Casa Bencomo fuses contemporary architecture, designer furniture, and luxury interior design inspired by the modernist masters of the 20th century.
Situated in Santa Cruz de Tenerife’s bourgeois neighbourhood El Barrio de los Hoteles-Pino de Oro, known for its eclectic 19th and 20th-century architecture and renowned urban park Parque Garcia Sanabria.
Built in 1930 and fully restored in 2018, this three-story luxury home rental townhouse blends indoor and outdoor living spaces and transmits a feeling of serenity with high-end design in harmony with the home’s original modernist architecture.
The elegance of the Casa Bencomo is defined by its balance of clean lines, natural light that pours through and the high-quality natural materials use to create its timeless beauty.
Each element of this luxury home rental has been designed with simplicity and ergonomic principles in mind.
Ground floor - entrance
Step into Casa Bencomo and the first thing you will notice is the original modernist staircase that curves up all three stories of the home. The asymmetric teak wood curved banister reenforces the elegant aesthetic of this 20th century modernist luxury home rental. Sunlight floods the entrance from the solarium on the roof terrace.
Concrete flooring runs through the ground floor of the home contrasting with the stark white walls and high ceilings and original Terrazzo stone staircase.
Featuring original Cactus Coat Rack sculpture by Guido Drocco and Franco Mello for Gufram (c. 1972) and artwork by Oscar Latuag.
Living and dining room
Through the glass panel French doors into the light-filled living and dining room with a low modular sofa by Spanish luxury furniture designer Sancal and a curation of 60s and 70s vintage and modern designer furniture.
The large oval dining table, a patent furniture design by Olga Perez, is longing to be used by a small group of friends or family to enjoy the intimate setting for dinner and drinks, well into the evening.
Swing open the patio doors and let the cool breeze from the garden flow into the house.
SMEG oven, premium induction hob set into a marble worktop, fridge, KRUPS coffee machine, Miele dishwasher, and an eclectic collection of artisan and designer kitchenware from around the world make cooking in the kitchen a pleasure.
Bi-folding glass panel doors take you from the kitchen to the large patio and tropical garden, where you can dine alfresco with the sound of the wind rustling in the giant banana leaves.
Relax with an aperitif in the AA butterfly chairs by Airborne, soaking up the warm sun, and then cool your skin under an outdoor shower fountain.
Wall sculpture by Tenerife artist Oscar Latuag.
There is a utility cupboard with Miele washing machine and clothes dryer and an additional large fridge freezer.
The office/study at the front of the house the ideal for remote working, with a desk, vintage chair, and printer.
Browse the library collection of art and design magazines and hardback books, novels, children’s books, and board games.
Climb up the statement, light-filled staircase to the first floor of this luxury home rental where original tile flooring has been restored. The modernist design runs through the house, maintaining the design principles of simplicity, ergonomics, and serenity.
The windows and balcony doors upstairs are adorned with white linen drapes to let the natural light flow in.
The bedrooms on the first floor as simple, elegant, and exude an understated luxury interior design: designed to be kept clutter-free and to aid rest and relaxation.
The master bedroom at back of the house has a king-size bed (160 x 210 cm) with 100% latex mattress and cotton linen. Featuring artwork by Isabel Muñoz.
A small private terrace is accessed through French doors with seating and views of the banana leaves from the patio below.
Large dressing room with wall-to-wall wardrobes to store your personal belongings and hang your clothes. The vintage Chinoiserie chair gives the dressing room an exotic feel and original vintage Pastoe vanity shelving adds a pop of 1950s retro colour.
The second bedroom has a king-size bed (160 x 200 cm) with a latex mattress, vintage accessories, and access to the front balcony with a table and 3 chairs.
Twin bedroom with two single beds, vintage lamps and bedside tables and access to the front balcony.
Off-white tones, simple lines, Dornbracht TARA taps, a large walk-in shower, and shelves for storing your things. The clean and simplistic design of this bathroom evokes a feeling of calm and purity.
The spacious master bathroom on the top floor of the home has a free-standing double sink with a marble top and a deep marble-topped bathtub with an overhead shower and Dornbracht TARA taps.
The rooftop solarium features cacti and aloe vera plants, deck chairs for sunbathing, and a large concrete bathtub with hot and cold taps. Escape up here with a cold glass of Listán Blanco wine and soak in the tub with the warm sun on your skin after a day exploring the city.
