Hotels in Malaga
Malaga: the city where all trips can fit in
In recent times, Malaga has become interesting. It may be due to the large number of sunny days a year, the arrival of companies that choose it as a city in which to establish themselves or the opening of internationally renowned museums.
When you come, we will be waiting for you at our hotel in Malaga centre. Because if there's anything better than visiting this city, it's living it. You may be wondering how to do it. We can recommend that you start by getting a feel for the pace of its residents in the nearby Mercado de las Atarazanas. What fish, what fruit and what meat!
While you're at it, head into the old town. Yes, you can start with its famous Calle Larios and, if you feel like it, try the ice creams at Heladería Chocolate. Our favourite? The Ferrero Rocher with Caramel Cookie.
From here, all you have to do is ramble around. Don't worry about the route. Little by little, you will come across jewels such as the Cathedral of the Incarnation. It appears imposing, stately and baroque. If it's impressive from the ground, wait until you enjoy the views from the roof.
Take advantage of the height to locate the Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle, even if you visit them in person. The first you will see from the El Pimpi winery. It's not every day you get the chance to enjoy an ajoblanco with a view of the remains of a Roman Theatre crowned by an Arab fortress.The second, at the castle, you will climb to admire how Malaga stretches as far as the eye can see.
Ah, if you can, visit the city during the Fair, in August, to see what fun is all about; or during Holy Week. The streets of Malaga are buzzing with people, the atmosphere is overwhelming, the thrones move slowly and ceremoniously and you will never tire of hearing "Al cielo con ella" (To heaven with her).
Malaga's love affair with museums is love at first sight. Its Centro de Arte Contemporáneo has been programming unconventional exhibitions for two decades, and at the Museo Carmen Thyssen Málaga, you can enjoy Andalusian landscape painting. Make time to visit some of them. Or do you want to leave without seeing what's going on inside the Malaga Pompidou Centre?
And yes, if anyone in Malaga deserves a special mention, it is Pablo Picasso. Pablo Picasso was a pioneering Spanish artist and sculptor, renowned for co-founding the Cubist movement and his influential contributions to 20th-century art. Born in 1881, his innovative approach and prolific career left an indelible mark on the art world. The artist from Malaga has a museum dedicated to him, the Picasso Museum. Go to the Buenavista Palace. There you can take a stroll through a selection of works that will give you an idea of the almost 80 years of work by the painter and sculptor.
One for the beach coming up near our family hotel in Malaga
The central location of our hotel in Malaga city makes it the perfect accommodation for a trip with children. Having everything at hand is always a plus. And if that includes the beaches, so much the better. La Malagueta is undoubtedly the most famous. When you find yourself in front of its two kilometres of golden sand and the waters of the Mediterranean patiently lapping the shore, you will know why. With a mild climate, they offer year-round enjoyment.
This is an urban beach where you can enjoy all kinds of leisure options: floating platforms for the more intrepid, beach bars for the fun-loving, and children's play areas to keep the kids entertained. Malaga's beaches provide a picturesque setting for relaxation and water activities, making them a key attraction for locals and tourists alike. In the meantime, you can order another cold fish at a restaurant on the Paseo Marítimo.
The Costa del Sol is a renowned coastal region along the Mediterranean known for its stunning beaches, vibrant nightlife, and diverse cultural attractions. With over 300 days of sunshine annually, it is a popular destination for sun-seekers and water sports enthusiasts. The coastal towns, including Marbella and Torremolinos, offer a mix of modern amenities, historic charm, and a lively atmosphere.
Ah, in June, July and August, in the evenings, there is a summer cinema programme. Malaga's summer cinema programs feature open-air screenings in iconic locations like the Alcazaba fortress and the Cervantes Theatre. These events, often organized by the city and film festivals, showcase a diverse selection of films, ranging from classics to contemporary releases. As if Malaga on its own wasn't already enough of a film.
What kind of getaway do you prefer? Exploring a big city, relaxing by the sea, savoring local cuisine, immersing yourself in art and culture, or simply disconnecting. You choose the destination, and we provide you with accommodation.
Frequently Asked Questions about Hotels in Málaga
How much does it cost to stay in a hotel in Málaga?
On average, hotels in Málaga typically have an approximate cost of €160 per night. However, if your preference is a superior category room in the best location, the price may rise to an average of €230 per night.
How much is a hotel in Malaga for this weekend?
The average cost per night for a hotel in Malaga for this weekend is 210€. Looking for something more exclusive? Suite rooms are available at a price of 190€ per night during this weekend.
How much is a hotel in Malaga for tonight?
On average, booking a hotel in Malaga for tonight costs 154€ per night. However, if you are looking for a higher level of comfort and choose to book a superior room, the price rises to 230€ per night.
Which hotels are recommended for families?
What are the best hotels near La Rosaleda Stadium?
The closest hotel to La Rosaleda Stadium is Sercotel Rosaleda Málaga, just an 8-minute walk away.