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We have never been to Malaga before so it was pot luck as to where to stay. After reading dozens of reviews and looking at loads of hotels we plumped for the Astoria,simply because I'd read that t was near the metro from the airport....More
I stayed here for 2 nights last week.
It is in a good location in the City centre and right next to the train station to go to the airport.
Very modern but not much character as I think it is aimed at business travellers...More
This modern hotel is in the center of town at walking distance to the main sites and restaurants. Also very close to the bus- and trainstation. Good equiped and clean room. Breakfast (buffet) is only 6 euro's if you make a reservation the day before,...More
My husband, son and I stayed here for one night recently, owing to the lack of trains back to Seville, having seen my older son off on his flight back to England. We picked the hotel at random, having walked up from the Maria Zambrano...More
We used this hotel as a one night stop-over as we were getting an early morning flight the next day. We booked online and chose it because of the great reviews, and our only criteria was cleanliness and breakfast included. We also wanted somewhere in...More
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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.