These Malaga hotels feature facilities for travelers in town on business, like conference halls, work areas, and free Wi-Fi.

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Barcelo Malaga

Malaga, Andalucia, Spain

The ultra-modern, stylishly designed, just plain fun 221-room Barcelo Malaga is located in the same building as the Malaga high-speed rail station, making it ideal for travelers on a layover or in town for work. The large, tricked-out convention and meeting facilities, combined with a handy location, make it a great spot for business travelers -- and the cool bars and restaurants are ideal for client meetings.

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NH Malaga

Malaga, Andalucia, Spain

Bigger than other hotels in the area, NH Malaga is an upper-middle-range, chain hotel within a 10-minute walk of Calle Marques de Larios, a pedestrian street famous for its restaurants, bars, and shops. The hotel has a Spanish restaurant on-site and offers a breakfast buffet (for a fee) that earns glowing reviews from guests. Its 133 rooms are spacious with comfortable beds, but the hotel has no swimming pool, and the fitness center, which has about a dozen cardio machines, hand weights, and a sauna, is small. With 10 conference rooms, the hotel suits business travelers, but some guests have complained that the free Wi-Fi is inadequate, and that it's necessary to upgrade for a fee. 

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AC Hotel Malaga Palacio

Malaga, Andalucia, Spain

The 214-room AC Hotel Malaga Palacio frequently accommodates meetings and conferences thanks to its central Malaga location, sleek rooms with free minibars, and rooftop restaurant and bar with floor-to-ceiling windows. There is also a rooftop pool offering spectacular views of the city (it is sometimes closed for parties). Parking is expensive, but an airport bus stops directly in front of the hotel.

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Hotel Zenit Malaga

Malaga, Andalucia, Spain

Hotel Zenit Malaga is a 62-room, mid-range property with a simple style, just a 10-minute drive from the beach, old town, and marina. As such, it's a more peaceful option than other Malaga hotels, since it’s away from the hustle and bustle. Air-conditioned rooms are clean and modern, but plain, and the bathrooms are a bit small. Some have balconies, though the street view below is lackluster, and all include free Wi-Fi. The hotel’s restaurant, open several days a week, serves authentic Mediterranean and Andalusian cuisines in a bright dining room, and a generous breakfast buffet.