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Malaga is the southernmost large city in Europe, attracting holidaymakers from all over the world. Its favourable weather, good eats and easy access have turned it into one of Europe’s top holiday destinations.

Malaga has plenty of accommodation options on offer, and can cater to your needs regardless of preferences or buget. Whatever it is you’re after, our options below should help you find the best option for you with a great price.

Where should I stay in Malaga?

It shouldn’t be hard to find somewhere to stay in Malaga. As a popular location for tourists, the city has options to suit all types of travellers. Have a look at our list of top places to stay around the city:

  • In the city. Hotels in the city vary a lot in price and quality, depending on what attractions are nearby and the quality of the hotel itself. Be sure to do some research and shop around for the best option to suit your needs.
  • Seafront. If money isn’t an issue and you’re looking to find a hotel with a good view then accommodation near the seafront is the perfect location for your holiday getaway. These hotels tend to be more expensive as you’re paying for the location as well as the quality of the hotel. If you’re looking to avoid paying the full price it may be worth visiting out of season and booking in advance. Malaga can be significantly more affordable during the winter months.
  • On a budget. If you’re visiting Malaga on a tight budget or you don’t want to spend a fortune on your hotel room then staying outside the city centre and away from the beach is your best bet. There are a range of hotels just outside the centre and away from the beachfront, and often these are priced below £70 a night.
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