Our innovative business model, based on the boutique hostel concept, has drawn a lot of attention in its first six months of life. In addition to appearing in several local media, lots of references to Alcazaba Premium Hostel have been published in various national and even international media. We would like to highlight our appearances in Canal Sur (Andalusia public television), Televisión Española (Spanish public television), Diario Sur (Malaga local newspaper), Vogue, The Times, El País (the most read Spanish newspaper), La Vanguardia (one of the most famous Spanish newspapers), Telva (Spanish magazine), Stilo (from Cuore, a Spanish magazine), The Guardian or Traveler magazine.
Many major assets of our boutique hostel are stressed out in all these publications: the amazing location, in the very centre of Malaga and in front of the Alcazaba (one of the most emblematic views of the city), the versatile and flexible rooms, which are able to accommodate groups of up to 10 people, the closeness to the most important touristic spots of Malaga and the beach of La Malagueta, our restaurant Batik, with its exotic mix of international and traditional cuisine, and our chill-out Rooftop Terrace on the top floor, the trendiest place in Malaga this summer.
Come and check it out yourself and visit the Alcazaba Premium Hostel this summer. A renovated city and lots of things to do there await you!
Just a few days ago, Malaga’s most emblematic festival, the Málaga Fair, came to an end. Do you want to get an idea of how we lived the experience in the most charming hostel in Málaga? Come in and check it out!
Our boutique hostel Alcazaba Premium Hostel has been given the starring role in a very interesting report in an important Spanish national newspaper, La Razón, about a new business and accommodation concept that recently came to Malaga to stay: the hostel.
If you are staying with us during this special night: Lucky you! From our rooms and common area, our guests will be able to enjoy an extraordinary view of the parade of the Three Wise Men that goes through Alcazabilla Street during 5th evening.