Seaside Los Jameos Playa

Seaside Los Jameos Playa is a favourite for travellers looking for a chic stay in the sun. The building, set in a spectacular beach-front location in Los Pocillos, is designed in traditional Canarian style, with rooms decorated in ocean colours, with rustic wooden furniture. Outside, however, is a different matter. Here, you’ll find a huge, tropical-style landscaped garden with two huge pools, fringed by palm trees and loungers. There’s also a mini golf course, with waterfalls and sculpted greens, and tennis courts. Or, why not visit the spa to enjoy a sauna, plunge pool, or an uber-indulgent chocolate wrap? And guests rave about the buffet restaurant, which serves dishes such as fresh seafood, homemade crepes, and a whole range of goodies.

Overview of Lanzarote

Year-round sun and stunning beaches are what make holidays to Lanzarote so popular. Yet the island isn’t over-developed, thanks to Cesar Manrique, a local architect whose surrealist concert halls, gardens and houses work in concert with nature. You’ll love checking out his designs, hiking across volcanoes under cloudless skies, and enjoying local cuisine on this unique island.If you’re looking for an upmarket hotel to complete your trip, look no further than Seaside Los Jameos Playa.

Things to do in Lanzarote

If you’re staying at Seaside Los Jameos Playa, spend some time relaxing on the wide, golden sands of Los Pocillos beach, and swimming in the calm waters. If you’re looking to party, take a seven-minute taxi ride to Puerto del Carmen, a resort packed with pubs, cocktail bars and ocean-facing clubs. If you prefer to keep active, take the 25-minute drive to Timanfaya National Park, where you’ll be bowled over by the stark, natural beauty of the volcanic landscape. Lanzarote caters to all sorts of holidaymakers – it’s the perfect spot for a romantic break, and little ones will love it here, too. You’re sure to make memories to treasure with your loved ones.


Resort Summary

It’s true many people visiting Lanzarote are looking forward to some late nights. However, sometimes it’s nice to be somewhere where you don’t feel obliged to stay up until dawn.

Playa de los Pocillos’ quiet atmosphere means that you’re never going to be kept up all night, and you’ll be able to get some proper rest before enjoying the next day’s activities. And if you have set aside time for that big night out, the exciting nightlife of Playa del Carmen is only a 20-minute walk away along the promenade.