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The best things about this hotel were its' proximity to the beach, which was about a 3 minute walk, along with a flatscreen TV which had at least one english channel and really good air conditioning in the room.
Unfortunately, none of the staff spoke...More
Easy to get to by bus from the airport, very close to buses to elsewhere. No frills except a vending machine for snacks and drinks. Room was small, but comfortable, with nice shower and TV. It was remarkably quiet on a Saturday morning - not...More
A very nice place to stay, especially for a single traveller. Very affordable. Only minus is a long distance from airport and due that the taxi fees. Otherwise nice location by the beach. Nice restaurants nearby.
US$ 44 - US$ 81 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#14 On the Beach Hotel in Malaga
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I cannot remember the number, but I found all the information that I needed online. Maybe it was from a city map? No transfer was needed; I got off two+ blocks from the hotel at a big indoor market. I think that I knew ahead... More
I cannot remember the number, but I found all the information that I needed online. Maybe it was from a city map? No transfer was needed; I got off two+ blocks from the hotel at a big indoor market. I think that I knew ahead of time how many stops the bus made, etc. It seemed very accurate and efficient when I was there, but I didn't bother to post it to my permanent memory, as I am unlikely to return to Malaga. From the same stop, I got another bus to the Picasso Museum, Roman ruins, and the port terminal - also very easy. Returning from sightseeing, the bus route was several blocks inland, but the bus driver and some other passengers were very helpful in telling me where to get off and which direction to walk.