Top 10 unique accommodations to stay in Lanzarote
Choosing where to stay during your trip is just as important as choosing where to go in the first place. We often – if not always – like to imagine what our visitors are like. Among them there are almost certainly visitors who come to the “Different Island” expecting it to be exactly as we describe it: a small island with a landscape that changes colour and shape at every step, where nature is respected and where art is venerated. This type of traveller is a lover of the unique, and they are looking for the perfect place to stay while living and breathing the island.
That’s why we have made this selection of 10 unique accommodations to stay in Lanzarote, perfect for enjoying the island’s distinctive atmosphere:
Buenavista Lanzarote Country Suites
This is a collection of 5 villas where everything is taken care of, down to the smallest detail. The architecture and interior décor are in complete harmony with the surrounding landscape. They are located in La Asomada, a privileged rural area close to the spectacular volcanic wine-growing landscape of La Geria. The views are spectacular, giving rise to the name.
Casa Rural El Caletón del Golfo (Rural House)
El Caletón del Golfo is a 19th century holiday home. It enjoys an exceptional location, next to the sea in one of Lanzarote’s most unique fishing villages: El Golfo. The house maintains all the elements of traditional Canary Island architecture and offers 3 fully-equipped apartments.
Hotel Rural Finca de La Florida (Rural Hotel)
The Hotel Rural Finca de la Florida provides the perfect escape to complete contact with peace and nature. Located in a 15,000 square metre vineyard, it is the ideal place to relax and enjoy the landscape close to the Parque Nacional de Timanfaya.
Casa Emblemática Garaday Lanzarote (Emblematic House)
Garaday Lanzarote is tradition and loving care. A historic house, it has been in the same family for several centuries. Generation after generation, the family has cared for and restored the house, turning it into a place that today welcomes visitors to the island. It has outstanding historical character and provides the perfect functional balance between tradition and the most up to date fixtures.
Caserío de Güime (Farmhouse)
El Caserío de Güime was built by the agriculturist Pedro Bermúdez in the 18th century. Home to the intermediaries who worked his land, it has been restored by his successors and now offers 3 independent houses. Each has its own private pool, garden and barbecue.
Casa Emblemática La Finca Uga (Emblematic House)
Located in the centre of the village of Uga, La Finca Uga is a place that offers its guests peace, simplicity and the values of nature. This Casa Emblemática offers traditional architecture and is the perfect place to enjoy yourself, relaxing in a tranquil environment.
Caserío de Mozaga (Farmhouse)
This is a traditional rural Canary Island house that was built towards the end of the 18th century. It is located in Mozaga, right in the heart of the island of Lanzarote and on the edge of the La Geria wine-growing area. The same family has cared for it generation after generation, and its outstanding furniture and architecture respects traditional elements.
Hotel Emblemático Palacio Ico (Emblematic Hotel)
The Palacio Ico was built around 1690. It is currently the only hotel to have received recognition as a “Hotel Emblemático de Lanzarote” by the government of the Canary Islands. The building has been completely restored, and was included by the artist César Manrique in his book: “Lanzarote, arquitectura inédita” (Lanzarote, Unparalleled Architecture) as an example of typical architecture of the Canary Islands. It has 9 rooms designed down to the smallest detail, with minimalist, natural elements predominating.
Casa Tahiche (House)
This is a family house located in the village of Tahiche. It has been lovingly restored by its owners and stands out for its airy rooms and its interior ambience. It is light and comfortable, perfect for enjoying a stay with family or friends. It has space for 6 guests, with 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.
Casa Emblemática Villa Delmás (Emblematic House)
Located in the picturesque town of Haría, Villa Delmás is the only Casa Emblemática included in the Catálogo Arquitectónico del Gobierno de Canarias (Government of Canary Islands Architectural Catalogue) as MONUMENTAL because of its stately 18th century architecture. In the silence of the Valley of 1000 Palms, this place stands as a welcoming building, completely restored with all mod cons, ready to be enjoyed down to the last detail.