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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Malaga is £37 per night.
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!
calle torregorda 3, Malaga, EspañaOutstanding 95%
clav The beach is only a 5-10 minute walk away. You'll have to take the bus to Malaga Centro, but it's close enough. There's great cafes, bars, seafood restaurants, ATMs and a minimart, all within walking distance. It's also very easy to find - just a short walk away from the bus stop - and staff are friendly.
Pasillo Santa Isabel no. 7Excellent 90%
tatreacy This lodge is absolutely charming. The location is perfect, on a tiny little street, no traffic, and behind a church....yet, a perfectly wonderful short walk to town. My room was large with a balcony.The house is spotless. The kitchen is so well fitted, a lovely place to start the day. The owner is completely accomodating. I highly reccomend.
Sander Great rooms in this hotel, with very good beds, and a pretty extensive breakfast. Staff was sometimes a bit hard to find, which was annoying on the morning when we had to catch a plane (took longer to get breakfast and to check out than it should've), and WiFi wasn't free. The location wasn't the most convenient, though it was certainly doable to walk to the town center (or take the very frequent busses when we were feeling lazy).
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