Atarazanas Málaga Boutique Hotel is nestled in a nineteenth-century building, restored and transformed into the hotel with 81 rooms in 2004. This 3-star hotel is located in the heart of Malaga, 500 m from Malaga Cathedral, and close to market Shipyards. Indoor Market Atarazanas is just opposite Atarazanas Málaga Boutique Hotel, and Malaga’s main street – Marqués de Larios is few meters away. Other nearby attractions include Museo Thyssen Malaga, Plaza de Constitucion, Alameda Theatre and Malaga Contemporary Art Center, all within 5-minutes walk from the hotel, and Picasso Museum, Malaga Park, Pompidou Museum, Roman Teatre, Alcazaba and Malagueta Beach in 10-minute walk away. Atarazanas Málaga Boutique Hotel also offers great transport connections, with Málaga Train Station, 1 km away and Malaga Airport just 15 minutes’ away by car. The hotel offers to the guests meeting facilities with fax/photocopying, golf course (within 3 km), a reserved loading bay, library and a cafe where special diet menus are served (check our site https://www.champtrip.com/city.php?id=-390787 to find out more about hotel’s amenities).
Atarazanas Málaga Boutique Hotel features rooms specially adapted for guests with reduced mobility. Stylish, modernly decorated apartments here include free WiFi, a plasma satellite TV, air-conditioning, a safe, tea/coffee making facilities, a minibar, and some have a small balcony. Private bathrooms come with a hairdryer, towels, free toiletries, vanity mirror and a shower or a bathtub. Beach towels are available to rent. Superior rooms also include a work desk and great views of the Atarazanas Market. Among available services there are a baggage storage, car rental, laundry, ironing service, dry cleaning, weighing facility, as well as ticket service, daily housekeeping and concierge service. Staff at the 24-hour reception can provide information about what to see and do in Malaga, and tour desk can arrange bike and walking tours, movie nights and pub crawls. For the littlest guests there are board games, puzzles and children television networks.