This completely refurbished resort offers new spacious apartments located in low white buildings, which are typical on the island of Lanzarote. The local area of Costa Teguise also provides many opportunities for water sports especially windsurfing, kite surfing, sailing, cycling and diving. The apartments are also situated close to the only golf course found on the island. An excursion to the national park of Timanfaya, with its volcanic lunar landscape, shows why this island is so special.
How far is the nearest beach?
The nearest beach is located 400 meters from the hotel.
Distance from Airport
The airport is situated 20Km from the hotel.
The rooms are spacious, completely redesigned and decorated in a minimalist style. All have bedroom with 2 double beds; living room with 1 double sofa bed; completely renovated bathroom with shower; flat TV; large furnished terrace; air conditioning; safety deposit box (charge).
Food & Drink
International buffet restaurant with show cooking, Lounge Bar, Pool snack bar, Disco bar with live shows.
Sports & Entertainment
The Lanzarote Bay Aparthotel has a large pool with a separate area for children and a completely new spa offering Jacuzzi, sauna, massage and more. The low buildings offer a sensation of space and well being with a large area for sun beds and ample scope for relaxation. If you want a bit more action then the hotel offers facilities for football, basketball, tennis and squash.
Children’s area, Spa area with Jacuzzi, sauna, Turkish bath, Ice pool, Vichy showers (extra charges), Tennis courts, Paddle courts, 1 multisport court, Fitness area, Gym, Table tennis.
Stayed here from 19 March for one week. Hotel was clean and comfortable. Food was okay but repetitive. Never stayed in a hotel before where you have to pay for safe and TV. We took our own towels so...
We booked BlueBay in the hope of having a week of winter sun and some family relaxation time. Unfortunately the weather wasn't up to scratch, however, that didn't spoil our holiday at all and we were able to wind down and have a bit of fun. We were travelling as an extended family group - two grandparents, myself and my husband, my brother (mid 20s) and our 15 month old son. Rooms The rooms were clean, tidy and modern, all with kitchen facilities, which was great for preparing snacks for our little one and keeping milk in the fridge etc. We were provided with a travel cot and bedding, which served its purpose. We also had spare blankets for our beds, though a couple of extra would have been nice considering it got quite chilly at night (had to wear pjs, socks and a jumper to bed one night). With a toddler and buggy we were allocated a ground floor room, it also meant we got a bath, not just a shower like the rooms on the upper floors. The only downside to having a ground floor room is that the terrace/balcony isn't enclosed, so I wasn't able to let my son play just outside the room while we got ready, for fear of him toddling off. My parents and brother were on the 1st and 2nd floors (great views from their balconies) the only problem being no lifts, so a bit of a pain to carry the cases up the stairs. Hotel Facilities The pool is huge and was very clean, if a little shabby in places. It was freezing cold though, so we only ever dipped our feet in. I guess in February the sun doesn't get strong enough to warm it up, so only the very brave dared go in. The locals told us we were really unfortunate with the weather that week too. The grounds are immaculate - I saw hotel staff tending to the garden and lanscaping areas each morning, clearing any rubbish and generally making the place look lovely. The toilets were always clean, though sometimes the locks were broken in the ladies. There is a little play area with swings etc, so we took our son there a few times - all well maintained and clean. Entertainment and Activities As a family we took part in the daily activities - rifle shooting, archery, pool and petanque. It was always fun and broke up the day a little. The instructors were friendly and it was a good way to get chatting to the other guests. The evening entertainment was a bit hit and miss. Some acts were embarrassingly bad but as the 'shows' are not really integral to our holidays we weren't that bothered. I know my parents enjoy bingo, 'play your cards right' and quizzes in the evening, so it would've been nice if there were a few of those. Food The food was excellent - no complaints whatsoever. Our group have very different tastes, from the conservative to the adventurous, but we were all well catered for. At breakfast there was full English, pastries, cereal, cold meat/cheese, fruit, yoghurt - very continental. At lunch and dinner there were always a variety of hot meals - meat, fish and veggie. Some nights there were themes (Mexican or traditional Canary Island for example). There was always loads of bread, a salad bar and a selection of desserts. The desserts weren't as good as the mains but the Spanish aren't known for their sweets anyway! My only (small) problem with the restaurant was the opening times. It always opened too late to fit in with my son's routine - it was bedtime (7pm) before the restaurant opened in the evening, so he had to eat his dinner separately, from the snack selection at the pool bar, then sleep in the buggy while we ate our dinner. Resort BlueBay is about a 20-25 minute walk along the beach promenade to the main resort. This might be a bit far for some people (those not so mobile or holidaymakers wanting to nip to the main bars/restaurants in town). It wasn't too bad for us - we just pushed the buggy and stopped at the playgrounds along the way. I was pleasantly surprised with the resort itself - it seemed quite upmarket. There are the usual holiday shops (buckets, spades, souvenirs) but also so lovely little restaurants and boutiques. We also visited a craft market one night and bought a local hand-made vase. The beaches and sea are clean, though we didn't swim given the chilly weather. I would say the 4* rating and price are exactly right for what we got. Overall we had a great week and would definitely consider going back again.
Blue bay was a great hotel and excellent value for money, staff very friendly rooms very big and clean, food good resort very good for walks and very clean, would return. but maybe a little later in...
Stayed here from 19 March for one week. Hotel was clean and comfortable. Food was okay but repetitive. Never stayed in a hotel before where you have to pay for safe and TV. We took our own towels so didn't have to pay for that. Didn't use wi-fi as you had to pay for that too. Our first stay at Bluebay and definitely our last
The hotel was very nice, but compared to BlueBay in Mexico much lower standard. Staff very nice and friendly. Food not very varied, but none of us would starve :) We traveled with a baby and...
Blue bay was a great hotel and excellent value for money, staff very friendly rooms very big and clean, food good resort very good for walks and very clean, would return. but maybe a little later in year as weather was not to good but it seems to be a one off,10 min walk to beach 30 min walk to main resort but a free bus is also avalible
I stayed at the BlueBay 8th - 18th March 2015 with my sister and daughter. Was the most relaxing holiday I have had. The hotel far exceeded our expectations in relation to what we paid. All the staff...
The hotel was very nice, but compared to BlueBay in Mexico much lower standard. Staff very nice and friendly. Food not very varied, but none of us would starve :) We traveled with a baby and pleasantly surprised us by giving us a room right next to the playground. The only thing which I could find fault with was the fact that a cursory cleaning. I had the impression that they spread only beds, are garbage, wash the floor and exchange towels. Toilet, sink and tub were not cleaned throughout our stay. It's a minus. Besides, it was really fun :)
Many people come on holiday to Lanzarote in winter due to it’s renown as a perennially sunny hotspot, with blue skies and winter temperatures averaging around 18° Celsius. It’s the summer peak that the island is famed for though when temperatures soar to around 28° Celsius. If you’re too hot, splash into the pool or get some watersports in on the beach!
As UK, Courses or boosters sometimes advised: hepatitis A (not normally for package tourists).
European Style 2-Pin Sockets, 220/225V
No visa is required for a stay of up to 3 months