|Built: 270 m² ||Bedrooms: 12 ||Electricity: Yes |
|Terrace: 25 m² ||Bathrooms: 10 ||Water: Yes |
|Land: 160 m² ||Pool: No ||Phone: Yes |
Small hotel or guest house dating form the 1800's in Malaga's historical city center. The hotel comprises eight guest rooms decorated in Moroccan style around a beautiful patio, a reception room, and a staff bedroom and bathroom. There are four double rooms, one twin room, two triple rooms and one single room, all with en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning units with hot and cold air, hairdryer and wireless internet access. Through the patio is the entrance to the owners' accommodation, comprising of a living room, three bedrooms, one bathroom, and a small patio.
The city of Malaga, and especially the old city centre, is a metropolis on a human scale. Most of the city's monuments and other places of interest are at walking distance from each other. Malaga's undisputedly most important monuments, which really deserve a visit, are the Cathedral, the Alcazaba and the Gibralfaro.
Just around the corner from the Picasso Museum are the Roman Theatre (Teatro Romano), and the Moorish Alcazaba and the Castillo de Gibralfaro, from where you'll have a great view of the city, the Bull Ring (Plaza de Toros) and the subtropical Paseo del Parque. At the west end of the park, you'll find the Cathedral, reputedly the smallest in Spain.