H10 Croma Malaga

With a central location next to the river, H10 Croma Malaga carries the signature of renowned Spanish architect Rafael Moneo, with a modern style and distinctive blue-tiled terraces. Rooms are spacious and functional with generous bathrooms (complete with Rituals amenities). All have terraces with city views – we think those facing the old quarter are the best because you can see the Alcazaba and Cathedral.


This hotel sits to the west of the old quarter, right next to Atarazanas Market and the river. This location puts you in easy reach of all Malaga tourist attractions, shops and restaurants. The view in the image below gives you a good idea of how close everything is.

Calle Larios is about 5 minutes’ walk away, while the Cathedral and Alcazaba Fortress take a few minutes more. All the main museums are just a short stroll from the hotel, while Malaga Port takes 15 minutes.

H10 Croma Malaga is also handy for public transport. For example, the Cercanías train station with its regular service to the Airport, is round the corner. The mainline station with high-speed AVE trains to Madrid, Seville and Cordoba is a 15-minute walk.

The rooms at H10 Croma Malaga

This 4-star hotel offers three types of rooms: regular doubles, doubles with Cathedral views and Corner2Rooms. All are spacious and come with at least 25 metres square and private balcony, complete with café table and chairs. Note that even if you don’t go for Cathedral views, most rooms have views of the city (those to the north are perhaps the least picturesque).

Double room at H10 Croma Malaga

The Corner2Rooms consist of two bedrooms connecting via a private corridor. They’re ideal for families or a group and sleep up to four people.

Decor at the H10 Croma Malaga takes the Mediterranean as its inspiration, with a white palette and bright artwork on the walls. The blue mosaic tiles on the terrace walls take centre stage.


As well as the usual free wifi and 24-hour reception, this hotel also offers guests:

  • A gym
  • Rooftop terrace with plungepool (one of the best in town), loungers and bar
  • Onsite restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine
  • Three meeting rooms

Why stay at this hotel in Malaga?

You like the idea of staying at one of the most modern hotels in the city and with iconic architecture. You’re also looking for a prime location and fancy the idea of a wrap-around rooftop terrace with a plunge pool. And you don’t mind paying a premium, particularly in high season.

Guide to Malaga users who have stayed at this hotel in Malaga highlight the friendly and professional service available.