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Hotel Molina Lario

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Hotel Molina Lario

Discover our 4-star boutique hotel in Malaga city centre!

The 4 star Hotel Molina Lario is located in the centre of Malaga, Spain, directly opposite the Cathedral and just a short distance from the Port, the Picasso Museum and the city’s pedestrian district. Its marvellous location in the old town quarter makes it ideal for discovering the most beautiful spots in the “Capital of the Costa del Sol”, learning about its culture and tasting the exquisite cuisine of the area. Step inside our completely renovated, modern hotel to discover an inviting ambience with cosy commons areas and friendly and helpful staff who delight in providing personalized service.

Our boutique hotel is superbly positioned to help you get the most out of the city both for shopping and for discovering the best dining and most “in” places after a hard day’s work or during a holiday. It’s the ideal choice both for business and pleasure – fully integrated into the historic centre of the city, so you can enjoy your experience of life like local. Situated close to Playa de la Malagueta, the most emblematic beach of the city, guests can also enjoy sea and sun during the months of summer. 

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Contact & Location

20 Calle Molina Lario, 29015 Málaga, Spain
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Málaga Cathedral
Málaga Cathedral

Brimming with history, beautiful Málaga Cathedral was built between 1528 and 1782. Today, this fine example of Renaissance architecture welcomes visitors to explore its stunning interior with an audio guide tour before climbing up to the roof for great views of the surrounding area.

The Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle
The Alcazaba and Gibralfaro Castle

Offering a great introduction to Andalusia’s Moorish heritage, Gibralfaro Castle and the Alcazaba fortress are steeped in history. Wonderfully preserved, both of these popular landmarks make for a relaxing and interesting afternoon and offer stunning views all the way to Africa.

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Roman Theatre

Located next to the Alcazaba, Málaga’s Roman Theatre is one of the city’s remaining vestiges of Roman history. Today, a visit to this fascinating attraction is enhanced by a contemporary museum which recounts the theatres story.

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Picasso Museum

A fitting tribute to the Spanish master Pablo Picasso, who was born in Málaga, and home to 285 of his works donated by the artist’s family, this contemporary museum also hosts temporary exhibitions and offers a varied educational and cultural programme.

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Malagueta Beach

Situated in the city centre, this urban beach stretches for more than a kilometre and is popular with locals and tourists alike throughout the year. As the sun warms up, seek shade underneath the palm groves that line the beach, or nip into one of the many promenade bars and cafes.

Great location

An impeccable hotel for quality of service, accommodation and restaurant, my sister and I were sorry to have to leave. The staff were extremely helpful and friendly, particularly in accommodating my hired mobility scooter which could not fit in the lifts. The food was excellent, rooms remarkably quiet considering the adjacent building work. The room was light and airy, bed comfortable. Request for a room with a bath was met - thank you to Javier and Roberto on reception.
Very central to the cathedral area and fairly close to the seafront.

Christine, Chicago