In addition to this, for some years now. Malaga has become a very important cultural centre with numerous museums, including the famous Picasso Museum. As well as its beautiful historic centre, full of special corners, bars and restaurants with the best Mediterranean gastronomy.
The Ibis Budget Málaga Centro hotel is a dog and pet friendly hotel located on the banks of the Guadalmedina river. It is just a 10-minute walk from the Picasso Museum and 5 minutes from the famous Atarazanas market. It offers air-conditioned rooms with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi throughout.
The NH Malaga hotel is located 5 minutes' walk from Malaga Cathedral and 800 metres from the Picasso Museum. Its facilities include a gym, swimming pool, rooms with satellite TV and air conditioning. It also has free WiFi.
The Novotel Suites Málaga Centro is a very modern hotel located near the historic centre. Its location is very privileged because it is only 5 minutes away from the AVE train station "María Zambrano". Very comfortable rooms totally soundproofed in minimalist style.
This hotel of the Ibis Hotels chain is located right next to the Cathedral and very close to other tourist attractions. Perfect for travellers looking for pet-friendly accommodation in a comfortable and convenient location. It has wifi connection throughout the entire stay.
The Campanile Malaga Airport Hotel is located 5 minutes drive from Malaga International Airport. Moreover, thanks to its good and quiet location, we can also go to the city centre in just 10 minutes. Best of all, it has free private parking for guests.
This is one of the pet-friendly hotels in Malaga closest to the airport. The Ibis Budget Malaga Aeropuerto is located just off the A-7 motorway, less than 3 km from Malaga Airport. It offers modern-style rooms with flat-screen TV and air conditioning.
The Romerito hotel is located in the Los Prados district of Malaga. This area of the city is characterised by its tranquillity as it is far from the city centre. However, in summer, during the August fair, it is usually much livelier as it is close to the fairgrounds and the fair and congress centre.
El First Flatotel International no se encuentra en Málaga capital, sino que está en la turística Benalmádena. Concretamente está situado junto al campo de golf Torrequebrada, en primera línea de la playa de Yucas. Ofrece a sus huéspedes cafetería, bar, gimnasio y piscina al aire libre.
Located next to the famous Calle Larios, this design hotel offers free Wi-Fi plus the possibility to use iPad devices, both free of charge. Close to the Carmen Thyssen Museum and opposite Malaga Cathedral. A perfect option for visiting Malaga with your dog.
Complejo Rural El Mirador is located just 13 km from the centre of Malaga. It offers panoramic views of the city, an outdoor swimming pool and free Wi-Fi. Each accommodation has a kitchen, dining area, seating area and private bathroom with shower.
Hotel Elcano is only 250 metres from the famous Pedregalejo beach. A perfect place to enjoy the sun and the "espetos malagueños". It is an economical option to visit the city of Malaga with your dog. It also offers free wifi connection in all its facilities.
This Boutique X Pueblo is a good choice if you are looking for a dog friendly hotel. It features an outdoor swimming pool, barbecue facilities and an outdoor garden. The accommodation offers free Wi-Fi throughout, a hot tub and a shared kitchen.
Once you have chosen and booked in some of the hotels in Malaga that allow pets, you should know that Malaga has a location that allows you to make all kinds of plans with dogs. From taking long walks by the sea, visiting historical monuments, hiking trails, enjoying the famous "espetos" in a beach bar...
If you have stayed at the Complejo Rural El Mirador, you will be able to enjoy long walks and the Mediterranean nature of the Natural Park of Los Montes de Málaga. On the other hand, if you are looking to enjoy the sea breeze of the Mediterranean Sea, one of the best dog-friendly hotels in the city is the Hotel Elcano. Located near the exclusive Pedregalejo promenade.
In any case, a visit to the historic centre of Malaga is a must. The best thing of all is to get lost and enjoy its countless corners: Calle Larios, Plaza de la Constitución, Paseo de Chinitas, Calle San Agustín, Plaza de la Marina... have some tapas in a cofrade tavern (even if you are not a believer). From Hotelesmascotas.com we recommend you to visit "Las Merchanas" and "El beato" in calle beatas.
A recommended visit to do with your dog is to climb the Gibralfaro and take a picture from the top. It is the most spectacular view of the city and the best thing about it is that you can always be accompanied by your pet. Once you are at the top you can visit the Gibralfaro Castle. The only drawback is that pets are not allowed.
Once you have visited the viewpoint, you can go down and visit one of the most beautiful streets of Malaga, the Alcazabilla Street with its Roman Theatre from the 1st century A.D. and on which the Alcazaba of Malaga is built. And finally, a visit to the Cathedral of Malaga, known by the boquerones as "La Manquita", is a must. This is because it has an unbuilt tower.
Although pets are not allowed in these museums, whenever you visit Malaga it is a must to visit at least one of the many museums in the capital of the Costa del Sol. The most famous are the Picasso Museum, the Automobile Museum and the Carmen Thyssen Museum. Although there are many other museums of great interest such as the Pompidou Museum, whose colourful dome adorns the passageway at Muelle 1.