A HOTEL WITH HISTORY
La Casa de los Naranjos, as it is popularly known because of the 30 orange trees that adorn the front of the house, is a 200-year-old manor-style property that has always belonged to the same family until the new owner acquired it to create a hotel project.
The building, listed as monumental in the Heritage Register of the Cabildo of Lanzarote, was in a state of semi-ruin, with fallen wooden ceilings, thick stone walls cracked or collapsed, and extensive wooden carpentry badly affected by woodworm.
The building is listed as monumental in the Heritage Register of the Cabildo of Lanzarote.
Despite the deterioration, the beauty of the building was evident, and it was not yet sufficiently damaged that it could not recover the splendour of another era and the magic and charm of its architecture.
The refurbishment consisted of two projects, one of urgent action to consolidate the structure of the building and prevent it from falling into total ruin, which consisted of work on the stone walls and wooden ceilings and the sealing of the building envelope, and a second project to adapt the building to be used as a hotel.