Our wonderful city, Malaga, is becoming a truly cultural city, full of activities and events. Not only because of the recent opening of several important museums, such as the Pompidou Centre or the Russian Museum, but also because of events such as the MAF (Malaga Art Festival) or the renowned Malaga Film Festival, which just ended a few days ago. And, in the hotbed of all this turmoil and the cultural movements, our modern boutique hostel rises in the heart of the city, in order to provide our guests with a perfect location from where they can explore and experience the new Malaga at first hand.
As a proof of it, we are pleased to show the amazing review that The Times, the renowned British newspaper, published a few days ago, in which the journalist Julia Brookes suggests to stay at our charming hostel if you're planning to visit Malaga, apart from telling about our room types options.
Malaga is the perfect starting point to get to know Spain. What’s more, it is the ideal Southern city to get closer to the Spanish culture. There is no better time than summer to explore all that Malaga can offer you, to smell the scent of subtropical plants that survive under the heat and the sea breeze and to move to the rhythm of the city, which is waiting for you!
Malaga has become an international reference in cultural tourism, as the The New York Times points out, recommending the city as one of the 52 places to go in 2016