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El Rincon, 11, 35570 Yaiza – Show map
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Outdoor Pool, Grounds, Terrace
Windsurfing, Hiking, Cycling, Diving, Horseback Riding, Solarium, Massage, Hot Tub, Bicycle Rental
Food & Drink
Free! Wireless Internet Hotspot is available in public areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Car Rental, Laundry, Ironing Service, Fax/Photocopying
Safe, Chapel/Shrine, Heating
From 11:00 AM
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! One child under 4 years stays free of charge when using existing beds.
Free! Up to two children under 2 years stay free of charge in a crib.
Up to three older children or adults are charged EUR 25 per person per night for extra beds.
The maximum number of extra beds in a room is 3.
The maximum number of cribs in a room is 2.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
Cards accepted at this property
La Casona de Yaiza accepts these cards and reserves the right to pre-authorize your card prior to arrival.
Please inform La Casona de Yaiza of your expected arrival time in advance. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly using the contact details provided in your confirmation.
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Casa de Hilario is 11 miles from Lanzarote Airport, next to Timanfaya National Park. Set in grounds, it features an outdoor pool, free parking and free Wi-Fi in public areas.
Score from 61 reviews Very good
The Boutique Hotel H10 White Suites-Adults Only is built in a traditional, whitewashed Canarian style, and is in Lanzarote’s Playa Blanca. It is in a small fishing village in the south of the island.
Score from 525 reviews Excellent
Located in the heart of Arrecife, opposite the Reducto beach and 3.7 miles from the airport, the hotel provides the ideal setting for successful business meeting or a pleasant vacation.
Score from 411 reviews Very good
Set 5 minutes’ walk from Playa Blanca Beach, Casas del Sol features attractive apartments with terraces overlooking its gardens. It has an outdoor swimming pool and tennis courts.
Score from 142 reviews Excellent
The location, Yaiza is a bit the centre of the south side of the island. The accomodation is not too big which makes it a quiet location without a touristy feel to it, that is not like any of the tourist resort towns such as Playa Blanca for example.
It was a bit hard to find but once you know where it is, this isn't a problem at all.
the building is very beautiful and the rooms are nice. the restaurant of the hotel is pretty good.
most of the day there is no staff at the hotel, so you better wish you don't need anything... otherwise you have to call the owner and wait for somebody to come and fix your problem. the cleaning of both the rooms and the breakfast area are not so good. compared to the services offered the prices are a bit too high.
Yaiza is a lovely village and handy location. The hotel has a friendly manager and a good restaurant.
Rooms are VERY decorative with fake portraits and cherubs, falling virgins etc etc but lacked practical surface space, not very well cleaned (ie dirty glasses left unwashed and surfaces unwiped etc). Also has wooden doors/windows that slam shut in the wind (could do with catches to hold them open). Would stay again though.
The location as long as you had a car Charming boutique hotel at reasonable prices
The peaceful and beautiful location but convenient for travel to natural attractions. A spectacular walk up the hills from the hotel. Comfortable seating in sun and shade where you could relax and read. The readiness of Chermann (the stand in manager) to help in any way and the depth of knowledege about the restored hotel and the village he was willing to share.
The manager Jose refused to book us a taxi from the airport but yet offered to arrange a hired car. On our first night in the dark we would have much preferred to arrive by taxi after a long time travelling.His attitude - he was always right. We were glad that he was away travelling for most of our stay. No staff around constantly at breakfast - it is too much to expect the pleasant young woman to keep an eye on breakfast and start cleaning the rooms at the same time.
Lovely spacious rooms, beautiful ceiling paintings, comfortable beds, good showers. A lovely calm environment to the hotel. It is a small hotel.
Wi-fi only available in or next to the restaurant. Breakfast doesn't begin until 8.30 am so you have to go hungry if you want an early start. The double bed is two single beds put together.
Lovely comfortable room with en-suite walk in shower room, separate dressing area and shutters on windows for good night sleep. The Jacuzzi after a long mountain walk. Breakfast was plentiful in a lovely intimate setting.
There was nobody to check us in when we arrived and we were a bit confused. However, the cleaning lady phoned the manager who was there within 5 mins to check us in. We laugh about it now..
Lovely bedroom and bathroom Owner pleasant. Lovely part of Lanzarote
Restaurant not the best Breakfast not great
- Very quiet neighborhood, close to Timanfaya Park - Small hotel with friendly staff - guests were mainly couples coming for hiking (ie not party) - breakfast buffet included, possibility to have lunch/dinner on site - water bottle free of charge in your room (tap water tastes really bad in Lanzarote :)
It's an old house with wooden flooring, so if you are on the ground floor your hear people walking in the room above you...
The quiet location, the pool and terrace area, and also the quirky feel of the hotel. The art work was stunniing. Breakfast was good, and the staff friendly.
The lack of comfortable seating in the room. Finding the hotel was tricky on our first night in the dark, access roads are poorly marked and of poor quality.
Excellent small boutique hotel in a quiet countryside village. Friendly and efficient staff. This is an ideal destination if you want to avoid the typical hotels and nightlife associated with beach side developments. Jose has restored an old summerhouse to offer quirky, yet comfortable, accommodations on the outskirts of a sleepy village near the National Park. We rented a car and the coast was just a short drive away.
Nothing, this hotel provided all it had promised.
Staff was very friendly. Jose was very accommodating and provided us with a huge amount of suggestions and routes to see the Island. The rooms are very neat and we stayed in a separate house which had beautiful terraces and views.
The original room we booked was unavailable, so we had to go to a separate location. The bed for 2 was actually 2 single beds which made sleeping less comfortable.
Loved the quirkiness. It's a very unique place with a lot of character.
Beautiful hotel, quiet location, friendly staff
No air con, ruined all the plus points
Liked the decor and the rooms. The jacuzzi on the roof was great as well.
Breakfast was not up to standard. Buffet was covered by flies.
Location was good, Yaiza is a beautiful village & hotel full of character Benjamin, more than a waiter! Breakfast was good each day
No staff in attendance for several hours of day Temperatures at 40+ but no fridge in room & no access to drinks when no staff on duty. Get a drinks machine!
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