3-star Hotel / Parador
HMAL1, Málaga, Andalucia
Chic tranquility near Malaga’s beach
In a leafy neighbourhood, just a short walk from Málaga's 'La Caleta' beach, it's so peaceful here you can hardly believe your just half an hour's stroll to the bustling centre of Spain's most 'happening' city.
This elegant villa, set in its own grounds with a nice little pool, has been recently transformed into a delightful small hotel with a keen eye for interior design and guests' comfort.
Your hosts, Eva, Sibel and Monica, will go out of their way to make sure you get the most out of your visit and can advise on city tours, restaurants and other activities and will help you discover the real Malaga.
7 rooms including 1 suite, 5 superior rooms (4 of which have a balcony, 1 a terrace) and one standard room on the ground floor.
A bathroom en-suite with shower.
– Large comfortable twin beds, or a double bed.
– Safety box.
– Flat screen TV and individually controlled air-conditioning.
– Private terrace * except the ground floor room *.
Swimming pool for guests' use only
Free WiFi throughout the hotel
Lift to all floors
Bikes for guests' use – free of charge (limited number)
Garden all round
On street parking (usually you can park nearby)
Buffet breakfast with eggs, fresh coffee, served to table
Plenty of restaurants nearby, in Málaga centre or at the fashionable Pedregalejo beach 2km east
Hotel FacilitiesTour Booking Service
WiFi all areas
Shared Lounge / TV Area
No smoking in hotel
Sports and WellbeingSwimming Pool (outdoor, all year)
Room facilities (all rooms)En-suite bathroom
Fridge / Minibar
Tea/Coffee making facilities
Safe deposit box
Bars / restaurants within walking distance of the hotel
Bar for clients only serving drinks and light snacks
Honesty bar for clients only
AccessibilityNot suitable for guests with reduced mobility
ParkingGarage parking (extra charge)
Birthplace of Picasso and gateway to the Costa del Sol, Malaga is the most “happening” city of Spain. Though it is best known for its famed beaches, there is much more to enjoy here.
An unexpected number museums and monuments, such as the 11th-century Alcazaba citadel and the Museu Picasso Malaga, restaurants and bars, offering fried fish dishes using the smaller fish (anchovies, mullet, mackerel…) and their typical gazpacho, will make you feel there is nothing more you can ask for.
If the city itself is a delight, you must not miss the rest of the province which lies on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea with 160 km of coastline and a multitude of beaches. In the interior, the charming "white villages" are worth a visit and there are over 15 protected natural spaces to discover.