What are the Most Unusual Hotels in Málaga ?

Planning a trip to Malaga? Here are the most unusual hotels in Malaga you should visit as soon as possible.

Málaga is a city located in the southern region of Spain, famous for its beautiful beaches, rich history, and vibrant nightlife. What makes this city even more exciting are the unique and unusual hotels that can be found throughout its streets. From a luxury hotel located on a 1910s golf course to a more family-friendly hotel with Alice in Wonderland murals, Málaga has something to offer for everyone. 

In this article, we will explore some of the most unusual hotels in Málaga that are sure to make your stay unforgettable.

A stunning view of Málaga
A stunning view of Málaga

El Jardín del Azahar

A neaby beach in Málaga -  Unusual hotel in Malaga
A neaby beach in Málaga

El Jardín del Azahar is a charming 1920s mansion located in Pedregalejo, just a stone’s throw away from the city centre. The mansion is known for the delightful orange blossom that surrounds the property.

The hotel has 5 rooms, including 4 double rooms, and 2 guest houses. Each room is tastefully decorated, blending history and modernity. 

The hotel has kept original features, such as antiques, original hydraulic tiles, and stunning high ceilings but comes equipped with modern amenities like wifi, air conditioning, and heating.

What sets this accommodation apart is the personalised and friendly service provided by the owner, Inma, who is always ready to accommodate any additional requests you may have, such as beach towels, bikes, or even fridge space for your purchases.

While breakfast is not included, you can make tea or coffee in your room. Also, the beachfront is just a 3-minute walk away, where you can enjoy an array of delightful cafes and restaurants.

One noteworthy restaurant is Marisqueria El Perchel, which serves Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine. It is just a 5-minute walk away from the hotel. 

Some nearby beaches that you can’t miss during your stay are El Palo, one of the best beaches in Spain, and Playa de Pedregalejo. 

Finally, don’t forget to visit the must-see “Museo Picasso Málaga,” located just 4.4 km away from the hotel.

Parador de Málaga Golf

Parador de Malaga Golf - Unusual hotel in Malaga
A golf course – Malaga beach

The Parador de Málaga Golf is a unique and exceptional hotel that we think stands out among the two parador hotels in Málaga. 

The property is 500 metres from Plaza Mayor shopping centre, 10 km from the centre of Málaga, and 4 km from Málaga airport.

What makes the hotel so unique is its remarkable location: located on the oldest golf course on the Costa del Sol, the hotel boasts direct access to the beach.

This golf course dates back to 1925 and was designed by Tom Simpson, who also built the Muirfield and Turnberry courses. The hotel also has 3 putting greens and 2 approach greens.

The hotel also offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of the city, with spacious and comfortable rooms that provide a perfect place to relax after a round of 18 holes. Of course, many of the rooms have stunning views of the beach and sea, making your stay even more enjoyable.

Guests can make the most of the large outdoor pool and tennis court during their stay. The hotel makes an excellent base for exploring Málaga and its nearby attractions on the Costa del Sol. 

La Francesa Suites

La Francesa Suites is a small 2-star boutique hotel located in a residential area of Málaga. The hotel is very close on foot to the beaches of Pedregalejo and well-connected to the highway, making it easy for you to discover Málaga.

The hotel offers guests a peaceful retreat with a blend of classic French gardens and traditional Andalusian villa architecture. It is located in a historic house from 1911 (the former residence of the British consul in Málaga).  

The rose garden is a must-visit, especially during April and May. It is an ancient garden with a large number of varieties of roses.

Although room sizes vary, they all come with modern amenities, such as wifi, a small kitchen with cooking utensils, an iron, a safe, air conditioning, and satellite TV. Additionally, two rooms boast private patios for a more secluded experience.

Villa Guadalupe

This small, family-run hilltop hotel just outside Málaga is renowned for its stunning views and superb cuisine. The 11 rooms, most of which have private sea-facing balconies or terraces, offer panoramic vistas of the city and the Mediterranean beyond. 

Guests can also enjoy a small pool, a pretty patio, and striking original artwork by Dutch artist Irene van Vlijman. Although it’s a modern build, the hotel’s traditional aesthetic provides a plain canvas for eclectic works of art.

The hotel is ideally located for exploring nearby attractions such as Ronda, Grazalema, La Axarquia’s mountain villages, and the Unesco-recognized dolmens in Antequera. Bear in mind, however, that it’s best to hire a car, as the hotel is four miles (6 km) from Málaga city, and it’s a steep uphill walk to get there. 

The cream marble bathrooms are clean and comfortable. Also, the furniture and decor (apart from the artwork) have a retro feel, adding to the overall charm. 

There are three breakfast options (10 €), and the restaurant is highly rated for its innovative dishes and regional cuisine, which includes chestnut and boletus mushroom soup from Ronda.

Villa Alicia – one of the best unusual hotels in Malaga

Villa Alicia is a unique guest-house, located near the stunning Basilica Santa Maria de la Victoria. And with easy access to public transportation, you’ll be able to discover all that Málaga has to offer.

From the hotel, you can take a leisurely walk down the hill to the charming old town and harbour area, which offers a wide selection of restaurants and bars. There are also stretches of sandy coastline, pavement cafes, shopping, and entertainment that are just a short drive away.

As soon as you enter the hotel, you’ll be greeted by enchanting murals featuring the beloved characters from Alice in Wonderland. Each of the 12 rooms in the hotel are full of character, with original high ceilings and beautiful hydraulic tiled floors. 

Some rooms have shared bathrooms, but all are comfortable and charming. You’ll have access to a fully equipped kitchen and washing machine, making it easy to feel right at home during your stay.

With its welcoming atmosphere, Villa Alicia is ideal for families. Outside, the pool terrace is a wonderful sun trap, complete with a covered dining area, barbecue, and a private swimming pool to take a refreshing dip in.

The hotel offers a delicious breakfast starting at just €3.50, so you can fuel up for a day of exploring the city. 

To conclude…

Málaga’s most unusual hotels offer an experience unlike any other. The wide variety of options means that there is something for every type of traveller. 

These hotels not only provide comfort and relaxation but also offer an opportunity to connect with nature and experience the local culture in a unique way. 

Whether you are a solo traveller or on a family vacation, these hotels will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. If you are planning a trip to Malaga, make sure to add these unusual hotels to your itinerary for an unforgettable experience.

With Trazler, you can book your one-of-a-kind hotel in Málaga on the same website that you use to book your plane tickets from Ireland. With our easy-to-use and accessible website, you will find tickets and accommodation at lower prices.

At Trazler, we look to make booking holidays as clear and hassle-free as possible. 

We hope you have a lovely time in your unique hotel in Málaga!

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