Lovely DOBLE ROOM with 2 balcony. The room is alocated at the third floor.
The room has locker door, a DOUBLE BED (and extra single bed for 3rd person), night table, wardrobe, deskbook. FREE WIFI. Bed line included
Just 100 metres to Plaza de la Merced & Picasso Birth House Museum in the heart of the CITY CENTER, La Malagueta Beach 10 Minutes by walk.
La casita del Patio have 6 full-equipped double bedroom all rented with Airbnb, so be ready to share your experience with other guest at home, a huge living room, 2 bathroom to share, a solarium terrace with a genuine and georges view to the Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle, and a typical Andalusian Patio.
Every room have lock door, twin single bed or double bed, bedline, night table, lamp, a desk, a chair, hanger, balcony/ window, a small mirror, and little carpet.
The kitchen is well equipped with microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge-freezer, dishes, cutlery…..and everything you will need. We just ask to clean if you use :).
The living room has a 3 place coach, two 1 place coach, a table with chair where you can enjoy dinner-lunch and a small TV.
We have a huge solarium terrace with two sunbed and a table, and a chill out area with two sofas, where you can relax having a sunbath during the day or enjoy a glass of sangria look at the Alcazaba at the warn Malaga´s summer night.
The patio is full of flowers (gitanillas, geraniums, petunias, te, pothos, ferns) and is the best place in the house to enjoy a good breakfast or a fantastic dinner al fresco.
Bed Line Inlcuded.
Coffe, decaffeinated, te, vinager, sugar, salt, some spices and honey.
Free coffee & tea (24 hours)
Feel Free to use the kitchen just clean everthing when you finish.
Use all the commun areas (living-room, kitchen, patio, roof solarium terrace).
We Offer transfer from Airport 20 euros.
Laundry Service: extra cost 3 euros per use(max 4 kilos).
TOWELS: extra cost 1 euro/each
BEACH TOWELS: extra cost 2 euros/each
AIR CONDITIONER is available: 4 euros/day (Ask for that in advace)
Interaction with guests
We welcome our guest and give to them all the information they will need to have a nice stay in Málaga and a Map.
We can give you tips and advice of the city and tell you what are the main highlights of the city.
Organize tapas night with all the guests and guided tours of the historic center.
Organize Fantastic Free Paella's day/night at home twice per week for our guess at home.
Organize visits to fantastic beaches around the province.
We spend the most of the day around home, so we are able to help you.
Other things to note
Please contact us for everything you need in advance.
We offer airport transfer for 20€ (maximum 4 persons).
If you are not sure about the location of the rented property, please ask in advance, but usually after the booking is done, you get the details. PRINT YOUR BOOKING.
Ancient and cosmopolitan Malaga in the past still retains its historic roots intact. In long-gone times it bore witness to the origins of man and of the Mediterranean culture, and is today the primary force in the Andalusian tourist industry, keeping alive its tradition of a welcoming and creative land.
Maritime Malaga on the coast where winter never comes; and with a mountain vocation inland, where nature is displayed in all its splendour. White villages with their attractive architecture, wrapped in romantic legend, bring points of light into secluded valleys where life goes by peacefully. And from the peaks of the mountains you can watch the horizon until it becomes lost in the immense blue of the sea.
The province of Malaga is located in the south of the Mediterranean coast, between the provinces of Granada and Cadiz, and bordering the provinces of Cordoba and Seville in the north.
The capital city is Málaga.
The history of this province has taken place between the sea and the mountains. Its capital was a witness to the economic and cultural boom of the western Mediterranean. The town known as Malaka by the Phoenicians was transformed into a prosperous commercial centre. After the Muslim invasion of the 8th century, the territory became Arabised and later became part of the Nasrid kingdom in Granada, when it underwent a new period of commercial and cultural prominence.
In the 19th century, the iron and steel industries of los Larios and the commercialisation of its wines provided significant economic development for the province.
After decades of economic downturn, Malaga underwent rapid economic growth in the second half of the 20th century, thanks to the tourist industry. Each year millions of citizens from all over the world choose this idyllic land to relax on its sun-drenched beaches, discover its rich architectural heritage or explore the wild beauty of its mountain geography.
The province of Malaga has over 160 kilometres of coastline. A total of 14 districts are located directly on the Mediterranean Sea. You can find secluded enclaves set in unspoilt nature, as well as more established tourist resorts. The beaches in both the eastern and the western part of the province are so attractive they have made the Costa del Sol one of the top international destinations.
Also a must is the landscape inland, with more than 15 officially protected areas classified as nature reserves, natural spaces or natural landmarks. Places that may be either in the depths of the Mediterranean or on the highest peaks. Magical forests and rivers where you can still find foxes, golden eagles and Spanish ibex.
Visitors will find endless gastronomic delights on the coast of Malaga. Small fish (anchovies, red mullet, mackerel, squid and baby squid) served fried are the hallmark dish in a cuisine which is characterised by its simple presentation and its exquisite tastes. The prawns from the bay, the clams and the boiled or grilled Dublin Bay prawns all have a special flavour.
In the interior of the province you will find delicious cured meats and hearty fare: kid with garlic, fried kid, hare... There are countless recipes for gazpacho in Malaga: ajoblanco (with garlic and almonds), porra antequerana, gazpachuelo (with fish)... The locally-produced wines, made from raisins and muscatel grapes, and the Pedro Ximénez sweet wine are internationally renowned.
A whole universe of flavours to be enjoyed by visitors to this ancient land.
Be respectful, leave the room as you found it.
Respect the sleeping time of the neighbours and the other persons in the house.
We just ask to clean everything if you cook, and keep tidy the commun áreas.
When you leave the room must be tidy (no garbage, plastic bottle, boxes....)
Smoking is allow everywhere EXCEPT ROOMS.
It´s not allowed to take people into the apartment which have not booked accommodation.
We provided line bed and all the information you will need!!!!
We provide in the kitchen SALT, SUGAR, INFUSION, COFFEE and decaffeinated coffee.
If you have a shower, please bring your own shampoo & gel. We just provide hand soap and roll toilet paper. Bring your own beaty staff.
You can use kitchenware, make sure you clean everything after use it.
Washing machine use: 3 euros
We offer shower towel, extra cost: 1 euros
Beach Towel, extra cost 2 euros
Travel Cot available, 5 euros
Heating is available: 6 euros/day
Just feel free at a home!!!!
Remember to clean the kitchen when you finish cooking, because other persons are going to use it.
I am a Technical Architec, passionate about sports, music, animals and the beach. I also love practice running, snowboard and tapas nights with my guests and friends
I can provide tips about nice places to visit around Malaga and information about the city itself.
I love meeting people from other countries, exchanging ideas and experiences.
I am so grateful for Airbnb and the world it opens up for me being able to host so many different people from everywhere on earth, I am happy to have you as my guest, welcome, please make yourself at home in our home, and see you soon!
"Mou" is my lovely dog (Cocker Spaniel)
Zaida & Celeste are friends who help my to prepare everything at the houses. Also my sister Conchi is my best colaborator.