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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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.
All are included except where indicated.
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.
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.
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*.
Having spent 9 nights at the Seaside Los Jameos for the third time (and once at a Seaside Hotel in Gran Canaria), I have to say this hotel has improved, though I never thought it possible, also as there was no need. As always, the staff are exceptional, polite and nothing is too much trouble. Our daughter is 14 and although she spent most of her time with us she was very content. Also as a very fussy eater, she found the food very enjoyable. There is everything you could possibly wish for. The entertainment was very good but we found this year we spent most time in the piano bar. Our room was a little on the small size but yeh we hardly spent any time in it. The pool area is always kept very clean as is everywhere. People ask me 'why don't I try somewhere else, but I find it very hard to somewhere that can match this quality. I hope to return there again in October and if not it will definitely be one of the 'Seaside' hotels.More
This month my family and I visited this hotel as it was recommended to us through a few friends who had stayed recently. This past couple of years we have gone on holiday to Mexico which was approximately an 11 hour flight so the shorter flight and similar weather appealed to us. When we arrived, the hotel, in my opinion, was much nicer in person than in the photographs and was immaculately clean. Two young toddlers were among our group and this hotel is very well equipped to occupy them, although I would recommend coming at a different time of year as July is very hot. A few days into my stay I began to suffer from quite bad prickly heat which was preventing me from being able to stay in the sun as this made it worse and when I researched it a lot of people seemed to have the same problem when visiting the Canary Islands and others were only able to use certain sun creams to help prevent it so I went to the sun advisor here at the hotel by the pool and she explained that it was the 'waxy' ingredients in the sun cream causing the rash and recommended we buy an all natural, organic spf from her called 'Natural Tone Organic Skincare', in an average sized white and green bottle, it was â¬20 which is quite expensive for sun cream however after 2/3 days the prickly heat was completely gone. I would definitely recommend trying it, she also sold a tan enhancer and after care of the same brand however I just used babaria aloe Vera after sun lotion instead. The guests at the hotel were very mixed, varied from English and Irish to German and Dutch but very little Spanish speaking people. The staff were pleasant but not overly attentive, although they all seemed to be very busy all the time so this could possibly be why. However, Sandra, one of the managers was extremely helpful and friendly. The animation team were also quite friendly and very good with children. By the pool, there isn't a lot of activity, it's relatively quiet besides Aqua aerobics there is no music however a range of different events take place trough the day including archery, bingo and water polo. The one downside to our stay would be that considering the time of year the hotel was probably booked to full capacity and it was difficult getting a free sun bed. In order to get the beds we wanted we had to be down at about 7 o'clock, and as early as this the beds by the pool would already be gone. Also because we were a large group of 15, it was almost impossible to get a table to sit together at meal times and in the evening at the show or in the reception. Lastly, be careful if you are all inclusive, not all drinks on the menu are included on the all inclusive and u may be charged at the end of your stay. However, overall the holiday was very pleasant and enjoyable, the weather was fantastic and the hotel was lovely. More
For a 'significant' birthday my wife thought she should be spoiled a little this year so as we only had one week we took the "all in" package and the junior suite which offers much more room as we still have a 15 year old to contend with ;) The hotel itself is very well appointed, rooms were clean and well kept and pool areas were all more than adequate but the star here is surely the food... We had stayed in other full board hotels before but the food was usually basic. Here at Los Jameos Playa it is simply superb; want an omelette cooked the way YOU like it for breakfast? No problem ! Like a seared tuna steak to go with your salad at lunchtime - how do you like it and how do you like any of 30-40 mains for dinner in the evening..! And the desserts !!! If I have one small quibble it's only that my 15 year old, who likes his sports, found that there wasn't enough organised activities for him and his friends so maybe they should organise some football or beach volleyball on the sand court or a table tennis competition or something of that nature. The gym was good too and of course there's a fabulous promenade at the back gate. More
We have been here approx 10 times in last 3 years... Always fantastic! Staff are courteous and organised. The picture shows the oasis, branded alcohol and good measures. Kids entertainment is good so helps everyone. Food is exceptional, always varied and perfectly cooked, I personally live on the fresh fish, cooked to your liking. The management team is predominantly German women... Organised, precise and the reason for the perfection. We have stayed in all types of room, all are good. The hotel is fully enclosed by a high wall so kids are perfectly safe and free to roam..... Not wanting to wish my life away but always look forward to the next visit.More
One might expect sluggish service and bad food given the size (500 rooms) of this Hotel, but quite the opposite is true: The staff is very welcoming and caring, and the buffet is excellent. Fresh fish and grilled meat, large salad bar and desserts and a daily "special" is really an outstanding feature. The guests are mainly British and German, the sunlounger-towel-race is certainly on here, but the Hotel does its best to prevent it. Nice pools, clean and cosy rooms and resort, lots of activities. Beach is decent, east of busier Puerto del Carmen, bars are more laid-back and less mass-touristy as well, at least for the End of June/early July.More
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