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GuitarGirl Hotel location is very good, buses from the airport stop right outside the door and buses to the airport leave from just across the road, and there were good bus links to other parts of the town. The hotel is just beside the entrance to the old town and city centre so great for exploring the city! Price was very reasonable considering the facilities- my room was large, with a huge bathroom with bath and shower, and satellite TV with various channels, both Spanish and foreign. Wi-Fi is available, although I did not use this, there are also Internet access points on every floor of the hotel if you do not have a laptop with you. Room was clean and comfortable, noise was not a problem and there was air conditioning (a must in Malaga in mid-June!). Staff were nice, not overly-friendly but not rude and they were helpful to me. I'd definately keep this hotel in mind for future visits to Malaga!
oksana.woz Cool place to stay, extremely convenient location, in very heart of Malaga town, safe, quiet, good rooms, very clean all over, hot showers, the hotel placed in character classical building with high ceilings. TVs are in every room, as far as I know, many channels available, but in Spanish. Very nice, friendly and handy staff, always there to help. The place is close to everything - tourist office, shopping, Malagueta beach, Picasso museum, restaurants, public transport etc. Definitely recommended for short/long stays. Great value for money (very reasonable prices).
calle torregorda 3, Malaga, EspañaExcellent 93%
Pasillo Santa Isabel no. 7Excellent 90%
sarfron Quirky and unusual, with a strong Moroccan influence. You'll either love it or hate it -- I absolutely loved it despite the lack of a shower curtain that resulted in a slightly flooded bedroom. My room was clean and the bed more comfortable than any of the other five hotels I stayed at during this trip. The host is charming and helpful, and his four-legged assistant, Maurice the pug is just adorable. The only downsides are the lack of breakfast facilities and the slightly intimidating surrounding streets. The Riad itself is lovely, but set in a rather seedy area in the Arab quarter. As a lone woman traveller, I felt wary in the neighbourhood after dark, though I had no problems. I never did find the nearby cafe which has a breakfast arrangement with the Riad, but ended up at an Irish bar in the Plaza which served me a huge tumbler of fresh orange juice, large cup of coffee and half a toasted baguette stuffed with spanish ham and melted cheese, all for E2.80! Cheaper than the place I couldn't find. There is also tea and coffee available any time at the Riad. I only travelled with carry on luggage and found the Riad within easy walking distance of both bus and train for the airport as well as being close to the cathedral and moorish forts. I will certainly stay there again on my next visit to Malaga.
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