The local area - Santa Cruz de Tenerife
Casa Bencomo is situated in one of the most privileged areas of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, El Barrio de los Hoteles-Pino de Oro.
Adored for its historical architecture, you can trace the work of architects such as Mariano Estanga, Manuel de Cámara, Antonio Pintor Ocete, Domingo Pisaca, José Blasco, José Enrique Marrero Regalado and Miguel Martín-Fernández de la Torre.
Walk 50 meters down the road and you will arrive at the impressive Parque García Sanabria, the largest urban park in the Canary Islands. The park staged the International Exhibition of Street Sculpture in 1973 and thirteen of the sculptures still adorn the park. Parque García Sanabria was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest in the Canary Islands in 2016. Enjoy a glass of Tenerife wine in Strasse Park bar and terrace, which is located in the middle of the park.
Casa Bencomo is in walking distance many of Santa Cruz de Tenerife’s finest restaurants, including Restaurante Aborigen Cocina de Archipiélago, Noi , Etéreo by Pedro Nel, Kazan (Michelin 2020), Nielsen, Sagrario, Solana (Michelin 2020), Jaxana and El Aguarde Restaurante.
There is a lot to explore in Santa Cruz de Tenerife for history and art lovers.
TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes is worth a visit to admire the building itself. The design, by Swiss architects Herzog and Meuron along with Virgilio Gutiérrez from the Canary Islands, focuses on a series of diagonal elements so that the public space penetrates the building and converges in the courtyard. TEA Tenerife Espacio de las Artes displays exhibitions by local and international artists, there is an independent cinema that shows films on the weekend and a public library with free WiFi and a study area.
We also recommend a visit to MUNA Museo de Naturaleza y Arqueología, where you can learn about the history of Tenerife and its aboriginal Guanche people. We recommend lunch in the restaurant Mues.ca, el Gastro del MUNA.
Nightly price range:
€209 to €279
Additional guests after the first 2:
Wifi + multimedia
Terrace or balcony
Suitable for children
Smoking allowed : No
Suitable for children : Yes
Pets allowed : No
Parties or events allowed : No
Day guests allowed : No
Excellent location, communication, flexibility and well-desinged details.
Casa Bencomo is a jewel, a modernist house from the 1930s renovated and furnished true to its original spirit with a lot of taste and effort. The house is spacious and even has a proper office that allowed us to work comfortably when we had to. We loved the patio, the solarium with a cactus garden, as well as the overall location next to a big green park.
PARQUE GARCIA SANABRÍA
The green heart of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
RESTAURANTE ABORIGEN COCINA DE ARCHIPIÉLAGO
Fine dining restaurant in the Iberostar Heritage Grand Mencey hotel.
CALLE DEL PILAR
Boutique shopping area with designer boutiques such as CULPÉ, SACCO and Etxart & Panno.
MUNA, MUSEO DE NATURALEZA Y ARQUEOLOGÍA
Learn about the Guanches, the islands aboriginal people.
COOPERATIVA MERCADO NUESTRA SEÑORA DE ÁFRICA
Daily local market selling fresh produce with seafood and wine bars on the ground floor fish market.
TENERIFE ESPACIO DE LAS ARTES (TEA)
Exhibition space and art library designed by Herzog & de Meuron.
What time is check-in and check-out?
Check-in is from 16:00. We understand that everyone arrives at different times, so we offer a flexible self check-in system.
An early check-in might be available, just ask us.
You can always contact us if you have any unexpected difficulties with the check-in.
Can I leave my bags somewhere if I arrive before check-in?
Sure. Early bag drop can usually be arranged. Please contact us to confirm this.
Do you need my ID?
Yep. We will ask you to submit the personal information of all parties staying a few days before check-in. We will send you an email with a link to submit a photo of your valid government or state-issued photo ID.
This is for security purposes and is required by Spanish law.
Do you provide bed linen and towels?
Absolutely. We provide bed linen and towels, included in the price.
Make sure you let us know how many people are in your group so that we can provide the correct number of towels and bed linen accordingly.
If your stay is 7 nights or longer, we’ll give you change of towels and bed linen.
How often is housekeeping provided?
Our housekeepers do a full professional clean of Casa Bencomo before check-in. If you stay for more than 7 nights we will provide a change of bed linen and towels.
Mid-stay housekeeping is available for an extra fee. Contact us for more information.
What comes with the home?