The Hotel Posada El Tempranillo is perched on on a traditional Andalusian-inspired buildings of the eighteenth century building. It is situated in the village of Alameda, on the road that once connected with Granada Sevilla, mythical way of errands and evildoers. Not surprisingly, the inn is named after the famous bandit José Maria El Tempranillo.
Characteristic for the spectacular façade and its quirky decor, the interior is defined by a bright central courtyard around which the rooms are distributed, all tastefully furnished and equipped with every comfort.
The hotel, which has numerous documents and information on the figure of the Tempanillo, allows a complete route around they rebuild their adventures. And in every corner of this story inn flavors, aromas legend breathe.
A charming hotel in Málaga.