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 1701 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 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 11.00-23.00. Liqueurs, cocktails & other 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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Live entertainment

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


With cardio equipment, weights and aerobics classes, there's plenty to keep you in shape during your stay. Please note that the gym is for the use of adults only.

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twin room with garden view

Twin room with garden view sleeps 3 with twin beds and an extra bed. Minibar and safety deposit box at a charge.

twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 3 with a twin bed and extra bed. Minibar and safety deposit box at a charge.

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Enjoyable stay

The reception area on arrival certainly has the 'wow' factor - huge and beautiful space, superb reception staff, glass of bubbly and inflatable seahorse for children! The cleanliness of this hotel is second to none. The restaurant does get very busy during lunch and dinner, but the staff work tirelessly and as other reviewers have commented, the food is very good - range of salads are delicious. The only disappointment was the entertainment staff who, for us, were virtually non-existent. Whereas other all-inclusives promote or encourage people to join in the range of activities, all we found was a printed off list of times at reception - no locations and not once did anyone walk round, even to make an announcement as to what was happening, where. Usually we join in a wide range of activities, our week here we did nothing. There is a kids club, but this is definitely only for young children and nothing in place (or suggested) for pre teen children. Trip wise we went on 'Lanzarote Uncovered' - a really good day exploring the island, including a visit to Fire Mountain, a drive through the lava fields, a fascinating visit to an aloe vera plantation, a brief visit to a vineyard and lunch - not cheap but a good way of seeing a lot in a day.More

Hels40Eastleigh, Eastleigh

A very large hotel

My daughter and I were here in July and hadn't realised quite how large this hotel is. Unlike some reviewers, we did not find it difficult to be seated at a clean newly laid table for dinner and service(only drinks as it's all buffet)was good. We were All inclusive and ate here every night. In all honesty the food was not for me. There was a lot of fried food and the smell of fried food was in the air if you sat outside at dinner. Plenty of diners had piled up plates of chips and nuggets etc but to be fair you could have freshly prepared meat and fish too. Rooms were good but my bed was too hard and with a strangely inflexible mattress which gave me back ache. Our deluxe sea view room also had a lovely large sunny balcony with 2 loungers. Sun beds were an issue unless you wanted ones at the back of nowhere on the grass. Whilst we were here the trend was for the 'dad' of a family group to reserve a number of prime by the pool and in the sun beds before 7am, then sits with them until the rest of the family arrived a couple/few hours later. Occasionally a member of staff came round and folded unaccompanied towels on beds(before 8am) and placed them on the side table but who would want to take a bed next to someone's personal folded towel?..... awkward situation! We were just away for a week's sun and to relax which is exactly what we did.More

hedgehogcarer, south herts

Amazing place!!

We went to this hotel in June. Food was brilliant, location fantastic, and most of the staff could not do enough for you. Only poor service we had was at the snack bar with the two male staff who ignored guests waiting to be served and carried on doing other things. This wasn't just us and this was a really busy bar. I would definitely go again and would recommend the hotel to anyone. However it pays to shop around as we got our holiday a lot cheaper than most guests so prices differ a lot More

ellie b, Leeds, United Kingdom

Lovely Area

On arrival we were astounded at the size of hotel it's enormous. Room was ok nothing special for price we paid. Food was good plenty of choice. But we ate out few times. If we went back I'd go self catering as Lanzarote is so cheap you probably save a fortune rathe than AI. Trips we booked at low cost trip just round corner saved a fortune and same trips. Cycle to Arecifie is a must. All trips are relatively cheap. Beach is lovely you can walk round it for what seems miles. If you are planning all inclusive think again as it's so cheap here you could save a packet we paid £2200 for a week all inc we could had self cat for £1300 so it's worth thinking about. More

Annette M, Alness, Scotland, United Kingdom

Great food but some room for improvement

This is a nice hotel. Friendly staff and good clean rooms. The food at the buffet was terrific. Lots of choice and good quality. There was some reasonable entertainment (Abba tribute band was very good). Sun beds were a challenge if you left it later than 9.00am but if you were lucky enough to get a couple they were comfortable. We do not have children but those that did seemed to feel they were well catered for. There were one or two disappointments. Charging €2.20 a day for the safe hire seemed an unnecessary hassle. There were a limited number of drinks available on the all inclusive tariff (but most people could probably find something to quench their thirsts). Only one beer on offer which my husband did not enjoy. Overall would recommend.More

cazo13, Glasgow, United Kingdom

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