BLUE SEA Lanzarote Palm is on the south coast of Lanzarote, one of the Spanish Canary Islands. The island, which is off the coast of North Africa and has a subtropical climate, is famous for its volcanic landscape and its beaches. The hotel is in a popular area a short walk from the beach in Puerto del Carmen, a seaside resort with lots of bars and shopping opportunities. The hotel consists of whitewashed buildings in a Mediterranean style. There are palm trees dotted around the grounds, plus a garden where you can lounge on in the sun. The hotel has two outdoor pools, one of which is for children. As you enjoy the outside area, you can get a drink at the pool bar between dips. There's a pool table if you fancy challenging a fellow guest to a game or two over a beer. Reception is open 24 hours a day and there's a mini market where you can pick up essentials. When it's time to head out of the hotel, you'll find plenty to experience in the wider area surrounding BLUE SEA Lanzarote Palm. If you fancy going further afield, you could visit Arrecife, the island's capital city, which is within driving distance of the hotel. Those interested in the island's geological history may wish to go to Timanfaya National Park, also within driving distance, in the northeastern part of the island. Here you can admire volcanic scenery and hold stones that have been warmed from the magma that lies 4km below.
Lanzarote Palm is in Puerto del Carmen and 500m away from the beach. This wide stretch of sand is suitable for bathing and playing games. On Avenida de las Playas, along the seafront, you'll find the widest selection of shops and a range of bars, some of which show sporting events. For a quieter afternoon, you could wander to El Varadero harbour, where you can get a feel for a working Canarian port. There is an ATM approx. 500 meters from the hotel. Golf fans may choose to have a round or two on the course that's a short drive away from the hotel. For a day trip, you may choose to head to Arrecife, which is around 15km away heading east along the coast. Here you'll find further bars and restaurants. You could wander along the promenade and visit the two castles or a museum. There's also a beach with a lagoon.
There's a buffet restaurant at the hotel. For eating out, you'll find a number of options in Puerto del Carmen, including local tapas bars and international options such as Italian and British pub food. You may also wish to try some locally caught seafood during your stay.
For an exhilarating afternoon out, you could head to the water park that's with driving distance of smartline Lanzarote Palm, beyond Arrecife.
Rooms at Lanzarote Palm are airy and decorated in neutral hues with colourful accents. All have a separate living area with a sofa bed.
Distance to city centre 300m
Distance to beach 400m
Distance to airport 8.3km
Address: +34928512846, Anzuelo, 60, Puerto Del Carmen, Canary Islands
Puerto del Carmen, Lanzarote, Canary Islands
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Beautiful sea, both ends of the beach it's rocky where you can sit on the rocks and enjoy the crashing of the waves onto the rocks. The middle stretch of the beach is sandy where you can put your feet through the sand and relax.
This hotel was very nice and clean, we came here self catering and all restaurants and bars were in close walking distance, the pool area didnt offer many umbrellas for the sunbeds so if you burn this could be a problem, the umbrellas also dont move either. We never tried the food here so can not comment but the drinks were made with plenty of alcohol for a good price. The rooms were spacious with 2 3/4 beds to make 1 double, plenty of space in the wardrobe, the bathroom was great and the shower was very nice. Would make the star rating higher however the hotel had to move us to their sister hotel due to a water issue and we found the other hotel to be a downgrade rather than the same experience. The fridge was kept under the sink in a cupboard and we found everytime we opened the cupboard door it smelt weird. Other than that it was a very nice holiday and a nice place to stay considering corona, all guidelines were kept too and we felt comfortable staying here.
We had a great time at the lanzarote palm. Was there this month for a week during covid. We went all inclusive. The food isn’t bad at all . All foods have different tastes when you travel different parts of the world , the odd bits of food was over cooked at times but it wasn’t bad . we also ate out a few times as there are many restaurants in the area . I think this hotel is ranged for people who are asleep by 10pm as anytime after that you will be told to Stay quite and they don’t like you out by the pool side past that time . I’m sure the bar closes at 11pm also . People are on holiday enjoying themselves so being out past 10pm is a normal thing . They have 5 nice cocktails to choose from. One beer on tap (San Miguel) and spirits. The cleanliness is great had seen staff jet washing the floor outside of the rooms every morning and the bar staff taking alot of time cleaning chairs and Tables . can’t fault the staff at all , the main guy that stood out to me went by the name of franklin. He Was a lot more friendly and happy To help us . All very nice and kind. Even the ladies at the welcome desk . The hotel has a nice look to it plenty of seating around the facility and even a pool table . They also have a speaker by the bar and of course the swimming pool . would go back next year and maybe many other times to come .