AddressCasas de Campos 3 MalagaSee nearby area
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Description provided by property
City Center, re inaugurated in April 2012, excellently situated between street Larios, Alameda Principal and Port. Great to visit the historical center, Cathedral, Picasso Museum...on foot.
Refurbished rooms in April 2012 with private bathroom, TV lcd, air-conditioning - heating, hairdryer and Free WIFI. Recommended by Guide Routard.
Situated just close by airport bus stop ( line 19 ).
Situated just close by the Central tourist office.
Very recommendable if you may stay in Malaga before making a CRUISE or starting a tour around Morocco.
Very near the Cathedral, Picasso Museum, Alcazaba, Centre of Contemporany Art, Picassos House and the future 'Thyssen Bornemisza' Museum to visit it on foot.
Named Cordoba 7, located to 20 meters from hotel, across the street, offers breakfast, lunch ( typical dishes, paella, salads, meats, fishes and ' tapas and wines ' ), dinners and snacks.
cafeteria Open from 07:30am until 22:00pm hours. Its closed Saturdays, Sundays and festivity days.
The breakfast is not included in the price.
24 hours reception
Car Parking Available
Credit Cards Accepted
Taxes included in price
Breakfast Not Included
We are near the beach (15 min. on foot)
We only accept Visa and Master Card.
The hotel reserves the right to pre-authorise credit cards prior to arrival.
Cancellation Policy: 48 hours
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Internet Access
- Luggage Storage
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