This hotel comes with great pools and Puerto Calero Marina is just 2 minutes’ walk away.
This stylish hotel practically rubs shoulders with Puerto Calero Marina – a couple of minutes’ walk takes you to its cafés and restaurants. Alternatively, a courtesy bus will get you to Puerto del Carmen in 10 minutes.
Special mention goes to the 3 outdoor pools, among them an infinity number and a huge pool for serious swimming. There’s a manmade beach, too. Plus you’ve got 2 buffet restaurants and a piano bar with a great view.
Based on 1857 reviews
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- Buildings: 4 buildings: 1 with 4 floors, 1 with 5 floors and 2 with 2 floors
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Self-service late Continental breakfast 10.30-12.00. Afternoon snacks at set times.
Local alcoholic drinks and unlimited soft drinks, tea, coffee and mineral water 10.00-01.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities► View all
Main buffet restaurant
A selection of foods from around the world, with a themed night 3 times a week. The buffet times vary through winter. Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers for dinner.
Daytime activity programme
Daily activities are carried out with the entertainment team, with games such as pool, archery and table tennis.
Pool bar buffet restaurant
A large selection of continental breakfast foods and lunch from the buffet spread. Snacks are also available if you get peckish through the day.
Rooms ► View all
twin room with sea view
Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 3 with twin beds and a single bed, daily maid service with towel change and linen change twice weekly. Cots are available, but if room is fully occupied there is no cot space.
twin room with garden view
Twin room with garden view sleeps up to 3 with twin and a single bed, daily maid service and towel change, linen changed twice weekly. Cots are available, but if room is fully occupied there is no cot space.
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This hotel has lots of positives.
This hotel is situated near a pictuesque marina and has the right ambience for a relaxing holiday. Let's start with arrivals. We arrived approximately 8.30 pm where we were greeted quickly by the reception team. They went through check in quickly giving all the information we needed for a pleasant stay. Over all our dealings with reception was helpful and friendly and couldn't ask for more. Our room was clean and in good decorative order with a beautiful sea and mountainous view with a good balcony which included a drying rack to hang wet clothing towels etc rather than guest have them hanging over the balcony. The bathroom consisted of walk in shower toilet and wash basin perfectly clean and adequate. We had plenty of space it the bedroom with large comfortable bed dressing table, bedside tables and plenty of wardrobe space. We did have to pay for safety deposit like many hotels but I did find the cost reasonable. The room was kept beautifully clean and tidy by the maid each day. Breakfast was served in the main restaurant which was quite contemporary in style. You were quickly greeted by waiter or waitresses with coffee. It was buffet style with plenty of choice for cereal,yogurt, cooked breakfast, meats, cheeses, fruits and pastries. You had cooks cooking omelettes of choice too. Lunch was in an outdoor restaurant which served perfect and wide choice of salads with a choice of meat fish and other food. It also had a reasonable selection of fruit and deserts. You could help yourself to drinks including wine, beer soft drinks and water. Evening meal to me was the biggest let down to the hotel. Again it served excellent choice of salads bit the hot food for me lacked presentation, flavour and imagination. I would not say it was terrible but was average. The meals were very repetitive and plain in my opinion.The waiters asked which wine you would like offering you a menu of chargeable wines but did not say you could have a glass of house wine at no extra cost. Sunbathing and pool areas were perfect lots of space whether you wanted some activity around or peace and quiet there was plenty for everyone. Sun beds were in abundance and very comfortable and plenty of parasols,and shade if needed. No need to go out early to find a bed even in peak season. However the brollies do need to be checked by staff as some were broken. The are including pools were kept clean and tidy throughout the stay with well tended gardens. The pools also had a life guard around the main pool. Piano bar was a quiet more adult style entertainment but to me was too much the same consisting of sax, flute and piano playing a little more of cabaret/ classical singing would have been different the drinks were usually good,except for cocktails which were made from syrups rather than fresh ingredients and were very sweet. Other entertainment we didn't view so can't comment. I will say there was plenty of comfortable seating around the hotel but if you wanted a coffee or drink in the day time and you had to go outside for it.,we waited in reception on the last day for,a couple,of hours and would have loved to have a coffee there on a comfortable cool seated area but there was nowhere to get oneself had to sit out while dressed ready to go home too hot. Spa was a fantastic treat for our holiday complimentary 1 per stay. It was excellent idea and if visited again I'd be tempted,to use the facilities on more than one occasion. It also had excellent facilities for changing and washing afterwards and lockers to keep your valuables safe. Location. Set in beautiful surroundings with good local restaurants and bars and is in close proximity to Puerto del Carmen if you want the high life though not for me. It was well located if you wanted to hire a car and travel around the island and if you don't mind driving abroad I would suggest you do this as it's got lots to see and offer for everyone and for a small island we originally hired a car for 3 days but decided to hire it the following week from 2 more days and each day we managed to fill,our time in seeing some amazing museums and countryside. However people with limited mobility be aware this hotel is situated on a hill and is a steep walk back from the marina.More
