This 4-star boutique hotel located in the historic centre of M?laga, just 200 metres from Pablo Ruiz Picasso Foundation, offers an elegant yet cosy stay right in the city centre.
Housed in a 19th century building which has been restored to its former architectural beauty, the hotel prides itself on having one of the few preserved sections of the medieval wall of M?laga.

Well placed for eateries, shopping and art galleries and just 15 minutes on foot from the Alcazaba, the beach and the port, you couldn't be in a better spot.

The understated rooms come with complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, as well as minibars and Nespresso machines. Superior rooms add sitting areas, whirlpool tubs and/or balconies.

Amenities include a TV lounge, and a refined restaurant with exposed stone walls where a breakfast buffet is served.


The hotel has 17 en-suite rooms including standard and superior rooms.

All rooms have minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access and satellite TV available. Bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. 

Hotel Features

24-hour front desk
Free WiFi
Dry cleaning/laundry service
Safe-deposit box at front desk
Smoke-free property
Parking is available nearby at Plaza Garibay


A buffet breakfast is available in the hotel restaurant.
Lunch and dinner are not served but there are many options within a short walk.

Hotel Facilities

WiFi all areas
Shared Lounge / TV Area
No smoking in hotel
Luggage storage
Laundry Service
Air Conditioning

Room facilities (all rooms)

En-suite bathroom
Air conditioning
Coffee maker
Tea/Coffee making facilities


Bars / restaurants within walking distance of the hotel


Not suitable for guests with reduced mobility


Public parking nearby (pay locally)

Málaga, Andalucia

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.