Ibis Malaga Centro Ciudad

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Pasillo Guimbarda 5, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29007, Spain
Ibis Malaga Centro Ciudad
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Nightlife in Malaga?

by determinetraveler

I am staying at the Marriott's Resort in Estepona right now. The help desk and concierge are telling me that there is not place worth while visiting during the night because it happens to be January and every is basically shutdown. There has to be a bar o nightclub where I can have a drink or two enjoy myself with my wife and be able to dance. I like listening to salsa, merengue, cumbia, however if this not possible then I open to any kind of music as long as I can dance after a couple of drinks. I have heard of Torremolinos, Puerto Marina, and Mijas. Please help. Your suggestions and ideas will be greatly appreciated.

Re: Nightlife in Malaga?

by johnincornwall

A quick search throws up this:


Use an online translator if you cant speak the lingo. One of them is in Torremolinos.

In any case you will find lots of bars and stuff in Malaga capital, but Estepona is a bit far west really, 55 miles from Malaga.

Surely something is happening in Estepona? Of all the resorts there it has most traditional character. The tourist places may be shut down, but the locals have to party! It's a national pastime.


Re: Nightlife in Malaga?

by daarth

Try Puerto Banus for lots of night life. And it's not too far from Estepona. About 10 km's before Marbella

Re: Nightlife in Malaga?

by GibJoe

At the port of Estopona you do have a few bars and pubs, and also there is a nightclub called Plato (www.plato68.com) no idea how good or bad, but they do seem to be quite known in the area. I prefer the port of Benalmadena but that is a bit out of the way from Estepona. There are some good restaurants in Duquesa Port as well, which is not far from Estepona.

Travel Tips for Málaga

Olive Oil

by MarinaSpain

I wouldn´t go for the Olive Oil, I´m Spanish from the South and we are very proud of our Olive Oil, and think it´s the best, no matter what.........
I would bring something from where you come from, something typical.

Elisabeth style door

by Carmela71

thie si one of the back doors of the catedral complex, while doing the photo, the group of retired people that were outside the Picasso Museeum pass by, one of them was commenting to their friends....

this door is more interesting and has more value that the whole musseums we have seen

lol I guess if you can buy a Picasso, you would not say so

If you are on holidays at...

by acuevas

If you are on holidays at Costa del Sol, don't spend all your time on the beach. At Benalmadena Pueblo, there is a prey centre, and you can enjoy a superb falconry show with eagles, falcons, vultures, owls. There is a different way to spend your holidays.
The show is open from 11 am until the last display. The telephone is 952568239.
Don't forget to come to a display.

Havana Bar

by gabriellefox about Havana Bar

The Havana bar is owned and run by the same Italian gentleman who owns the restaurant, 'still'. It is a huge bar furnished with large leather settees, subtle lighting, and unobtrusive music.

It is the perfect place to languish after a sumptuous meal at Still and while the remaining hours away in pleasant conversation. I would highly recommend the rum con miel a speciality of the area. It is a rum and honey liquor which is just heavenly. Smart Casual

Great, traditional atmosphere - read the barrels!

by Senoritasmile about El Pimpi's

I love this place - huge vaulted celings, flagstone floors and walls lined with enormous barrels signed by many literary greats. It's always buzzy here and sometimes has live music too. Food is limited, a few tapas dishes and a mixture of mini filled toasted rolls.


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 Ibis Malaga Centro Ciudad

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Address: Pasillo Guimbarda 5, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29007, Spain