Sol Lanzarote Aparthotel

This beachfront hotel has 3 pools and a jam-packed activity programme for of all ages.

The Sol Lanzarote is practically on top of Matagorda’s golden sands. It’s about a 5-minute drive from Puerto del Carmen – or you can walk it in half an hour – and the hotel’s pools all have sea views.

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Based On 2211 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 3Buildings
  • 4Floors
  • 341Rooms
  • 6Lifts

All Inclusive - Here's what you get


Full board buffet meals - breakfast 08.00-10.30, lunch 13.30-15.30 and dinner 18.30-21.30 November-April, 19.00-22.00 May-October. Snacks 12.00-17.30.


Selected local alcoholic and soft drinks 10.30-23.30. Tea and coffee from vending machines.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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3 outdoor pools

These three pools are ajacent to one another, with simple walkways and bridges separating them. Sunbeds and parasols line the edges, with palm trees for extra shade.

Buffet restaurant

International buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner, with themed evenings.

Kids' club*

There's an animation programme with entertainment and activities for kids aged 5 to 12 years at the hotel-run club. Some activities may carry a charge.

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twin room with balcony or terrace

These twin rooms come with either a balcony or terrace for some extra room outside. The rooms also come with air-conditioning and an extra bed.

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Value for money !

Spacious room and big bathroom (has hairdryer). Very clean and daily linen/towel change. All food was very good every day with choices to suit everyone, so cannot understand why people complain about it?? Must be exceptionally fussy! The odd couple of times food was luke warm but Spain is like that. There was lager, Sangria, white, rosé and red wine all on tap to help yourself (if All Inclusive). Only complaint by us was as red wine was on tap was cold. Staff friendly and helpful (if people think otherwise then maybe learn a bit of Spanish to bond with them better )!! Found them all nice, be patient if kept waiting as you're not the only ones there !! It was a spotlessly clean hotel, as was the resort. Only possible downside for some was aircraft noise as so near airport, but fun to watch them passing hotel. Entertainment was very good too, team did excellent Mama Mia show. (We think upper lounge could be better arranged though with smaller tables as lots of couples using a table for four so soon fills up). Plenty of outdoor seating and sunbeds. Lovely long promenade with separate cycle path.Can hire bikes 5 euros a day. Bus stop over road, 2.80 euros p.p. set price to resort & taxi fare between 4-6 euros depending how far into resort you go. 5.50 euros p.p. to Playa Blanca. So all in all loved it, would totally recommend. More

Linda H, 187056

gery good hotel

Stayed for 2 nights and really enjoyed ourselves.The Wifi is very good all over the hotel and its free.there are lots of seats around the pool and its right on the beach front. Rooms are well services.More


A very pleasant surprise

Have just spent a very pleasant week in The Sol Lanzarote, spotlessly clean, a very good choice at meal times, very enthusiastic entertainment team, three lovely pools + a kiddies pool. This Hotel has been recently renovated, the bedrooms are very comfortable and we have decided to return in November so go on give it a try and you won't be disappointed...More

davidinnesmckee, 29384

Good was vile

Just wanted to say that the hotel was lovely and clean, but the food was absolutely rank, save your money for a nice restaurant, DO NOT PAY FOR ALL INCLUSIVE. Waste of money, drinks watered down, and everything just really lowest grade, rooms were clean and up to date, More

Gerry O,

Didn't disappoint second time around

We love this hotel! It's such an 'easy' place to be; the beach is literally across the prom from the hotel and you can walk for miles in either direction. There are plenty of shops, pubs and restaurants around if, like us, you prefer NOT to go all inclusive but to support local businesses. The rooms have been upgraded recently and we had no complaints except that our room and balcony (on the back of the building) didn't get any sun at all and the beds were a little too firm for us. It's the first time we have visited the Canary Islands in January and were possibly lucky with the weather; temperatures were in the mid 20s and I ventured several times into the pool and sea - but they were a bit on the cool side!More


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