Excellent hotel in El Hierro. Great location, in Frontera, near church on the hill. Away from noisy town center. (near the also excellent restaurante Joapira!!) Easy friendly staff, quiet clean rooms. Very recommended!
I have spent 5 days in El Hierro for vacation with my mum. Experience was very nice , peaceful place , beautiful landscape and magical atmosphere ! The Hotelito Ida Ines is a special hotel where stay . It is a basic structure but it has every comfort you need. Our room was 'mui preciosa' because has a wonderful view of the Golfo Frontera valley . The hotel is located near the center of the little town where there are bars and restaurants. The family that manage the hotel is very friendly and Amos give us every kind of informations and suggestions about the Island. I would recommend this hotel to persons that appreciate the quiet and the particular life style of the Atlantic nature/culture.
An excellent basic hotel. A friendly and efficient reception.Bedroom with balcony and sea view was comfortable,clean and well appointed.View of EL Golfo,pineapple plantations,La Frontera and Tigaday was spectacular.The owner Amos provided a plate of pineapple and banana in our room.He told us about a local restaurant "Joapira" at Plaza Canateria which was a short walk. Inexpensive local food.very good.Excellent breakfasts. On day 2 Amos asked us if we would like to go on a driving tour. We had no car so we went in his.What an amazing trip.Viewed El Golfo from Mirador de la Llania,walked in the Ballandero las Brujas,saw the festival at Sabinosa where the locals asked us to join in.Amos provided a picnic near Pozo de la Salud.what a feast, by an enormous cave and a natural bathing pool in clear sea water.We stayed 3 nights and then moved to Parador for 3 nights. Next time we will hire a car as the luxury coaches do not run frequently.Yes the isle is windy but so relaxed and the people so friendly. They want you to enjoy yourself.Hotelito is simple,clean and comfortable and has a marvellous owner.We took the ferry to valverde from Tenerife and flew back to Tenerife North. An excellent flight and slightly cheaper than the Armas ferry. We had stayed on La Gomera and were disappointed that no ferries went to Valverde, so it was a long day as had to get to San sebastian to catch the ferry to Tenerife. The previos year both ferries were running from La Gomera. Thank you Amos. We will be back.…
We chose this hotel as it had very good reviews on Trip Advisor, and that it had a very good presentation on the net, with very good photos. The hotel however is in reality a one star hostel that stinks of old perfume, cleaning liquids and mold. It is superficually clean. The rooms looks like prison cells with painted walls. We had to leave and book into the Parador: The Parador cost approx 120 Euro a night. Ide Ines cost 75 Euro. If the price was to be realistic and reflect the huge difference in standard Ida Ines is not worth more than 25 Euros a night for the room.
Accommodation clean and spacious, beds were fairly comfortable and the nights were quiet but the hotel was ¨tired¨, being run by a tired family. Disappointment was the hotel had a swimming pool which was not usable because the ¨pump¨ was broken and it was too expensive to repair. Breakfast also was not as good as would be expected, a choice of 2 cold meats and cheese, plenty of bread and cakes, with pineapple served every morning. For one or two night stay this would be acceptable but for the six nights got very boring. No fridge in room, no eggs of any description, a bar that was never open.