Why we recommend hotel Palacio Solecio?

The Solecio Palace, a Small Luxury Hotel of the World, is in a privileged location in Málaga. The Hotel features a restaurant, 24-hour front desk service, room service, and free WIFI in all areas. The rooms are equipped with air conditioning, flat-screen TV and a private bathroom.
Every morning the hotel serves a buffet style breakfast. Todos los días se sirve un desayuno buffet.
The Palacio Solecio is located near the Picasso Museum in the center of Málaga. The closest airport is the Málaga airport, just 13 km from the establishment. 

Bedrooms at Palacio Solecio 

The hotel has offers 68 rooms, some with views of the cathedral towers and the old fortress. There are several different types of rooms to fit all travel styles: Double, Double Deluxe, Deluxe Palace, Junior Suite Palace, Tower room and a the Suite.

Rooms are bright, luxurious and all the details have been considered. They feature large windows, marble bathrooms with a design that is inspired by traditional Andalusian architecture, with exposed brick walls, patterned papers that imitate baseboards malagueños, checkerboard floors, or arabesque-inspired lamps.

Restaurants and food

The hotel has a fantastic restaurant on site. The hotel’s restaurant, Balausta, is run by Michelin-starred chef José Carlos García and offers traditional Andalusian recipes reinvented in a vaulted Andalusian patio. You can enjoy breakfast, aperitifs, lunch, and dinner in a relaxed atmosphere. As a novelty, in addition to the menu, Balausta proposes a Market Menu to be enjoyed every day at noon, and a tasting menu available at noon and at night.

There is also an amazing cocktail bar on the premises, where you can enjoy a relaxing drink after a long day of exploring the city. 


The hotel is located in the heart of Málaga’s old quarter. It is ideally located if you are looking to explore the cities main attractions. It is within walking distance from the Alcazaba and the famous Picasso Museum.  

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