Salles Hotel Málaga Centro – Review

Salles Hotel Málaga Centro is located 5 minutes from the Málaga city center and features a rooftop pool(seasonal) that enjoys spectacular views of the city.
The rooms at the Málaga Centro are spacious and brightly lit. All rooms are equipped with free WIFI, satellite TV and views of the city.
The hotel restaurant, the Guernica, offers a varied selection of Mediterranean and Andalusian dishes. The Picasso bar in the hotel offers cocktails and snacks.
The hotel is located 15 minutes on foot from the Picasso Museum and less de 1 km from the Málaga cathedral.

Bedrooms at Hotel Málaga Centro

Rooms at the hotel are clean and accommodating, with a sleek and modern style that uses light and dark colors to decorate the space. They feature cream-colored wood furniture, hardwood floors, gray walls dressed with classic artwork, and uneven patterned bedding.

Other units feature black wood furniture, similar linens, and red leather seats. All rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi, desks, and minibars. Marble bathrooms have shower/tub combos or walk-in showers, plus hairdryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Some rooms enjoy beautiful views of the city, so make sure to request a room with a view.

Restaurants and food

The hotel has a nice restaurant on the ground floor called “Picasso”. The restaurant offers a refined and welcoming atmosphere. You will be able to taste an extensive range of dishes inspired by Mediterranean cuisine with avant-garde touches, as well as seasonal specialties.

A breakfast buffet is served every morning, and if you are looking for something lighter, the Picasso Restaurant also serves snacks and aperitifs. In addition, room service is available, with a selection of international and light dishes.


The hotel is located just outside of Málaga’s old quarter, on the western bank of the Guadalmedina restaurant. It is within walking distance from many of the cities attractions, but it is a relatively long walk. 

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