Hostal Vidamia

Guesthouse

Address

C/ Cisneros 7 MalagaSee nearby area

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    Vidamia House is a hostel that arises from the illusion and the work of two young men who have joined the North and South to make Vidamia a new concept of life.

    It is located in the historic center of Malaga, surrounded by history, tradition, culture and gastronomy of Malaga. Framed in a building with more than 100 years old that has special charm and uniqueness.

    Located in a perfect setting for outdoor, just next to Constitution Square and a minute's newly opened Museo Carmen Thyssen , and the Picasso Museum and the Malaga Cathedral and other monuments. When the sun goes down, it is difficult not to take a walk through the charming streets of downtown, with its range of cuisine, many bars where tapas, or escape to the elegant shopping Calle Larios.

    Our cultural offerings are not end there, as we are 5 minutes from the Cervantes Theatre and Teatro Romano (Refurbished since 2010), Plaza de la Merced, cinemas ... Everthing!

    The beach is 10 minutes walk and the famous bars Malaga with the smell of his acquaintances skewers (which you can not miss !!!).
    We want your stay in Malaga is endearing and so I waited in the hostel Vidamia:

    Reception times:
    Mornings: 9h 14h
    Evenings: 17h 20h

    Check-out is at 12h

    You will be given a set of keys for the room and the doorway. There will be a 5€ deposit for the keys that will be refund at check-out time. You will be able to get in and out whenever you want, always trying to be respectful with the other guests.

    Services & facilities

    • Housekeeping
      • Towels Included
    • Air Conditioning
      • Available
    • Wi-Fi/internet access
      • Free Internet Access
      • Free WiFi
      • Internet Access
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