Two ocean-view pools steal the show at this grand hotel. The entertainment is well worth staying in for, too.
There’s a colonial feel to this stylish hotel, with its high ceilings and dark-wood detail. But the first thing you’re likely to notice is the ocean view – it’s particularly impressive from the two lagoon pools.
A mix of local and international dishes makes the menu in the buffet restaurant, while the entertainment features everything from piano music to flamenco dancing. The nearest beach and bars are only a 10-minute walk away.
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Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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2 outdoor pools
The lagoon-style pools come with sunbeds and parasols dotted around the surrounding sun terraces. There are tropical trees on the terraces providing that bit of extra shade, plus there's a whirlpool bath too. Pool towels are available.
La Caleta buffet restaurant
You'll get breakfast and dinner here at the buffet restaurant. There's themed nights twice a week, weekly gala buffets and show cooking, where you can watch dishes being prepared right in front of you. Dinner is between 6pm and 9pm in winter. Special dietary requirements can be catered for if reception are advised at least 48 hours in advance. If you'd like an à la carte item that isn't available from the buffet, a charge will apply. Just so you know, gentlemen will need to wear long trousers in the restaurant for dinner.
There's a hotel-run kids' club and disco for ages 4 to 12 years.
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These double rooms with their neutral walls and classical style can sleep up to three. They come with two beds and a sofa-bed as required, plus bathrobes. Minibar at a charge.
superior double room with sea view
These superior rooms with their neutral décor and sea view can sleep up to three. They come with two beds, a sofa bed as required and bathrobes. Minibar at a charge.
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Amazing Hotel, friendly staff.
On arrival to the hotel was greeted by a lovely receptionist with a glass of sparkling wine or orange juice. we had up graded to a superior room which had a large bathroom, large beds and a lounge area with a settee that converted into a bed settee, large balcony with sea view. the food is amazing with a choice of all meats, fish, cheeses salads to choice from every evening, a must is be there at 6 30 on a Tuesday night as it is fish gala evening, and they do put on a show. lunch at the pool side bar had a good choice, but just felt sometimes that the staff were a little slow in service, always very friendly though. there are two large swimming pools one being a sea water pool which was great as there is not really any beach of any size close by. sun beds are of the plenty, but bed reserving is not allowed people still did so, as long as you were on your sun bed before 9.30 they did not put a notice on your towel. There were several people that had returned many times to which is a truly special hotel, all be it out of the resort and only a short taxi ride from playa Blanca, it is kind of out on a limb. A great hotel if all you are looking for a relaxing holiday and get away from everything.More
LauraWks, Truro, United Kingdom
Constant building and stollen jewellery
Stayed at this hotel in May this year. Constant building noise, but to make things worse I reported my wife's jewellery was left behind and reported this to the hotel who have not had the decent courtesy to contact me to resolve the matter. Safes are in reception area so be aware as it would there are wealthy members of staff. Very disgruntled and not returning customer.More
Peter T, Warwick, United Kingdom
Another stay at Natura Palace. We have been here so many times we have lost count. This has got to be the number one hotel in Lanzarote, not just Playa Blanca. The hotels best asset is its staff. They are all exceptional without doubt. Nothing is too much trouble and its always amazing to see how they deal with so many different languages. The food here is superb, something for everyone. Morning coffee is excellent...I always have two strong cups which always keeps me awake for a few hours when on the sun lounger by the pool, which is spotlessly clean and a great way to cool down after lounging in the sun, Don't forget to use the poolside showers. The dinning room has now got an outside eating area which is protected from the wind and is lovely for breakfast. Our room was bright and spacious with a fantastic view. (A nice touch was a telephone call the next day to ask if our room was alright and if we needed anything.) it was spotlessly clean, always fresh towels, soap and shower gel/shampoo. The air conditioning in the room was quiet and worked really well which made it comfortable to sleep at night, even though it was close to 30 