Our boutique hostel in downtown Malaga has been chosen as one of the best 20 hostels in Europe according to the blog El Viajero, from the well-known Spanish newspaper El País.
To choose the best hostels, this newspaper took into consideration both the Hoscars awards 2017, which the website Hostelword celebrated last January for the youth hostels from its search engine, and the rankings from the best travel websites, such as TripAdvisor. In the case of our youth hostel in Malaga, we became one of the best hostels in Europe thanks to the excellent reviews of our customers, and we are really happy about it!
At Alcazaba Premium Hostel we are extremely proud of the great success of our boutique hostel in downtown Malaga, a well-deserved reward for the dedication and enthusiasm that we put every day to offer our customers a great Premium Experience.
In fact, it is not the first time that prestigious media recommend our innovative youth hostel in downtown Malaga and highlight our services. In Spain, for example, El País newspaper recommends our Rooftop Terrace and Batik restaurant and the hostel itself as accommodation for Christmas; La Vanguardia newspaper mentions us as one of the best hostels in Malaga, and another newspaper called La Razón selected our hostel for one of their reports… But there’s more than that… We are also present in international media, such as The New York Times, The Times, Vogue or CondéNast Traveler, among many others.
Have you not visited us yet? Do not miss the opportunity of visiting our innovative Batik restaurant, with plenty of creative proposals, or our rooftop terrace with its outstanding and privileged views to Malaga’s Alcazaba. We will be waiting for you at Alcazaba Premium Hostel!
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