Hotel Design

      The facade of Seaside Los Jameos Playa is witness to the distinctive influence on the hotel of the traditional architecture of Lanzarote, with the high shutters and typical colour design of the walls providing an impressive example of the island's characteristic style. However, the high point of this traditional design is represented by the imposing Canary Islands balconies, the intricate wooden craftsmanship of which is reminiscent of their counterparts in Arab countries.

      The reception hall is flooded by light in the style of a 'patio Canario', the inner courtyard typical of the Canary Islands – a feature which reflects the Roman influence on Spanish architecture.

      The island's building style is continued in the hotel's own Canary Islands Museum of traditional craftsmanship. Here receptions can be arranged for events with large groups in an elegant and comfortable setting. The interior of the large hotel lobby is rounded off by an imposing wooden staircase.

      Seaside Los Jameos Playa was designed in the colonial style of the island of Lanzarote by pupils of the world-famous architect and artist César Manrique. His love and respect for the tradition and nature of Lanzarote had a great influence on his artistic work and the buildings he designed.

      In line with his philosophy and his respect for nature the hotel was restricted to a height of four storeys and enhanced with large sub-tropical gardens and an elegant pool landscape.