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Overview
The Los Hibiscos Apartments rests in a prime position facing the Sea in the heart of Puerto del Carmen, on the island paradise of Lanzarote. Just a short walk to the main leisure activities in the area, this charming property provides comfortable accommodation for couples and families with 142 one bedroom apartments surrounded by tranquil gardens and a sparking swimming pool. The Los Hibiscos Apartments provide an excellent base for those wanting everything close at hand including shops, restaurants, bars and water sports.

How far is the nearest beach?
The nearest beach is approximately 50m away from the establishment.

Distance from Airport
Lanzarote Airport is 7 km from the hotel.

Rooms
The Los Hibiscos Apartments features 142 spacious one-bedroom apartments decorated in bright colours. All units have a private bathroom (WC, bath or shower), twin beds, American kitchen with fridge, coffee and tea making facilities and basic items, living room with couch, flat screen Satellite and Cable TV, safe box (rental EUR 2 per day), Wi-Fi Internet access (rental), and a large balcony (or terrace) most of them with sea view and/or pool view.

Food & Drink
Self-Catering apartments that have options for Bed and Breakfast, Half Board, and All Inclusive bookings. The Mar Hibiscos restaurant has buffet of international cuisine and a range of snacks, and a pool bar with terrace. The hotel is a close to a selection of restaurants, shops and bars only a short walk away.

All Inclusive
Breakfast, Buffet, Restaurant, Daily: 08:00 - 10:30.
Morning Snacks, Pool Bar, Daily: 10:30 - 13:00.
Lunch, Buffet, Restaurant, Daily: 13:00 - 15:00.
Afternoon snacks, Pool Bar, Daily: 15:00 - 19:00.
Dinner, Buffet, Restaurant, Daily: 19:00 - 21:30.

Drinks:
Locally produced Alcohol; Locally produced non Alcohol, Pool Bar, Daily: 10:30 - 23:00.
Los Hibiscos apartments are positioned on top of a hill and is within walking distance of restaurants, bars and shops.

Sports & Entertainment
In the grounds is an outdoor swimming pool with children's section, poolside snack bar and a sun terrace with sun beds. Please note the pool is closed from 7pm to 10am daily. For children there is a playground.

Timanfaya National Park is 10 minutes away and 15 minutes from the sandy beaches of Papagayo. The island's capital, Arrecife, is just 6km away.

   

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

Based on 466 reviews
 

Very nice place to stay

30 June 2015

This was our first visit to puerto del Carmen and we bother enjoyed it very much,we stayed for 7nights at the Los hibiscos all inclusive,we have never gone all inclusive before but we're not...

We have just returned from Hibiscus apartments lanzRote they had just closed down for a month and renovated everywhere. The apartment was really big we loved having a separate bedroom. The bathroom was a typical Spanish style room but clean and the shower although dated worked really well.there was also a large room which had a fridge freezer cooker all the cups plates glasses you needed also saucepans brand new kettle and cutlery,TV on the wall and a large settee . The balcony overlooked the sea. Our beds were changed 4 times in 10 days and towels changed every other day. Can't fault the cleanliness and staff can't do enough for you ....only down side is the food ..very little choice and deserts were almost non existent .however we ate out several times and local food was lovely and very cheap. The beach is only a few minutes walk away. Lovely place for a relaxing holiday.

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Amazing third time going back September Whoopi

30 June 2015

Excellent all round all inclusive. OK so the food isn't 5 star if you want that then maybe pay a lot more for your holiday. Oh and yeah there's no entertainment but they don't advertise there is...

