Welcome to the isle of golden beaches and year-round sun. Explore Lanzarote’s volcanic terrain and take a camel ride at Timanfaya National Park, with its lunar-like landscapes and geothermal demonstrations, and take a camel ride through the volcanic terrain. Immerse yourself in the artistic legacy of César Manrique, a renowned local artist and architect. Visit his masterpieces such as the Jameos del Agua, a natural cave transformed into an auditorium and stunning pool, or the Cactus Garden, an impressive collection of thousands of cacti species. And delve into Lanzarote’s culture by visiting the traditional villages of Teguise and Haria.
Radisson Blu Resort, Lanzarote
Costa Teguise on the island’s western edge is the setting for this seaside Radisson Blu Resort. While close to the town’s amenities, the property has three places to eat, four swimming pools, a wellness centre, a programme of entertainment laid on nightly, and direct access to Bastián Beach, so you needn’t go far. 226 bedrooms are spread over three floors and two buildings, all of which received a complete sleek makeover in 2022. Choose a junior suite with king-size or twin beds, or a swim-up suite with your own terrace that leads onto one of the pools.
Fresh from a brand new contemporary refurb, this five-star hotel has three restaurants, a sleek ocean-view infinity pool area flanked by palms, a second rooftop-pool terrace, a nightclub and a cocktail bar. It’s found just a short walk from the lively Puerto del Carmen, on the edge of a sandy beach. Consistently rated as ‘excellent’ on TripAdvisor, Hotel Fariones’ 213 rooms all come with a balcony or terrace.
Also in Puerto del Carmen, Lani’s Suites are just 10 minutes from the airport beside an exclusive private beach. It’s an adult-only resort, exuding glamour and sophistication. Guests can book massages at the spa, and enjoy a chic gastronomic experience in the glass-fronted sea view restaurant. 25 designer suites come with a welcome half bottle of cava, champagne flutes, a Bluetooth speaker and a Nespresso machine.
Paradisus Salinas Lanzarote
The lagoon pool here was designed by famed Canarian architect Cesar Manrique, bordered by tropical gardens and two of the island’s loveliest golden beaches. A great choice for families, there’s a host of sports and activities for all ages, as well as a kids’ and adults’ entertainment programme. An all-day dining venue and Italian eatery are available at this stunning Costa Teguise property, alongside the nearby town centre options.
La Isla y El Mar
Reserved for adult travellers, La Isla y El Mar was the first hotel in the world to receive the Biosphere Responsible Tourism certificate, awarded by the Unesco Institute for Responsible Tourism. Alongside its 81 modern suites, is The African Secret, the hotel’s wellness centre, a buffet dining area and an on-trend a la carte restaurant. If you’re in need of some time in a cool, calm oasis, book a stay here.
Hotel THe Volcán Lanzarote
Close to the yachting paradise of Marina Rubicón, this resort has been styled on a traditional island village. 251 rooms are spread across 20 buildings, interspersed by four pools, three restaurants and a snack bar, as well as boutiques lounges and recreation areas. Additionally, guests can take advantage of extensive children’s facilities, or chill out in the adult-only zone, Club Volcán.