x The average starting price for a place to stay in Malaga is £38 per night.
Calle Cuartelejos, Nº 2, 1-CExcellent 93%
AlexLeciejewska Very nice place with a really welcoming and helpful team. I enjoyed my stay and recommend the hostel.
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!
oksana.woz Good value for money, quite close to the amenities, safe and quiet, hot showers. It was a bit too warm in the room, but, frankly speaking, it was during extremely hot time in July. TV channels were a good entertaining benefit. Would recommend the place for a short stay. Staff was helpful and nice.
yoli_domin The stuff of La Casa Mata Backpackers were very nice and friendly!! They were available for evrything we needed...they were really useful! Thanks for everything!
tmjungling Absolutely loved this place! The people were so friendly and welcoming. The rooms were amazing. No TVs or air con (did get a bit warm, a fan would have been good), but they are decorated with quaint antiques and artefacts. Really has a lot of character. Also they provided the best breakfast of any other place Ive stayed at. And free flamenco on Thursdays! In a cool part of town with lots of tapas bars to choose from. Would definitely return here and highly recommend it!
iansko89 thoroughly enjoyed stay here,esta who runs the place was so friendly,helpful and spoke very good english.recommend it as a nice place to stay for a few days if exploring malaga
craig_fall great location in malaga, nice people and kept very clean, quite basic but great for the money. thanks
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