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Hotel Hacienda de Abajo

4.0 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

Stayed here for a week in Room 8 which was lovely though not perfect partly because the patio area looked straight out onto a high wall surrounding a banana plantation. This made the room seem a bit dim during the day time. This would not have mattered so much if there had been a variety of other pleasant areas to sit in the grounds. There were only 16 sun beds around the pool area and coming back after a day exploring they were usually all taken. We did sit in the patio area outside the 'chapel' where there were lots bistro style small metal tables and metal chairs but some comfy soft outdoor sofas or swing seats would have been great. However this area was near the 'derelict' building which constantly seemed to have some sort of wood burning fire going which wafted over the garden. Another gripe was the lack of wi fi in our room, although available in public areas this really wasn't the point as we had paid for a superior room and would have preferred to have used wifi in our room and not elsewhere. We did however love all the antiques within our room and elsewhere in the building.Some information on the hacienda and the antiques would have been good. Breakfasts were excellent although we did feel sorry for the solo waitress who had to set everything up in addition to serving juice and coffee and taking orders. Sometimes later she would be joined by a colleague. We ate here 3 times in the evening. Once in the upstairs restaurant where the food was excellent but we found the setting a bit formal and preferred to eat outside and have the interesting tapas menu taking advantage of the warm evenings. We would have eaten at the main restaurant again during our stay if the menu had changed. Overall a lovely stay and would have given it a 5* review but for the very high price we paid for our room and the above niggles.

A hotel and an art museum in one place. Fantastic rooms, very friendly staff, good restaurants. Tropical setting amongst lush gardens and banana plantations. Comfy beds and nice bathrooms. A great place to relax after hiking through La Palma.

We stayed at a suite in Hacienda de Abajo. The suite was lovely and full of antiques, as well as the hotel. The hotel itself is absolutely gorgeous and has a very nice history. The gardens and pool area are very exotic and peaceful. Really appreciated the hotel was adults only. Staff make you feel at home and they are very attentive. Breakfast and dinner- Half Board are recommended. Both were very well planned and the food is delicious and Id say the best of the island. Totally recommend to experience this hotel and recommend a minimum of 3 nights.

This is the first and only emblematic hotel in Canary Islands; and not just because it's placed on a historic site, but also because everything about it is emblematic. Other hotels around the world take the history of their buildings as reason enough to be called emblematic. Yet Hacienda de Abajo took care of every small detail apart from that to deserve it. The art, the decoration, the antiquity of every piece of furniture in every room, the tropical garden, the restaurant menu... Every detail is as if this hotel came from three hundred years ago, and is here intact for us to enjoy today. I would like to congratulate the great service that i was offered, and say that I cant wait for my next vacation to come back to such unique place.

We stayed at the Hotel Hacienda De Abajo for four nights leading up to the Transvulcania Ultra weekend. Our run was the Vertical Kilometer on the Thursday evening with 1250 metres of climb in 7.8km distance. Our hotel manager was extremely helpful in providing local knowledge as he had competed across all the events. The rooms in the hotel were extremely comfortable with their antique furniture and the food and staff were all excellent. We will hopefully return to the island soon.

A restored plantation house, with every public area, corridor, bedroom filled with museum quality furniture and artwork, not surprisingly, this is an adult only hotel. Our bedroom, one of the standard rooms, was very large with a nice bathroom. Absolutely beautiful gardens with a quiet lovely pool and surrounds. The spa room just by the pool was superb. Plentiful beach towels - just help yourself - no need to pack any. Great food, sometimes quite innovative. Try the tasting menu but don't have too much lunch beforehand if you do. The restaurant has the choice of the tasting menu, which must be booked in advance, daily menu or a la Carte. Some evenings we had tapas in the courtyard just off the bar which was equally good. Fantastic, personal service throughout the hotel but I'd like to make special mention of Andres, Jurate, Barry and, especially Paula. They made a very good stay special.

