See why so many travelers make Parador de la Palma their inn of choice when visiting Brena Baja. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a romantic setting with an array of amenities designed for travelers like you.
For those interested in checking out Mirador del Aeropuerto (2.5 mi) while visiting Brena Baja, Parador De La Palma Hotel is a short distance away.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning and a minibar, and Parador de la Palma makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the inn, including a 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While visiting Brena Baja, you may want to try some tapas at one of the nearby restaurants, such as La Bodeguita de los Cancajos.
At Parador de la Palma, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Brena Baja.
We have been staying at the Parador de La Palma for 5 nights. The stay itself was quite pleasant, the hotel has a nice view, and everything worked well. The registration at arrival does remind you of the fact that the Paradores are a state-owned chain. We could use the restaurant only 3 times at night. We found the variety a little bit limited and the quality of the food good, but not excellent. The service was nice, except when arriving at breakfast, where invariably somebody would not greet you but only shout ¿HABITATION??? instead. The choice at the breakfast buffet was excellent and we could sit outside every morning. Of course, there were the usual Covid measures, that seemed correct. Our main remark though is that in the nighttime they had reduced the capacity of the main restaurant to only a few tables. That meant that most of the guests had to go out to have dinner somewhere else. This is already a challenge because the hotel is in the middle of nowhere, but it also means they have to go to other places where safety measures are typically less strictly followed, so the guests are put at extra risk and yet return to the hotel. I would suggest to also use the adjacent breakfast room and even more the outside dining area since we all know risks of Covid19 transmission are much lower outside.…
Absolutely loved it. The rooms are big and pleasant, silent. The whole place feels like a monastery. The restaurant is great for dinner and has a fantastic view if the weather allows it at breakfast. Sitting in the patio during a rainy day was a dream
We just had 4 days in theParador . It is in a good location although off the beaten track and not easy to find in the dark ! The hotel looks lovely from the outside but the rooms are shabby, broken switches , sockets that did not work , air con that was broken and generally very tired . We had to change rooms , the first had curtains that were hanging off the rail , broken air con switch which didn’t work properly . Room was tiny and the bathroom very small . After a fuss they changed us to a larger room which although was much better was just as shabby . The switches and lamp did not work , the terrace which was wooden slats needed replacing as they were all warped and one could trip up . The bathroom was tiny , tiles cracked and generally in need of an update . Because if Covid it was a nightmare . We had to book everything in advance . The staff were surly and officious . We are not kids we know we have to wear masks and sanitize our hands . It felt like we were in school . Breakfast was a shambles . Not enough staff , disorganised , impossible to get anything hot and when you did it was wrong . I asked for scrambled eggs with a tomato . I was told it was impossible ! My husband ordered scrambled eggs , got an omelette after 20 mins , one of the days I didn’t get mine at all and just left . Selection of food etc poor , no milk , poor fruit selection , The evening dinner was poor , very poor food selections , my husband was sick after the meal ! Would not recommend ! …
I'm a regular visitor to this Parador and although it's not perfect, I keep coming back to enjoy the relaxing, quiet air of a bygone elegance. Above all, there are two members of staff that are always there to welcome me at breakfast or dinner with a friendly greeting and make me feel at home in what would otherwise be a sightly detached and formal experience. I am always glad to see them, one with long, curly hair who is often at the bar or in the restaurant, whose name I have not yet come to know, and a newcomer, Ariana, who is everything that Parador means to me. I hope she stays! The prices are often reduced with frequent 3 nights for 2 offers and this Parador is the easiest to reach from the airport of all of the Canary Islands Paradors. My chosen bolthole for working online or disconnection from the new normal.…
Rooms dated, and whilst we do not watch tv on holiday, there was no news programmes in English. The restaurant staff very good, food needs some attention as flavourless,. Some reception staff need training on how to handle customers, not great. The good thing about this hotel is the lovely gardens.. I would not return to this hotel, .