If you’re looking for cheap hotels in Malaga, these hotels offered double rooms for under Â£50 a night, based on a midweek one night stay in late March 2011 (research conducted on 8 December 2010). All these budget Malaga hotels received verified (i.e. guests actually stayed there) guest ratings of 80% or above.
The Sur Hotel is located in a side street. It’s only a 5 minute walk from the station going out to the Airport and the art exhibition at CAC. You can walk to the main station, Malaga Park and the Cathedral in around 10 minutes. The hotel doesn’t have a restaurant. It receives an average rating of 80% from 477 guest reviews.
Hotel Sur Malaga
Los Naranjos Hotel is less than a 5 minute walk from Malagueta beach.Â The higher rooms at the front of the hotel have sea views but there may be some noise from the road in front of the hotel when sitting in the balcony.Â It’s a five minute walk to the Bull Ring. There are a few supermarkets and restaurants close by. It receives an average guest rating of 84% based on 98 reviews.
Los Naranjos Hotel
Villa Guadalupe Hotel is 5 kilometres from the centre of Malaga but its elevated position in a residential area, means that you have great views over the city and the bay.Â I reckon youâ€™d probably need a hire car to make the most of this location but itâ€™s ideal if you want to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Â It takes around 15 minutes to drive to the airport or city centre and 20 minutes to the beach. Â Each of the eleven rooms is individually decorated with original art and some rooms have balconies or terraces. It receives an average rating of 86% from 122 guest reviews.
The Hotel Trebol is in a central location close to the Cathedral. Â Calle Marquis de Lanos, just around the corner, is the main shopping area in Malaga and is home to El Corte InglÃ©s department store Â Itâ€™s only a fifteen minute walk to the beach. The owners pride themselves on the cleanliness of their rooms. Some of the rooms have balconies. It offers free internet connection in all rooms. The hotel doesnâ€™t serve breakfast but the Market,Â several supermarkets and cafes are nearby. It receives an average guest rating of 86% from 168 reviews.
Hotel Trebol Malaga
The 3 star Campanille Hotel Malaga is a two minute drive from the airport airport, so ideal if you have an early departure or late arrival in Malaga. Itâ€™s three kilometres from the city centre on the no 19 bus route. Thereâ€™s a hospitality tray in the rooms with a kettle, tea, coffee and biscuits.Â Free wifi is included in the room price. Â If you have a hire car, then the free parking makes the Campanile Malaga a good choice. Â If breakfast isnâ€™t included in your room rate it costs 8 Euro for the breakfast buffet.Â It receives an average guest rating of 84% from 194 guest reviews.
The Castilla Guerrero Hotel is in Malaga city centre, close to the airport bus stop.Â Itâ€™s a two minute walk to the port and a ten minute walk to the beach or the Picasso Museum. Thereâ€™s a cafe in the hotel which is open from 7.30am until 10pm The hotel offers free wifi to guests.Â It receives an average rating of 84% from 29 guest reviews.
Castilla Guerrero Hotel Malaga
Victoria Hostal is family run hotel with 14 private, en-suite rooms. Â Although itâ€™s in a central location, a five minute walk from Malaga cathedral and a ten minute walk from Malaga beach, itâ€™s in a fairly quiet location. Â Rooms are on the small side and basic but very clean. Â They donâ€™t serve any meals at Victoria Hostel but there are plenty of cafes and restaurants close by.Â It receives an average rating of 82% from 198 guest reviews.