AddressCalle Marques de Larios 9 - 3ro D MalagaSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
This small hotel may have only one star but it enjoys a veritable five-star location on Málaga’s sophisticated main shopping street. There are just 11 rooms, all washed in dark ochre with original antique double doors, high ceilings, colourful bedcovers and flat-screen TVs. Some rooms have shared bathrooms, which, while small, are clean and adequately equipped. There are maps and brochures available for guests.
Our independent authors have visited Hostal Larios and selected this as one of our recommended guesthouses in Málaga.
Services & facilities
- 24 Hour Reception
- Cable TV
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
Description provided by property
Hostal Larios is located in the very centre of Malaga, where commerce, tourism and trade exist side by side. Visit the centre on foot, without using any means of transport!
Our rooms have recently been refurbished. They have air conditioning, heating, TV and some have ensuite bathrooms.
We have a privileged location, on the main street of Malaga and its Historical center, close to the cathedral, fort and the port. We are just 5 minutes on foot from the beach, the famous Picasso museum and within walking distance to the main shops and monuments. We are also close to the bus lines for 'Costa del Sol'. Excellent transport access!
If you want to cancel your booking, please contact us by email.
**Cancellation Policy: 48 hours
**Cancellation Policy on Easter and Ferias: 7 days before arrival
Interesting places nearby
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