Apartamentos Club Guinate

1.5 out of 5 stars1.5 Star

C/ Princesa Teguise ,9, Puerto del Carmen, Las Palmas, Spain

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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 73% more than similarly rated 1.5 star hotels

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  • Couples76
  • Solo25
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Hotel Suggestions Please

by mandybailey

Hi All, I'm helping my sister and her family plan a holiday. She has 3 young children (age 1, 4 and 6 years). They like to stay in small, friendly, family run hotels/apartments. They don't mind if it's basic but they would like a swimming pool need a good location; close to town and the beach. Can anyone recommend somewhere?


Re: Hotel Suggestions Please

by Pijlmans

Hi Mandy,

We had a good time here, in Costa Tequise: http://www.puntajablillo.net/es/index.html

See here for my review: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/6117e/40883/3/

I don't know if it's family run or friendly as we didn't see the owners much. From what I can remember, the swimming pool is not very big, but that maybe good with small children? We mostly spend our time at the beach, that is nearby.


Re: Hotel Suggestions Please

by tango_jd

We went to Lanzarote twice in one year in 2006.
The first time we were in Atalaya appartments, Puerto Del Carmen and although they were quite a large complex (not huge) they had the feel of individual dwellings with pathways and multiple entrances etc. so you don't feel part of one great building.
Anyway, the resort itself was great - nice beaches, good shops and bars with reasonably-priced restaurants (in 2006)

The second time was to a large hotel which wouldn't suit your sister but the area would be perfect. This was in Matagorda which is 1 mile or so from the main resort of Puerto Del Carmen. There is a huge safe, sandy beach and most of the sea front is traffic-free with a wide promenade. There are fewer shops and bars but still plenty - and it is a much quieter part of the resort that my first suggestion.
It's right near the airport but the planes are not a problem as they sort-of come-in at an angle so they don't sound loud at all. It does mean that you can walk with the kids to the end of the resort and watch the planes come-in low above you which my grandson found highly amusing!
The mostly sandy beach is pocketed with areas of rock pools where the kids can safely fish with nets.
The short transfer from the airport to either of these places is a real boon when travelling with kids.
Don't forget the longer flying-times when compared with mainland Europe though.

Travel Tips for Isla de Lanzarote


by pikuu

Ocean is the home for thousends creatures. Most of them are unusual. Simply: totally different environment - completely other forms and living styles.

Observing the small ponds in the coastal lava rocks and above all snorkeling a bit you can find many charming creatures.

One of the most popular and most funny is the Hermit Crab. It use the snail shells as its home. This crab become nervous (but not dangerous) when you are too insistent observer:)

In small ponds you can also see vital shrimps and small fishes probably from the goby species.

True beauty is underwater. Here you can meet bigger goby fishes laying on the sand and also shoals of trevallys, seabreams (even stripped Zebra Seabream) and incredible Atlantic cornetfish looking like a swimming musical instrument. Coastal reefs are also home for funny fish called Gallinita. It has birdy beak, small fast functionning dorsal fin and hundreds blue sparkling spots. Cosmic creature!!

I listed only small part of Lanzarote sea-world. The most animals I saw there have unknown (for me) names. But I know that they are magnificent examples of nature diversity.

[CAMEL against LIZARD: the battle of symbols]

by pikuu

Lanzarote like the most travel destinations has its own set of logos, symbols, icons. Usually the most known and promoted signs are connected with popular animals, plants, monuments, customs.

On Lanzarote in every souvenir shops you can find cups, towels, jewellery and thousends unpractical things with CAMEL or LIZARD. Here is my vote in this neverending campaign: which one is the the most "Lanzaroted"?

Several camels live in the small centre near Timanfaya and they are used for tourist rides. That's all :) Lizards are not as popular here as they are on neighbouring island Madeira (see my Lizard tip) but you can meet these small creatures between coastal rocks or in the mountain. On Lanza two species were notified.

And...above all... lizard have much more in common than Camels with Lanzarote specific nature, with these lunar spaces (but not desserted - in the island's central part sand is rather seldom), with the red-beige-black areas . THat's my opinion :) Go lizards!


by nigelw6443

If you want local wine with your meal then you will probably have to buy a bottle and the local wine is not the cheapest. The only time I had this was in La Geria. Usually you are served Spanish wine by the bottle which comes in two sizes. Some restaurants offer carafes which are usually cheaper. I usually drink red wine but I found the white was better here. A nice cold glass of vino blanco

Ferry to Fuertuventura

by lomi

The Fred Olsen ferry leaves Playa Blanca five times a day for Fuertuventura.

There is a free bus service from Puerto del Carmen outside the Biosphere shopping mall, at 9.00 to catch the 10.00 ferry to Corralejo in Fuertuventura, the new high speed ferry takes 20 minutes. The ferry takes vehicles too. There is also a bus service to Playa Blanca from Costa Teguise.

In Fuertuventura there are white sandy beaches, restaurants and shops in Corralejo, spend all day there and return on the last ferry. Fantastic beach and conditions for windsurfers.

Costs about 15 euros single. Tel: 902100107

or website: www.fredolsen.es Now there is a passenger-only ferry to Corralejo from Puerto del Carmen harbour twice a day. Takes one hour.


by mustertal

Many of the beaches in Playa Blanca suffered badly from a hurricane and are yet not fully recovered.

Papagoaya beach in Playa Blanca is difficult to get to. There is a toll of about around ?5 to enter the beach. It is long and sandy the nicest beach on the island.
It does have nudist beaches. There are no sunbeds or umbrella's for hire on this beach. Just a large expanse of lovely sand.
If you have a hire car, this is the only part of the Island you are not insured to drive to as the road is uneven and difficult.
Jabillo beach in Costa Teguise is a favorite of mine built into a small bay, clear blue water,ideal for children and snorkeling
Puerto del Carmen has a nice long sandy beach and some rocky . The beaches in Lanzarote are mainly sandy, most of them have umbrellas and sunbeds for hire, the sea is clean clear and blue, most are blue flag beaches. Don't always have plenty of water and sun cream with you at all times.


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Address: C/ Princesa Teguise ,9, Puerto del Carmen, Las Palmas, Spain