NICE TRIPLE REED ROOM BY CITY CENTER FREE WIFI NEXT TO PICASSO BIRTHPLACE
Nombre max. de visiteurs4
Salles de bain2
Description de l'hébergement
|Adresse||Calle Cruz Verde, 29013 Malaga, Espagne|
|Type de logement||Chambre privée|
|Code de l'offre||U0PIGHEY|
|Taux d'acceptation||< 50%|
|Temps de réponse||Quelques heures|
|Calendrier mis à jour||Aujourd'hui|
The room have lock door,a double bed(135x190),bedline, night table,lamp,a desk, a chair, hanger,balcony/ window, a small mirror, a little carpet.
La casita del Patio have 6 full-equipped double bedroom, a huge living room, 2 bathroom to share, a solarium terrace with a genuine and georges view to the Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle, and a typical Andalusian Patio.
Every room have lock door, twin single bed or double bed, bedline, night table, lamp, a desk, a chair, hanger, balcony/ window, a small mirror, and little carpet.
The kitchen is well equipped with microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge-freezer, dishes, cutlery…..and everything you will need. We just ask to clean if you use :).
The living room has a 3 place coach, two 1 place coach, a table with chair where you can enjoy dinner-lunch and a small TV.
We have a huge solarium terrace with two sunbed and a table, and a chill out area with two sofas, where you can relax having a sunbath during the day or enjoy a glass of sangria look at the Alcazaba at the warn Malaga´s summer night.
The patio is full of flowers (gitanillas, geraniums, petunias, te, pothos, ferns) and is the best place in the house to enjoy a good breakfast or a fantastic dinner al fresco.
Coffe, decaffeinated, te, vinager, sugar, salt, some spices and honey.
Free coffee & tea (24 hours)
Feel Free to use the kitchen just clean everthing when you finish.
Use all the commun areas (living-room, kitchen, patio, roof solarium terrace).
We Offer transfer from Airport 20 euros.
Laundry Service: extra cost 3 euros per use.
Towels: extra cost 1 euro per towel.
We welcome our guest and give to them all the information they will need to have a nice stay in Málaga and a Map.
We can give you tips and advice of the city and tell you what are the main highlights of the city.
Organize tapas night with all the guests and guided tours of the historic center.
Organize Fantastic Free Paella's day/night at home twice per week for our guess at home.
Organize visits to fantastic beaches around the province.
Between some Malaga´s Airbnb Hosts arranged a AMAZING FREE WALKING TOUR on historical city center 3 days per week (tuesday, thursday & Saturday, 11:30 pm) with a fantastic local guide.
We spend the most of the day around home, so we are able to help you.
La casita del Patio is allocated in the heart of the city center, so you will find all the main Málaga´s monument around home.
Also, as home at the city center, there is around many place to eat, to have a coffe, beer, party and a typical Spanish fresh market just around the corner.
In front of the door there is a Spanish languages school.
You don't need to use public transport. You have everything in walking distance from the House
By walk around city center and Malagueta Beach, the bus from/to airport is 5 minutes by walk, and the bus from/to train/bus station is 2 minutes by walk.
Next to Picasso Birth House.
150 metres to Merced Square
250 metres to Alcazaba & Roman theatre & Museum Picasso
300 metres to Thyssen Museum
500 metres to Alameda Principal (All the bus lines)
1500 metres to Malagueta Beach
Public Parking 24 hours to 30 metres.
Many facilities to park around the area for free.
Street Floor: Hall
First Floor: Huge living & dinner room with 2 balcony and fresh andalusian patio, Kitchen
Second Floor: 1 Bathroom, 1 double/triple room with 2 balcony, 1 double/triple/quadruple room with balcony.
Third Floor: 1 bathroom, 1 single room with big bed and window, 1 twin room with 2 or 3 single beds and window, 1 double/triple room with 2 balcony
Fourth Floor: 1 cute twin room with two single beds and windows close with courtins, and wonderful solarium terrace with amazing views to city center.
Picasso Birthplace: 100 metres
Cervantes Theatre: 50 metres
Merced Square: 110 metres
Merced Market: 80 metres.
Supermarket Supersol: 80 metres.
