeological remains that guests can still visit, the hotel is a grand reminder of Malaga’s important historical past. Equipped with all the modern amenities, Vinci Seleccion is perhaps the most luxurious hotel in Malaga.

Mid-range Hotels

  • Don Curro: Centrally located and with well appointed rooms, Don Curro is an efficient hotel that provides you a home away from home. There’s even an in-house bingo hall!
  • Eurostars Astoria: Eurostars Astoria has an ideal setting in the centre of Málaga, 5 minutes’ walk from the Picasso Museum and 1 km from the beach. It offers free Wi-Fi internet access. The rooms are comfortable and air conditioned
  • Tryp Malaga Guadalmar Hotel: The hotel has two outdoor swimming pools and verdant gardens surrounding a beautiful property. The rooms are A/C and there is direct access to the beach from the hotel.

Budget Hotels

  • Hostel Larios: Located in Malaga’s shopping district, Hostel Larios is a backpacker’s delight. With comfortable beds and clean rooms, the hostel is great for people on a budget.
  • Hostal La Palma: Just 100 metres from Larios street, Hostal La Palma is in the historic city centre of Malaga. It offers free wifi and LCD TVs in well-mainatined, functional rooms.
  • Alamos Flat: Located in the Old Town, this apartment is in a 19th century Spanish building. There’s free wifi, TV, washing machine and a kitchenette with an oven, hob and microwave.


  • La Plaza: A great option for your Tapas craving, La Plaza is a no-nonsense restaurant that takes its food very seriously. You will find an extensive menu, clearly marked with vegetarian options and delectable tapas at a surprising price
  • Los Patios de Beatas: At Los Patios de Beatas, they don’t just take their food seriously, but also have a deep passion for their wines. That means an extensive winelist welcomes you at your table along with an eager-to-please server!
  • Bodeguita El Gallo: Lip smacking tapas and sweet wines await you at this traditional Spanish tavern. It is located right opposite Picasso’s museum.
  • Restaurante Gallego Candamil: On the street leading from the train station to the centre, this Galician restaurant is very popular with the locals. This is understandable when you see the great range of quality tapas at fantastic prices!

Hotels Near Attractions in Malaga