A fantastic portfolio of pools, bars and restaurants adds to this luxury hotel’s beach-side setting.
This luxurious hotel really takes care of guests – from the welcoming glass of cava to the turn-down service at night. It’s ideal for beach lovers, too, with a sandy stretch just outside.
There are three pools, plus a smaller number for children, and an adults-only Jacuzzi® . When it comes to food, five elegant à la cartes cover world cuisine, while a selection of bars serve mellow music.
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3 buffet and show cooking restaurants - international 'Yaiza', Italian 'La Piazzetta' and Mexican 'La Hacienda'. Christmas and New Year's Eve gala dinners. Deluxe Half Board includes Half Board plus 4 extra restaurants - Japanese 'Kampai', Italian 'Don Giovanni', Tapas restaurant and gourmet restaurant 'Isla de Lobos'. Free minibar in room restocked daily with soft drinks, beer, wine, snacks, and complimentary tea and coffee making facilities.
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3 outdoor pools
There are three pools to choose from throughout the resort, so you can always find a quiet spot to relax and sunbath, read a book, or enjoy some energetic lengths. Surrounded by loungers and parasols and set within the palm-filled grounds, one of the pools is saltwater and there are two smaller children's pools too.
Yaiza international buffet restaurant*
This restaurant serves breakfast and dinner. There is show cooking where you can watch dishes being prepared right in front of your very eyes. Opening times may vary and you'll need to make a reservation.
Kikoland play area
Kikoland is a great place for children to have adventures, enjoy sports and play with new friends. With pools, tennis courts, games house and many more facilities, there is something for children of every age up to 16. However, children under 3 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
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twin room with balcony
These relax twin rooms are presented in neutral colours with wooden furnishings throughout. They come with a lounge, balcony, air-conditioning, satellite TV and Wi-Fi. These exlcusive adults only rooms sleep 2 and have added extras like gourment a la carte breakfast in La Isla del Lobos restaurant. There's also daily access to the Thalasso Centre enjoying A thousand and One Nights Circuit (sea water circuit, sauna and turkish bath).
twin room with sea view and balcony
Sea views enhance these relax twin rooms. They are presented in neutral colours with wooden furnishings throughout, and come with a lounge, balcony, air-conditioning, satellite TV and Wi-Fi. These exlcusive adults only rooms sleep 2 and have added extras like gourment a la carte breakfast in La Isla del Lobos restaurant. There's also daily access to the Thalasso Centre enjoying A thousand and One Nights Circuit (sea water circuit, sauna and turkish bath).
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We are just back from a week in Princess Yaiza hotel. This hotel is one of the best hotels I have been to and we had a fantastic week. Our room was lovely and had a great sea view. There was also a balcony which was great to spend time on when the beach got a bit windy. The heated swimming pool really made the holiday since it meant we could swim every day, even in January! The weather was warm and sunny and perfect for this time of year. We went half-board and the food was fantastic. The choice at breakfast was great and there were three restaurants to choose from for dinner. All the food was excellent and very well presented. All the staff were so friendly and professional. The location of the hotel is great. There is a lovely marina (Marina Rubicon) 10 minutesâ walk away with bars and restaurants and a pretty public beach just outside the hotel. We really recommend the Lanzarote Island tour â itâs a full day trip and you get to really see how beautiful Lanzarote is. I really canât think of anything that the hotel could have done to improve our stay. We canât wait to go back!More
View from room
Room C434. Meant to be garden/pool view not 'tree' view. A stunning hotel now getting spoilt by out of control trees swamping views on balconies. We were one of many that complained about this but the hotel management seem to continue to ignore this problem. We have stayed in this hotel countless times but our stay was ruined this time by the view, we like to sit on the balcony early evening and enjoy the last of the sun before heading out, not a chance this time. In fact the balcony was pointless. We asked to move but the hotel was full so they couldn't move us until 3 days before we went home. So disappointed, not what you expect from a 5 star luxury hotel at all. It's not acceptable. More
Something for everyone in the family
We just returned from a great week at the Yaiza. With two little kids (a 2 y/o and an 8 m/o), holidays can currently end up being more stressful than staying at home, but this hotel really has it sussed when it comes to catering for families. The kids club (kikoland) is not simply a room for the kids; it's a whole indoor /outdoor complex next to the hotel, broken up into sections depending on the children's ages with age appropriate playground areas for example. The overall space is safe and secure too with someone on duty at the gate. Our 2 year old was too young to be left unsupervised with the staff there (I think their policy is that children need to be 3) but we chose to go and hang out in kikoland anyway as it was such a safe enjoyable space for him. We left our 8 month old in baby kikoland a few times, which is in the main hotel. The two ladies there are amazing and my daughter was really content with them for the few hours. The food in the hotel is lovely. We had some lovely homemade pasta at don Giovanni's. We tried the buffet one night too and it was good. There's some dishes of the evening which are cooked by the chef from scratch in front of you (Asian stir fries etc) which is a nice touch. Really tasty selection overall and they even have baby food at the buffet! We stayed in A block and really liked our room, which got the morning sun. The walkway to the room is nice and airy and you feel almost outside as it has some open walls to the sea. Each member of staff we met was super nice and helpful. Some parts of the hotel do feel like they could do with a facelift- the area downstairs on the way towards D block has some old style couches for example. It's not the chicest /trendiest 5 star hotel, but for quality of service, location, facilities and overall feel, it's a real winner. We will definitely go back. More
Lovely winter break
Took a last minute break in January. Hotel was still busy with Christmas/New Year guests when we arrived but things quietened down over the weekend. Nice hotel, great suite (although no view as such we did get sun all morning) and lovely food.More
Excellent location in the south of Lanzarote
This hotel is big and very well appointed. Helpful staff and excellent facilities. Two huge pools, one of which is an unusual salt-water pool. Located just above one of the sandy beaches along this stretch of coast, but the beaches can get crowded, so retreating to the pool is quite nice! We had a suite, which was really very well equipped, with plenty of space and sea views. The only minor complaint we had was that this is a child friendly hotel (which is fine), but at breakfast, it would be better to seat those with screaming babies in one area of the restaurant and those who do not have screaming babies on the other side. There is not much relaxing about having a belligerant child with an equally belligerant mother at the next table. Food and drink is prohibitively expensive, but you are a short walk from some excellent restaurants where the prices are much more reasonable. I have never understood why hotels price themselves out of the market, and watch streams of potential customers leaving the hotel each evening. One other thing to watch for - there is water in the room, but apparently it is only free if you are on the right package, or have booked with the right company. Otherwise, it is chargeable. Check first, because it is expensive for what it is, but there is a supermarket close by which sells bottled water at a fraction of the price. Altogether a great location for a break in this area, and a very nice hotel...just watch the prices!More
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