The Best Party Hostels in Malaga (2021)

The Best Party Hostels in Malaga (2021)
Malaga: the beach, the bars, and the beautiful scenery! As this destination is warm for most of the year, people come from all over the world to soak in the sun, take in the historic architecture, and have a great time while doing it.

The hostels listed here are all great places to meet other travelers, have some fun, go out on the town, and generally enjoy everything that Malaga has to offer. Read the reviews to find one that's best for you, and keep in mind that most party hostels tend to be a bit noisy.
How much do hostels in Malaga cost?
Average Dorm Price $25 ($12 to $54)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $57 ($21 to $102)

What are the best hostels for partying in Malaga, Spain?

A social hostel for backpackers, couples, and groups

Dorm Bed: $14.34
Private Room: $21.51
Overall Rating: 86%
C/Pedro de Quejana, 3 , Malaga Spain
Thousands of happy travelers can't be wrong: Casa Babylon Backpackers is an awesome place to stay. With their long list of great amenities coupled with the terrific social vibe, this is the epitome of what a hostel should be like. It's also within walking distance of so many great places in town.

Private rooms and dorms are available, both with and without ensuite bathrooms. Plenty of common space is available for your entertainment and relaxation in this old house which has been refurbished into a hostel. Comfortable outdoor seating including hammocks, tables, lounge chairs, and more makes this a nice spot to enjoy the weather. And indoors is a set of cozy couches, too. Live music and impromptu jam sessions seem to occur regularly here.

They offer a free breakfast to help get your day started! A shared kitchen is available for those that want to cook as well. The onsite bar and restaurant provides drinks and food, too. Free Wi-Fi, security lockers, a BBQ, and other fun amenities are also available.

Highly recommended!

A party hostel for backpackers

Dorm Bed: $22.50
Private Room: $20.71
Overall Rating: 75%
Calle Concejal Agustin Moreno 1 , Malaga Spain
This active hostel, located in a perfect location in the center of old town, has an onsite bar to keep the fun social vibe flowing with all of the guests. Set in a charming building with plenty of atmosphere, this hostel has private rooms and dorms available of various sizes, and with and without ensuite bathrooms. Dorms have curtains and hooks for bags, and the shared bathrooms are modern. A female-only dorm option is also available.

Various common areas are available for relaxing and socializing. A modern and clean shared kitchen is available for those who wish to cook. A breakfast buffet is offered for a small price to guests that want to fill up before taking on the town. Other standard amenities are available such as laundry, Wi-Fi, tour booking, games, etc.

The onsite bar and restaurant, combined with the sponsored activities such as pub crawls help make this hostel very social, and sometimes loud. Some guests complain about the noise, while others complain about inconsistent cleanliness. Generally speaking, guest reviews are high and the hostel receives high marks for the friendly staff, great location, and modern facilities.

A social hostel for backpackers, couples, and groups

Dorm Bed: $29.75
Overall Rating: 88%
calle torregorda 3, Malaga, España , Malaga Spain
With a central location and a rooftop terrace with nightly activities, this is a great hostel for meeting other travelers. But they also have some great facilities and a long list of terrific amenities, too!

Free breakfast tops the list, and it's a big one. Also, they have free sangria every night to help set the mood. They also have dinner and brunch on weekends. Pub crawls and walking tours will help you get to know the city, too.

Dorms and private rooms are available, and everything is modern and clean in this refurbished historical building. Dorm bunks are very modern with under-bed lockers, outlets, lights, and curtains. Private rooms are nicely decorated. An all-female dorm option is also available.

The shared kitchen is available for those wishing to cook. The common areas are comfortable and spacious. Laundry, free Wi-Fi (it's good), a BBQ, tour booking, bike rental, and other typical hostel amenities are also offered for guests. See the photos!

Guest reviews are very positive. The owners have shown that they want to make this a great hostel, and their attention to detail is reflected in the happiness of the guests. From the facilities which are highly rated as clean and comfortable, to the great social activities and the rooftop terrace with great drinks and food, there is basically nothing to fault here.

Worth a look, for sure!

A party hostel for backpackers, solo travelers, and groups

Overall Rating: 91%
Calle San Telmo 14 , Malaga Spain
The Oasis Backpackers Malaga is a party hostel, and proud of it. Their philosophy is that a party hostel should not just be a place to party, but should also be clean, comfortable, and have nice amenities too. And this philosophy shows, as the hostel is quite nice. The rooms are well appointed, the bathrooms are clean and modern, the common rooms are comfortable and nice, and the onsite bars are top-notch.

The location is also great, as it's very centrally located and near many bars and restaurants, as well as tourist attractions. The hostel also offers free walking tours for those of you that want to stop partying for a little while and actually see the city that you came to visit :) And plenty of other activities such as pub-crawls are available to help everyone have a great time, too.

Dorms are not too crowded, and have modern furniture with lockers for safekeeping of your bags. An all-female dorm option is also available, which is important in a self-proclaimed party hostel. Dorms have ensuite bathrooms, too.

Other amenities include a shared kitchen for those wishing to cook, a rooftop terrace, free Wi-Fi, laundry, luggage storage, tour booking, foosball and games, and more.

Guest reviews are either positive or negative, depending on whether or not you knew that this was a party hostel. Some guests say that it is loud and a little messy, but this is probably understandable. Other guest reviews are generally very positive, noting the great facilities, long list of amenities, and friendly staff.

Check out the photos and read the reviews for yourself if you're thinking about staying here.
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