Romerito is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Malaga, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a desk, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Romerito features 24 hour front desk, a concierge, and newspaper. In addition, as a valued Romerito guest, you can enjoy a fitness center and breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to paid public parking available on-site.
Close to some of Malaga's most popular landmarks, such as Centro Cultural La Térmica (1.8 mi) and Tabacalera Building (1.9 mi), Romerito is a great destination for tourists.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Malaga's popular steakhouses such as El Botijo, Las Brasas De Sureños, and La Posada De Brasil, all a short distance from Romerito.
Malaga is also known for some great historic sites, including Alcazaba, Castillo de Gibralfaro, and Malaga Cathedral, which are not too far from Romerito.
Enjoy your stay in Malaga!
We are currently staying here at the Romerito. We booked here as a budget hotel and knew it was away from malaga centro somewhat. When I read some of the reviews some people had said its near a industrial area. It's definitely not a industrial area but more like a residential area. We got a taxi from the airport which took 10-15 minutes and was €18 We were welcomed to the hotel entrance that was immaculately clean and we were given a prompt and efficient check in. Our rooms is a double bed and one single bed. The room is lovely and bright and perfectly clean. The room is cleaned daily with new towels. Note that there is no kettle or tea making facilities. But I knew this in advanced and brought a travel kettle. Having said this there is a cafe restaurant at the hotel that is very reasonable price and the drinks and food is good. Its open 7am-11pm. There is also a shop attached to the hotel with everything you will need. To get into malaga centro it takes a 20 minutes bus ride which you get directly outside of the hotel at a cost of €1.40 these buses run quite often. Overall if you are looking to do malaga on a budget I reccomend this hotel. It's a very traditional and pretty hotel with everything you need and helpful staff. …
Many thanks to all at the hotel especially the reception I stayed here for one night as my friend was took to hospital and was kept in over night and I can't thank the girl on the reception enough for her help that night as I was in desperate need of some personal toiletries and she gave me some as everywhere was closed as I arrived very late many thanks again as for the hotel can't fault it the room was clean, comfortable and very nice it looked onto a beautiful courtyard the waiter in the restaurant too was very kind he let me borrow his pen a small jesture but a welcome friendly one hopefully I will revisit this hotel again soon until then a big thank you to all ❤️
Only stayed one night Spotlessly clean Very good room for the price Reception staff very good and spoke english As previous reviews stated that the area situated was dissapointing Had to get taxi from airport cost 18 euros Bus nu 20 from outside of hotel into city then train to airport cost 3 euros
The pictures shows really the condition. Everything is very nice. Reception very friendly and 24h available. Lift to go in 1st floor. Room was small but really clean. Small balcony, shower, toilet, air conditioning and a nice bed. I had a good sleep there. Very close located intact in the House is a good restaurant for breakfast, lunch and dinner. On the corner is a supermarket for drinks etc. so perfect place for a stay in Málaga.
This hotel is a cheaper alternative for the centre of Malaga. One can find a spot in the streets nearby to park the car for free. But, the neighborhood isn't anything special, nothing to see, maybe some café or restaurants, but no nice atmosphere. The hotel isn't cozy either, not much guests (t least not end of April). Our room was clean, not bad, but not nice-looking. Weak Wifi signal in the room. The breakfast: yes, served in the café located in the same building, but we found it too expensive for just an orange juice, a cup of coffee and a toasts with ham and cheese.
As our flight to Belfast on 10th Oct was cancelled due to blasted French air traffic controllers strike of which we knew nothing until at check in desk in airport, and after 4 hours waiting in a queue were told first available flight to Belfast was 20th Oct, were eventually put on coach and brought to this hotel (2nd attempt as original hotel easyjet was to take us too was full). We arrived after midnight tired and frustrated after ordeal at airport and while hotel is typical Spanish not in typical tourist area the check in staff were friendly and helpful. The room while small was spotlessly clean as was the bathroom and the air con was fantastic on a hot sticky night. There was a lovely courtyard in the middle which hotel is built around where we could enjoy the sunshine. We had to buy breakfast (a roll tea/coffee orange etc as easyjet had not as yet emailed hotel to say meals were included. The reception staff were fantastic. We managed to book flights via sky scanner to get home at our own expense as it wasn't convenient to stay another 10 days and reception printed the boarding passes, told us what buses to take to airport etc. One of the cleaners even walked us to where the small supermarket was as we had to buy extra toiletries. The food being typically Spanish was tasty and the waiters were friendly and very helpful. Overall could not fault this hotel and its staff as they cheered us up. (Wish same could be said of easyjet airport staff who more or less abandoned us). Thank you reception and restaurant staff, your kindness, friendliness and help was greatly appreciated at a difficult time. Couple from Ballymoney, Co Antrim.…
We stayed here one night whilst travelling along the coast. It suited our needs to find somewhere to park easily and away from the busy roads of Malaga. The easiest parking we have had in two weeks! We were very impressed from the moment we arrived:- friendly and helpful reception staff, clean, comfortable and bright room. There is a lovely courtyard in the middle. Attached is a restaurant so you can eat outside in the courtyard. The waiters and the food were good. Fantastic value for the money. We could not fault it!
Decided to stop here with friends after looking at some previous reviews and glad we did what delight for the price. The hotel is situated in the Los Prados area of Malaga, there is a bus stop outside of the hotel which takes you into the centre of Malaga for €2.60 one way, this runs every 15 minutes ( travel time into town about 20 minutes). Check in was efficient and the staff were very friendly & helpful. The rooms are all in a square configuration with a beautiful court yard in the centre of the hotel. Rooms were clean and were cosy couldn't ask for more, everywhere was spotless. We ate at the restaurant two nights out of the three and the food was typically Spanish plentiful and very tasty what a treat. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone, throughly enjoyed my stay.…
As other reviews have pointed out this hotel appears to be in the middle of nowhere. We did try to go for a little walk around the area but found very little and soon scuttled back. However the hotel itself was very clean, modern and the rooms were adequate if a little small. The staff were very friendly. The food was good and very reasonably priced. We had the menu of the day consisting of 3 courses with a drink for 11 Euros (August 2017). Breakfast was a fairly standard Spanish affair of coffee, orange drink and a sandwich for about 4 Euros - eaten in the amazing courtyard. Altogether it was perfectly good for a place us to stay on stop over on the way to the airport. The only sour note was the taxi to the airport. The taxi from central Malaga to the hotel was about 9 Euros. In contrast the taxi from the hotel to the airport, roughly the same distance, was 21 Euros - including an extra charge for the privilege of calling the taxi to the hotel. Not a charge that I have ever experienced in the UK. Not the hotels fault but something to be aware of.…
Romerito is a great little hotel , rooms lovely and clean and friendly helpful staff however it is literally in the middle of nowhere not a bar or restaurant in sight . You have to get the number 20 bus which you get opposite side of the hotel to take you to the main centre of malaga . Wouldn't recommend for family's but as a couple it did us just fine and if you don't mind getting buses then you'll be fine .