A most relaxing retreat tucked away in the village of Tazacorte which is truly a haven of peace. The hotel is filled with antiques, Staff are exceptionally helpfull and friendly. Gardens beautifull, swimming pool with spa area very clean. The restaurant is very attractive with wall cabinets filled with beautiful old china. The food is of very good standard. If you are on bed and breakfast but would like an evening meal in the hotel you need to book well in advance as they quickly get booked. There is also tapas available in the bar. We were disappointed on the night we arrived that the 'restaurant was fully booked. Our room was a deluxe room as we required a walk in shower on the level. The room was charming, very comfortable with good quality toiletries, with a small quite area to sit outside. Thank you to all the staff. We would certainly recommend this hotel and look forward to a return visit.

We stayed here for 1 week in march 17. It wasn't cheap but the hotel buildings and gardens are so beautiful and the adults only policy help keep it really relaxing. The service was good and the food was superb. We had lunch there several times, dinner twice and breakfast every day - always great. The rooms and the grounds and building in general were all kept very clear and tidy. It is really quiet around the hotel at night which helps when trying to get a good nights sleep. The reason I haven't given it 5 stars - I thought I'd asked for a double room but we were given a twin and told no other rooms were available. The beds were quite uncomfortable. The hotel advertises that 'soft drinks and mineral water are complimentary, replenished once a day' which is correct but you only get 1 small bottle of still and 1 sparkling water per day which didn't last long on hot days. It was useful having the fridge though. Overall we had a wonderful holiday and would recommend this hotel.

That was something! Old plantation estate redone into precious hotel. The rooms is really unusual (you need stairs to get to the bed). The restaurant in the hotel was really fine dinning and the breakfasts were also outstanding. SPA is small but nice with good outside pool. The banana plantation around is really amazing. One of the best hotels I ever stayed in!

Stayed at this establishment for a week, staff are excellent and cannot help you enough to ensure that your stay is perfect, Waiting staff are on top of the game and look after you without being overpowering. Front of house staff cannot do enough for you to ensure that you get the best out of the day. The Chef and kitchen staff supply food from breakfast to 10.30pm which you cannot fault. The chambermaids keep the room spotless and you only have to leave for a few minutes and they are in and out leaving everything first class. The gardens are super. Two downsides are that there are not enough sun beds around the pool, and it is the first time I have stayed at a hotel that has not got big enough dinning facilities for all its guests to eat at once, this is especially apparent at breakfast. The decoration of the premises is superb with antiques everywhere, and the building itself is an old sugar cane factory. A place that one could revisit if the world was not such a big place.

C/ Miguel de Unamuno, 11 Tazacorte La Palma

Hotel highlights

  • Free buffet breakfast
  • Free WiFi and wired Internet in public areas
  • Onsite dining
  • Spa

Located 1.1 mi (1.8 km) from Tazacorte Beach, Hotel Hacienda de Abajo is within a 15-minute drive of Palmex Cactus Garden. This 4-star hotel has 32 rooms and welcomes guests with free breakfast, a full-service spa, and an outdoor pool. It's in central Tazacorte and also within a 20-minute drive of Volcano Tube of Todoque and Puerto Naos Beach.


Dining

Start your day off right with a free buffet breakfast. This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service.


Rooms

All of Hotel Hacienda de Abajo's 32 rooms are individually decorated and have an array of amenities, including free minibar items, free bottled water, and safes. Guests can expect to find free wired Internet and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Phones are also available.


Property features

Guests staying at Hotel Hacienda de Abajo enjoy access to a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and free WiFi in public areas. If you drive, self parking is EUR 7 per day, or you can take advantage of the airport shuttle (available on request) for EUR 80 per vehicle roundtrip. A multilingual staff is on hand to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and tours/tickets. Other amenities at this adults-only hotel include a meeting room, a library, and laundry facilities.

Room options

Deluxe Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Superior Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Premium Room

Full 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 2

Classic Double Room Single Use

Twin 1 | Sleeps 1

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

87% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 257 reviews