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Hotels on the Costa del Sol – Málaga

The Costa del Sol is one of the most legendary holiday destinations in Spain. Year-round sun, extensive sandy beaches, seafood, a beautiful capital city, charming Andalusian white-washed villages, these are just a few of the reasons to visit Málaga. Find your favourite hotels on the Costa del Sol and imagine what your next holiday will be like.

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  • City
  • Spa
  • Beach
  • Events

It is a magnificent 4-star hotel with spa located in the centre of Marbella, in the middle of the Golden Mile, next to the Congress and Exhibition Centre, the Starlite Festival and the beach. Fully equipped with swimming pool, gym, Jacuzzi, meeting rooms and restaurant, this hotel is ideal for business or leisure stays in the city alike.

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Senator Banús Spa Hotel *****

Puerto Banús-Estepona

  • Spa
  • Beach
  • Couples
  • Adults only

This luxurious 5-star hotel with Spa recommended for adults only is located between Estepona and Puerto Banús, and it is ideal for romantic getaways, honeymoons, birthdays and anniversaries and couples’ holidays. The hotel presents a modern design inspired in a cruise liner, with spectacular rooms and a 5-star quality service.

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Accommodation on the Costa del Sol

The Costa del Sol is an unmistakable place where you can have a good time, relax on a hammock on the beach or in the shade of a beach bar, sample its famous barbecued fish, stroll down the bustling beachfront promenades and discover the charm of the Andalusian culture. From Manilva to Nerja, you are guaranteed to find a spot of your liking along this coastline.

Málaga, Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona are the most famous destinations for staying on the Costa del Sol, and they offer a wide range of hotels, leisure and restaurants.

If you are looking for something a little more peaceful and relaxed, the eastern coast of Málaga is the best choice. The Cliffs of Maro, the Nerja Caves and the Balcón de Europa, the beautiful white-washed town of Frigiliana and the peaceful beaches of Torrox are just some of the attractions in this area.

On the western coast, Tivoli World, Selwo Marina, the Butterfly Park and the Benalmádena Cable Car are leisure activities that both children and adults enjoy, as well as Bioparc Fuengirola, Aqualand and Crocodile Park in Torremolinos. On the other hand, Sohail Castle in Fuengirola, the charm of Mijas Pueblo, the golf courses in Estepona or the flashy Puerto Banús are a few other places where you are bound to have a good time. A few other places that are worth visiting if you have the time include the Benalmádena Buddhist Stupa, the popular Calle San Miguel and the Casa de los Navajas in Torremolinos.

However, if you want to spend your holidays in a more exclusive destination, you will find luxury hotels and some of the best restaurants and haute couture shops in Marbella. Marbella is also home to one of the prettiest old towns in the whole province of Málaga. Get lost in the narrow white streets full of colourful flowers and visit the Plaza de los Naranjos and the walls of the 11th-century Islamic castle.

In addition to all that, the city of Málaga offers all the cultural attractions you could want on your holiday. As well as an extensive network of museums that includes the Picasso Museum, the Centre Pompidou and the Carmen Thyssen Museum, Málaga is also home to archaeological remains of its rich past, such as the Roman Theatre, the Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle. You also cannot leave until you have visited Calle Larios, the cathedral and the Atarazanas market, as well as strolled around the popular Muelle Uno shopping and dining complex and enjoyed a drink with views of the marina.

But, if the province of Málaga is famous for one thing, it has to be its beaches. In the eastern sector, you will find some of the most well-known beaches that include Playa de Maro and Playa de Burriana in Nerja, and Playa de Torre del Mar and Playa del Cañuelo, on the border with the province of Granada. In the western sector, the most famous beaches include the Playa de Puerto Banús and Playa del Bil-Bil in Benalmádena, Playa de Cabopino in Marbella, Playa de Calahonda in Mijas and Playa de la Rada in Estepona. And not forgetting the legendary beaches of Torremolinos, particularly Playa de la Carihuela with its lively promenade bursting with shops and beach bars.

If you want an escape to the countryside during your holidays, the province of Málaga also offers a wealth of opportunities where you can disconnect or go on an adventure.

One of the most famous attractions in recent years is the Caminito del Rey, an exhilarating hiking trail that cuts between the vertical walls of the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes gorge, popularly known as “El Chorro”. The route reaches an altitude of over 100 metres and offers fantastic views of the gorge itself and the river Guadalhorce.

Additionally, the Torcal de Antequera nature reserve offers some of the most enigmatic landscapes in the province, and you can follow a route between limestone rocks that have been eroded by the wind and the water into the most peculiar and mysterious formations.

There are also numerous hiking trails in the region, such as El Juanar, a pine forest in the Sierra Blanca, Ojén (near to Marbella), and in the Montes de Málaga, the Sierra de las Nieves or the Serranía de Ronda.

Furthermore, there is an extensive offering of hotels in Málaga and accommodation on the Costa del Sol, ranging from luxurious four- and five-star hotel complexes, all-inclusive resorts and family hotels to smaller, more intimate retreats for couples. So, there is no need to worry about your accommodation, your only dilemma will be how to choose between the huge variety of options on offer!