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Vincci Selección Posada del Patio
4.6/5116 Reviews

Vincci Selección Posada del Patio

Malaga City Center Malaga|0.39km from Municipal Archive
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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The Lights Hostel
4/536 Reviews

The Lights Hostel

Malaga City Center Malaga|0.12km from Municipal Archive
First the good parts: - Staff is friendly and helps within the limits of their possibilities - Beds are comfortable - Was given a new room when I had concerns about another guest coughing a lot - location Now the bad stuff: - lockers are too small for most people's bags, which are then placed between the beds. I could fit my backpack only because I can dismantle it - curtains only cover half of the frontside of the bed in some rooms - and even if the whole front is covered at the back there is plenty of room for light to come in - the bed construction is not sturdy enough. If the other person moves, the whole bed is rocking - showers and bathrooms aren't clean. I've seen worse, but also way better. - This seems to be hostel for party crowds. Don't go there if you plan not-party-based vacationing or actually want to sleep at night and not during the day, which many people seem to do - people in the hallway and on the street might as well shout in the room. There seems to be no sound isolation. - when staff was alerted (by multiple people according to their own account) that there was a person who seemed infected they didnt seem to talk to that person and ask for a quick test or that he sleep with a mask. Instead they moved me to a different room upon request and presumably filled the room with someone else since they were fully booked. All in all this was by far the worst two nights during my vacation. It was IMMENSELY OVERPRICED considering what the hostel has to offer. I would NEVER come back and not recommend this to anyone. I even considered moving out early, but I couldn't get a connecting train that would fit my schedule.

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Atarazanas Malaga Boutique Hotel
4.3/5106 Reviews
Malaga City Center
So the good bits first .. Location - edge of town, so cheaper than the centre for everything but also convenient as only 5mins to the tourist part. Staff- Very friendly and helpful Breakfast - we didn’t book but it looked reasonable Improvements needed.. 1) This is not my idea of boutique there are at least 4 floors and over 100 rooms 2) The balcony is Juliette so no room for sitting but you could see the castle, mountains and Cathederal from ours 3) this is not set up for long stays , as you’ll see from the picture I mainly had to live out of my suitcase - no storage for clothes ( I saw previous complaints so did take a few hangers but hadn’t quite factored in NO drawers at all and just a suit hanger thing) 4) no bin in the room 5) most importantly for those with mobility issues ( I cannot do stairs easily due to prosthetics) not all rooms are accessible by lift - this is not shown or explained on the website . I attach a picture of the stairs to access the front rooms. In my opinion this is a great ‘weekend’ or ‘business trip’ hotel but it still has a lot of improvements needed to make it Boutique and good for holiday makers. TOP TIP- visit the ‘authentic Sherry Bar ‘ just round from the hotel - an experience not advertised anywhere but not to be missed !
The Lights Hostel
4/536 Reviews
Malaga City Center
First the good parts: - Staff is friendly and helps within the limits of their possibilities - Beds are comfortable - Was given a new room when I had concerns about another guest coughing a lot - location Now the bad stuff: - lockers are too small for most people's bags, which are then placed between the beds. I could fit my backpack only because I can dismantle it - curtains only cover half of the frontside of the bed in some rooms - and even if the whole front is covered at the back there is plenty of room for light to come in - the bed construction is not sturdy enough. If the other person moves, the whole bed is rocking - showers and bathrooms aren't clean. I've seen worse, but also way better. - This seems to be hostel for party crowds. Don't go there if you plan not-party-based vacationing or actually want to sleep at night and not during the day, which many people seem to do - people in the hallway and on the street might as well shout in the room. There seems to be no sound isolation. - when staff was alerted (by multiple people according to their own account) that there was a person who seemed infected they didnt seem to talk to that person and ask for a quick test or that he sleep with a mask. Instead they moved me to a different room upon request and presumably filled the room with someone else since they were fully booked. All in all this was by far the worst two nights during my vacation. It was IMMENSELY OVERPRICED considering what the hostel has to offer. I would NEVER come back and not recommend this to anyone. I even considered moving out early, but I couldn't get a connecting train that would fit my schedule.
Soho Boutique Equitativa
4.4/542 Reviews
Malaga City Center
Environment: The location is very good, just in the center of Malaga, the hotel is separated from the road to the pedestrian street, five minutes walk to the subway station, there are many restaurants and cafes around, and the distance from various attractions is very close; Service: The attitude of the staff is also very good, the staff in charge of the night shift does not speak English, but after the translation, it can understand the meaning, and call on time at four o'clock to wake up. It is the hotel that will be chosen next time I come to Malaga, and I am very happy because I have stayed in a great hotel.
Tandem Soho Suites
4.5/549 Reviews
Malaga City Center
Ease of check in left our bags at 11.00 as we couldn't get until 4.00 the concierge peaks very good English said he would phone when room was ready. Had a few ours sight seeing and shopping. The room was Fabulous we paid extra to have the roof terrace well worth it, we sat outside watching the world go by while having a few drinks. In the room was a list of restaurants listed by what they offered and price. While we were there we tried three of the restaurants amazing and a local bar. Plenty of hot water nice fluffy towels they do not change towels or sheets unless you ask and there is a charge, not sure if its different if you stay a week The one thing that stops it having 5* is you have to take your rubbish outside to the nearest public bin and hope its not full as we found on our last morning and my husband had to go to the next street to find a bin not good at 8.00am.
Mariposa Hotel Malaga
4.4/593 Reviews
Malaga City Center
The location is nice. The room was spacious and the bathroom was also pleasant. The parking garage is very small and it was a shame that the bar and restaurant were closed.
Apartamentos Debambu
4.4/558 Reviews
Malaga City Center
I am reluctant to review this accommodation as it's one of those places you would like to keep for yourself and a few close friends. The Debambu has two buildings and we were in the separate building but this was not a problem. The rooms are modern, clean and well laid out. Everything for a self-catering stay was at hand, It is situated in the centre of the old town and is close to all the major tourist sights, restaurant and bars, not forgetting the shops. Absolutely loved this part of Malaga and the Debambu. Thank you Antonio for making are very limited stay so enjoyable.

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