Like the lady below said, they do switch beds on you without notice but the staff is actually really nice! They didn't have any maps when we went but definitely take the walking tour with the Canadian girl, I'm so sad I don't remember her name. She's very informative and gives great tips on places to eat/go. Malaga isn't that bad to get around so you don't need a bus route to get anywhere unless you want to go to the beach. The breakfast was a lot less than I was expecting. I'd stay here again, easy to meet people.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to the most "party" hostel in Malaga. We have a saying at Oasis Backpacker's Hostel in Malaga, " If you can't meet anyone here, you can't meet anyone anywhere!" or maybe that was "Why do my socks smell like tequila?" Either way, cheap drinks, two bars, and endless activities keep travellers mingling all night long. In Malaga we want everyone to join in the fun. Whether we're spending the day basking in the warm Andalusian sun at one of Malaga's many beaches (yes even in the winter), sipping cocktails while looking out over the skyline on our rooftop bar or stumbling through the historic center after one of our famous nights out, you will be welcomed into the family...Oasis Style! ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Oasis Backpackers' Hostel Malaga Costa Del Sol, Spain