Calle de Casas de Campos, 17, Málaga, Malaga, 29001
The price is £120 per night from 29 May to 30 May£120
29 May - 30 May
4.4/5 Wonderful! (973 reviews)
"Location, rooftop bar, staff (especially Monica from rooftop bar), everything was exceptional. Close to all of the major attractions, very much walkable and very clean. I loved my room. Slept so peacefully; so quiet though so close to the streets. Will be back soon!"
The price is £92 per night from 30 May to 31 May£92
30 May - 31 May
4.4/5 Wonderful! (955 reviews)
"Staff is very friendly and helpful. Breakfast is very good. Is an old building, but the location is great! Close to Calle Larios, the cathedral, Alcasaba, the Roman theater and the castle. All within a walking distance."
The price is £106 per night from 29 May to 30 May£106
29 May - 30 May
4.3/5 Excellent! (978 reviews)
"Decent room with balcony but no chairs. Cleaned promptly daily. Had a good massage and two good dinners there too. Location is quick walk to old town and beach but a noisy corner. Great place for breakfast across the street."
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Frequently asked questions
Tourists love the fascinating historical sites they find in Málaga. While you're here, you might want to visit the major shopping area and bustling port. You can also take some time in this family-friendly area to enjoy the popular beaches.
In Málaga, you'll find 2628 hotels and other accommodation options bookable on Expedia, including 49 designated as historic hotels or close to historic sites.
Málaga is notable for landmarks like Málaga Cathedral, La Casa Invisible and Malaga Roman Theatre. Known for its museums, cultural venues include Picasso Museum Malaga, Teatro del Soho CaixaBank and Museo del Vino Malaga. Port of Malaga is another popular sight to explore.
Guests who choose historic hotels have the chance to stay in a place that's been officially recognised with a national historic designation. Historic hotels throughout the world can be castles, palaces or even pubs or old police stations — as long as it's of special interest. These types of hotels in Málaga usually retain original qualities like traditional architecture and period features within the guestrooms or public spaces.
These are quite similar. The term “historic hotel” is more common in the U.S., while "heritage hotel" is often used in Asia and Europe. Historic hotels tend to focus on the physical building and architecture. Mainly heritage hotels draw meaning from the cultural value that the place has and how it inspired the surrounding community.
Yes, every effort is made to preserve treasured traditions and historic facades, but interiors include modern conveniences and safety features. Visitors should expect the popular amenities you'd find in a hotel such as Smart TVs, WiFi and updated bathroom facilities. When you book a historic hotel in Málaga, it doesn't mean you will stay in a place that's rundown or uncomfortable for guests.
Málaga Hotel Reviews
expedia verified reviews
"I have stayed at the hotel several times now before and after flights into AGP and can recommend it. Friendly staff.
Restaurant is open late, the food is good and reasonably priced. Having got fed up with very early flights we now fly in the night before and look forward to a drink and a meal when we arrive"
A verified traveller stayed at Holiday Inn Express Malaga Airport, an IHG Hotel