Our bright and modern ground floor two bedroom suites cover a total of 89m² and accommodate up to 6 adults.
The master bedroom has direct access to the terrace and consists of two single beds, a spacious and modern fitted wardrobe and a “Workspace” area providing a work surface, comfortable seating and electric sockets for mobile working. The second bedroom is accessible from the living room and also consists of two single beds, a spacious and modern fitted wardrobe as well as its own “Workspace” area. Here you find iron and ironing board, vacuum cleaner, drying rack and broom.
The living area is practically designed providing an ample seating area during the day and two comfortable beds suitable for two adults at night. In addition is a lot of space for your holiday must-haves, such as books, games, magazines, laptops, mobiles and tablets, as well as electric plug sockets for chargers. Also with telephone. On the spacious terrace (28m²) you will find outdoor patio furniture and a “Sports Bench” where your shoes can air and dry after the day's activities.
The modern kitchen with elevated breakfast bar, fridge and freezer comes with an additional toaster, cafetière, microwave and an electric kettle. The main bathroom is equipped with a shower, toilet, washbasin and hair dryer, whilst the second bathroom has a shower and a toilet. Another washbasin is situated in the hallway for your convenience.
All suites have free TV, air conditioning, Wi-Fi and safety box.
Towels are changed daily and we provide a cleaning service five days a week. All are situated on the ground floor.
Three of these suites are equipped for guests with reduced mobility and offer, among other things, a large customized bathroom and adapted kitchen area.
Club La Santa’s Suites have been specially designed by the famous Danish architect, Henning Larsen, blending the uniqueness of Lanzarote’s white stone houses against the contrasting black lava with world renowned Scandinavian design. The modern interior design is the work of a talented young team led by local architect Carlos Morales, creating an elegant fusion of Scandinavian and Spanish influences whilst in harmony with the beautiful natural features of the island of Lanzarote.