Villa Guadalupe - Malaga36.7363, -4.47457
According to guest reviews, the hotel has been rated as Best 3 Star Hotels in Spain
The unique Villa Guadalupe is a great place in a residential area of Malaga. Villa Guadalupe welcomes guests to its comfortable rooms since 2003.
Major Malaga sights, such as Picasso Museum and Roman Theatre are located nearby. The hotel is positioned in university district of Malaga in proximity to a museum, a theater and monuments nearby.
There are a supermarket and a pharmacy in the proximity of the hotel.
Villa Guadalupe is set 10 km from Pablo Ruiz Picasso airport.
The 11 guest rooms are spread over 4 floors. Some rooms feature a breathtaking view over the garden. They provide bathrooms with a bathtub, a hairdryer and a bidet.
Eat & Drink
Guests can dine at the renowned on-site restaurant serving Spanish cuisine. A variety of dishes are served in Restaurante Amador and Al-Andalus, which are 5 minutes’ walk away.
A buffet breakfast is served at the price of EUR 9 per person per night.
Villa Guadalupe offers a meeting room, a catering service and a photocopier to satisfy the needs of business guests.
Treatments include full body massage, back massages and foot massage. Guests can choose from hiking and golf available on the premises.
Wireless internet is available in the entire hotel for free.
Private parking is possible on site for free.
Number of floors: 4. Number of rooms: 11.
On-site car park
Bar/ Lounge area
Seasonal outdoor pool
Sports & Fitness
- Room service
- Dry cleaning
- Tours/Ticket assistance
- Wake up service
- Newspaper service
- Fine dining
- Bar/ Lounge area
- Catering service
- Packed lunches
- Special diet menus
- Free breakfast
- Meeting/ Banquet facilities
- DVDs/ Videos for children
- Children's menu
Facilities for people with disabilities
- Toilet for disabled
Spa & Leisure
- Seasonal outdoor pool
- Sun terrace
- Garden area
- Leisure/ TV room
- City view
- Mountain view
- Air conditioning
- Sitting area
- Tea and coffee facilities
- Ironing facilities
- Free toiletries
- Electric kettle
- Flat-screen TV
- Direct dial telephone
- AM/FM alarm clock
12 years or adultsExtra bedEUR 18Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 1.
Rooms and availability
1 Double bed1 Double bed, 2 Single beds or 1 Double bed
In the Room
Sleeping arrangements for 3 persons
In the Room
Food excellent, room comfortable, location handy for airport, night views of Malaga. Room rate reasonable.
Gave the impression of potentially excellent establishment under-performing. No reception staff on arrival, room balcony/outside area scruffy- gravel had weeds growing in it. Table service at dinner 'diffident' (trying to put it kindly...)
The hotel is perched on one of the small hills just away from the city centre of Malaga and the views of the sea and the sierras is stupendous. A panorama from the terrace the main restaurant the pool area and most rooms. It is a small hotel, once the home of an artist whose gentle modernist paintings are on many of the walls. A la carte the food is exceptionally good. We were quite impressed that should we have wanted to return late in the evening then access in to the hotel would be with a biometric impression of my index finger!! We were making our way slowly across to our home on San Andres near Conil; we spent time at the Picasso Museum which was totally absorbing and around the Alcazaba and paseos. The hotel made our stay in Malaga perfect.
We would have preferred a double bed which we requested two months before our arrival.
As a restaurant with rooms it was an excellent choice we thoroughly enjoyed the experience and definitely would come back to the hotel if we were again traveling around by car. The main reason for our visit was to experience the art and food of the hotel and for us it was perfect. The staff were so friendly and very accommodating.
For the city, it is a distance away but there is a bus at the bottom of the hill or a taxi can be used.
The competency of the reception personnel was excellent, the hotel transmitted an aura of 5 stars and the price was absolutely affordable- at this time of the year (October).
Our room on the first floor was a little small. We had to walk across the back porch to get any view at all - standing up. But the view was worth the effort - any time! The office of the reception person appeared cluttered and could stand a good refit and upgrade. Not exactly representative and suited for the quality of the rest of the hotel.
We were swept away by the view of Malaga from the terrace/restaurant. Then we were swept away by the food. Amador, Candice and Alex were great hosts being friendly helpful with just the right touch. We traded useful translations with the lovely ladies who sorted our breakfasts and received lots of useful advice on eating at other Andalusian restaurants from Candice which was very helpful in Ronda Cordoba and Antequera. Finally we were most impressed by the quality and scope of the artwork on display all over the hotel and were touched by the story behind it. A delightful visit and wonderful place to stay.
A very nice restaurant and a very nice breakfast. Also a very nice room with balcony and views.
The transport to and from the city centre is by taxi only and the reception availabiltiy is limited.
Very nice place, exelent views. Very good food. Nice pool.
I do not recommend breakfests in that hotel. Better to drive down the hill to local places.
My husband and myself were looking for something not too close to the center in an intimite place. Villa Guadalupe has provided us not only with an intimate place, but also with a feeling like home. Constant care about the guests was always in place. The kitchen was fantastic. Nice dinners combined with a splendid view of Malaga gifted us a few remarkable eventings. We both endlessly appreciated the place and recommend it to those, who travel with a car (Vila Guadalupe provided free parking) and appreciate escape from the city for a while to more quiet places. Price wise the deal was totally fair. In case we come back to Malaga I would not even bother to search for other locations
Clean, modern, over looking the town and only 10 mins to the airport (no noise) very friendly owner and staff, excellent restaurant, car parking, great variety for breakfast and great views. We stayed just one night before flying home and it was the perfect choice. Would book again.
The staff were very friendly and helpful. The room was good but the enormous balcony made it fabulous. The restaurant was also excellent and we had the best food of the whole trip in Andalusia including a parador hotel. It is a bit out from Malaga city centre but taxis only cost 10 euro to the cathedral. I would recommend this hotel for a relaxing chill out.
I have no complaints about the hotel at all.
Very friendly staff, excellent location, superb food, amazing artwork displayed throughout the hotel, would thoroughly recommend.
My wife and I stayed 3 nights in Villa Guadalupe after 3 weeks of travelling in Andalusia. We stayed in different type of hotels from Paradors and city hotels to beach hotels, - Villa Guadalupe are shinning over them all and was for us the perfect end of a fantastic holiday: Relaxed atmosphere - small hotel with a international touch - fantastic located with a magnific view over the city of Malaga - fine restaurant - good breakfast - alt together god quality for the money you pay. Above is based on experience from 25 years in business as hotel owner.
Nice room with fantastic views of the city
Excellent view, very friendly staff, outstanding cuisine, nice room with a terrace.
The building was very attractive and the view over the city great. There is a lovely balcony (when the weather is warmer). The food was also very good. Parking was easy. The staff were helpful and spoke reasonable English.
The rooms were relatively basic and small (but OK for the price) and the wired Internet connection too difficult to configure (wireless would be better, which is available in the main part of the hotel). You need a car to stay there.