An example of historical Canarian architecture
Our apartments are located in the old part of the city of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, in the back of the Cathedral, in the old street of the Grades (today Felipe Massieu); Precisely, are the staircases of the Cathedral of Santa Ana, carved in volcanic stone, those that welcome our visitors.
The building was built in the eighteenth century and belonged to the Marquesa de Arucas, who married the mayor of the city Felipe Massieu, which gives the street name. It is listed as a historic building and since 2016 is Holiday Housing, by resolution of the Tourist Board of the Insular Council of Gran Canaria.
An intimate and unique building
The visitor is welcomed with a regal entrance and a magnificent central courtyard presided over by a large wooden staircase that connects the different apartments. It has an exclusive viewpoint with terrace overlooking the Cathedral of Santa Ana, most significant monument of the city of Las Palmas, in a pedestrian zone very quiet and well connected, less than 50 meters from the promenade.
A unique zone
Our apartments are very close to museums, market of vegetables and fresh produce, with dozens of artisan shops, churches, art galleries, restaurants, terraces, and a shopping area of Triana. Less than a minute from Casa de Colón And in a historical enclave that blends respect for the island’s historic constructions with the avant-garde, tapas area, shops and restaurants.
Very close to the house there are six of the best museums in the city: Casa de Colón (one minute), Centro Atlántico de Arte Moderno (3 minutes away), Museo Canario (2 minutes), Museo Diocesano de Arte Sacro (5 minutes), CICCA Cultural Center (7 minutes), Casa Museo Pérez Galdós (8 minutes).