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Lanzarote! Dithering...
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emski1972 · 24/01/2019 21:28

Ok so we went to Playa Blanca last year. Stayed at the Hesperia.
So for this Easter I’m looking at H10
princess again in Playa Blanca or the Jameos Seaside in Los Pocillos.
(I liked the Hesperia it was on the beach)
Kids are 6&8 and it will be just the three of us. So Id like a sociable evening.
Whatcha think?

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No1HolidayPlanner · 25/01/2019 07:52

My brother and his family stayed at Jameos Playa and loved it, we visited as we were in PDC. There is miles of beach in front of hotel. You can hire bikes and go for miles either direction along sea front. Lots of shops/restaurants. It is flat all around there so getting around is easy. Smile

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DippyDuck123 · 25/01/2019 17:36

We stayed at H10 Lanzarote Princess a few years back, it's only one toad ack from the promenade. It was lovely.

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thefemaleJoshLyman · 25/01/2019 21:51

We stayed at Jameos a few years ago. It was fabulous, I would love to go back.

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emski1972 · 25/01/2019 22:52

Aghhh thanks I can’t decide between the two!! Might go for Jameos and try another area. Although 10 mins from the airport do you think it’s realky noisy?

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AnaVanda · 26/01/2019 17:44

I don't recommend Pocillos. Playa Blanca is much nicer and prettier. Pocillos is a long road and long stretch of windy beach. When we stayed there, we ended up hiring a car so we could spend our days at Playa Blanca.

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