Very Good 1924 Reviews
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What We Love

  • The striking glass floor in the hotel’s The Wall Bar, which reveals dramatically lit ruins of the original walls of Malaga’s old town
  • The sophisticated menu at the property’s restaurant, Le Diner, with its suggested Moet & Chandon wine pairings
  • Expansive suites with their very own living rooms will make you feel like you have your very own Malaga pied-a-terre

What To Know

  • The bathtub in some rooms is separated from the main space by a dramatic glass wall
  • Rooms are designed in a soothing palette of white and cream with creative pops of color and texture
  • On arrival, guests may request an upgrade, but there is a charge for this


  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
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A newly built refuge in busy Malaga with a rooftop swimming pool and clean, modern design

The Lowdown

With its tiled roof, blonde-wood floors, airy public rooms and LCD TVs in every room, the Posada del Patio is a crisp, restful modern hotel perfect for a city break on the Costa del Sol. It also features unexpected touches, like sculptural walls in some guest rooms or the glass floors in some of the public spaces, which reveal a view of the city’s historical roots.

In the Area

Bustling Malaga is a hub for domestic and international travel on the popular Costa del Sol, meaning tourists almost always pass through here at least once during their southern Spain sojourn. While some choose to skip the city altogether and head straight for the beach, there are reasons to spend a few days in Malaga. In addition to opportunities for shopping, the Museo Picasso is a must-see, while a visit to the Alcazaba, the historical fortress, is also worthwhile. Malaga is a major port, so those seeking quieter beaches may wish to rent a car and head to swanky Marbella for a day or more.

How to Get There

Vincci Seleccion Posada del Patio
Pasillo Santa Isabel no. 7
Malaga, 29005 Spain


4.5 Very Good 1924 Reviews
Malaga City Break
Reviewed 1 day ago

This is a very good hotel. In a prime position and easy access to the Old Town. Breakfast is first class. Service is second to none. I would recommend this hotel for City breaks without a doubt. The only tiny niggle, was at the pool. There was never enough sun beds, but there are plenty of sofa/chairs. I will definitely stay at this hotel again

Good but not 5 star
Reviewed 3 days ago

Nice located and good hotel but far from a 5 star hotel.
This would be considered a 4 star in any other country.
Very simple design in the room , but carpet and sofa very dirty.
Staff very kind and helpful all of them.
Ok to recommend but no expectations of 5 star.

Wonderful hotel
Reviewed 1 week ago

Everything was great. Staff very professional. Breakfast very fresh and very good. Pool nice just a pity more sun longers could not be added. Location perfect, dead central fpr shopping restaurants bars and local markets. We hope to return !! Thanks

Great Place
Reviewed 1 week ago

We didn't have a car yet, but there was parking available. The location could't have been better, right on the edge of it all! Lovely room with an oversize bathroom and tub. The lobby/common area was above average. I would use this brand of hotel anytime.

Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Don't fool by the small entrance of the hotel , the lounge area is acutally quite big. The Arab walls in the basement is acutally telling an interesting story . They have a private car park so it is perfect for drivers. parking fee is euro 23 per night. Breakfast is also nice. Location wise it is perfect for the shopping street and fresh food market. Hotel price is reasonable for a 5 star in malaga , I think more value for money vs those by the harbour.