Seaside Hotel Los Jameos Playa

The food at this contemporary hotel comes highly recommended – as do its 2 pools and beachside setting.

Set in vast landscaped gardens just 20 metres from the beach, the buildings of this hotel are inspired by local artist, Cesar Manrique. The décor is cool and contemporary, and there’s a huge atrium-style lobby.

The hotel has 2 pools and an outstanding buffet restaurant. If you want to venture out, the harbour town of Puerto del Carmen is a 3-minute drive down the road.

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Based On 2316 reviews

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  • 6Buildings
  • 530Rooms
  • 7Lifts
  • Floors: 3 or 4

All Inclusive - Here's what you get


Buffet meals. Afternoon tea, coffee and cakes 15.00-17.00.


Select local and imported alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, as well as some liquors and cocktails 11.00-23.00. A larger range of liquors, cocktails and drinks may be purchased at a reduction if you show your All Inclusive card.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Outdoor activity pool

Pool games and activities take place here in this large, heated pool. Pool towels are provided with a deposit.

Buffet restaurant

For breakfast, lunch and dinner with an early continental breakfast from 6am. Theme nights and cooking shows take place here throughout the week.

Live entertainment

Running every night in the summer months and at least 3 nights a week in the winter.

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twin room

Twin rooms sleep up to three, with twin beds and an extra bed. Air-conditioning June to September.

twin room with garden view

Twin room with garden view sleeps 3 with twin beds and an extra bed. Air-conditioning June to September. Minibar and safety deposit box at a charge.

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I'd go back..

I wouldn't go as far to say that the Los Jameos Playa is perfect all round but it is definitely perfect for a chilled 5-10 days in the sun with your family. It represents value for money having only paid £520 for 5 nights all inclusive. I haven't done too many all inclusive holidays but I'd say this is streets ahead of the average all inclusive. There was nothing wrong with my room at all, clean, fresh and comfortable. The food is very good, surprisingly the Swiss themed evening was probably the best and I can't knock the drinks at all, beer, gin and particularly wine were all enjoyable and I'd definitely go here again at a later date..More

Tom D, London, United Kingdom

Great Friendly Hotel

We had a great holiday at this wonderful hotel. The whole place is kept spotless. We stayed as a family of 3 in a Junior Suite on the 3rd floor in the Tenerife block. Great view of the pool and a little bit of the sea. Stayed all inclusive and was well worth the money. Drinks are of a great measure, doubles if not more! So much choice for breakfast, lunch & dinner. Enjoyed the 'white night' and the 'tropical night'. Both were superb. Our son of 11 made some great friends, enjoying the football, table tennis, and the arcade playing pool, basketball games etc. Sun beds was not an issue unless you wanted to sit right on top of the pools! Even after 9.30 sunbeds were available which is when we always managed to get a couple. Another thing which made this hotel so good was the staff. From reception, animation team, restaurant, bar staff and even our cleaner. They were all polite & friendly. Carlos, Ramon, Manuel, Santiago, Naty to name just a few. Highly recommend and hope to return soonMore

Zakie1, Chelmsford, United Kingdom

Excellent family friendly hotel in an ideal location with great food, friendly staff and enjoyable evening entertainment

