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.
- Official Rating
- 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.
Facilities► View all
Outdoor activity pool
Pool games and activities take place here in this large, heated pool. Pool towels are provided with a deposit.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner with an early continental breakfast from 6am. Theme nights and cooking shows take place here throughout the week.
Running every night in the summer months and at least 3 nights a week in the winter.
Rooms ► View all
twin room with garden view and balcony or terrace
There's lots of natural light in this twin room - plus you have outside space as there's a balcony or terrace with a garden view. There's air-conditioning available from June to September and there's also Wi-Fi* available. You'll also find there's satellite TV, a minibar* and safety deposit box* available.
junior suite with garden view and balcony
This junior suite is a great place for a base from which to explore. There's air-conditioning available from June to September, plus there's Wi-Fi* available in your room. Outside you'll have views of the garden from your balcony. There's also facilities to make tea and coffee, satellite TV, a minibar* and safety deposit box*.
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Enjoyable all round family holiday
We travelled as a family of 4 (2 adults + 12, 14 children) for 14 nights during the school holidays. We were looking for a chilled out relaxing break and on the whole Los Jameos delivered. The Pros. - Having booked via Booking.com we had a couple of email exchanges with the hotel before leaving to arrange rooms etc. All were dealt with promptly and professionally, including upgrading the booking to all inclusive which is a MUST in our opinion. Reception is excellent and the staff there superb, friendly with nothing too much trouble and our requests for adjoining rooms were honoured. The food is superb. Massive selection, lovely salads, theme nights and always found somewhere to sit on arrival despite it being peak season. Service hurried but friendly and efficient.Yes after 14 nights it can get a bit samey but there are plenty of places to eat in PDC if you want a change. Rooms were clean, large enough and comfortable but the beds were not the comfiest. Pool area and gardens clean and nice. The pools although busy were ok although the temperature seemed to vary considerably from day to day. We had no problem getting 4 x sunbeds in the same spot each day at around 8:15 but if you want prime spots it did seem that people were getting up at stupid o'clock! The Cons. - The service in the bars was VERY variable. There often wasn't enough people on and sometimes even getting acknowledged was a challenge. The quality of the drinks varied too (cocktails particularly). There were a couple of exceptions and particular credit to the wonderful Yolanda who was always smiling and singing as she went about her work on her VERY long days! The evening entertainment wasn't really our thing but accept that is a personal thing. Also finding a seat anywhere in the evening was a real challenge and a couple of nights we just went to the room. The wifi was very patchy away from reception and although some may see this as a good thing for some people a reliable connection is important (work etc) and there is no reason why it couldn't reach across the hotel reliably. Overall we had a lovely relaxing time and would certainly return for a week or maybe 10 days either at easter or October half term for some late/early sunshine.More
We stayed as a couple for 10 nights, lovely reception. Rooms quite nice nothing special at all, we are very easy to please type of people but can't get my head around why people return to this hotel, plenty of choice with the food something for everybody, but dining area is pure disorganised chaos, no proper queuing, and finding a table is a nightmare you don't know if somebody has left the table to go for food or if it's available or not! We noticed waiters give preference to those tipping them. One night a waiter was setting our table half way through he ran to another guest he seemed to be aquatinted with, got him set up at a table with drinks then returned to us after his tip of the other guest!! Entertainment is ok if you get a seat your lucky, but all well finished by 10.30ish then absolutely dead nothing going on at all, we were unfortunate enough to get rain whilst there they opened up the entertainment area but not the bar so you had to walk in the rain to the pool bar dangerously slippy! I definitely would not return way too boring.....More
Great, but you've paid for that experience!
Lovely hotel quite a distance from the "strip", but good bus connections. 2 outdoor pools, fantastic food, but the staff are the jewel! They are amazing, receptionists, cleaners, food staff, waiting staff, bar staff, inside and out! Particularly good service in bars at night time during entertainment. Entertainment ranged from dire to delightful, some highlights were the magician, Il Divo?, and a male 2 piece band, who also appeared on another night with 2 females for a totally different music show, they were fabulous. Rooms fine, with a big decent sized safe, however, fridge is not included, it has to be a minibar, which is not much good for someone who doesn't drink but needs a fridge for bottled water. Waffles and crepes available every day after lunch, didn't try them, but scooped ice cream not appealing as it looked messy after everyone serving themselves, could this not be changed to tub or premium lolly types as snacks? Wifi poor a lot of the time. Overall, the hotel was as expected after reading previous reviews, it's fantastic, but remember it's not cheap. Have stayed in other Lanzarote hotels previously, and never disappointed yet. Future visit will depend on getting a price that's good compared to other places we've stayed.More
Nice hotel and rooms spotless and cleaned every day. Pools and pool area could do with a lick of paint. We only stayed bed and breakfast as I really don't like buffet evening meals. I much prefer to go find nice local restaurants in the area and make an evening off it. There are plenty nearby and the main town is only 5 euros in a taxi. The meal area in the hotel doesn't have that 'evening feel' you look for as a couple and was very busy with people all over the place like a school dinner hall although the food looked nice but not for us. Breakfast was spot on and we were greeted within 2mins of sitting down asking if want coffee etc. Cocktails were nothing to shout about. As they are aimed at the all inclusive crowd, they were pre mixed and poured from a big jug. If paying 6 euros for a cocktail I'd expect it to be freshly made so we went elsewhere for evening drinks. Lots of supermarkets nearby if want to buy cheap drinks for down the pool or room. Never had a problem getting a sunbed at 8:30ish even by the pool. Some were reserved but this is a world wide problem not the hotels fault. They make announcements by the pool with events etc going on but you cannot hear them unless sat right next to the speaker. Perhaps but a few more speakers around the pool area so guests can hear whats on. Didnt go to any of the entertainment in the evening as went out for a nice meal each night but the piano bar looked good. More
2nd visit to this excellent hotel
Rooms all lovely and if able to the management will try to accommodate your preference of room type. All the staff are wonderful and make sure that you are looked after but a special thank you to Micheala who was such a lovely friendly person and good fun. The hotel is increasing in popularity due to it's excellent location, pools, food and service. We travelled 7th - 23rd September and it was very full, it didn't affect the quality of the service or food but it did make the pool area feel quite busy most of the days and people including us had to reserve sunbeds quite early which for me was a bit of a hassle which I can do without on holiday. I love Lanzarote and have stayed at the Riu in the same resort which is also very busy,More
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