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Gran Hotel Miramar, Malaga: A Hotel Review

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Gran Hotel Miramar, Malaga: A Hotel Review

Following a 65m Euros investment, Gran Hotel Miramar in Malaga has recently undergone a complete overhaul and launched in spring 2017. The landmark historic building has, since opening its doors, established itself as one of Europe’s foremost grand and glamorous hotels.

Located in the centre of Malaga, in the area of Caleta right on the seaside promenade, this majestic hotel designed by celebrated Spanish architect Fernando Guerrero Strachan offers a stunning view of the city and complete seaside grandeur with both elegance and comfort.

Entering the grand lobby it is evident the recent painstaking renovation has managed to restore the historic building to its former glory by preserving its original features including intricate Moorish carved wood arches, a beautiful first-floor gallery, Andalucían tiling, hand-painted frescoes and ornate stucco ceilings.

With 200 rooms, three restaurants and bars including an impressive rooftop area, spa, gym, ballroom and conference facilities Gran Hotel Miramar caters to families, couples as well as business travellers.

The style of the property is classic but some areas have a more contemporary and chic feel like the rooftop bar.


Intricate Moorish carved wood arches
The first-floor gallery

Brasserie Príncipe de Asturias

This elegant restaurant is located on the first floor and boasts large windows offering a spectacular view overlooking the ocean. The service is great, ambience relaxed and the menu offers a wide selection of grilled fish and meat dishes which are paired with an extensive selection of wines. The sole meunière which comes with vegetables from the orchard and is a fresh and wonderful dish. The classic Café Paris entrecote is served with crispy croquettes and cooked to perfection. For pudding, the chocolate couland is an excellent choice.

Breakfast is served in the large buffet restaurant (between 7am – 11am) by the pool which has both indoor and outdoor seating and offers a wide range of dishes from eggs, and waffles to fruit salads and fresh juices.

Suite Deluxe

This generous one-bedroom suite is light and breezy and decorated in an Arabic and Mediterranean style with blue and white colour tones. The separate sitting room has a sofa bed and a bathroom whilst the bedroom has a spacious en-suite marble bathroom for two people. The suite is equipped with two large flatscreen TVs, a Nespresso machine and free Wi-Fi.


The Spa

The Spa offers a relaxing complete spa experience including a circuit made up of a Finnish sauna, Hammam, sensations shower circuit, a large heated pool and hot stone loungers. The evenings are busy and guests are encouraged to book in advance in order to enjoy the pool area. There is also a fully equipped gym as well as an outdoor swimming pool which is located right in front of the hotel facing the ocean.


Double rooms from €200 in the low season and from €400 in the high season. Breakfast excluded (€25). Free Wi-Fi.

For bookings

Gran Hotel Miramar, Malaga

Paseo de Reding, 22, 29016 Málaga, Spain
Tel: (+34) 952 603 000



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