x The average starting price for a place to stay in Malaga is £39 per night.
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.
AlexLeciejewska Very nice place with a really welcoming and helpful team. I enjoyed my stay and recommend the hostel.
vincenttb I liked the oriental atmosphere in the back yard. The hostel was located rather off-centre though and you really need a bus or taxi to get there from the train station/ bus station. There were rumours of items being stolen from a locker. Staff was very friendly.
BN Location is absolutely lovely: right in the center and only 15 min walking to the beach. The staff is friendly. The rooms were ok but could have been cleaner. Also in the showers, some of them didn't have warm water or the lock on the door was broke. The hostel offered a lot of activities (the free walking tour was amazing) and also the pub crawl was very nice. I would recommend this hostel, price-value it's good!
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.
delek1 Poor rooms for high price. Perfectly situated in the centre of Malaga, near Alcazabba, beach, cathedral and plaza picasso. -- No windows in our room, no airco giving very warm nights. Showers were poor, 1 toilet for our floor (12 persons) ++ Free internet, helpfull service, good location and a roofterrace makes the place worth a stay.
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