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Where to Stay in Arrecife?
Arrecife’s El Charco de San Gine, a salt-water lagoon in the city centre surrounded by cute fishermen’s houses, is probably the more pleasant part of the city in which to find a room. The lagoon pushes into the centre of the town and there’s a pretty palm-tree lined promenade with little cafes, shops and restaurants from which to watch the small multi-coloured boats bobbing on the water.
Arrecife Accommodation Options
Despite Arrecife being a working city less geared to tourism than some of its neighbours, there are still plenty of opportunities to find a cheap hotel.
You can rent a basic studio or one bedroom apartment for two, check into a family-run guesthouse or opt for a little opulence in the handful of large hotels, although choice is limited if you want a hotel directly on El Reducto, the city’s lovely main beach. Try Hotel Lancelot which has a superb seafront location with sun terrace and luxurious swimming pool.
Many people own holiday villas within residential compounds here which they rent out – these give you a bit more space than a hotel room, there’s usually a communal pool and you get closer to the Spanish way of life, with shops and bars nearby.
Arrecife Hotel Recommendations?
Tallest hotel in Lanzarote – The Gran Hotel
Bungalow by the sea – Club La Concha apartments
Luxury beachfront – La Villa Vik Hotel
Transport in Arrecife
It’s likely your tour operator will transport you from the airport to the Arrecife but if you are travelling independently there is a very cheap bus link between the airport and Arrecife’s bus depot. Taxis are available but expect lengthy cues outside the terminal building. For travelling around Lanzarote, it’s advisable to hire a car.
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