NH Málaga – Review

The NH Málaga is located in the historical city center of Málaga, 800 meters from the cathedral and Picasso Museum.
All rooms at the hotel are soundproof and offer a pillow menu and parquet floors. They are all equipped with air conditioning, minibar, satellite TV, and safe.
The hotel features a bar, restaurant, 24-hour room service, and business center. The front desk is open 24 hours a day and offers a car rental service.
For an additional cost private parking is available. The establishment is also a few meters from the El Corte Ingles shopping center and close to the famous Larios street. The AVE train station is 800 meters from the hotel and the Málaga airport is just a 20-minute drive away.

Bedrooms at NH Málaga 

Rooms at the NH Málaga feature parquet floors, white walls, and minimalist décor, with a modern twist. All rooms come equipped with a minibar, a flat-screen TV, and free Wi-Fi.  the private bathrooms feature gray marble walls and floors, and are furnished with magnifying mirrors, and shower/tubs. Superior Rooms have coffee and tea makers and there are Suites available with two bathrooms and a separate living room area. Some rooms also have Juliet-style balconies.

Restaurants and food

The hotel’s restaurant, Tablafina, is located in the lobby. Tablafina specializes in traditional Andalusian cuisine and boasts an impressive wine menu. The restaurant also serves a daily breakfast buffet.

The hotel also has a nice, relaxing bar area where you can enjoy a drink after a day of exploring Málaga. 


The hotel is located in downtown Málaga, just on the right on the western bank of the Guadalmedina river. The hotel is about 20 minutes on foot from Málaga’s old quarter. 

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Check-in A partir de las 15:00 and check-out A partir de las 15:00

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