ParCo 2005

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Pre-booked hotel rooms are available at special rates for ParCo2005 conference participants in Malaga at several locations, all of them at walking distance to the old city center (and between them). All hotels can be easily reached from the airport by public transportation (bus or train).

The conference venue is in Campus de Teatinos, University of Malaga, located at the west side of the city. The distance between the conference venue and the city center is around 5 km.

A bus transportation will be arranged from the city center (Hotel Tryp Alameda) to the conference venue in the morning, and from the venue to the city center (Hotel Tryp Alameda) in the afternoon, from 13 September to 15 September, and 16 September only in the morning.

Brief description of the specially-rated hotels

Hotel Atarazanas (3 stars)
Located in heart of the historical center of the city, next to symbolic Central Market of Atarazanas, in the commercial, social and cultural center of Malaga.
Single room: 67 euro (accomodation & breakfast)
Double room: 89 euro (accomodation & breakfast)

Hotel Silken Puerta Malaga (4 stars)
Located next to the railway station, right in the city center.
Single room: 80 euro (accomodation & breakfast)
Double room: 90 euro (accomodation & breakfast)

Hotel Tryp Alameda (4 stars)
Located close to the harbor, the historical city center and the commercial and business district of Malaga.
Single room: 85 euro (accomodation & breakfast)
Double room: 95 euro (accomodation & breakfast)


The above rates are special offers for ParCo2005 participants.
Please, make your reservation, clearly identifying yourself as a ParCo2005 participant, by sending an e-mail or fax with your hotel preferences to:

Viajes IT and Congress Service
C/ Eugenio Gross, 11
E-29010 Malaga, Spain
Fax: +34 95 261 8221

Please, take into account that mid-september is still high season in Malaga.
Do not wait too much to make your reservations in order to enjoy these special rates!

Other hotels in Malaga

If the above list is too short for you, you can also take a look to a more complete list.
last update: 5 August 2005