"Nice location , close to a great clean beach /Town"
Great journey to the Hotel by Resort Hoppa . On arriving at OLE Olivina Lanzarote was greeted at reception by Andrea Falke with SUCH A SMILE that said Welcome we value your visit to this Hotel. I said as we are early for booking in may we leave our baggage somewhere. Andrea went onto her computer and said, we have your room ready, so off we went by her directions and in fact were only the 2nd room from reception. Any way on our stay I said that I think that every level of staff must have gone to SMILE school and they, all that we met, were helpful, efficient and smart. We cannot put praises high enough to be believed in the main about the complex and the TEAM within it .In fact we visited Puorto del Carmen some years back whilst staying on another part of the Island and are so pleased that we selected to return and to stay at this location. In all we shall return ,But 1st I must get my weight back down as the food was also great. Well done to all of the hotel's team throughout !!
Brilliant stay at this hotel at the end of June. Stayed bed and breakfast and the breakfast had everything that you could ever want. 20 minute walk to restaurants in Puerto del Carmen which sounds long but goes quiet quickly as walking along by the see. Was served uncooked chicken for lunch in the hotel unfortunately but was not a problem to send back and get another one. The majority of staff were friendly and helpful. Room great except two single beds tended to slide apart. Great hotel for the price.
Traveller from Cheshire
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Overall experience was good, checking in could have been organised better. Rooms were lovely and the food was great lots of choice as we went half board. The only disappointment was at the end as the courtesy room was dirty, considering it was a big hotel I did not expect this, it was poorly organised.
The hotel was immaculately tidy; the food was extremely good, it changed every night and there were so many healthy options for adults and children; the staff were incredibly helpful and friendly; the pool area was very well maintained and they constantly remind people about towels on unused sunbeds! Great location - A five minute walk to a beautiful bay which is perfect for snorkelling or 10- 15 minutes to the shops, main beach and big inflatable. we would definitely go back with family and friends.
Hotel and grounds are large but still struggled to find a sunbed every day. 90% of guests were English, loungers reserved with towels, although I think people just popped to get a drink or so. Afternoon snack is just pancakes/waffles for which a queue is for at least 15min. Drinks ok, beer Tropical not great, food variety extensive but quality not so impressive. Adult pool 18C. Rooms on a small size, were on the ground not looking over anything but ok baby cot provided. I think Puerto del Carmen has better hotels, too expensive for what you get.
Traveller from london
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the hotel is in the old town which is much quieter than the strip(new town) but still with plenty of good bars and restaurants. The room was very clean withloads of room and the kitchenette was well equipt.The only drawback is that the hotel has many steps so not so good if you have mobility problems.We would stay there again.
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Apartments Fariones are in a great location at one end of the strip and close to the Old Town / Harbour.
Breakfast was good although the coffee from the machines wasn't great.
Has a nice bar although a little expensive and the evening entertainment doesn't exactly draw a large crowd.
Overall a good location with plenty of choice of restaurants and bars in both directions.
The island’s biggest and busiest resort has two very different faces. Along the beachfront is a three-kilometre long, unbroken strip of shops, restaurants and night spots. By contrast, the old port is a picturesque spot busy with fishing and pleasure boats, and overlooked by restaurants and bars, many occupying a lofty balcony position on the hill. Adjacent, the swish marina of Puerto Calero offers excursions by yacht, submarine or catamaran.