ClubHotel Riu Paraiso Lanzarote Resort  

The four pools are the stars of this big hotel. And there’s a sandy beach just across the road, too.

This vast, whitewashed hotel is home to a great pool scene – there are four within the palm-filled gardens. Plus Playa de los Pocillos’ sandy beach is just across the road.

Dining is big news here, with RIU World, Mexican and Asian food among your options. The Asian place gets plaudits for its sushi. And in the evenings, entertainment ranges from cabaret to live music.

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  • 2Buildings
  • 2Floors
  • 598Rooms
  • Lifts: 4, and 4 in each main building

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks at set times.

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4 outdoor pools

Jump in or take a dip in any of the four pools. Two are heated from November to April. Sunbeds and parasols are dotted around the sun terraces for you to relax on.

International buffet restaurant

The international buffet restaurant is where you'll find breakfast, lunch and dinner on offer.It's a great place to visit for late breakfast after a lie in. There's also show cooking, watch the tasty dishes being prepared right in front of you. There's a themed buffet once a week, with poolside seating.

Swim-up bar

The swim-up bar is open in the summer months.

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twin room

These light and airy twin rooms sleep up to two adults and one child up to 12 years or they can be sold as a single. They come with a mini-fridge.

twin room with pool view

These light and airy twin rooms with a pool view can sleep up to two adults and one child up to 12 years. They come with a mini-fridge.

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ClubHotel Riu Paraiso Lanzarote Resort

Whilst this hotel appears to be very good, behind the scenes things were not. The largest nationality were Germans, with all the problems that brings. This meant that the entertainment, the guides, the entertainment team were not focused on other nationalities British children had great difficulty in understanding what was going on. The hotel was not disabled friendly. The food was very repetitive. The main courses were poor but with good salads and sweet counters. The drinks were of poor quality and probably watered down. I had eight large Tia Maria's one night with absolutely no effect. Staff not very friendly or helpful. The entertainment team were appalling, although funny on occasions at all the mistakes they were making. They mostly spoke German or Pidgin English which could not be understood. I would recommend that you go elsewhereMore

Dian John Y, Birmingham, United Kingdom

shame about the weather and the beds

lovely hotel, very clean, excellent food, bit dated, stayed in the main hotel, although the other part of the hotel appeared very nice too. bedrooms and bathrooms very basic, needed updating, and the beds left a lot to be desired. Staff very polite and helpful. I was taken ill and the reception staff were very helpful to my husband, arranging a taxi, and writing instructions to taxi and pharmacy in Spanish for him. I preferred the pool at the other side of the bridge , very noisy on the main side, with pool and air hockey tables constantly clattering.More

Judith C, York, England, United Kingdom

I challenge you to find one comfortable place to sit!

We stayed for a week and despite walking the resort from top to bottom, could not find any comfortable seating where you could just sit, relax, read, sunbathe - that includes the room we stayed in! The room we had was dark and tucked away, more like a cave than a room. The furniture was very uncomfortable and I ended up sleeping on the less uncomfortable couch. There are no coffee and tea facilities inthe rooms, which is a shame as you cannot accesss the machines after a certain time in the main ' dining' area. The one saving grace is that the food is good all be it repetative. They have three exclusive dining rooms as well as the larger buffet dinining. You need to book these in advance, but truly there is no point as the food is pretty much the same as in the main dining room. Last, but not least. Do not go here unless you want a 'hidy hi' type holiday.More

diverchickShropshire, Shropshire

Good Hotel

The outstanding thing about this hotel has to be the staff. We stayed for one week and every member of staff was friendly and helpful, we never saw a miserable face, unlike most hotels where there at least one or two who look like they would rather be anywhere else! The hotel is spotlessly clean, and in a good location across the road from a lovely beach. Fifteen minutes stroll takes you to the centre of Puerto De Carmen, or bus stop is five minutes form hotel. Food was a bit repetitive but for mass catering it was what you would expect. Being vegetarian we have found better all inclusive food, but we have also found a lot worse! My only wish would have been for a more sheltered area for the evenings...we avoided the in house shows abd could have done with a nice lounge to relax in. Obviously, later in the year the bar area would be a lovely place to hang out.More

DianaL068, Spalding, United Kingdom

Lovely Hotel across from beach

Stayed in this hotel from 15th March for 7 night's our first all inclusive and our first trip to Lanzarote and it didn't disappoint us. The hotel is around 15 mins from the airport so the transfer is short this included dropping people off at other accommodation first.The hotel is large as it has an adjoining hotel reached from reception via a bridge walkway this was the part we stayed in and our room had a terrace which always had sun looking over the quiet pool, it also had a small fridge and you could get free bottles of water from reception (it also had nobody above or below us so was nice and quiet). Our room was made up daily and towels changed at least twice with pool towels avialiable from the lifeguard the staff were extremely nice and always said hello. The food was really good and supprissed us both with great selection for breakfast and dinner, we didn't use the main restaurant for lunch but used the snack bars which had a nice selection. At both snack bars and the dining area you could help yourself to beer, wine and soft drinks with the cocktails and prosseco available from the bar areas. We used the Asian restaurant (yashima) which we needed to book at least 24hrs in advance but it was worth it with a good selection of dishes. I loved this hotel having only gone self catering in Portugal before we didn't know what to expect and I can quite honestly say that we would definitely go back. It can be chilly in the evening at this time of year so make sure you back a couple of jumpers and some trousers (ladies)More

Samantha B, Crawley, United Kingdom

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