Albergue Inturjoven de Málaga, Málaga

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Albergue Juvenil Malaga is a great budget choice, but kind of far from the center of the city. It is a good twenty-minute walk from the center of Malaga at the Alameda Principal, and even further if you are coming from the train station. There are buses available from the Alameda, however. If you walk from the Alameda you head up the Avenida de Andaluca and when you get to a huge intersection that is like a four-leaf clover head to your upper right and keep walking up that hill and eventually the hostel comes up on your left.

Once you get yourself there, however, you will be happy to find the staff friendly and the rooms clean, if characterless.There are not many bars or restaurant options near the hostel, but the hostel itself serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner in its cafeteria. The food won’t be your most amazing meal but it fills you up. Another great thing is that the breakfast comes with the already bargain price of your stay, and if you have to check out before the kitchen opens they send you off with a brown bag and some fruit, juice, and muffins!

However, if you are looking for more than just a clean, cheap place to stay, you might want to look for something a little more central. The hostel is in a very residential and unexciting section of the city, and while the walk to go out for the evening may seem like nothing, it won’t seem like nothing as you are dragging your tired drunk self back up the hill to the hostel. While it didn’t seem like a very social hostel -- there aren’t the same common rooms you find in other places -- it is what you make it. You can always meet people in the cafeteria, or hanging out in the pretty patio area.

Kaitlin Turck

The hostel is really the nicest that I've seen in Spain! Everything is fit to eat and the personnel are so helpful. They let us borrow their flatiron. It is a 10-minute walk from the city center and there are many shopping centers by the roadside. The rooms are spacious, clean and secure. I recommend this hostel!


Good hostel. It's very near to town. Quiet. In summer it is very hot. There are no fans but it's still comfortable and clean. It has good security and helpful staff. Some rooms are luxurious, some are not so luxurious. It has lifts and ramps. It's suitable for physically challenged (disabled) people as well, if they're accompanied by an able person.


The building and rooms reminded us of a prison. The breakfast is really good, and the hostel is cheap, but the location is DEAD at night and a long way from any sights or anything to eat.

Two Gringos

This hostel is in a very modern building, and the rooms are kept clean and to a good standard. The staff are friendly and helpful. The location is a bit out of the way, but it's just a straightforward 20 minute walk into the centre of town, in virtually a straight line!



Rooms do not differenciate by gender
Credit cards accepted
Pets not admitted
Several languages are spoken
public telephone
photocopy service
Audiovisual media


In the hostel

* Handicaped adapted
* Heating
* Dinning room
* Luggage room
* Kitchen
* Laundry
* Hot drinks vendor machine
* Soft drinks vendor machine
* Snacks vendor machine
* Microwave
* Luggage room
* Safety lockers

Activities: Visits to Malaga and its monuments: La Alcazaba (Arabic Fortress), Castillo de Gibralfaro (Gibralfaro's Castle), Cathedral, museums, tropical gardens. Cultural visits to the Aula del Mar. Beaches. Aquatic Parks. Routes by car through the coastline: Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella. Routes by car to the Axarquía's (region). Natural Park Montes de Málaga (Mountains of Malaga). Visits to Antequera and to the natural spot Torcal de Antequera. Festivals and Fairs: Holy Week, Feria de Málaga (Málaga Fair) in August.Located in the urban area of Málaga, near the sports facilities of Carranque. There is a bus stop nearby.

Location and Contact


• By road: Take A-92 to Antequera, then continue through N-331 to Málaga.
• By bus: Málaga's bus station is connected with all the andalusian cities, as well as having connections with other national cities.
• By train: Málaga's railway station has connections with Seville, Cordova and you can transfer from Granada, Jaén and Cádiz. It also receives train services from Madrid and Barcelona among others.
• By plane: Málaga's international airport receives domestic flights from practically the rest of Spain and also international flights from European countries



Address: Plaza Pi­o XII, 6, Málaga (Malaga), Andalusia, Spain

Albergue Inturjoven de Málaga is listed on the following booking sites:

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Website Albergue Inturjoven de Málaga Málaga (if you know the URL of their website, let us know and we'll add it)
Phone Number: 34-951308170 / 902510000
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Facilities and Amenities

Digital Nomads

Family-Friendly Hostel

Groups (10+ people)

Solo Traveller



Wi-Fi in Lobby/Commons

City Tours

Lockers in Lobby

Luggage Storage


Air Conditioning

Credit Card Payments




Lounge Area

Meeting/Banquet facilities

Movie Library/Rental


Wheelchair Accessible

Curfew: No Curfew

Open Dates: All Year

Reception Hours: 24 Hours


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