HOSTAL VIDAMIA IN MALAGA

Hostal Vidamia in Malaga, Spain. | qandvictoria.wordpress.com

Ett mysigt hostel i Malaga

På det här mysiga hostellet bodde vi i Malaga, hostal Vidamia. Vi hade lyxat till det från start med ett privatrum med eget badrum. Vi betalade 27,50 € per natt per person, om jag minns helt rätt. Medelklass hostel i Spanien och Portugal ligger kring 25 € per natt för ett privatrum, medan dorms kan vara allt mellan 15-25 € per natt. Med tanke på läget och hur otroligt fint vårt rum var så var det definitivt värt pengarna! Handdukar, sängkläder och städning ingick i priset, och för en extra kostnad (ca. 5€ ) fick man även frukost. Där fanns till och med air condition i vårt rum! Rekommenderar det varmt till vem som helst som har vägarna förbi Malaga!

Hostal Vidamia in Malaga, Spain. | qandvictoria.wordpress.com

Hostal Vidamia in Malaga, Spain. | qandvictoria.wordpress.com

A cozy hostel in Malaga

This cozy hostel we stayed at in Malaga, hostal Vidamia. We luxured it up right from the start with a private room with own bathroom. We payed 27,50 € per night per person, if I remember correctly. Middle class hostels in Spain and Portugal is around 25 € per night for a private room, while dorms can vary from 15-25 € per night. Taking in consideration the location and how incredibly nice our room was, it was definitely worth the money! Towels, bed linen and cleaning was included in the price, and for an extra cost (ca 5 €) you could also get breakfast. There was even air condition in our room! I warmly recommend this hostel to anyone passing by Malaga!


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