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At we know it’s important to find the best upmarketaccommodation in Malaga for your excitingtrip. We pride ourselves on providing great customer service and even go the extra mile by offering sound advice and handy hints and tips. With that in mind, we can say that Malaga is the perfectcity to choose for exploring Southern Spain. Whether you’re going for a weekend getaway with your special someone or heading to the Costa del Sol for your best friend’s wedding, we have the scoop on the best luxury hotels in Malaga. Using our price and rating filters and being able to select an accommodation type and theme will help you find exactly what you’re looking for. And our site is user-friendly and accessible so you don’t have to spend hours and hours searching for what you need. With’s help booking the perfect place will be a (Mediterranean sea) breeze!

A view of Malaga

Malaga, in Southern Spain’s Andalusia, was founded in 800 BC by the Phoenicians, then ruled by Carthaginians, Romans, Visigoths, Moors and Christians. The city’s interesting and complex history is visible with its unique architectural heritage. At Malaga’s heart lies the Alcazaba, an 11th century Moorish fortress with lush gardens, priceless artefacts and excellent panoramic views. Other gems includeGibralfaro Castle,the Roman Theatre remains, Malaga Cathedral and the stately Episcopal Palace. The city, a living museum with a rich culture, also has a youthful, modern quality. Leave youropulent accommodation in the Sun Coast to relax and catch some rays at La Malagueta beach or enjoy activities like kitesurfing and parascending. As the birthplace of artist Pablo Picasso it’s only right that Malaga has first-rate galleries and museums. Visit the Carmen Thyssen Museum, the Picasso Museum, Centro Pompidou Malaga and the CAC Malaga (Contemporary Art Gallery). can show you the best Malaga luxury hotels.

Tips for making the most of your luxurious trip to Malaga

Calle Larios, the city’s best shopping street, provides retail therapy. The winding streets surrounding this hub are where to go for souvenirs like Spanish fans and flamenco dresses. Malaga’s coastal location means that, if you like seafood, you’re in luck! Typical fish dishes include paella, espetos (sardines skewered and grilled) and ensalada atun (tuna salad). The area is known for its deliciously sweet Malaga wines – have a glass, or two! You’ll find good tapas and traditional cuisine at the chiringuitos (beach bars) as well as at the upmarket restaurants. The best time to visit is when there’s a breath-taking festival/spectacle like Semana Santa (Holy Week). You’ll see processions of hundreds of people carrying huge – and heavy – floats depicting religious scenes and accompanied by sombremusic. August’s Malaga Fair, with dancing, music and activities is rather more upbeat. Browse our Malaga luxury hotels to get the fiesta started!

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