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Travel back in time when Santa Cruz de La Palma was a key stopoff in the Age of Exploration pioneered by Christopher Columbus. It was here that fleets topped up their supplies before continuing their Atlantic voyage to the Americas. The city would develop into one of the major shipbuilding areas; this is the historic terrain this four star occupies.

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Avenida Marítima no. 33 is where you will find this Santa Cruz de La Palma four-star hotel. The maritime avenue runs parallel with the Calle O'Daly, La Palma's main street. Using the LP-5 and LP-2, you can reach Holiday Time Hotel in under ten minutes from the airport. Mercado de Santa Cruz de La Palma opens Monday to Saturday 7am-2pm and sells delicacies like sugarcane juice.

By plane: flights from London take around 9 hours with a stop in Barcelona; flights from Birmingham take around 11 hours with a stop in Tenerife. The hotel is a 10-minute taxi ride from the airport. Street parking is available. Book flights to La Palma.

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Emblematic hotels are a Canary Islands category of establishment that is situated in non-resort areas and contribute to the historical heritage of the region. A whitewashed exterior is typical of traditional Canarian design. The style is neo-classical and there is a bustle of a hostel here, particularly in the communal areas.


A 24-hour reception is available to assist you. When arriving, there is a short-term parking space which helps on the luggage front. There is a courtesy room for guests with late departures, complete with bunk beds and showers. All floors have a workspace with a kettle, microwave and sink to hand.

  • Bar
  • Breakfast room
  • Street parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


There are 16 pristine rooms arranged over two floors at this boutique hotel. The rooms are mainly white, although there are floral pillows and stripy throws on the bed for a burst of colour. Six of the rooms have terraces and four have balconies. There are desks with stylish hardback chairs.

Room types: Double Room, Double Room with Terrace, Accessible Room

Key amenities: ensuite shower or bath, free toiletries, hairdryer, air conditioning, TV, free Wi-Fi


You can have breakfast in Holiday Time Hotel's Coffee Shop. It's a buffet affair with local avocados and tomatoes dusted with oregano, and there is freshly-squeezed orange juice. You can also find cereals, cold cuts, croissants, doughnuts and scrambled eggs. Toasters are available for those who like to spread on their bread.

Coffee shop: open daily for breakfast spread of meats, cheeses, bread, fruit, juices.

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