Having spent the last five summers in lovely Turkey it was refreshing to come back to this popular Spanish island; we choose this hotel mainly because of quality, the location and the favorable food reviews. We were not disappointed. The hotel is ideally located about 10 minutes from the airport, There is a nice small selection of restaurants, bars, gift shops, bike hire (5 euros for 3 hours) etc just outside.10 mins bike ride to watch the planes landing, 15 mins bike ride to the main resort, 15 mins coach ride to the aqua park. The beach outside was clean and uncrowded. The hotel has a slightly confusing layout and look. It hard to get a perspective due to the trees and different levels. Stoned floor around the pool makes walking difficult without flip flops. I found that there were plenty of sun beds available. The ones around the pool get taken early but there is a good choice till around till after 10:00 There are two main pools plus a decent size kids pool. Personally I was not a great fan of the layout. Both main pools are a decent size, walk in, which raise to around 1.5 meters. however be aware that there are a few large rock boulders lurking in the middle of one of the pools. There was a nice peaceful feel during the day, we were glad there was no loud thumping music. Daytime pool entertainment program is a little lacking as the animation team is not huge and seems to focus mainly with the kids club and other activities. We found there was a nice considerate mix of nationalities. Mainly British with Spanish, German and Irish also making up the guest list. The staff were friendly and welcoming. AI and ''other'' board option in the same hotel means you need to give your room number or card at meal times or when ordering drinks. Only children have a wrist band. AI is not quite a match with the larger Turkish hotels but was good. AI includes breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as pancakes and waffles from 3pm. Drinks are available from 11am to 11pm. Free towels and a better than expected mini-golf. There are two pool bars and I did not have to wait more than a few minutes to get served. Unlike some other hotels I found the majority of the guests respectful and avoided jumping the queue. The quality of the drinks was superb. Branded bottled Soft drinks and decent cocktails (pina colada was my fav) complimented by a good selection of sprints. A tasty and varied selection of quality food. The freshly cooked grilled meats and fish stations, the four joints of meat carvery and the tasty deserts were the highlights. The restaurant is busy but again most queues only last a few minutes. 5 minutes was the longest I waited for a steak. I would much rather wait a little to get nice food than some of the similar mass produced trays served elsewhere. The restaurant has a different theme each night (rotated over 7 days) which adds a little variety. Having older children; It was brilliant that the kids disco was in a separate area to the main entertainment hall. It was nice not have to listen to a hour of chocolateeee after dinner. A varied and enjoyable entertainment showcase each night. The Bee Gees, El divo, Divas and Battle of the Dance to name a few which were great. The evening table servers were very attentive. They work very hard moving between the tables to ensure you are not without refreshments. I have forgotten his name but the smaller guy with the glasses was fantastic, always asking if we wanted another drink or table nuts. We had a reasonable sized room with plenty of storage, a decent bed and a nice bathroom. Not much of a balcony view which did not bother us. A safe costs around 35€ for two weeks. No free mini bar. A very good internet connection in our rooms and a selection of English TV programs including sky sports and movies. Thank you for the birthday card and bottle of cava waiting for us in our room on my sons birthday. I don't know if were unlucky or it is seasonal but the weather was quite volatile for the two weeks we stayed in early August, We had sun mainly but also thunder, lightning, rain, gales and clouds. Lol. Thank you so much to all the staff and fellow guests for ensuring we had a fantastic family holiday which exceeded our high expectations. My teenage son made loads of new friends and said it was the best holiday ever. My wife enjoyed her morning which was run at the right intensity level for the group. Would we return? Absolutely.More

Gone2golf, London, United Kingdom

10 Night Family Holiday

Just back from our third trip to the Jameos Playa and yet again another great trip. The hotel was full so we expected things to be very busy, however contrary to some reviews we had no problems with sunbeds. Some poor souls who were desperate to be on top of the pool were out at 0630 and because of the hotel sunbed policy had to stay with their bed until 0900, but for those who are not fussed there were plenty of beds available at 1000 onwards. The sunbed policy is a good one. The food was excellent with lots of choices, the staff friendly and helpful and the room we had in La Gomera overlooking the beach was great. There are no queues for tables in the restaurant unless you want to sit outside. Not once did we have to queue. The beach across the road is often empty so can offer a quiet choice if the hotel is very busy. Local shops and bars can also offer a change and the main resort of Puerto Del Carmen is a 15 minute walk. We ate out twice as a treat though the food in the hotel is excellent. There are also some easy flat walks in the area and lots of people were hiring bikes. In summary a great hotel, good price, good food and great staff. Very pleased with the hotel and we will be returning in February for a half term break.More

Kev3814, Chester, United Kingdom

Lovely hotel but bit boring of an evening

This is the first time we have visited Lanzarote. The hotel was very good - clean, staff excellent and food nice. I must say the real problem was reserving of the sunbeds as we had to be up and on the sunbeds by 7am! Not the best time to be awake on holiday. We were all inclusive and I have to say as Lanzarote is so cheap I would not particularly recommend all inclusive. The evening entertainment was not great and quite boring for children. We therefore went out for evening meal about 11 nights as found the food quite repetitive. Would I return? No I dont think I would although I can't fault the hotel and staff it just lacked a bit of fun. More

Gill M, Liverpool, United Kingdom

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Seaside Hotel Los Jameos Playa
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 2316 customer reviews
from £500.59