Hotel Club Jandia Princess  

Families have plenty to keep them busy at this hotel. And grown ups will love the extra pools, restaurant and chill-out area they can exclusively use when they book an adults-only room.

Getting to the beach is easy here – steps lead straight to it. Meanwhile, the tropical gardens are home to four big pools – three of them just for over 18s staying in the adults-only rooms. There's a big buffet restaurant for families, and a place exclusively for guests staying in the adults-only section, too.

On top of pools and restaurants, the grounds are home to tennis courts, a children’s petting farm, and an adults-only wellness area. In the evenings, live acts take centre-stage.

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Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. 1 visit to the à la carte restaurant is included, and, if staying in the adults-only section, 1 visit to the Mediterranean restaurant.  Unlimited local alcoholic beverages and soft drinks 10.00-23.00. Afternoon tea also available.  Snacks, cakes and pastries at set times. Ice-cream 11.00-17.00.

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Wellness centre*

You've got a Turkish bath, Zen area, sauna, whirlpool and gym. And there's a variety of massages to pick from too.

Daytime activity programme

Various activities to take part in, such as water polo, darts, aqua gym and pilates.

Kids' club

It's a hotel-run kids' club for children aged 4 to 12 years with a mini-disco everyday.

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double room - adults-only section

These double rooms are in the adults-only section. They have a bright feature wall and colourful furnishings and sleep up to three with a double bed and a sofa-bed or similar.

double family room

The double family rooms are bright and colourful. There's a balcony or terrace for some outside space, too.

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Lovely Holiday

We visited mid August with friends for 7 days, we stayed in the Adult only section & had silver wrist bands, the silver wrist bands were more than good enough for our party, I wouldn't recommend upgrading for 21 Euros per person too the black wrist bands as this only gains you a couple hours of extra drinking time and branded drinks, the local drinks were just as nice and the local beer in my eyes has a nicer taste than the upgraded Heineken bottles. The food was good but not great as the cuts of meat weren't always the best cuts, the BBQ restaurant was the best meal we had there during our stay. The hotel is clean throughout, the rooms are cleaned daily to a very good standard. The pool areas are nice and very relaxing in the Adults only area, we loved the swim up bar. The entertainment was okay to good for Adults, all the staff do there best & from viewing were excellent for families with children. I would recommend this hotel for a week or a 10 day stay but maybe not for 2 weeks as the food would get very repetitive. The beach is excellent but was a bit choppy on a couple of occasion, we as adults loved this and it was great fun trying to keep your balance, but I would be very watchful if you have children. We had a most enjoyable stay and feel we got good value for money. Thanks goes to all More

Matt A, Watford, United Kingdom

Fantastic week!

My boyfriend and I stayed at Fuerteventura Princess Hotel 2 years ago and this year we decided to go all inclusive at Club Jandia. We had a fantastic week on holiday here. The hotel was lovely rooms were kept clean and tidy, staff were friendly and the food was excellent quality with a great variety compared to other hotels we've stayed in. However when you got up from your seat to go and get more food you had to be careful that they didn't clear your table away as often we found other people in our seat! This wasn't a problem unless it was busy and sometimes struggled to find another table!! Tip - leave a full drink on the table along with maybe a jacket or sunglasses, they didn't tend to clear your table then! The only other thing that let it down for us was the entertainment at night, after a meal we like to watch the entertainment with a few drinks, however it was awful and not worth watching! The entertainers would mime with a voice over to productions like Grease and Lion King and it was very disappointing, also there is nowhere else to go outside the hotel without taking a taxi, so the nights were very quiet! We found that this was the only downfall for us. We had the silver band (not premium - black) and the drinks were not bad at all, 4 different cocktails were included along with beer, wine and spirits, there just wasn't enough staff to accommodate busy times of the day. A few complaints we heard during our week is that if you have children you are not allowed in the adult areas of the hotels as you are given a blue band, however this is not made clear on the website when booking as those people paid the same amount as us and we had a silver band and could drink wherever and whenever we liked! There was plenty of pools to accommodate for the number of people, there was even cava, water and peanuts/crisps on pool side to help yourself throughout the day. The best pool was the one with bar stools in the water to have a drink while in the pool! There are many excursions to choose from, we went jet skiing and really enjoyed it would definitely recommend, 2 years ago we went on the lazy days cruise and that was brilliant, if you want a relaxing half day definitely choose the cruise, unlimited drink with a meal included and chance to jump into the sea and go snorkelling! Overall a fantastic holiday destination, a lovely hotel with excellent staff just the entertainment was very disappointing!More

