Seaside Hotel Los Jameos Playa

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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.

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Based on 1462 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 6Buildings
  • 530Rooms
  • 7Lifts
  • Floors: 3 or 4

All Inclusive - Here's what you get

Food

Buffet meals. Afternoon tea, coffee and cakes 15.00-17.00.

Drink

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.

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twin room

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

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.

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Quality Family Hotel

Family vacation with a 4 year old and 15 month toddler. Great facilities, great staff, great food with the beach less than 5 minute walk away. I have no hesitation in saying I would definitely return again. Highly recommend. More

Poncho56, Portmarnock, Ireland

still wonderful.

We recently spent 2 weeks at this hotel. Our 3rd year of returning to Los Jameos. We had a wonderful relaxing holiday. Thank you to all the hardworking staff at this hotel which includes all the waiters who work so hard. Thanks also to the animation team especially Ideara and Mattias who have a wonderful sense of humour and we thoroughly enjoyed joining in the organised shooting and archery. It was good to have a kettle/tea tray in our rooms...good idea. The food was as good as before and the cocktails/drinks plentiful. I agree with a previous reviewer who said it would be a good idea to increase the size of the bottles of water for room use and a coffee machine would be great. What about various fridges to hold the bottled water so that guests can help themselves. We love this hotel and always feel thoroughly satisfied when staying here. I would add it is worth a few euros spent on a taxi transfer instead of the long treck to the transfer coaches. Well done once again to you all at this hotel and many thanks for making our stay such a wonderful experience.More

sugarKent, Kent

Almost Perfect

My friend and I recently enjoyed a two weeks break at Jameos Playa, a hotel we have visited on a regular basis since 2003 and never been disappointed. We were pleased to meet the new General Manager, Beate Sekula, a friendly charming, efficient and very hands on lady who, with Andrea, her second in command, set a very high standard for their staff to follow. Over the years many of the staff have become familiar faces and amazingly always remember and greet us with pleasure. We cannot praise the general staff too highly - Reception personnel act on any requests or queries immediately, the restaurant staff are highly trained, efficient and friendly, the Animacion staff are excellent and it was good to meet up with Idaira again, such a hard working and friendly games/sports leader with excellent multi language skills and lovely sense of fun. The best improvement on this years visit was a kettle and comfort tray in our room - a new addition in B rooms upwards. We have previously taken a kettle in our luggage so this will no longer be necessary, thank you Management. Many thanks to Beate and colleagues for obtaining the necessary agreement and finance to provide the main English television programmes following recent technical changes. Visitors from the UK and Southern Ireland presently account for 50% of bookings and the provision of BBC programmes is an extra to be applauded. Excellent also is the free availability of wifi in the hotel rooms and lounges. The only requests we would make is for larger bottles of water to be dispensed for individual usage. The small bottles presently handed out are inadequate, make more work for staff and waste the time of guests who have to wait at the bars to collect them, also create more waste. Secondly, the bacon! For some reason we cannot understand, most Canarian hotels serve fatty streaky bacon at breakfast. This kind of bacon is what we in the UK would wrap around other food items, i.e chicken, to give additional flavour. Back bacon, not streaky, is the normal kind to eat at breakfast. Do your best please, Beate. Also, if space could be found for coffee machines where guests could help themselves instead of waiting at and taking up the time of bar staff, this Hotel would be touching perfection. In short, we would recommend this Hotel to anyone - excellent staff, hotel extremely comfortable, a very wide variety and choice of food, cleaning and general maintenance first class, lots of activities if required and ample space for guests who prefer sun worship. Please note that we have not been to this hotel during school term or half-term. This review is based purely on the time we were there. Thank you to everyone involved for another fantastic holiday and we hope to meet up again next year.More

silverLancs, Lancs

Beautiful hotel, shame about the sickness bug!

It was our first time in this beautiful resort. We have children of 6 and 8 and they loved the pool area and playground. The accomadation was beautiful although we ended up changing our room three times. First time was due to a fan outside out room squeaking ( it was located on top of one of the bars below) and also due to an interconnecting door that we found you could open with a coin?! Although the room wasn't occupied , we didn't feel safe. We communicated this to the hotel and they said nobody else had ever said anything. ( people had obviously opened the doors with coins before as there were marks) We moved to another room, no interconnecting doors but , to be fair, they were at 97% occupancy so they ended up giving us a room on the same side as previous, so we had no view and same squeaky fan. It was now quite late (11:30pm) and our bags were moved but the children's beds needed to be moved. This took AGES and two phone calls to reception. There was one house keeper on duty. We ended up putting the children to bed in our beds as they were shattered. The housekeeper was shouting as she bashed through the room ( waking the children up?!) I would have thought at that time of night she may have been a bit quieter.. Next day we moved rooms as the squeak was making us annoyed. Third room was perfect! Beautiful view, quiet , everything was lovely. You do need to get up to get a sun bed and stay with the beds until 9 , otherwise you have no hope of getting one. We were all inclusive and the range of drinks was brilliant. You could also have crepes and waffles at 3-5 although I was disappointed that they would stop serving at 4:55 so you need to get there early ish . Our only down side was ( it seems) the rife stomach bug going around. I heard about a few people getting it earlier on in our weeks stay. I was really careful to take anti bacterial gel to meals with us, knowing that tongs are used for picking up food so germs can be picked up easily. My daughter was sick after being in the pool all day. I phoned reception to let them know ( and clean) the toilets she had been ill in and also if we could have any disinfectant to help clean our room with. I asked twice and each time a maid came with just a cloth ? I get the feeling that disinfectant isn't being used and cloths were just spreading it. I ended up going to spar and buying kitchen roll and bleach and cleaning myself. ( that's when I discovered how dirty the floors were in our room) We got hardly any sleep as we were all in one room and the following day I was in the bathroom used by the pool area to hear someone violantly being sick. Later on a mother was waiting outside the men's bathroom with a spare set of clothes and lots of tissue after her son was being sick. Everyone we spoke to knew of someone being sick or themselves being ill. I couldn't wait to leave in the end ( although I was very stressed that our other child or me and my husband would end up being sick on the plane ) It was a relief to leave. I don't feel the hotel were tackling the sickness well enough, they seemed laid back about it considering how rife it was. We are now back home early this morning but I have ended up with diarrhea and awful cramps..... Such a shame !! More

Curlybobstringer, Portishead, United Kingdom

Our stay.

we stayed here last august. Great hotel if a little kids orientated. Food is really good and drinks are all european with good house beer- no shortage. Lovely hotel but is definitely a family hotel...More

holidaygirl706, Newcastle, United Kingdom

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