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Oasis Backpackers' Hostel Malaga Reviews

Calle San Telmo 14, Malaga, Spain

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1219 Total Reviews
  • 85%Value For Money
  • 86%Security
  • 94%Location
  • 86%Staff
  • 80%Atmosphere
  • 80%Cleanliness
  • 80%Facilities

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It was quite cold in the room,bit I didn't mind.in low season this hostel is excellent value for money,pick the 10 bed dorm,the room is big and there is a balcony.I can totally recommend this place!


The hostel stunk in the room and the hallway. People were so noisy until 6 am, so I couldn't sleep. One of the worst hostel I have ever stayed.


The atmosphere was drab possibly because it was slightly off season. Staff were friendly. There weren't any activities conducted by the hostel. It helps when you are travelling solo.


The facilities and rooftop bar were really nice. Kitchen was subpar, and there was a nice small common room that no one really seemed to use. Staff were super helpful and lovely. Bathrooms were very clean. However. The rooms were FREEZING. For the love of god someone turn on the heat in this place.


Excellent staff and clean hostel, well situated.


Friendly staff, good location, enough activities, thumbs up for this Hostel!!


Well its exceptional value for money out of season staying here. There is everything you need cooking facilities and bathrooms. Everything is clean and the staff are working well to keep the place smart. Its managed by two nice British women who speak well Spanish too. They are very helpful and friendly.


We flew into Màlaga to kick off our Eurotrip. The hostel is located in a little alleyway right off of a major pedestrian shopping street Calle Larios. The hostel's location is dope and makes for a great central point to explore the city - within walking distance of the beach, La Alcazaba & Gibralfaro, Museo Thyssen, yummy cheap tapas. If you get the chance do the tapas tour associated with the hostel - it's a rad way to meet other guests from all over & indulge in local drank & food!


Really good hostel in terms of facilities. The rooms were big, bathrooms in the rooms were nice, and the location was excellent being right in the center of the main strip. The breakfast in the morning was phenomenal. It costs 3€ but it's totally worth it. The chef does an amazing job and you get a full plate and orange juice. Fabulous. There wasn't much of atmosphere while I was there, but it might be because there weren't many people. Overall good place to stay to see Malaga.


Great location. Right in the city center.


The location is good, not far from all the main interesting things to visit in malaga. But after all the hostel is nothing special.


Very clean Hostel and friendly staff. If you don't like the Music of the Club / Lounge on the rooftop, you should bring earplugs. Although there is nothing seriously wrong with the hostel, there was always the atmosphere of a corporate hostel.


The Oasis Malaga is a rather big hostel right in the citycenter. Everything you need is right in walking distance. The staff is very nice and helpful. What i liked best was, that there was a bathroom and a fridge in every dorm. Definitely a place I would recommend!


The terrace a of a problem as it's noisy night


It was above average hostel. Definitely party hostel. It was a bit noisy but endurable.


Building, facilities, staff are very nice. Fridge in the room is a big plus! The atmosphere overall wasn't very hostel-like but I guess that depends on the travellers too!


great hostel, central location, helpful staff, cool rooftop bar


The best place to stay :)


The girl that ran the check-in counter seemed a little clueless. We asked her a few questions about Malaga and also the internet and the public transportation and she couldn't help us... the room was nice, though, seemed more like a hotel.


Hostel itself can be good, staff is friendly and it's a great spot to discover the city or go out in the night (pub crawl was great!) But our bathroom was really disgusting (mould on the ceiling and dirty) so I wouldn't have wanted to stay more than one night.

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