All rooms have air-conditioning, TV and a furnished balcony. Some rooms have been renovated. Mini bar and safe can be requested but are at extra charge.
Double room with bathroom (bath with shower over) and furnished terrace or balcony with inland view as standard. Upgrade to renovated rooms (Superior Double) or renovated rooms with a view (garden, pool or sea view) at a supplement.
Sleeps 2 adults and 1 child (up to 11 years)
Slightly larger than a double room with 2 extra beds for children, bathroom (bath with shower over) and furnished terrace or balcony, land or garden view.
Sleeps 2 adults and 2 children (up to 11 years)
Bedroom with sitting area, bathroom (bath with shower over) and furnished terrace or balcony with land, garden or pool view.
Sleeps 2 adults and 1 child (up to 11 years)
1 bedroom suite with separate living and bedroom, bathroom (bath with shower over) and furnished balcony with land or garden view.
Sleeps up to 2 adults and 2 children
Interconnecting double/twin rooms
2 double/twin rooms with door between, each with bathroom (bath with shower over) and furnished terrace or balcony with inland view as standard. Upgrade to renovated rooms (Superior Double) or renovated rooms with a view (garden, pool or sea view) at a supplement.
26 m2 + 26 m2
Sleeps 4 adults or 2 adults and 3 children (up to 11 years)
Main restaurant with large terrace, lavish breakfast including whole foods, lunch small hot and cold buffet, dinner themed hot and cold buffet, barbecue and show cooking.
All-inclusive board option
Restaurant “La Tapa” exclusive for group bookings
Evening bar “El Belingo” with live shows and entertainment programme
Piano bar with live piano music
yes, price to be confirmed.
The mini-club is open 6 days a week between 10.00 and 12.00 and 14.00 and 16.00, run by a friendly and competent team who will look after children aged 4 – 12 years.
There is a mini disco in the evenings, and lots of things to do such as mini golf, giant chess, boules, archery and darts – some of which are chargeable.
There is a lovely shallow pool for children, where they can play. There is also a baby pool and sandpit for little ones which you can use.
There are quirky things about this hotel - like a small museum of Canarian artefacts, which may interest the children,
Complimentary: Cots, highchairs available in restaurants
The hotel has shops and chemists nearby where baby and toddler essentials can be purchased.
Gently shelving golden sandy cove, perfect for children – although the beach nearest to the hotel is a little stony.
Car and bike hire rental next to the hotel.
Puerto del Carmen is set along a a huge bay and Los Jameos Playa is at one end surrounded by a promenade with a beach and a selection of touristy shops and cafes. Between the hotel and the beach is the road which it is possible to walk all of the way into the town. The number three bus regularly runs from outside of the front of the hotel into the town and from here it is possible to connect the rest of the Island. For a more varied day out it is possible to catch the number 61 bus which runs hourly right down to the south of the Island and visit Playa Blanca very cheaply. This enables you to see the white low rise buildings built on the volcanic soil and a fascinating glimpse at how the agriculture is changed to match the conditions. Grapes are grown on the ground and protected by horse shoe shaped low walls to protect them from the wind.
Puerto del Carmen itself has masses of bars and restaurants and a huge upmarket shopping mall which has some designer shops. There are also lots of tourist friendly activities for children.
Other things to do in Lanzarote include excursions to the National Park of Timanfaya and the volcanic Jameos del Agua volcanic tubes, cactus gardens or the unusual house house of the famous local artist, Cesar Manrique.
There are also various theme parks including the Rancho Texas Park which has an Indian village, a nature park and animals including crocodiles, turtles, iguanas, armadillos, prairie-dogs and many birds of prey, a water park or perhaps the Whale and Dolphin Museum.
Water sports are plentiful and include Diving, Snorkelling, Windsurfing, sailing, parascending and Jet and Water skiing.
What will the weather be like...
When it comes to sunshine, the Canary Islands are perfect with an eternal spring-summer climate. They’re a year-round destination; you can pretty much take your pick of when to go.
The winter months – December to March – are cooler but still paradise compared any other short haul destination. You can expect average daytime temperatures to hover in the low 20’s dropping to a mild 14 degrees on average overnight and with 6 hours sunshine per day through all these months. It does rain occasionally especially in December and January.
The summer months – April to October are deceptive as give how warm the winter is, they are surprisingly mild. Almost perfect with a daily average of 27 degrees dropping to a comfortable 20 at night, virtually no rainfall and 10 hours sunshine a day, any of the summer months are good. There is a chance of a few very hot days.