4-star Hotel / Parador
HPAR2, Málaga, Andalucia
4 star modern parador with its own Golf course near white beaches and the city of Malaga
At only 3 minutes walk from a magnificent beach of soft white sand, the Parador de Málaga Golf is a two-story building with spacious, comfortable guest rooms that offer lovely sea views.
It sits beside its own magnificent and historic 18-hole golf course and you can also enjoy the swimming pool and tennis court.
The hotel building itself is a fine example of Andalusian architecture. Its interior is full of fashionable, contemporary design features which create a unique feel.
It is located ten kilometres from the centre of Málaga and only five kilometres from the airport.
88 rooms including doubles, superior doubles and one room prepared for people with mobility issues.
All rooms have en-suite bathroom, air-conditioning, satellite TV and telephone and minibar.
Outdoor pool (seasonal)
Easy access to airport and city
Comfortable quiet & spacious lounge areas
Outdoor pool (seasonal)
Golf course (Additional charge)
Facilities for disabled guests
Restaurant specialised Andalusian cuisine where you can sample fried fish, gazpachuelo malagueño (fish and potato soup) and borrachuelos (fried anise-flavored pastries).
During the summer months, enjoy unforgettable evenings in an exclusive outdoor setting, with a view of the garden, golf course and Mediterranean.
Hotel Facilities24 Hour Reception
WiFi all areas
Shared Lounge / TV Area
No smoking in hotel
Sports and WellbeingSwimming Pool (outdoor, seasonal)
Room facilities (all rooms)En-suite bathroom
Fridge / Minibar
Safe deposit box
DiningRestaurant, open to the public
Bar, open to the public, serving drinks and light snacks
Bar for clients only serving drinks and light snacks
AccessibilityFacilities adapted for guests with reduced mobility
Room(s) adapted for guests with reduced mobility
Parking space adapted for guests with reduced mobility
ParkingOn-site parking (free)
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.