The Los Jameos Playa has buildings inspired by local boy, and internationally-renowned artist, Cesar Manrique. It’s whitewashed on the outside and, inside, the hotel has a huge atrium-style lobby. The bedrooms are furnished in modern florals and stripes and the spa’s menu features beauty treatments, massages and a Finnish sauna. Plus, you’re just a three-minute drive from Puerto del Carmen.
Based on 1462 reviews
- 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 11.00-23.00. Liqueurs, cocktails & other drinks may be purchased at a reduction if you show your All Inclusive card.
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All are included except where indicated.
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Running every night in the summer months and at least 3 nights a week in the winter.
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4th time here and coming back
Title says it all. We have been here 4 times in the last 7 years. It is a great hotel, nice friendly staff, clean well maintained rooms. Food is ok, but suggest you vary it up by going out on a few nights. I play a lot of tennis with the coach Javier - he is excellent. Will be back again.More
Not as good as previously
We are staying here at present - 2 adults and 2 children.. This is our second visit and after we looked at other options we decided to return as we had enjoyed it so much last time. We are extremely disappointed with the organisation in the dining room. There are a lack of tables at breakfast and dinner and no-one to assist with finding a suitable table. Last night we went to dinner at 8:30 and had to eat in an annex off the indoor dining room. This was totally without ambiance and the service was poor. The tables were not laid properly. It left us with the feeling that we were less important! We look forward to enjoying our evening meal as a social occasion but last night felt more like a fast food outlet. There were empty tables in the dining room but they were left uncleared. This morning at breakfast service was again poor. No-one came to clear our dishes , glasses, plates etc during the meal. We were left surrounded by debris throughout the meal. The orange juice machine was empty and remained so throughout the meal. We had to ask a waitress to get us some. She was less than obliging. The rooms are still good; the pool area is comfortable and clean; the food is still good. Such a pity that the dining room experience lets you down. Would we come back? Dining arrangements would need to be greatly improved.More
ojboj, Redditch, England
Very good all inclusive hotel
Rooms very clean and our family room was very spacious with 2 balconies and a sea view. Food really good, even for my veggie husband, but the restaurant did get very busy (joy of having to go in the school holidays!) and you found yourself dodging around people and queuing for the freshly cooked meat and fish. The food was always replenished quickly however. Others have mentioned difficulty finding a table but the hotel seem to have taken this on board as the hotel manager was at the entrance to the restaurant making sure everyone was guided to a free table. Drink selection on all inclusive was very good with all the usual brands we are used to, Gordon's gin, Baileys etc. Even the wine wasn't too bad. Staff were friendly despite being very busy. Hotel in a good location just across the promenade from the beach and close to bars, restaurants and shops. All in all very good and if I could give a 4.5 I would!More
Ok been to better resorts that are more family friendly
We went Last week and the weather was mid 20s. I mainly booked the hotel for it being family friendly. My son had an inflatable crocodile float that was not allowed in the big warm pool, he was asked to go to the baby area and being 6 he didn't want to hang out all day in the small bit!! So trying to explain this to him was difficult especially as he was really enjoying the space and outdoor play. We were also vegetarian and the food really needed labelling. There was meat in everything and as I don't eat egg or fish it was boring after the 3rd day as the food got repetitive and I was eating potatoes and pasta both for lunch and dinner. Also, as my morning drink I like cappuccino and was charged as it was not part of being all inclusive!! Lastly no wifi for the last days in the bedroom as they had problems from the 10th to 13th April. This was really stressful for my husband as he runs a business and needed to be available for work but couldn't check emails. Overall, loved the outside beach area and the volcanic tour from the hotel. However, I wouldn't go back to this resort again. We were ready to go home on our last day.More
starfromstalbans, st albans, uk
Fully recharged after a lovely stay
My boyfriend and I have just returned from a 4 day stay. There is nothing either of us can fault about this hotel. Spotlessly clean, well maintained gardens and rooms, fresh food (meat and fish) cooked to order plus plenty of choice at all meal times. Impressive reception area, and well trained friendly staff. Great hotel. More
emilymcd, West Yorkshire England
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