Zoe D, Shropshire, United Kingdom

Lovely hotel but nowhere near 4*

Visited this hotel from the 15-27 August, although the hotel is very pretty to look at and kept very clean and tidy, it is nowhere near a 4* premier. It is situated away from the main resort of Jandia which can be reached by car or taxi for about 7 Euros and is well worth a visit, the steak house down there do a mean steak really cheap. The men having to wear long trousers at night is a joke, when some women come in looking as they have just come off the beach. The food is very repetitive and not up to 4* standard, the queuing for food and tables at meal times, is like being back at school waiting for someone to get up and leave, before you can sit down. There are just not enough staff at the bars to cope with the queues, although all the staff were friendly and worked extremely hard there were just not enough of them. There was no tea/coffee facilities in the room which I found surprising ive stayed in loads of AI hotels around the world and this was the only one which had no tea/coffee facilities in the room, no free safe, no free wifi or free computers, having to pay for the Balinese beds, not having clean beach towels everyday, makes this hotel below par with other 4*. We hired a car for several days and toured the island from top to bottom and saw some amazing beaches and villages which was a quicker and easier way than doing the organized tours plus we got to Correlejo at the top of the island in 90 minutes, the rep said it took 4 hours on the bus. The pools were nice apart from the swim up bar which looked a very suspicious colour. Occasionally children were in the adults only sections and their parents did not seem to be challenged about this. The wind is also gustier at this hotel than all the other resorts and was too cold to sit out at night. We never saw the entertainment as we travelled as a couple on the silver wristbands, the upgrade to black at 400 euros as a couple, just to receive branded drinks and a bathrobe and slippers seemed pointless, and just another way for the hotel to gain extra money.More

owlsabroad, owls in cyprus

Great holiday

Just got back from a lovely, restful week away at Jandia Princess. This is a lovely hotel, very clean with staff who are very friendly and work extremely hard. The hotel never seemed crowded, we always got served quickly at the bar and never had a problem getting a table at dinner or lunch. We stayed in the adult only area in a suite with sea view. The room was fantastic! Champagne and fruit on arrival in the room, bed turned down every night with chocolates left on it, dressing gown and slippers, drinks in the fridge, an extra double bed with canopy outside and even an Xbox. The cleaning staff kept it beautifully clean and always refilled the tea, coffee and water. We were given a black band on arrival and I think it depends on the room you stay in or you can pay extra for a silver or black band. As far as I can tell it really doesn't matter if you have a black or silver band as they both give you access to the adult only areas. The black band just lets you drink till 1 am instead of 11 pm and you can have branded drinks. But to be honest I saw bar staff serving silver bands after 11 and giving branded drinks without charging, so I really wouldn't be concerned about the banding system. The food was lovely with plenty of variety and at breakfast and lunch you could eat in any of the restaurants. The pools were beautiful and the temperatures were just right. My favourite was the pool with a bar. It was lovely to sit in the water on a bar stool whilst having a cocktail. The entertainment was fine for a holiday hotel as I wouldn't be expecting to see a Westend show there. The hotel is right on the beach and can be accessed by steps. This part of the beach is absolutely fine for a spot of sunbathing and a dip in the sea. However, it isn't the best part as you have to step on rocks and pebbles to get to the sand and there are lots of pipes showing on the way down which could sometimes be a bit smelly. The beach is better in the near by town of Jandia which is 10 minutes by taxi. The waves are great though for a bit of windsurfing. We also went on the boat trip whilst we were there which was arranged through the Thompson reps. Unfortunately it was really rough and we didn't see any Dolphins - apparently they haven't been seen for a few weeks. However this is nothing to do with the hotel and I really wouldn't recommend it if you haven't got a strong stomach, don't be fooled by the reps telling you it is lovely and smooth- it was more like something off of Trawlermen. All in all we had a loveky holiday, the hotel and staff were great. I would certainly recommend this hotel, we will definitely return.More

CH1232015, Kent, United Kingdom

You get what you pay for......

I was so apprehensive about going here after the reviews I had read before hand. We had just booked for myself, husband and two kids age 10 & 12. I had basically zero expectation of this hotel. On arrival I felt so much better.our room was great, hotel clean and we had a really nice garden room in the family blocked, just by la Choza. But this hotel is not a five star. I've stayed at five star and this hotel is not one. It's a good three star. You get what you pay for and we absolutely understood that. We were on blue bands which never felt the need to upgrade to silver or black. Drinks were fine (some say watered down but a few times my head said otherwise!). Entertainment we didn't get involved with but would say they try their absolute hardest to make sure all are having fun. Pool is literally freezing, but the wind will do that! Food was ok, pretty average. We chose la Choza for breakfast and lunch and was fine. Dinner in main buffet was ok, pretty good but I stayed away from the meat grill as pretty rubbish, but salads and stews etc were all good. Kids are also fussy and ate well! Some staff are very grumpy but they work so hard can understand why, didn't see any real supervisors or anything. Think they are probably fed up and as they probably don't get any tips don't have an incentive to flash a smile. We thought as the hotel had our money beforehand, they had no incentive to enhance our stay. Had a couple of minor issues which were rectified but there was no management involvement to see if all ok with a follow up courtesy call. We did love the Beach and spent lots of time there. We had to pay for beds which was fine and yes there are steps but not a problem at all. We also had lunch at Careta beach which was fabulous food and service, well worth a visit. All in all we had a good time. Like I say you get what you pay for and we fully expected what this would be.More

hendy1, Cheshire

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