Inside multi-millionaire Molly-Mae Hague’s £500 a NIGHT Tulum hotel as she poses with £2,500 designer beach bag


MOLLY-MAE Hague has been soaking up the sun in style at a swanky £500-a-night hotel in Mexico.

The Love Island star, 22, has been snapped while relaxing alongside a pricey designer beach bag at the Casa Malca resort in Tulum.

Molly-Mae Hague has posed alongside a £2,500 beach bag
The star is staying at the £500-a-night Tulum hotel in Mexico

Molly’s raffia tote is made by exclusive fashion house Prada and comes with an eye-watering price tag of £2,500.

She teamed it with a matching raffia stetson hat and a striped green and white shirt from her own Pretty Little Thing clothing range.

Posting pictures on Instagram, Molly told her followers that ‘oversized shirts on holiday are her staple’.

Fans were quick to comment, with one writing: “Love your bag xx.”

Another told the YouTuber: “So gorgeous Molly.” A third said: “Absolutely stunning Molls.”

Molly’s best pal and her former 2018 Love Island co-star, Maura Higgins, also replied to her post, simply writing: “Prettiest.”


During her latest foreign jaunt, Molly is staying at the five-star Casa Malca with her close pal Stephanie Lam.

The hotel claims to have “spectacular” views of either the sea or gardens and guests can choose to stay in one of 71 suites directly on the beach.

The accommodation is decorated with huge and unique pieces of expensive artwork.

The Casa Malca also has a ‘Calma Spa’, which is located on the hotel’s rooftop and has stunning views looking across the Caribbean ocean.

Molly has spent more than a week in Mexico shooting a campaign for her fake tan brand, Filter By Molly-Mae.

On the weekend, the reality star was snapped during her holiday while wearing £92,000-worth of jewellery on ONE arm.

This is despite Molly and her boyfriend, boxer Tommy Fury, being victims of an £800,000 burglary last year.

Molly’s luxury hotel is decorated with bright and unique fabric and artworks

The star is in Mexico to shoot a fake tan campaign