Me, My girlfriend and soon to be 3 year old daughter arrived at the resort on the 18th June 2015 and stayed for 10 days. We were transported to the hotel by taxi (15 Euro) with the journey taking around 8 minutes. We arrived at the hotel at around 11 o clock, where the lady at the desk informed us that we couldn't gain access to our room until 2 o clock, but we could take advantage of the all inclusive at 12. The lady politely pointed us to a room where we could leave our cases whilst the time lapsed until 2. After a little walk and a drink it was soon 1:30 and after querying the receptionist , we were allowed in the room at this time as the room was ready. We were allocated room 203 which was in the C block (closest to the restaurant). The rooms were clean with 2 single beds and the corner sofa as the 3rd bed. Due to our young Daughter, we easily moved part of the sofa to our bedroom which was left alone my the maid. Furthermore, the kitchen/dining area was immensely spacious with a Samsung TV on the wall, fridge freezer, hob and toaster. The room was cleaned every other day with fresh towels. We got the impression the room had only recently been refurbished as the room was different to the photos we had seen on here before the break. Also, 5 days into our stay we were issued new green towels rather than the old blue ones. In addition, the pool also seemed to of had a makeover as the little island in the middle of the pool is now painted green. The main pool and children's pool was a decent size and depth. The pool opened at 09:00 where the amazing lifeguard and entertainer Alberto opened the gate so we could reserve the sunbeds. Generally, if you was down 10 minutes before opening you would be first in the que. 09:10 and you would be struggling to get hold of a sun bed. However, apart from breakfast and lunch, if you was away from your sunbeds for more than 20 minutes then you would have your towel removed by Alberto. This would only happen if people arrived at the pool and there was no beds available and towels were on the beds but not being used. We found this out on the 3rd day of our stay as we had taken a good couple of hours away from the pool with a walk and light lunch in the old town. As far as we were concerned, the life guard was right to take our beds - if we weren't using them then others should! Alberto was fantastic! If you needed a sun bed - he would find you 1. If you wanted to move it to the other side of the pool - he would carry it! If the bed was broken - he would go out of his way to fix it. He would regularly walk around the pool picking up empty cups, full ash trays, emptying bins and generally interacting with people. He made a real fuss of the young children and even gave my daughter a certificate at the end. Alberto was also ran the entertainment through the day which if I am honest, wasn't the best. All staff were really helpful but Alberto was by far the best. Balls and float were provided by the hotel for all people to use Right...food! Breakfast was buffet style which was served from 08:00 to 10:30 - sausage beans egg toast etc. We had breakfast nearly every day as we found the meal best to our taste. Snacks were served from 10:30 to 13:00 at the pool bar - sandwiches and croissants. Lunch 13:00 to 15:00 in the restaurant. We only attended 3 times as the food didn't seems to vary much and wasn't the best standard. 'Picnic' 15:00 to 18:00 served at the pool bar - hotdogs and pizza. Dinner 19:00 to 21:30. Again we only attend 2/3 times as again the food wasn't the best and not really changing. Ice - cream was served all day. Strawberry and chocolate which came in yoghurt pots. We went out most nights and ate out at the bars/restaurant on the main strip which was a stones throw away. Depending what you ate and drank we usually paid between 2-3 Euro a pint for Tropical (Lager) with Fosters, Carlsberg, Carling in general were usually 2.5 to 3.50 Euro a pint. Most meals were priced at around 7-8 Euros ( lasagne, fish and chips etc). The shops were also cheap for perfumes, cigarettes and alcohol. Most perfumes/aftershaves 100ml were around 40 Euro. 200 sleeve for Marlboro was about 28 Euro ( if I remember correctly (not a smoker) and you could get a litre of Smirnoff vodka for 9 Euro which works out at just under £7!!! Its £15 when its on offer in England!! We also had to change some money into Euros where we got a rate of 1.39 for cash and for cheques the rate was 1.41. The rate at home was 1.33. Through the first few days of our stay we got talking to other people who had returned to the hotel from a previous visit and as the week passed...more and more seems to of come back which I was quite impressed with. Me and my family will definitely be heading back to the resort. Everything was clean, with friendly staff, in the right location and with the weather easily in the 20's you just cant go wrong. The receptionist even printed by return boarding tickets off free of charge (Ryanair) and also borrowed us an adaptor for the plug Even though the food was bang average, the option of all inclusive still was the best decision. It worked out at around £12 extra a day for ALL 3 of us per day!! We got that easily in drinks and ice cream - NO BRAINER. Apart from the food, the only flaw with our stay was the location of the room. We could hear the restaurant at around 6/7ish in a morning and we could also hear upstairs flushing the toilet. It seems the pipe run at the back of the wardrobe which was quite loud and you could often smell sewage in the wardrobe if it had been shut all day. However this didn't cause clothing to smell. When we go again next year I will be asking for a top floor room (4th floor) and to be in block B away from the restaurant. But overall, a fantastic hotel and holiday

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Great location, but go self-catering

29 June 2015

Just returned from a weeks holiday with 6 friends, mixed gender group (3 men, 3 women). I'll summarise the main points: Pool - good size, and round in shape which I found really unique, but...

This was our first visit to puerto del Carmen and we bother enjoyed it very much,we stayed for 7nights at the Los hibiscos all inclusive,we have never gone all inclusive before but we're not disappointed,there was always more than enough to eat and the set times for each meal were great,where else to you get breakfast served between 7-30& 10-30,,great,,,we had a one bedroomed apt with a sea view that was very clean and had everything you could want,the hotel bar closed at 11pm which meant the hotel was very quiet at night,which was good because there was guests of all ages,reception was very helpful and politeif you needed anything,the staff worked very hard but always managed a smile,,so impressed we came home and within two days we had booked for next year,we would definately recommend this hotel.

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good but basic

23 June 2015

booked last minute with jet2. arrived on 11th may until 18th may. On arrival at reception myself and my wife were immediately impressed as the lady on reception without prompting noticed my wife used...

Excellent all round all inclusive. OK so the food isn't 5 star if you want that then maybe pay a lot more for your holiday. Oh and yeah there's no entertainment but they don't advertise there is. It's a bonus really no stupid a ts that you see year in year out same and boring. This give a chance to chat to other guests or just sit and chill or go just 4 mind down onto the street where you can get as much entertainment as you like. The staff are really friendly, life guard EXCELLENT he does everything an a.azing guy Alberto. Just can't wait to go back in September.🏆🏆👍👍👍☀☀

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Additional Information

  • Timezone Atlantic/Canary
  • Language Spanish
  • Currency Euro

Facilities

  • Bar
  • Cafe/ Snack Bar
  • Currency Exchange
  • Gym
  • Hairdryer
  • Internet Access
  • Kids Playground
  • Laundry Service
  • Lifts
  • Luggage Storage
  • Pool Bar
  • Pool/Billiard Table
  • Reception
  • Restaurant
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Satellite TV
  • Sunbathing Terrace
  • Swimming Pool
  • Terrace
  • Turkish Bath
  • Whirlpool
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Tourist Information

Weather

Lanzarote basks in year-round sunshine and warm temperatures. This Canary Island averages temperatures around 18° Celsius in winter and often rises above 26° Celsius during August's peak season. Soothing Atlantic breezes keep you from getting too hot on holidays in Puerto del Carmen, but don't be deceived; the rays are harmful, so get out the sunscreen and rather than going pink, get tanned!

Jabs

As UK, Courses or boosters sometimes advised: hepatitis A (not normally for package tourists).

Electricity

European Style 2-Pin Sockets, 220/225V

Visa

No visa is required for a stay of up to 3 months