The apartments were attractive, and built in traditional Lanzarotean style. There was a small balcony off the bedroom, with views of a pretty bougainvillea-lined street and the sea in the distance. The dining / sitting room (the sofa of which converted into a bed for our teenager) was spacious; the kitchen was separated from it by an arch.
There was an outside seating area at the front of the apartment, which got lovely afternoon and evening sun. It overlooked the hotel pool, and you could also see the sea in the distance (we were on the 1st floor.)
The reception of the apartments was very attractively decorated with traditional pottery and pictures, and it had lots of books and magazines that you could borrow.
There was a public garden you could cut through from the apartments to reach the nearby beach. From there you could walk along a path to the main part of the resort (Ave el Jablillo), and to the large beach (Las Cucharas) beyond.
I loved the location, very quiet and yet near the centre. Would definitely return.