Tracey C, Peterborough, United Kingdom
We have just returned from this hotel which quite frankly is faultless! The staff are so helpful and cheerful and the rooms are immaculate with fresh daily towel changes. The food was fantastic with a huge choice to suit everyone. The restaurants were very civilised without queues which had been a problem on previous holidays. The alcohol was branded ie Smirnoff and included in the all inclusive. Drinks were served to you at breakfast and evening meal which was a lovely touch. Throughout the day both pool bars offered cakes ice-creams and toasties with a wide range of drinks and slushes for both adults and children. The grounds are well kept and the pools are fantastic if not a little too cool at times!! Sun beds were plentiful and always available at any time of time of day. I really can't recommend this hotel enough and look forward to returning.More
Lisaruvino, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Excellent stay - a hotel that can suit everyone
Stayed here in August with a friend and her son of 15 years old in half board. Our room was at the far end - groundfloor with a small garden and easy exit to the swimming pools. Perfect for us. On the positive side: the small town Puerto Calero is ideal if you don't want to hang out in the big crowds and streets with plenty of bars. If you go 100m downhill the hotel there is a nice new port with about 20 resto's and bars and a lot of yacht sight seeing. The hotel offers a free bus to the busy Puerto del Carmen with lot's of resto, bars and shops (60% of the Lanzarote tourists are stationed there) and a few beaches (don't expect Carribean white sand). The hotel itself is very spacious and gives an airy feeling. At the swimming pools you can choose to lay down at the busy swimming pool with a lot of children or at the less crowded swimming pool with small cosy corners for only 6 to 8 people (rarely with children). Restaurant: very nice food and always plenty of choice. We could always eat outside on the terrace - no waiting queue. We had 2 theme dinners (Italian and Chinese) and 1 evening with a special dessert buffet with only candy and a chocolate shower - very good idea. Wifi was adequate. Zumba session was very nice but hot. Our return flight was late in the evening but there is a shower room at the hotelgrounds where you can freshen up. On the negative side: At the swimming pool you have to reserve your chair. There are plenty but if you want a specific area put your towel (go with the flow and don't discuss). Bar service in the evening is bad meaning you have to wait very long before someone shows up; I assume that they slow down this service to avoid too much consumptions of the All Inclusive guests. We got our drinks ourselves at the bar or mostly went to the small harbour and went for a drink there (better service and much better cocktails at 6 eur each and no children running around). Animation at the evening was really old school; this definitely needs some creativity. I can really recommend this hotel: everything you need is available and at a high standard and the Lanzarote Island offers also a great variety in excursions and it is very well kept.More
BelgianTravellling, Leuven, Belgium
The hotel is big and airy and you can always find a nice peaceful place to sit if that is what you wanted. The hotel grounds are beautiful and very clean. The rooms are quite big but in need of little TLC and cleaning of them was a bit hit and miss. The food was good, I am very fussy but was always able to find plenty to eat. The entertainment left a lot to be desired!!! Sometimes it was so bad it was funny! The pool areas are very good and clean. The sun beds around the main pool were always taken before 7 am and we saw towels on some the night before! We tended to sit around the salt water pool which was much quieter and much more pleasant. We could always find sun beds here. The majority of the staff were always very helpful and polite, except for Stephanie on reception who went out of her way to be unhelpful, rude and very abrasive! I witnessed her dressing guests down on several occasions if they did not comply with her rules! The hotel is in a nice quiet area which might not suit all but we had a car so it was perfect for us. The introduction of all inclusive at the hotels seems to be killing the marina which is sad to see. Overall an enjoyable holiday.More
Recently returned from our second visit to this wonderful hotel. In the past when we have returned to places, we have been slightly let down however this was not the case with the Costa Calero. If anything, there has been improvements (improved wifi). Some of the hotel staff remembered us from last year and they are a credit to the hotel. The food was of a high standard and there was a varied choice available. The restaurant wasn't chaotic like some other all inclusive places we have been to. Everything was conducted in a very civil manner. The grounds of the hotel and pools are immaculate, with an army of cleaners and gardeners tending to the grounds early in the morning. The sunbed situation is okay, we went down to get 6 sunbeds at about 7:30am, and there was still plenty of beds available at about 9am. The activities available are the usual sports (archery, volleyball, pistol shooting, boules, rifle shooting, water polo etc). These are conducted in a fun manner with no pressure to join in. The evening entertainment is varied and you shouldn't see the same show twice in a two week stay. The animation team are led by the wonderful Camacho (Daddy) and do an amazing job. All in all, fab holiday and we are looking forward to returning a possible 3rd time.More
Chris267, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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