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Calle Cuesta 17, 35570 Yaiza, Lanzarote Spain
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Everyone needs a place to lay their weary head. For travellers visiting Yaiza, Finca de las Salinas is an excellent choice for rest and rejuvenation. Well-known for its luxury environment and proximity to great restaurants and attractions, Finca de las Salinas makes it easy to enjoy the best of Yaiza.

Guest rooms offer air conditioning, and Finca De Las Salinas Hotel makes getting online easy as free internet access is available.

In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.

When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out La Bodega de Santiago, Restaurante Balcon de Femes, and Bar STOP, which are some Mediterranean restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.

During your visit, be sure to check out Iglesia de Santa Maria de los Remedios (0.2 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the small hotel.

Finca De Las Salinas Hotel is sure to make your visit to Yaiza one worth remembering.

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Rachel D wrote a review Apr 2013
Cardiff, United Kingdom20 contributions8 helpful votes
Stumbled across Finca de las Salinas whilst travelling around Lanzarote and in desperate need of a bed to sleep in. We arrived during Siesta time and despite waking the manager up he was friendly, helpful and informative. The hotel has a lovely rustic charm and we were made to feel very welcome and relaxed. The rooms surround the pool with an outside seating area and were kept clean. The nicest thing for me about the hotel was the lack of traditional hotel rules, we were allowed to check out late on departure day and encouraged to use communal areas in the evenings. We stayed for 2 nights and made full use of the swimming pool, tennis courts and games room. Would recommend for anyone looking for a relaxing, rural get away.
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Date of stay: April 2013
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Sjoerdd d wrote a review Jul 2012
Amsterdam, The Netherlands124 contributions94 helpful votes
This hotel also operates some lovely rustic apartments outside of Yaiza, known als Casa Vista Salinas, right on the edge of the lava fields and with a nice view of the mountains. Very good place to relax out in the country, away from all the tourist hassle. Rooms are rustic but nice and clean, you feel like you're living in your own (modest) little farm house. Cook your own rustic meal or eat out in Uga, Yaiza or Playa Blanca. Also very near to the rugged coastline. We didn't eat or stay in the hotel on our stay (in 2010), just picked up the key there, but staff seemed very friendly.
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Date of stay: August 2011Trip type: Travelled
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Johnjaysus wrote a review Mar 2012
Dublin, Ireland244 contributions28 helpful votes
Stayed here for 5 nights, staff are lovely, and the hotel is very stylish, but it could do with a lick of paint! Word of arning though, Yaiza village is very quiet, no nightlife really, so prepare to get taxis if you are planning on going out in the evenings.
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Date of stay: March 2012
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Tone S wrote a review Feb 2012
Bergen, Norway1 contribution2 helpful votes
My husband and I recently spent two weeks at Finca de las Salinas (January 20 - February 3). We found just what we had hoped for: a quiet, traditional hotel with charm and personality away from the tourist crowds. When we arrived though, we found the room small and not very comfortable for two weeks stay. We were offered a very spacious suite (A-1) for just 20 euros more per night, and we enjoyed it tremendously. Its main attractions were two large terraces, one with the morning sun and the other with sun until sunset. As this was the coolest time of the year, we enjoyed the sun on both a lot. The bed was good, plenty of closets and drawers. The bathroom was modern and very well equipped with large thick towels and bathrobes, and all the equipment worked nicely. The room was always clean and linen changed often. Breakfast was delicious and nicely laid out. We ordered freshly cooked eggs and bacon etc, included. At this time there were few guests at the hotel, and the staff was not always there. We sometimes had to go looking for somebody to order our eggs. A bell in the breakfst room to ring for staff would be a good idea. The hotel restaurant is really excellent and offers good value. We had most of our dinners there. They also have a bodega, and you can choose from both menus in the restaurant, both delicious. The people who ran the hotel spoke very little English, except one lady who was some days in the reception. But we got along. The proprietor was very helpful and came immediately to fix our TV and to change a light bulb, and we were allowed to keep the room until 2 on the day we left. Even if this small hotel lacks some modern luxury and elegance, we found that the historical building with its original rural charm was a comfortable and enjoyable place to stay and a very good place to eat and drink excellent local wine.. We had a car for our two weeks and enjoyed exploring the beautiful and interesting island of Lanzarote. Every afternoon we were very pleased to get back to our quiet and charming hotel.
