thesuites Lanzarote Palacio Ico, Lanzarote, Spain
Old Palace since 1690
Double Rooms or Suites for 2 people
Built about 1690. Completely renovated building. Included by the artist César Manrique in his book: “Lanzarote unpublished architecture”, is an example of canarian architecture. It has a few large coffered ceilings of wood about 4 meters in height and original floors, both in mulberry wood and tea from the 18th century, stone walls of more than half a meter wide, and an inner, typically canarian patio, which give the rooms. Nine rooms, each which with its personality, trying to preserve the original size of the spaces, reaching some 70 or 60 square meters, designed in a rational, minimalist way, and with natural elements. Bathrooms in microcement intending to transmit the joint freshness, stillness and sense of serene melancholy and a spiritual longing.