Tryp Alameda Hotel Malaga

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avda de la Aurora 25, Centro Comercial Larios, Málaga, Costa del Sol, 29002, Spain
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  • Couples81
  • Solo66
  • Business72

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Which Hotel in Malaga

by sabryn

My husband and I are travelling to Malaga on a city break 28 - 31 October next. Searching for good 4*accommodation (Suite if possible). I have narrowed choice down to 3 hotels Hotel Larios, MS Maestranza & AC Palacio Malaga. Can anyone help? Thanks.

RE: RE: Which Hotel in Malaga

by sabryn

thanks a mill for the info Carolgh

RE: Which Hotel in Malaga

by lina112

There are fews hotels on Malaga town center. The AC Málaga Palacio is the best located just besides to the cathedral and close to Calle Larios, Museo Picasso, etc. Others hotels like Tryp Alameda, Ibis, Novotel are ok.

RE: RE: Which Hotel in Malaga

by sabryn

Thanks for the info.

RE: RE: Which Hotel in Malaga

by IanMacPhail

I think that it`s cheaper to go to Torremolinos to stay. Also the hotels there will offer evening meal and it will still be cheaper.
Look at www.solmelia.com

RE: RE: Which Hotel in Malaga

by sabryn

Thanks for the reply - we've booked the Larios in Malaga. I agree about Torre as we've stayed there a lot in the past but this short break was for the city in particular.

Travel Tips for Málaga

El Pintor

by Malecka

No, not going to bother you with details...
Picasso, whose work by the way I like a lot, lived the first ten years of his life in Malaga. Just wanted to add this photo of his house. (ok, picture taking is not allowed inside, but I admit, macedonians seem to always be able to find a "back door")
;-)))

Catch a bus along the coast to...

by peteyjim

Catch a bus along the coast to Nejra, another nice town. You can catch a bus up to the Nejra caves, enjoy the lush beach and some great food at the little restaurant at the bottom of the path to the beach

Late Night Gathering Spot

by sleepingwolf about Plaza de la Merced

Plaza de la Merced is a large plaza within walking distance of anywhere in El Centro. By day it is home of many internet cafes and also Picasso's birthplace. At night it becomes a giant gathering spot for the single. It doesn't get "real" until about 1 in the morning. The young people gather in big clusers and walk around the plaza looking for old friends or making new ones. From there you can discover various small disqoteches in hidden alleyways where the new "couple" venture to dance until the sun comes up. No dress code per se. However if heading to the disco afterward I would wear dark colored panted and shoes, no faded denim, khaki or tennis shoes.

Oldest Bar in Town

by RAINBOWWINGS about Antigua Casa de Guardia

As you step thru the door you step back in time...way back to 1840 when this bar was built. You can still feel the past when the horse and carriages would stop on route to some unknown destiny for a glass of Malagas finest wine and a small tapa to keep "el gusinillo" at bay...(to stave off the hunger pangs).
Not so much a restaurant although they serve some good shellfish with the many choices of fine wines kept in huge barrels lining the walls behind the wooden bar. Here you stand to enjoy your copa and your tab (bill) is kept running by being chalked on this wooden bartop. When you pay they rub it out...as simple as that!!
Always busy and when its Fiesta time the queues go round the block..but its worth the wait. Most glasses of wine or sherry are normally 60 cents a glass...tapas extra.

Fish at the Palo

by diageva about Restaurants at Palo's Paseo Maritimo

If you thake the number 11 bus from the center... it will take you to the Palo ... is a residencial area of Malaga ... that have a big promade (paseo maritimo) ... where you will found many fish restaurants ... at weekends local people love to go there to have wonderful fried fish ....

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 Tryp Alameda Hotel Malaga

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Address: Avda de la Aurora 25, Centro Comercial Larios, Málaga, Costa del Sol, 29002, Spain