Welcome to the Residence Hall
Our second and new student residence in Málaga is located in the heart of the city, so you can enjoy the most emblematic places or quickly go down to the Palmeral and take a walk along the beach.
The city “that has it all” is how we define Málaga. A city with a cosmopolitan atmosphere, Mediterranean spirit, history, beach and prestigious universities such as the University of Málaga. The climate is very warm during most of the year, which will allow you to enjoy outdoor activities.
In this brand new residence you will find everything you need with the greatest comfort: high speed Wi-Fi throughout the residence, self-service laundry, gym, study rooms and multifunctional space with projection screen, co-working room, chill-out terrace, communal kitchen and parking (optional). You will also find ResaHub, an amazing activity program where you will meet the best friends of this very important stage of your life!
The rooms are individual, with high speed Wi-Fi connection, private bathroom, individual fridge and climate control.
And the best of all: everything is designed for you to live and study at your own pace. Enjoy the freedom of a residence open 24 hours a day and all year round.
The Málaga Centro Residence Hall has a collaboration agreement with the following centres:
University, beach and historic center
one step away
The Resa Málaga Centro residence hall is perfectly located next to the historical old town, very well connected to the University of Málaga and only a few minutes away from the sea. You will enjoy to the fullest everything that this city offers.
Just a 20-minute walk from the El Ejido University Campus, you will get to the university very quickly. To get to the Teatinos University Campus there are 4 nearby bus lines and the Pepa Flores Professional Dance Conservatory is right behind the residence hall.
It is also perfectly connected by train and metro (El Perchel station – 15min, Atarazanas – 6 min, Centro Alameda – 8 min and Maria Zambrano – 15 min) and has 12 nearby bus lines.
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