This palatial complex has four huge pools and an artificial beach. And the real beach is about a 25-minute walk away.
The pools are one of the biggest draws at this lavish complex – there are four of them, along with an artificial beach. The real beach, meanwhile, is only 25 minutes away on foot.
The buffet restaurant serves international dishes and a few local specialities, while evening entertainment comes in the form of live music and shows. And the international à la carte is open all day.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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4 outdoor pools
These four pools are linked by bridges and two of them are heated during the winter. They are shared with Maspalomas Princess and Tabaiba Princess. They come with sun terraces and a man-made beach laced with sunbeds and parasols.
You'll find breakfast and dinner on offer at the buffet restaurant along with show cooking in the evening. Lunch is offered in the buffet restaurant in the Tabaiba from 1pm to 3pm. Gentlemen are required to wear full-length trousers and a shirt for dinner.
La Hacienda Mediterranean à la carte restaurant*
This restaurant is open for lunch by the pool, with à la carte options and a tapas menu. Highchairs are available.
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Family Suite with Balcony
These family suite come with 2 balconies for extra outdoor space, as well as 2 bathrooms, a double bedroom, a separate lounge with a sofa-bed and air-conditioning.
Deluxe Double Room with Pool View and Balcony or Terrace
These spacious deluxe double rooms come complete with a pool view and either a balcony or terrace with sunloungers, offering that extra room outside. The rooms include a king-size bed, bathrobes and slippers, and air-conditioning.
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Over the years I have been to many Princess Hotels but this was the first time for this one. Absolutely no complaints. Staff were all friendly, food was excellent, plenty of sun loungers and with six pools room for everybody. Maspalomal is a pleasant 20 min walk away. (all on the flat ) shops were a bit expensive but you can get a reasonable cup of coffee or a drink. Sand dunes are quite spectacular. If you wish to go into the resort there are plenty of taxis usually outside the hotel. Cost about 4 euros. All in all I thoroughly enjoyed my break there. So much so I have already booked to go back there in September.More
The first time we visited the hotel it was adults only but this time we discovered that it was changed to a family hotel, the room was lovely and spacious, ( you have to pay for a fridge and safe), we had bought our own tea making items as none are provided. We had a lovely view, although for a few nights we had youngsters using the court to play football, once it was gone midnight and I did not want to go down at that time of night to complain. The staff were welcoming and friendly, always polite and very helpful. The grounds are outstanding time and thought have gone into making it lovely and pleasurable surroundings, there at least 6 pools all sizes to accommodate different ages. The food was nice and the service outstanding. We were able to catch local buses at low cost to visit other places. the walk to the beach takes in the sand dunes, camels etc.More
Hotel staff are exceptional
We always stay on the third floor as it gives great views. The restaurant serve a great variety of food and the staff are very friendly. We don't stay around the pool as we prefer the beach but the pool is huge and there are always enough sun loungers. Just ticks all our boxes.More
Kathy P, 190731
Lovely break away
I have just got back from a week away to this hotel. We had a lovely relaxing time here, I was worried due to the reviews I had read but I all I can see from staying is people nitpicking. We had a room on first floor, we didn't really have a view as palm trees in the way, but could still see a bit of the pool. The balcony had plastic chairs and tables which most hotels tend to have so no issues, room was a good size and beds were comfy and made up every day. The pool area is massive, and plenty of sun beds for everyone, they are not all on top of each other like others have suggested, yes there are no parasols but you can pick one up cheap at supermarket behind hotel. You do have the sun bed reservers but don't all hotels have this? Didn't stop us getting a good spot. Reception staff lovely, Thomson reps helpful I would say the staff (not all) on the hotel pool bars are slow and take their time in serving you preferring to chat to each other or just ignore you. This I didn't appreciate. We were half board, I would say the food is ok, not the greatest, I'm a fussy eater and managed to find something to eat, yes they have plenty of options but I do think the quality needs to be improved. We ate out quite a bit in meloneras which is an amazing place, and is a 20/25 min stroll by sand dunes, a taxi there is only 3.50 euros. Overall great hotel, lovely area once you have a wander. We would def return. More
Kara J, 186425
We cannot fault the hotel, room, staff or the pool area. We had a very pleasant stay but the only let down would be the food. We had a half board package but decided to eat out every night. Would go back but self catering. More
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