Casa Babylon Backpackers

Address: C/Pedro de Quejana, 3, Málaga, Costa del Sol, Andalusia, 29016, Spain and Canary Islands | Hotel
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCasa Babylon Backpackers Málaga

    Reviewed by kazbar212

    Like a Big Share House

    Reviewed Feb 12, 2011
    by (4 reviews) Coburg, Melbourne, Victoria , Australia Flag of Australia

    Going to Malaga? Stay at Casa Babylon. We've been here two weeks already. A homley converted villa of sun, music and fun. Not only is it one of the cheaper options in Malaga, it's also an absolute blast! Whether you enjoy tapas & wine, relaxation & sun or loud, vibrant nightlife, Casa Babylon is intricately connected to all these activities. The staff are amazing, friendly and more like a big extended family (especially when people actually bring their families over regularly). The rooms are basic, but well maintained and clean. The water is hot, the bar is cold, and the kitchen a homely centre of all things tasty. Washing facilities, a big lounge, deck and chillout zone, plus great Wifi make Casa Babylon the perfect place to base yourself for a while or just crash the night. Easily the best place I have EVER stayed!! Thankyou Guillermo, Mattias, Laura and Igor!! And big pats for Chango, resident, guard and shaggy friend!!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Casa Babylon Backpackers Málaga

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