After the opening of Gran Hotel Miramar, Málaga has reached a remarkable position at the luxury tourism sector. As a complement to the consolidated cultural, congresses and cruises offer, the city has many options for quality restaurants, shopping, health and beauty, private jet rentals and all those necessities for these visitors during their stay.
Five stars hotels
The city has a huge offer of first class hotels. The last added establishment to this category is Gran Hotel Miramar, which has reopened after ninety years. It was inaugurated by Alfonso XIII in 1926 as Hotel Príncipe de Asturias. Its location, next to the Malagueta beach, and its high standing facilities have renewed the surroundings and raised the Málaga hotels category.
Top range restaurants
Located in a stunning environment, in Muelle 1, there is the restaurant of the Málaga chef José Carlos García, with a Michelin star. Representative of the high Málaga cooking, García has a style which mixes tradition and innovation. From the inside as well as from the terrace, some of the most important monuments of the city can be seen. An essential visit.
Shopping at the city
Main international brands have come recently to the city. The Marqués de Larios street has become the high standard fashion epicentre. You will find some of the best boutiques, jewelleries and shoe shops when walking along this street and the surroundings.
Transports for the luxury tourists
Málaga offers to the luxury tourists exclusive services as private airline companies and top range car rentals, which will let you visit other places of the region, such as Puerto Banús and Marbella, one of the most exclusives Mediterranean destinations.
Málaga, city of museums
Málaga is the best destination to enjoy culture. In the last years it has become the city of museums, a name partly explained by the greatest artistic genius of the 20th Century Pablo Picasso and the opening of great exhibition centres as Centro Pompidou Málaga, the Museo Ruso or the Museo Carmen Thyssen.