IBEROSTAR La Bocayna Village
What We Love
- All-inclusive bungalow living at a chilled holiday village on Lanzarote's south coastThe home-from-home feel of your own private bungalow
- The buffet restaurant, featuring show cooking
- Having a bunch of top beaches within reach - Playa Blanca, Bahía de las Coloradas and Playas de Papagayo
What To Know
- You can arrange windsurfing, diving, and other water sport excursions through the hotel
- Relax around the pool with Balinese daybeds, umbrellas, and hammocks
- Free WiFi
IBEROSTAR La Bocayna Village’s attractive cluster of charming bungalows in southern Lanzarote nestles within easy reach of some of the island’s best beaches. The dramatic mountain backdrop and imaginative use of volcanic stone around the resort’s grounds adds to its impact. There’s a real home-from-home atmosphere here, with a welcome injection of hot Spanish sun.
Your roomy bungalow is nicely private, set among landscaped gardens, and with your own sun-dappled private terrace, you can choose to pass lazy days in complete seclusion or venture to the centrepiece of the resort – its delightful free-form swimming pool.
The main restaurant has a flair for great show-cooking buffets and there’s a well-equipped spa with large open-air hydromassage whirlpool you’ll want to get stuck into. IBEROSTAR La Bocayna Village received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
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Really nice bungalows which are well set out and spacious but the beds are back breaking (I preferred the sofa),the place is immaculately kept and the staff are friendly and courteous BUT for God sake turn the heating on in the pool before November ! I have swam in the North Sea but that is pleasant compared to the pool,the few that actually walked to the pool took ages to get in if they actually did,not quite what you expect when you go on holiday....more like I'm a celebrity lol
Arturo,Maria,Mohammed and David provide an excellent service and thank you but the menu and quality of food fails for me,we went elsewhere to eat despite having all inclusive
The artistic element of the place is vibrant and worth a mention well done
My wife and I stayed for half term week at the end of October. Arriving in rain was not what we expected but a free drink on arrival helped. Our accommodation was private, quiet, very clean and we had everything we needed. All the staff were friendly and helpful, we quickly started to look forward to breakfast and dinner - excellent variety and the house wine was good - and a few minor maintenance issues were resolved immediately. Yes, the pool was cold but no one seemed to mind and the sea was warm. Overall we had a lovely time and aim to return.
Just stayed there for the half-term. Excellent hotel with amazing views. Stayed half board, good selection for breakfast with omelettes made to order. Evening meal was a mixture of self serve but with the addition of a choice of main dish from 2 meat, 2 fish or a vegetarian option. Cooked and brought to your table. Even our fussy 15 year old liked the food. Staff all polite and as other reviews have said nothing is too much trouble. Bulbs on our terrace were replaced within 30 minutes, spa tub cleaned when requested. Our bungalow was huge - will be back