On a hill on the seafront with panoramic ocean views across to the neighbouring island of Fuerteventura, yet right in the centre of the busy resort of Playa Blanca, between two beaches and close to many bars, shops and restaurants.
Just 12 rooms and one suite. All have a terrace and sunloungers overlooking the pleasant narrow strip of garden next to the sea. Though on the simple side, they are modern and clean, are decorated in muted colours and with tasteful antique furniture.
A pleasant terrace dotted with plants, and a comfortable lounge with TV and cane sofas looking out to sea, are two lovely places to relax.
Eating and drinking
There is no restaurant. A good breakfast with a variety of items is served in the conservatory style breakfast room in summer and in the kitchen in winter. The original kitchen is a cosy spot and contains a well-stocked honesty bar.
No facilities as such, but with the beach a stone’s throw away, a large number of leisure options are on your doorstep.
Rather reserved and formal and certainly discreet.
Who stays there
Mostly Italians, British, Germans and Spanish people stay here. Some families, although the steep steps and lack of facilities for children means it is not really suitable for youngsters.
Free private parking is a real plus for such a central location.
- Mature travellers
- Seasoned travellers
- Escaping the crowds
- Great views / scenery
- People watching
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- Intimate, historic building
- Direct access to beach
- Quiet and relaxing
- No air conditioning
- No restaurant or swimming pool