Hotel Villa Guadalupe – Review

 Villa Guadalupe is a beautiful hotel, located in a peaceful residential area outside of Málaga, offers amazing views of the city and the coast.
The hotel is recently built with white walls and large windows that create a wide-open space filled with natural lighting.
Artist Irene van Vlijmen provides tapestries, mosaics, and frescos as decoration for this gorgeous establishment.

Bedrooms at Hotel Villa Guadalupe 

Rooms at Villa Guadalupe enjoy spectacular offering panoramic views of Malaga and the Mediterranean sea. They are open and spacious, featuring marble floors, artwork, frescoes, and large windows.

Some of the hotel’s rooms also come with their own private balcony, so make sure you request one of these rooms. The triple room has a second floor with charming porthole windows.

The rooms are also equipped with a flat-screen TV, a safe, and free Wi-Fi. 

Restaurants and food

The hotel has a great restaurant on the premises that serves breakfast daily and meals during the day.

Restaurant Amador is located on the ground floor of the hotel and serves traditional Andalusian cuisine with some more modern and international twists. You will find dishes like low-temperature lamb shoulder with carrot and rosemary emulsion or black rice with cuttlefish, monkfish and prawns. 

The restaurant also enjoys wonderful views of the surrounding area. 

Location

The hotel is located at the outskirts of Malaga, slightly north of the cities downtown area. The hotel is bout a 20-minute drive from the famous Malagueta beach. What the hotel lacks in location it makes up for with tranquility and secludedness. 

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Average customer review Score for Hotel Villa Guadalupe

9,0

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Q What is the check-in and check-out time at Hotel Villa Guadalupe

Check-in De 14:00 a 00:00 and check-out De 14:00 a 00:00

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