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In the historical centre of San Cristóbal de La Laguna.

Laguna Nivaria

The only city in the Canary Islands to be declared a World Heritage Site.

Situated very close to the area’s leisure and cultural options

Our hotel is found in the heart of La Laguna, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1999. The location is unbeatable, right on Plaza del Adelantado, next to the council building and the city’s main street. In the hotel’s vicinity you’ll find restaurants, shops and different modes of transport.

Get to know a marvellous city

Beautiful landscapes alongside monumental works

The municipal borders of La Laguna are ample, currently extending from its peak all the way out to the sea. Explore the old town and the extensive surrounding urban area, farming settlements such as Tejina, important industrial areas such as Taco and small villages such as Chinamada in the Anaga mountain range.

The coastal strip from Punta del Hidalgo and Bajamar up to Tejina and Valle de Guerra also stand out for their pleasant climate and their beautiful landscapes dominated by volcanic lava and small black coves.


You can’t miss out…

Places from which you’ll keep the best memories

If you’ve come all the way here, a visit to the plateresque facades of the ancient Casa del Corregidor (16th century), the mansions and palaces of Nava and Grimón (16th to 18th century) and El Valle de Salazar (18th century) is obligatory. Don’t miss out either on the elegant facade of the Casa San Martín (end of the 16th century) and Casa Bigot (1654), with an elegant balcony running along the third floor, as well as Casa Mustelier and Casa Franco de Castilla (both 18th century), all on Calle Herradores.

Laguna Nivaria

Route through the streets of La Laguna

Unforgettable walks

On the ancient Calle de La Carrera (today Obispo Rey Redondo) you can visit Casa de Porlier (17th century), together with the Teatro Leal and Casa Riquel (17th century) on Plaza del Adelantado and Casa Alvarado Bracamonte, known as Casa de Los Capitanes Generales. On the ancient Calle Real (today San Agustín), Casa Montáñez, Casa Lercaro (today the Museum of the History of Tenerife), the Palacio Episcopal and the ancient Instituto de Canarias “Cabrera Pinto” all stand out.

Religious art

Magnificent preserved works

The Cathedral houses an unsurpassable collection of Flemish triptychs attributed to the painter Hendrik van Balen – teacher to Van Dyck, as well as the great Los Remedios Baroque altarpiece and the best preserved sculptural work in Tenerife, an excellent sculpture of the Virgin of Light, attributed to Juan Bautista Vázquez el Viejo.

The temple of Nuesta Señora de la Concepción, the first church on the island of Tenerife, is a national monument of Historical-Artistic status built in 1496 and host to a beautiful well-preserved pulpit carved from cedar wood. In the Santuario de San Francisco people worship at the great altarpiece of embossed silver (17th-18th Century) and the image of Cristo de La Laguna, the revered figure of the Canary Islands and the most ubiquitous example of religious imagery on the archipelago.


Other routes

If you are a nature lover, we propose different hiking routes that will allow you to discover wonderful natural landscapes and make the most of your stay on the island.

See routes
Laguna Nivaria