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Localização Do EstabelecimentoUma estadia Pensión Residencia Universitaria Santa Paula coloca-o no coração de Málaga, a alguns passos de Museu Carmen Thyssen e de Fuente de Génova. Esta pensão está a 0,3 km (0,2 mi) de Museo del Vino Málaga e a 0,4 km (0,2 mi) de Iglesia de los Santos Mártires. As distâncias são apresentadas à 0,1 milha e ao quilómetro mais próximo.
- Museu Carmen Thyssen - 0,1 km/0,1 mi
- Fuente de Génova - 0,1 km/0,1 mi
- Calle Larios - 0,1 km/0,1 mi
- Iglesia de los Santos Mártires - 0,2 km/0,1 mi
- La Casa Invisible - 0,3 km/0,2 mi
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In the center of the city but noisy and no air conditioning
Avaliou em 6 de agosto de 2018
I booked two nights but stayed one, extremely hot. Not to repeat, is cheap but no towels , noisy , shared bathrooms, no air conditioning. Location is good, you are in the center of the city, in my opinión is the only positive thing.
EXTREMELY SAD PLACE+ VERY NOISY
Avaliou em 21 de maio de 2018
NEGATIVE: *Never slept in 3 nights as so so noisy. *Environment is so sad it'd give you goose bumps; there are some fabulous old buildings but THIS ONE is creepy. *We never found anyone at the reception, neither staff around to refer to: ghost house. *Poor breakfast, We decided to skip it even if we paid for it; that underground room is quite scary. * Zero welcome, no goodbye to guests. Why would you bother working in this field? The young lady we handed the keys to when we left was VERY RUDE. However very clean, congrats to the cleaners who apparently are the only ones doing a good job. NEVER AGAIN.
Avaliou em 22 de abril de 2018
Right in the heart of the old city. Excellent location if you like to be where everyone and the buzz is. But its rather noisy both inside and outside the building. Rooms are basic. Clean though. Same for the shared bathrooms. Breakfast is included, but for just a few euros you can have a much beter start of the day in a nice place than the toast and juice you are offered here. If you want a cheap centrally located place and you don’t mind noises all that much, this is a good option.
Expensive for what you get
Avaliou em 6 de abril de 2018
Compared to the other hostels I stayed in on my tour around Spain, this was poor value for money although I did visit during Semanta Santa when prices were higher. The shared bathrooms were kept clean enough but the bedrooms are incredibly shabby and just didn’t feel clean - really in a state of disrepair with peeling paint, dirty looking floors, musty smell. Location however is excellent. Can’t comment on breakfast as I didn’t try it. I think it used to be a halls of residence for students or doubles as one— and it does feel very much like that. Three stars given due to location and helpful/friendly staff.
Great value, great location but very noisy streets all night
Avaliou em 27 de agosto de 2017
Was very happy with the value and, although it is an old building, they'd done their best to keep it tidy and well presented. The room was basic but clean and the nearest shower/toilet was literally across the hallway - again well maintained but a little shabby. The staff spoke almost no English but they were friendly and there were no complaints there. The location is superb - literally 30 seconds walk to a lovely old plaza and a minute from the main shopping street in town, right in the heart of all the restaurants, bars, shops and museums/galleries. Literally the only problem was that the streets are busy late into the morning and revellers are often rowdy - then the street weepers start up at about 6am so getting to sleep was tricky. In then end I wrapped my pillow around my head and it muffled the noise enough to stop it being distracting! WiFi was good and we didn't try the breakfasts - Cafe Central is 1 minutes away and the Hot Chocolate & Churros are to die for!