Oasis Backpackers Hostel Malaga Centre
Oasis Backpackers Hostel Malaga is the most “badass” hostel in Malaga city centre. We have a saying at Oasis Backpackers Hostel in Malaga that explains why we are among the best hostels in town, “ 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.
Budget Rooms, Dorms and Beds in Malaga, check them out!
At our Hostel in Malaga we have many types of rooms ranging from 4 to 10 bed dorm for all types of travellers. All rooms and dorms come standard equiped with Free Wi-Fi access, comfortables beds, personal safes, linen, blankets, key card access and reading lamps, available upon request.
Check out our hostel’s activities!
We believe that it’s important that our guests feel not only what it’s like to stay in Malaga but what its like to actually to live in it! Our World Famous staff and receptionist have put their years of knowledge together to creat these “Malaguenian” activities and events to give you a true Local experience. We admit that we also like to have a “good time” and alot of our activities are also of a drinking nature. Our Staff does alot of tours for free and a small tip in exchange for a smile would help them with chicken and beer money! See Malaga or Die!
Free Walking Tour
Malaga Tapas Tour
Chorro Hiking Trip
Things to do and see in Malaga, our Backpackers Guide!
Malaga, like other cities in Andalusia, is amazing! A city full of vibrant life and a rich history, Malaga is one of the most popular destinations of Southern Spain. With this list of must-see sights, you’re sure to see Malaga the way it’s meant to be seen and experience all the best parts of this vibrant city.
Chorro Hiking Trio, 9hs at reception Duration: all day, 15€ A full day emerged in the beauty of Malaga's surrounding natural parque- el Chorro. We will take the train for approx. 45 min and step out into the beautiful nature for our hike into the mountains and...read more
Bike Tour: Time 16.30 Duration 2 hours, 12€ With this tour you will discover the lesser-known areas of the Malaga away from the hustle and bustle of the city. From the center we follow the seafront and stop in the Paseo del Parque. Then we ride through the Baños del...read more
Tapas Tour 20hs , duration 2hs, 11€ Join our tapas tour for a great night out discovering two of Malaga typical tapas places. Included are 2 drinks + 6 tapas and lots of fun discovering Malaga at night. Want to book in advance to guarantee that you'll be there?...read more
Our hostel is at Malaga city centre, it is very easy to find us!
Just follow directions below and you will be alright.
Remember, you can always call us should you get lost and need some more directions(+34) 952 005 116
Calle San Telmo, 14 29008 Malaga, Spain R. T. A. H/MA/02206
How do I get to Oasis Backpackers Hostel Malaga…?
Malaga is a bigger town but well connected. So it shouldn’t be so hard to get to us. Our adress: Calle San Telmo 14, 29008 Málaga Geo codes: 36.721796,-4.422432
from Malaga Airport
Take the train from the airport and get off at the second last stop Centro/ Alameda. Head for the Ibis on Pasillo de Santa Isabel for about 200m direction IBIS Hotel. Cross the river to turn right into Puerta Nueva that leads into Calle Compania. Turn left when you come to the THYSSEN Museum into Calle de los Martires, than the first right is Calle San Telmo 14.
from Malaga Train Station
The same as from the busstation, they are just next to each other and you can chose to walk, take the urban train or a taxi.
from Malaga Bus Station
You have the choice. It is either a 2km walk through Malaga city center or a 2min local train ride. Should you choose to get the train from the train station just right next to the bus terminal, get off at the Centro/ Alameda stop. From here, walk up north next to the river on Pasillo de Santa Isabel for about 200m direction IBIS Hotel. Once this is on the left side from you on the other side of the river, turn right into Puerta Nueva that leads into Calle Compania. Turn left when you come to the THYSSEN Museum into Calle de los Martires, than the first right is Calle San Telmo. We are at no. 14. Should you decide to walk, walk to the right of Paseo los Tilos turning into Callejones del Perchel. At the roundabout take a right into Avenida de la Aurora crossing the river. Continue on the river bank on Pasillo de Santa Isabel heading for the IBIS Hotel. Once this is on the left side from you on the other side of the river, turn right into Puerta Nueva that leads into Calle Compania. Turn left when you come to the THYSSEN Museum into Calle de los Martires, than the first right is Calle San Telmo. We are at no. 14.
Our hostel is located in the local highstreet- i.e. no car access. The best is to drive into Calle Puerta Nueva, unload your things and either park it at CAMAS parking (at the market) or inquire with our reception staff about our own parking available. Give us a call before to enquire if spots are availabe Tel: 0034- 952 005 116
Read some reviews about Oasis Backpackers Hostel Malaga
Two well-equipped kitchens, clean en-suite bathrooms, nice staff and good location in the heart of the historical center of Malaga. Very close to multiple tapas restaurants and bars, convenient especially for those looking for nightlife. The staff was very friendly and helpful in everything. The Wi-Fi also worked really well, which was a positive surprise! This is more of a party hostel, so if you are looking for peace and quiet, you may want to bring earplugs with you.Kristiina, Finland
Good Memories of Oasis Backpackers Hostel Malaga, The staff were exceptional -very friendly, helpful and courteousJohn, USA
Hostel was easy to get to from airport. Staff very friendly. This is one of the cleanest hostels I have stayed in and I have stayed in many in Europe and Australia recently. Kitchens were spotless. Good location, even has a lift to the three floors. When I am back in Malaga, this would be the first hostel I would try to book.Alan, UK