Alacazaba: 300 metres
Roman Theatre: 350 metres
Picasso Museum; 350 metres
Cathedral: 450 metres
Gibralfaro Castle (on top): 700 metres
Malagueta BEACH: 1200 METRES
Calle Lários: 500 metres
Atarazanas Market: 800 metres
Alameda Principal: 900 metres (bus to/from airport)
Train Station city center 1300 metres.
Santuario de la Victoria: 1000 metres.
Carmen Thyssen Museum: 500 metres
Constitución Square: 350 metres
ALL THE INTERESTED TOURIST PLACES AROUND HOME LESS THAN 3 MINUTES BY WALK
Please contact us for everything you need in advance.
We offer airport transfer for 20€ (maximum 4 persons).
If you are not sure about the location of the rented property, please ask in advance, but usually after the booking is done, you get the details. PRINT YOUR BOOKING.
Ancient and cosmopolitan Malaga in the past still retains its historic roots intact. In long-gone times it bore witness to the origins of man and of the Mediterranean culture, and is today the primary force in the Andalusian tourist industry, keeping alive its tradition of a welcoming and creative land.
Maritime Malaga on the coast where winter never comes; and with a mountain vocation inland, where nature is displayed in all its splendour. White villages with their attractive architecture, wrapped in romantic legend, bring points of light into secluded valleys where life goes by peacefully. And from the peaks of the mountains you can watch the horizon until it becomes lost in the immense blue of the sea.
The province of Malaga is located in the south of the Mediterranean coast, between the provinces of Granada and Cadiz, and bordering the provinces of Cordoba and Seville in the north.
The capital city is Málaga.
The history of this province has taken place between the sea and the mountains. Its capital was a witness to the economic and cultural boom of the western Mediterranean. The town known as Malaka by the Phoenicians was transformed into a prosperous commercial centre. After the Muslim invasion of the 8th century, the territory became Arabised and later became part of the Nasrid kingdom in Granada, when it underwent a new period of commercial and cultural prominence.
In the 19th century, the iron and steel industries of los Larios and the commercialisation of its wines provided significant economic development for the province.
After decades of economic downturn, Malaga underwent rapid economic growth in the second half of the 20th century, thanks to the tourist industry. Each year millions of citizens from all over the world choose this idyllic land to relax on its sun-drenched beaches, discover its rich architectural heritage or explore the wild beauty of its mountain geography.
The province of Malaga has over 160 kilometres of coastline. A total of 14 districts are located directly on the Mediterranean Sea. You can find secluded enclaves set in unspoilt nature, as well as more established tourist resorts. The beaches in both the eastern and the western part of the province are so attractive they have made the Costa del Sol one of the top international destinations.
Also a must is the landscape inland, with more than 15 officially protected areas classified as nature reserves, natural spaces or natural landmarks. Places that may be either in the depths of the Mediterranean or on the highest peaks. Magical forests and rivers where you can still find foxes, golden eagles and Spanish ibex.
Visitors will find endless gastronomic delights on the coast of Malaga. Small fish (anchovies, red mullet, mackerel, squid and baby squid) served fried are the hallmark dish in a cuisine which is characterised by its simple presentation and its exquisite tastes. The prawns from the bay, the clams and the boiled or grilled Dublin Bay prawns all have a special flavour.
In the interior of the province you will find delicious cured meats and hearty fare: kid with garlic, fried kid, hare... There are countless recipes for gazpacho in Malaga: ajoblanco (with garlic and almonds), porra antequerana, gazpachuelo (with fish)... The locally-produced wines, made from raisins and muscatel grapes, and the Pedro Ximénez sweet wine are internationally renowned.
A whole universe of flavours to be enjoyed by visitors to this ancient land.
Règles de la maisonBe respectful, leave the room as you found it.
Respect the sleeping time of the neighbours and the other persons in the house.
We just ask to clean everything if you cook, and keep tidy the commun áreas.
When you leave the room must be tidy (no garbage, plastic bottle, boxes....)
Smoking is allow everywhere EXCEPT ROOMS.
It´s not allowed to take people into the apartment which have not booked accommodation.
We provided line bed and all the information you will need!!!!
We provide in the kitchen SALT, SUGAR, INFUSION, COFFEE and decaffeinated coffee.
If you have a shower, please bring your own shampoo & gel. We just provide hand soap and roll toilet paper. Bring your own beaty staff.
You can use kitchenware, make sure you clean everything after use it.
