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The Exe Astoria a modern, friendly establishment with comfortable guestrooms equipped with hydro-massage bathtubs - awakens to offer its guests the best possible service. The Exe Astoria Hotel offers a varied buffet breakfast of excellent quality and also caters for groups or working lunches and dinners.
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100Great for walkers
Grade: 100 out of 100
1105Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
202Attractionswithin 0.5 km
Avenida del Comandante Benitez 5, 29001 Malaga Spain
All reviews jacuzzi bath train station eurostars hotels old town nice hotel malaga centro recommend this hotel minute walk air con city centre buffet breakfast walking distance rooms are small balcony room would stay again late check located close
The hotel is just fine - clean, good location, friendly staff, excellent rooms. The hotel is really close to the city center, metro and situated in an upcoming street art neighborhood. Recommended! minor detail: I found out on the last day I had to pay...More
We have stayed for one week and we had experienced very good plentiful breakfast, friendly English speaking staff and cozy room. I would reccomend taking a room with jacuzzi because it was definitely offering a good relaxation after a long walk ib Malaga Centre. Hotel...More
We stayed for 2 nights. I believe I was in one of the best rooms with a balcony. The decor is a little tired now and the shower screen leaked all over the floor no matter how careful you were. As a holiday maker I...More
Perfect location for everything in Malaga. Short walk to the old city and to the port. Plenty of good value local tapas restaurants around it, and only 50 metres from the train station. The staff were nice, and even upgraded us to a balcony room....More
Booked a 3 night city break to Malaga as part of our 30th wedding anniversary celebrations.
We wanted to stay in the city as its a city with a beach and a short train ride from the airport ; a good base to stay if...More
Response from DiscerningNIreland | Reviewed this property |
I should also have added that you can follow a path up to the Alcazaba from an entrance beside the remains of the Roman amphitheater. It's steep walk but can be done. We took the Hop - on Hop - off tour bus up to it... More
I should also have added that you can follow a path up to the Alcazaba from an entrance beside the remains of the Roman amphitheater. It's steep walk but can be done. We took the Hop - on Hop - off tour bus up to it. Either way, it's worth a visit.