I would say that the location is not the best quality of this hotel, it is the magnificent and best staff that I ever met, they make you feel like home. I will recommend this hotel to everyone, you will understand my words,and will meet the warmest and courteous staff.
Located in Centro, this boutique hotel is steps from Fuente de Genova and Malaga Cathedral. Malaga Amphitheatre and Alcazaba …More
We have stayed in Malaga several times before but not at this hotel. It was further out of town that we thought, taxis are very reasonable and we walked a lot. The bar area was well used by people, we did feel though that this could have been made more relaxing, it was laid out more for diners. We had a room which was looking out over the covered in pool, nice room but rather dull, we upgraded to a front view room which was really nice.
Traveller from essex
Located in Centro, this eco-friendly hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Centre de Arte Contemporaneo, Malaga Cathedral, and …More
"Good accommodations for our needs (near airport)."
We were driving into Malaga in a rental car and we found the hotel was very difficult to locate. Access to local bus service was a big help, so in the evening we didn't have to drive into the city. The staff was very helpful in identifying bus numbers that would take us into the centre of Malaga.
Located in the heart of Malaga, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Jose Maria Martin Carpena Arena and Malaga Airport …More
Great location close to the beach. Excellent area for local shops, town and restaurants. Could not stay in the hotel for more than few days as the room was outdated although it was very clean the hotel staff are very accommodating. The hotel looks like a 4/5 star from the outside but is more like 2/3 star inside. That said the beds were comfortable and the shower was great.
Traveller from Essex, UK
2 km (1.2 miles) from the nearest train station, and a 30-minute drive from Málaga Airport, the hotel stands on the balmy …More
There is more than meets the stereotype to this Anglo-centric seaside resort. While most of Torremolinos is a brash high-rise heaven for fun-loving Brits, the low-rise western part is patronised by the Spanish and has a very different character. Soft golden sands stretch either side of town and there is a huge choice of entertainments by day and night. Aquapark is a white-knuckle water world; Tivoli World is the region’s major theme park.