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.
The BlueBay: The facilities that the hotel has to offer > A three story complex built around an attractive pool area. There is a main pool and a small pool for the children. The hotel and ground are...
The BlueBay: The facilities that the hotel has to offer > A three story complex built around an attractive pool area. There is a main pool and a small pool for the children. The hotel and ground are kept clean and in fairly good order. The pool bar is open from 10am serving drinks and snacks. The dining room is large and airy with the buffet food stations positioned so as to minimise the queuing. The lobby bar opens at 6pm and the service is quite. There is a clubroom on the other side of the complex. This has a long bar and a large dance floor. There is also a spar and gym for those so inclined. The Rooms > all rooms have balconies and, although the rooms form a square, most of the balconies have been positioned to get the sun. The rooms are in fact mini apartments with open sitting room with kitchenette, bathroom and separate bedroom. There is a TV with only one free station BBC World. Other packages are available to purchase. The safe costs 3.30 Euro a day. Wi-fi will cost 20 Euro for the week and it's not very fast. We had two issues with the rooms, both of which could be easily solved 1) there was not one draw for cloths or personal effects and 2) the mattresses need renewing, you could feel every spring head, or at least covering with a foam topper. Food and Drink > It's buffet for breakfast lunch and dinner. There was nothing wrong (or very exciting) with the food on offer but after a few days it began to seem very repetitive. OK for breakfast and lunch but we soon started to crave a sit down meal served to our table and ventured out in the evenings. The drinks were fine. Beer, wine and soft drinks were free flowing at the serve your stations in the dining room and pool bar. Spirits were local brands and for most this will be fine. Staff > The staff were great at all levels. Helpful, friendly and efficient. Hotel's position and surrounding facilities > Not much to write home about here. The hotel is positioned well up from the beach on the main road and a bit of a walk away from any activity. You would need to be fairly fit to go up and down to the beach or town each day. To sum-up if you want a week away on a budget this place will not disappoint. If you have five star aspirations, with a three star budget, go buy a tent!
Stayed the last week of Feb, it's a nice hotel and the staff were very helpful. It's officially a 3* though gets advertised in the UK as a 4* by online agents. The food was very good and rooms very...
Stayed the last week of Feb, it's a nice hotel and the staff were very helpful. It's officially a 3* though gets advertised in the UK as a 4* by online agents. The food was very good and rooms very nice, shower leaked quite a bit but we found a solution. The location is very good, not in the centre but not very far really and some good bars and restaurants near by.
We went with our grandchildren aged 9yrs and 7yrs old. We got a cab from the airport , which was quick and only cost €22. Check-In was very easy and the staff very friendly and polite. The rooms are...
We went with our grandchildren aged 9yrs and 7yrs old. We got a cab from the airport , which was quick and only cost €22. Check-In was very easy and the staff very friendly and polite. The rooms are perfectly acceptable and quite modern, we had a pool view which was nice. The food at the hotel was of a good standard with a good choice for everyone, the cold drinks were very good, but the coffee did leave a lot to be desired! The lobby bar was quite comfortable, but was really echoey and not a great place to spend an evening. We used the club Teatro and the kids really loved it, there was a disco for kids to start, followed by a reptile show or Parrot show or Birds of Prey which was quite informative as well as entertaining. We also saw a Magic show, Spanish dancers, A Very good Rat Pack singer, and a Brit Pop singer, they were all very good. There was Karaoke on two nights and it was a complete disaster as the is no real compere or MC to host it properly, if there was it could actually be a fun family night. The apartments were very clean and so were all of the public areas, the pool bar area was a pleasant place to sit, and a couple of cooking demonstrations took place there during our stay, the Paella was superb as was the Sangria. Our grandchildren really enjoyed the Kids Club and the girl who ran it made them feel safe and occupied them nicely. The Location itself was fine, there is a dirt track next to the hotel which takes you to a very nice coastal path which leads to the main resort and beaches. All in all we had a very enjoyable break away, the weather was not good, but that's just one of those things. The only real negative is that you have to pay €10 each for pool towels, plus a further €10 each refundable deposit, which I thought was odd for an all inclusive holiday. Would we go again? Definitely!
Winter feb holiday, just got back. Brilliant inclusive hotel, cannot fault it for cost, service, food, etc... Fantastic. Location great, staff really helpful. Now the not so good. Walls paper...
Winter feb holiday, just got back. Brilliant inclusive hotel, cannot fault it for cost, service, food, etc... Fantastic. Location great, staff really helpful. Now the not so good. Walls paper thin and some nights the drunks would come get in late (01.30am - 0200am), and than carry on for another hour. Tried to ring desk to complain... No answer. Keep away from block C, it's close to the night club. Some nights felt like a meeting place for local drunk northern working mans club, come out shouting, screaming and woman arguing etc. Who lets there toddlers run riot around the pool at 0100am in the morning without supervision????? Perhaps just unlucky with the company in hotel I guess. Would I go back? No. I Would pay and go upmarket to filter out the 'undesirables' who treat this as a booze holiday and just an extension from their normal weekly way of life.
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