In these summer days, Malaga is living an unbearable heat, which makes almost impossible to visit the city at certain times, or even take a nice walk. This is why a new business model is strongly emerging in the capital of the Costa del Sol: rooftop terraces, perfect spots to enjoy the leisure and the fun in a city in which there is always a good weather. The most popular local newspaper, Diario Sur, is covering this new trend and including one special article about the best rooftop terraces in Malaga in one of its last publications. Among those terraces, Alcazaba Premium Hostel’s Rooftop Terrace is included once again.
The impressive location of our charming hostel and its Rooftop Terrace are great incentives for the visit, because we are just some steps away from the Roman Theatre , the Picasso Museum and his birthplace, and from some emblematic city spots, such as la Plaza de la Merced or La Malagueta Beach. Furthermore, our views from the Rooftop Terrace are more than amazing: the Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle. In the article, Diario Sur also encourages to enjoy the exquisite food of our Restaurant Batik, in the fourth floor of Alcazaba Premium Hostel, before having an amazing cocktail in the Rooftop Terrace.
If you want to enjoy the summer nights with us, in the heights and with unbeatable temperature and views, we will be waiting for you in our stunning Rooftop Terrace in Alcazaba Premium Hostel!
The most popular local newspaper, Diario Sur, is covering this new trend and including one special article about the best rooftop terraces in Malaga in one of its last publications. Among those terraces, Alcazaba Premium Hostel’s Rooftop Terrace is included once again.
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A few days ago, one of our most known partners, Juan García, appeared on "La mañana" TV show, in the Spanish national first channel. In the report, you can know more about wonderful places in the city and the incredible cultural and tourist transformation Málaga is suffering in these days, thanks to its countless museums, restored buildings and cultural offering in general.