Back in 1825, a landowner built what would have been his summer residence, a rustic and noble house, representing the architecture of Lanzarote at the time.
Its interior recreates the art of Italian Renaissance and Spanish painters paying homage to the century in which the house was built, setting a great example of the decorative arts for the enjoyment of its patrons.
All the furniture that make up the hotel beds, canopies, cabinets, mirrors, lamps and tables, along with paintings that decorate the roofs of all the superior rooms are a great harmonious contrast to the traditional Canarian architecture, as well as the volcanic environment.
The restaurant provides both a casual and elegant ambiance and can cater for up to 50 guests. The food is renowned. Casona de Yaiza offers a spectacular and very different venue for a very romantic wedding.