The Hotel Rural Victoria is beautifully located between the sea and the mountains in Villa Monumental de La Orotava.
This lovely room is tastefully decorated and equipped with wooden furniture.
Equipment of the room: Safe, Writing desk, Telephone, Satellite channels, Flat screen TV, Minibar. Bathroom, Shower, Toilet, Hair dryer, Free toiletries. It’s not possible to add another bed in this type of room.
SUPERIOR DOUBLE ROOM
This spacious lovely room with nice views of the surrounding area is tastefully decorated and equipped with wooden furniture.
Equipment of the room: Safe, Writing desk, Telephone, Satellite channels, Flat screen TV, Minibar. Bathroom, Shower, Toilet, Hair dryer, Free toiletries. Also you can enjoy WI-FI for free
Our rooms have been designed to guarantee the best comfort to our guests. Devised for relax, business and leisure trips.
Offers interiors that masterfully combine luxury and comfort.
Living room with couch, table, TV, minibar, safe, telephone, satellite channels, kettle and infusions. In the bedroom a kingsize-bed, table and TV. Bathroom, Shower, Toilet, Hair dryer, Free toiletries. Also you can enjoy WI-FI for free.
TEIDE NATIONAL PARK
The Teide National Park is the highest area on the island of Tenerife and in Spain. Declared on January 22, 1954 as a national park, it is the largest and oldest of the national parks of the Canary Islands and the third oldest in Spain. In 2007 it was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco, and also since that year it is considered one of the 12 Treasures of Spain. From our Hotel there is one of the accesses to it, about 20 minutes by car or public transport.
THE HOUSE OF THE BALCONIES
The Casa de los Balcones, was built in 1693 and it’s one of the most emblematic and representative on the island of Tenerife and it has received many distinctions and awards.
The Victoria Gardens can be found in La Orotava in northern Tenerife. Inaugurated in the 19th century, they are the work of French artist, Adolph Coquet.
Two centuries later, the Victoria Gardens have become an emblem of La Orotava; they couple well with the stately atmosphere that envelops the community.
The gardens are of aristocratic origin as they were created by order of the De Ponte family, to bury the Marquis of Quinta Roja, following the Catholic Church’s refusal of his Christian burial due to his connection with masonry. In the end, the Marquis was granted a Christian burial, but the gardens still stand, adding beauty to the northern part of the island.