Hostel in Marbella, Spain

1 Hostel in Marbella available. Prices start from $4 for a dorm bed.

Hostels in Marbella

"…Very Good relation price-quality His simple decorations and good furniture make the rooms are very comfortable for short and long stays. All rooms have TV and bathroom and an air-conditioned … More

Hotels in Marbella

Albergue Inturjoven

Free Breakfast
"…The incl. breakfast is standard Spanish meagre. Situated in the municipal youths sportsgrounds. Ten minutes walk downhill from the bus station." …"…Cash and card payment accepted on arrival. … More
"This charming hostel is located in Marbella’s old town, 450 metres from the beach and 10 minutes’ walk from the marina. It offers a 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi throughout. Rooms at In House … More
"…Our staff will try to do the best during your stay in our tiny hotel. From our hotel, you can get to the beach or lovely Puerto Banus in only 5 minutes. Our friendly and professional staff … More
"…The hotel has leisure area with playground, swimming pool, children's pool, and a program of daytime and evening entertainment. Hotel Roc Marbella Policies and Conditions: Check in from 14: … More
"…The rooms are large in size and have extra large double beds. Free flat on the hotel pavement. The perfect place to relax with a partner enjoying the privacy of the location, views and art … More

Guest Houses in Marbella

"…Hostal Paco Marbella lies just a short walk from the beaches of this exclusive seafront town, part of Spain’s sunny Costa del Sol. The resort’s golden sands are just 5 minutes away by foot, … More
"…The guest will be charged a prepayment of the total price at any time. NON-REFUNDABLE POLICY NOTE: Non-refundable rate you have to pay 100% cost of the reservation … More
"…All rooms have their shower toilets en suite, airconditioning and televisions. Snack facilities can be provided 24 hours a day and night including soft drinks, coffee and tea. The beach is only … More

Hostal Berlin

Free Breakfast
"…You can find us 100 meters from the old town and centre of Marbella and also at 100 metres from the beach, that contributes to create an ideal stay, quiet but central at the same time. Check our … More

Apartments in Marbella

"…Check in from 16:00 to 20:00 . Check out before 11:00 . Payment upon arrival by credit cards, debit cards. This property may pre-authorize your credit card. General: Taxes included. … More

Hostel in Marbella, Spain

1 Hostel in Marbella available. Prices start from $4 for a dorm bed.

Get to know Marbella (no more "I wish I knew this before")

This section is dedicated to take away all your "I wish someone had told me that before I went!" experiences. This way, you can spend less time settling in, and more time making new friends in your chosen hostel. We share our insider knowledge of tips, tricks and important things to look out for in Marbella.

Marbella, in the province of Malaga, Andalusia, Spain, is a coastal town that overlooks the Mediterranean Sea and is part of the autonomous community of Andalusia, Costa del Sol. Costa del Sol, or Coast of the Sun, is named for its view of the beautiful sunrise over the sea and is world renowned as a tourist destination.

Marbella has a long history that goes back to Palaeolithic and Neolithic times, inhabited by Neanderthals and different tribes of ancient Iberia. Unlike other places, the traces of Phoenician and Roman settlements are still intact and evident in many areas, like the famous Roman Bridge, various Roman villas and mansions, and Roman baths. Marbella has also been heavily influenced by the conquest and settlement of several peoples and kingdoms, most notably the Iberian occupation and residency of Moors. Various Spanish kingdoms, especially the Kingdom of Granada, have also made an impact to Marbella.

Marbella has also been a site of various modern day political conflicts and wars that caused damaged to the city, especially the Spanish Civil War. At the present, Marbella is characterized as a great tourist destination, full of modern structures, buildings, and establishments, without losing its astounding regard for its nature and environment. Marbella is known for its long stretches of beaches and decent location for clean water, like the Rio Verde or the Green River.

Marbella is most famous for the old ruins and remains and other landmarks that goes back millennia. Aside from the Phoenician and Roman remains and structures, Marbella is also full of churches, buildings, and structures that go back to the Middle Ages, with the heavy influence of the Byzantine, Moorish, Gothic, and other medieval characters.

The walled city of Old Town of Marbella or the Casco Antiguo is heavily preserved in various locations and can be discovered in tours. The Old Town extends from the Barrio Alto to Barrio Nuevo. The modern Marbella is also heavily preserved that features rich culture like art, food, music, and entertainment. During the night, Marbella lights up to highlight its colorful and vibrant nightlife full of bars, music, and restaurants. All year long there are various festivals and celebration to keep the tourism lively.

Marbella is modern paradise that is a sanctuary of the past. Hostels in Marbella range from the ultra-luxurious to simple and cheap ones. Marbella hostels can accommodate the influx of international vacationers, tourists, and visitors all year round. They are well equipped and can assist everyone’s needs.

Written by local enthusiast for Marbella hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Marbella hostels Angelica Burrage

Marbella Hostel Cheatsheet

Above we list every single hostel there is in the city. Let us take a broader look at what you can expect - and what not. We created this cheatsheet for you to get a more complete picture of the hostel quality in Marbella, average prices and types of hostels to choose from.
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