degrees outside. Room temperature was set with a thermostat and was easy to control. There is a small shop across the road from the main entrance where you can get most things you may need... Try it, the owner is a really nice guy..and speaks excellent English, Of course there is a small shop in the hotel just to the left of reception but it is a little expensive. Reception staff are excellent, again nothing is to much trouble. The safes are located behind reception and to us are much better than having them in your room. We never worried about our valuables for one moment and never had any issues with access or privacy. If you are going down to the Rubicon Marina the other side of Play Blanca and you like coffee, pop in to the little illy coffee bar there, Excellent coffee and lovely owners. The beer at the hotel is San Miguel and is excellent. One final thing and this is to ALL the staff.....thank you for making our stay so relaxing and excellent.....can't wait to come back and see the new pool bar...any pics? Warmest Regards Paul and MaryseMore
coffeedog_10, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Brilliant, relaxing week in a superb hotel
Spent 7 nights at Natura Palace from 12th July with hubby, 21 year old daughter and 15 year old son. Arrived quite late to be greeted with a glass of cava and a cold supper as we had missed dinner. I had requested adjoining rooms direct to the hotel which they provided us with, our rooms overlooked the pool and the sea and got the evening sun. The hotel is beautiful, glass fronted and marble interiors, very imposing. The rooms are large and clean although could do with some updating, there are no safes in the room which I would expect as standard these days and the air conditioning worked but was difficult to control. Tea/coffee making facilities are not provided but can be requested....at a cost of â¬8 per person per day! For a couple this would be about Â£78 a week,the receptionist did suggest we buy a travel kettle as I think even she realised this was very expensive. Pool towels are free from reception and can be changed every 3 days, why not daily I don't know although no one seemed to check this. I was reprimanded by Miranda (receptionist) for returning a damp towel, she said in future please make sure it is dry! I did contact reception one day to ask if they would speak to a lady by the pool who was playing her music through speakers for everyone to hear, I was told that he was the only member of staff available and would try and contact someone, needless to say nothing was done. I did feel that there could have been more staff around as I noticed that the pool area was not cleaned daily, litter had blown around and was not cleared from under bushes by the pool. However the rest of the hotel and the rooms were spotlessly clean. The food was amazing, cannot speak highly enough of the choice and quality and service, complimentary cava at breakfast as well. I expected to eat out a couple of times but there was no need as the dinners were the best we have ever had abroad. Marea bar, out of the gate towards the prom and to the right is a lovely cool relaxing, comfortable place to have lunch or a juice or frappe, I believe it is owned by the hotel. Lovely walk along the front to Playa Blanca and only â¬5 for a taxi from the hotel to Marina Rubicon, the newest part of Playa Blanca where there are some trendy bars and lots of yachts to admire. The weather was hot but with a lovely warm breeze so very bearable, I would definitely go back and hopefully see the new pool bar that is being built at the moment.More
Heather H, Ashby de la Zouch, United Kingdom
A fantastic place! The perfect relaxing retreat.
Myself and my partner have just returned from a 2 week stay at the Natura Palace. What a fantastic place indeed. A lovely 30 minute walk into the main playa blanca 'strip' along the seafront. Staff were great. Our room was cleaned daily with fresh towels being replaced at our request which happened to be everyday. Rooms were good. One main improvement would be our room had a picture on the wall above the dressing table, and it would be better to have a mirror here instead of the picture as its hard for my better half to get ready in a steam filled bathroom (something about frizzy hair ... Lol). Maybe another improvement would be steam extractors installed in bathrooms to get rid of steam when getting ready. Food was exceptional. Such a variety to choose from and all cooked to perfection. We went bed and breakfast which was perfect for us. The pools were great. A bit cold at first, but as the weather warmed up - so did the pools. Overall, a great holiday experience and we would definitely return. Ps. We had room 1321 - highly recommend as the views of both the sea, fuertaventura and the pools are excellent!More
poc_uk24, Rotherham, United Kingdom
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