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Date of stay: January 2012
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RichardH576 wrote a review Feb 2012
London13 contributions3 helpful votes
My wife and I enjoyed our stay in Finca de las Salinas, Yaiza. Our stay was 1 week from 28 January, 2012, so this review has a winter context. A few days before we arrived I sent an email asking if there is internet access but received no reply. In the event there was free internet access in the hotel reception area but emails were incredibly slow to download onto an iPhone and my Kindle, which I had hoped to use to download daily UK newspapers, wasn't able to log on. The manager and main receptionist were friendly and could speak enough English to cover most eventualities. However, as we arrived at 5.30PM on a Saturday the reception desk was being covered by someone whose English was fairly poor, but we got by. We enjoyed the piped music in the restaurant, which was mainly from the Canaries - when we asked the owner about how to get hold of some he said he had downloaded it from the internet; and when we next saw him he presented us with a disc he burned, which was very kind. Our double bedroom was one of about ten arranged around two sides of a courtyard with the swimming pool behind palms in the centre. Each room has a walled off area in front for privacy for sitting out, though ours was in the shade all day and was too cold to do so. On entry through french windows the room itself was very dark and lighting not really adequate. For storage there was a wardrobe, mainly for hanging space and only one usable shelf - the other shelf contained a safe which cost E14 for the week. There was no chest of drawers but there were some additional open shelves in the bedroom for storing clothes. The bed had a foam mattress. The bathroom fittings were adequate though old. Tap water is de-salinated and does not taste great and one is urged to use water sparingly. The waste system can not cope with toilet paper which should be placed in plastic bags and binned. The room was cleaned every day and left immaculately. There was an electric kettle and sachets of several different types of tea and coffee, but no milk. Lanzarote is windy at this time of year and the wind temperature is cool: however most of the time during the day the sun dipelled any coldness: it was only walking up to the top of a volcano on a cloudy day that it became uncomfortably cold! We saw no-one swimming in the pool (the water did feel cold) and only once did we see someone using the sun loungers on a day when the wind had died down. Yaiza is relatively high up and cooler than the coast. There are two restaurant areas and two menus. The main menu seemed quite expensive with main courses in the region of E20. We were told that the additonal cost of half board would be E31.50 per person per night. The restaurants are closed on Sundays. However, there is also a "Bodega" menu with dishes ranging from E7 to E15: the sizzling plate of garlic prawns for E7.50 was delicious, whereas the dish of selected vegetable (many of which were cooked in batter) for E11 was not so good. The house red wine (called Fermala) for E14 a bottle or E3 per glass was locally produced and excellent. There is an additional breakfast area some of which is in a conservatory type structure: Fried, scambled or boiled eggs could be had with bacon or sausages or there were cold meats, fruit and cereals. The coffee usually tasted stewed. 100m down the road from the hotel is a small supermarket, which was very convenient for buying a picnic lunch and for preprandial drinks and nibbles to take back to our room. We did this because the bar area was not really conducive to just going to for a drink. My wife and I's main agenda for the holiday was walking, and Yaiza proved sufficiently close to all areas of the island. We were horrified by the volume of holiday makers ambling along the promenade and scoffing in the adjacent restaurants at Playa Blanca, which is where you would be spending all your spare time if you stayed in one of the Playa Blanca hotels. The rural hotel in Yaiza definitely has its advantages.
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Date of stay: January 2012
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Frequently Asked Questions about Finca de las Salinas
Which popular attractions are close to Finca de las Salinas?
Nearby attractions include Ahumaderia de Uga (1.2 km), Iglesia de Santa Maria de los Remedios (0.4 km), and Centro de Artesania La Antigua Escuela de Yaiza (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Finca de las Salinas?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a fitness centre.
What food & drink options are available at Finca de las Salinas?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Finca de las Salinas?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Finca de las Salinas?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bar STOP, La Bodega de Santiago, and Restaurante 7 Hojas.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Finca de las Salinas?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Finca de las Salinas?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Castillo de las Coloradas (11.7 km).