Washing machine use: 3 euros
We offer shower towel, extra cost: 1 euros
Beach Towel, extra cost 2 euros
Travel Cot available, 5 euros
Just feel free at a home!!!!
Remember to clean the kitchen when you finish cooking, because other persons are going to use it.
|Prix pour > 2 voyageurs||16 € par voyageur/nuit supplémentaire|
|Nombre max. de nuits||1 mois|
|Arrivée après||Sur arrangement|
|Arrivée avant||Sur arrangement|
|Départ avant||Sur arrangement|
Avis sur les autres logements de cet hôte
Tout à côté de la maison natale de Picasso , sur la Place de la Merced : de là vous irez facilement à pied visiter la ville , et avec un peu de chance vous aurez garé votre voiture dans la rue ...
Les chambres sont petites mais très ensoleillées , 2 chambres par étage et 1 salle de douche commune par étage .L'ensemble de la maison est très propre et si vos voisins ne claquent pas les portes vous pourrez y dormir paisiblement !
Raphaël m'a aidé à monter ma valise et m'a donné toutes les infos pour les bons plans .Sympa ,
Attention peut-être : pas de climatisation : l'été il fait très chaud à Malaga ...
this room was clean,beautiful and fresh in the middle of the old. center. There are 2 bathrooms with hot water.. you could use. the big kitchen which is filled with all kinds of tea. salt/pepper/oil/coffee are there. The shared living room is big and there is even a liitle balcony where you can smoke.... the only negative part was, no hot water to do the dishes
Ideal location for discovering Malaga and the interesting sites around (e.g. Granada or Ronda). 5 min walk to downtown Malaga, 30 min to the overland busstation. Friendly landlord who gives usefull hints about restaurants and bars.
We booked the whole apartment: Four sleeping rooms with 2 bathrooms, kitchen, livingroom, nice "inside" patio and a terrace the top.
Parking around is possible, but it is hard to find space and streets are very narrow, so scratches should be taken into account
In total: Eveything you need, we would book it again!
The flat is super cool.
Many people from all over the world have been there.
Its like home.
They have 2 terraces a whole kitchen where you can use everything and share with all the others.
Rafael is very nice and so are his dogs,that do not live there.
Its a lively neighbourhood and everybody is helpful if you are looking for something.
I would definetely come back next time Iam in Malaga.
We (5 girls, aged 24) really loved the apartment - it is beautiful, always clean and really close to the city center, and to the nightlife of the region. Rafael is really kind - he took us on a city tour, cooked paella for us and offered to take us to other places as well (restaurants, clubs)
HOWEVER: we were not aware that there would be other guests apart from us staying at the apartment as well, and quite a lot of them. You rent the room, not the entire apartment! If you want to use the terrace on top of the building (which is beautiful as well) you have to walk by a "room" which is basically a bed seperated from the stairs with a curtain - you can't help but feeling like you are bothering the other guests.
Rafael himself also lives in the apartment, and he has two dogs (important info if you are allergic). His room is in the living room, also just seperated from it with a curtain. One time, one of the dogs pooped and one time peed into the apartment. When Rafael was out at night they kept youling really really loudly, so we could not sleep.
So, all in all, the apartment has more of a "shared flat" feeling to it, with 2 dogs living there as well.
I was very happy that I made a choice to stay in Rafael & Eli house. The location is perfect for sightseeing and strolling the old town. The room was clean and pleasant.
Rafael and Eli are very lovely couple, they try their best to make the house feel like a home. On Friday we had a paella cooked by Rafael with wine and plenty of sun..:)
I enjoyed Malaga and lovely place I stayed in...
J'ai passé un agréable week-end là bas à Malaga sincèrement
J'ai été impressionné l'appartement était très propre, Rafael n'était pas
Présent mais la personne qui m'a remis les clés étaient super sympa.
Donc je suis sûr et certain que je reviendrai là bas la prochaine fois
Que je pars à Malaga.
Apartamento en excelente ubicacion. Anfitrion disponible, simpatico.
Polecam, lepiej trafić nie można!!:) Rafael pokazał nam najlepsze knajpy i punkty widokowe! lokalizacja także cudowna w centrum miasta, gdzie było wszędzie blisko! Dla mnie wielki pozytyw czułam się jak w domu! dziękuje Rafae! mam nadzieję, że zobaczymy się wkrótce!!!
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