The easy going owners made every effort to provide an enjoyable experience at a historic location. The rooms, furniture, carriage house, swimming pool, and dishes were clean and well prepared. The A/C worked very well. Plenty of hot water. Despite a real sense of history, all of the modern conveniences worked perfectly well. Huge king sized bed with excellent mattress and bedding. We stayed in one of the balcony rooms, and had a great view of oak trees along Church Street.
One of the owners, a young man named Jordan, provided directions to the restaurants and bars within easy walking distance. Dauphin street was just a few blocks away, with many wonderful little shops and cafes. I cannot say enough about the style and charm of the location. Quite exceptional. It is foolish to stay anywhere besides Malaga Inn when passing through Mobile.
There is a free shuttle system that stops right outside the hotel; it circles through Old Mobile. A shuttle passes by each stop about every ten minutes. For those interested in history, The Mobile Museum features an excellent exhibit on the cruelty of Southern slavery and the first few centuries of Southern economy; the museum is a few blocks away from the hotel. Many antique shops nearby.
Curiously, Nicholas Cage was filming a movie a few blocks away. The Mobile police did a great job containing the action, however, and preserved a sense of Southern propriety.
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- Malaga Hotel Mobile
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