Zeus Hotel Malaga
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TravelPod Member ReviewsZeus Hotel Malaga Málaga
We only spent a night there, as we had to catch the train to Ronda the morning after we arrived. The staff is quite friendly, and the rooms are clean though quite tiny. We walked to the train station the next day. Took us about 5 mins :) All in all, not bad a place if you're on budget!
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Beach bum life! Today we spent the entire day on the beach. We rented lounge chairs and umbrellas and relaxed. It was a refreshing day. Jayden, the youngest of the group, went crazy between the beach and pool. It was hard to pull him away to get ready for dinner. It was also Michelle's birthday! The family went out to dinner and ice cream to celebrate. After a few of us went out for birthday drinks. We kept it relatively chill since we have an early morning for a day trip to ...
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