We had a slight issue with the heater in our room and called it in within an hour of arriving. Was... See full review
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Six day break with gluten free requirements
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Nineteenth-century romance amid modern hustle and bustle
Situated opposite the cathedral and near the port, the Hotel Molina Lario is a four-star facility located amid the bustle and commotion of Malaga. This three-building lodging fuses one new structure with two refurbished nineteenth-century buildings. Being in the city's urban center, many landmark attractions are just a short walk away, including the Picasso Museum. The hotel's amenities include a solarium, rooftop pool, and a restaurant with both indoor and outdoor dining. A business center and meeting rooms are available to corporate guests.
3 Reasons To Stay:
A short walk from many tourist landmarks
A plethora of modern amenities
Rooms with a cozy, home-like feel
Hotel Molina Lario Rooms
103 intimate rooms come in classic, superior, deluxe, or junior suite configurations. Décor consists of warm yet neutral colors to soothe the rush of busy downtown Malaga. Each room is also soundproofed, with individually-controlled air conditioning and heating. Free Internet access is available (some fees may apply) through both Wi-Fi and wired access. Rooms have flat-screen televisions with international channels, sound systems and telephones. In the en suite bathroom, there are bathrobes, slippers, and even a telephone. Smoking rooms are available upon request, as are disability-friendly facilities. Room service is also on offer.
Things To Do:
Kelipe Centro de Arte Flamenco (0.25 mi/0.4 km)
Picasso Museum (0.25 mi/0.4 km)
Museo del Vidrio y Cristal de Malaga (Museum of Glass and Crystal) (0.56 mi/0.9 km)
Policies and fees
Parking fee is 18 Euros per day + 10% Value Added Tax.
This is not a comprehensive list of fees. Any amounts listed above may not include taxes and are subject to change.
Located in the city center.
C/ Molina Lario, 20-22
Tel.: +34 952 06 20 02
Fax: +34 952 06 20 01
Latitude: 36º 43 8.06
Longitude: 4º 25 12.30
Aeropuerto De Malaga International Airport.
The Molina Lario is a new four star hotel with the best location, in front of the Cathedral, in the historic, commercial and cultural center of Malaga, just a few metres away from the Port and the Picasso Museum.
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It offers TWIN BEDS OR ONE QUEEN SIZE BED with Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bathrobe, Bathroom amenities, Cable / Satellite TV, CD player, Color TV, Disabled facilities, Ensuite / Private bathroom, Hairdryer, Heating, Internet access, Laundry service, Mini bar, Modem / data port connection, non smoking room, radio, room service, safe in room, telephone.
No smoking rooms/facilities
No smoking rooms/facilities
24 hour room service
Doctor on call
Wheel chair access
Audible emergency alarm for sight impaired guest
Wheelchair accessible elevators
Ramp access to buildings
Nearby points of interest
Museo Picasso: 0.1 mi
Gibralfaro: 0.6 mi
Malaga Railway Station: 0.8 mi
Estadio La Rosaleda: 0.9 mi
Church of the Holy Martyrs: 1.4 mi
Costa del sol Theme park: 2.6 mi
Jose Maria Martin Carpena Arena: 3.5 mi
Centro Acuatico de Malaga: 3.9 mi
Montes de Melaga: 5.3 mi
Liceo Flamenco: 5.6 mi
Malaga's Centre for Contemporary Art: 10.6 mi
Palm Grove and Muelle Uno, Port of Malaga: 17 mi
Estadio Ciudad de Malaga: 17.9 mi
Calle Larios: 22.9 mi
La Maroma: 24.5 mi
Our 6 private meeting rooms can accommodate up to 250 people. Each room is fully-equipped for holding banquets, cocktail parties, conventions, work-meetings and other types of events.
Complete audio-visual unit.
Wifi internet connection.
The hotel also offers different Terraces to celebrate coffee breaks and cocktail parties.
Business Center and Library ready to be used whenever you need it.
New service: Nespresso coffee maker in our meeting rooms.
EL CAFE DE BOLSA
The restaurant EL CAFE DE BOLSA offers direct access from the street. It is divided into two areas separated by a bar: The totally white restaurant contrasts with the bar/café where the brown tones of the chairs and the wenge furniture dominate, both highlighted by the changing colours of the back it shelves.
The Restaurant has an excellent wine cellar with a good selection of the best red, white and rose wines. The list is changed three or four times a year, but there is a suggested weekly wine and a suggested daily menu.
An interesting and varied menu of Mediterranean Cuisine can be enjoyed at its tables like Beef Rib cooked in Malaga Virgin wine and Pan Fried Beans or Turbot with Roasted Leeks in a sauce of Wild Ceps are but two of its star dishes.
Next to the Restaurant we find the garden-terrace, an open space where one can enjoy the Restaurant menu or relax while partaking one of our cocktails.
Terms and conditions
Rates quoted in currencies other than the hotel's base currency are subject to the rate of the international exchange. Rate may change throughout stay. Rate may reflect average nightly rate. Extra charges may apply. Incidental charges, such as room service, are not included in the rate.
The amenities and/or facilities may not be located at the hotel, but within a reasonable distance, and additional charges may apply for use.
Really can't fault the hotel. Fantastic location right by the city's old quarter including Cathedral, shopping area and many restaurants. Everything is within walking distance (even the massive department store El Corte Ingles). The sightseeing
open top bus stop is right outside too.
The room was lovely as we got upgraded to a junior suite for just an extra 10 euros/night. I would assume from the feel of the hotel that the decor standard of all rooms is pretty high.
The reception staff were very friendly and fluent in english. No problems when presenting my booking receipt/voucher. House keeping were also prompt and replaced our kettle at 10pm.
Breakfast was great. Loads of choice and served until 11am.
There is a smart little swimming pool and an extensive tasteful terrace area on the roof to catch a few more rays.
There also seemed to be and underground carpark.
I would definately book there again if visiting Malaga (which, is in fact, a great city break destination)
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Visit El Corte Ingles. Spain's version of John Lewis. It is a purpose built building on six floors and foreign travellers get a 10% discount on certain days.