Hotel Fuerteventura Princess  

This sea-view hotel hugs the beach and comes with a great pool scene, too. Plus it’s got 3 top restaurants.

The grounds at this smart, whitewashed hotel lead straight on to the sands of Esquinzo de Jandia Beach. There are 4 pools, too – 3 for adults, 1 for children. One of them even has an island-based cocktail bar.

For meals, you’ve got 3 choices – a buffet, a pizzeria and an à la carte place on the seafront. After dinner, there are live evening shows, and a choice of 4 bars.

TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

Based On 870 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 8Buildings
  • 3Floors
  • 669Rooms
  • 3Lifts

Food & Drink

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

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local alcoholic and soft drinks 10.00-23.30. Coffee, tea and cakes 15.00-17.00.  Snacks including toasted sandwiches, hotdogs, burgers and scoop ice-cream 11.00-18.00.

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3 outdoor pools

Surrounded by large sea view sun terraces, with lots of sunbeds and parasols speckled around the area.

Principal restaurant

For breakfast and dinner. Buffet service with open kitchen. Enjoy the themed dinners which take place twice a week and sample the Canarian and Spanish cuisine. There's also the possibility of special diets and vegetarian menus on request. This place comes with a dress code for dinner, it's long trousers and a shirt with sleeves for gentlemen. This is a non-smoking restaurant and highchairs are available.

Kids' club

It's a hotel-run kids' club for ages 4 to 12 years.

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twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 4, with twin beds, a sofa-bed for 1 adult or 2 children up to 12 years. This room comes with satellite TV with limited English and radio channels and a mini-fridge.

twin room with sea view

Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 4, with twin beds, a sofa-bed for 1 adult or 2 children up to 12 years. This room comes with satellite TV with limited English and radio channels and a mini-fridge.

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Shandy money & champagne tastes

Too many reviewers with shandy money and champagne tastes I'm afraid. You can spend all day rucking about this and that, but the only loser is you, you're just talking yourself out of it. Chill out and enjoy what's good, and there is plenty, and chuckle about what's not so good, and there isn't much. So a waitress was a bit grumpy, who cares. The TV's aren't very modern, so what. Some dishes aren't piping hot, have something else. The evening entertainment isn't always brilliant, what were you expecting? The guy who had an extended rant, including very unpleasant comments about the Thomson rep is a classic example. He was clearly looking for faults. Have a word with yourself fella, and If you think that girl was useless God knows what you'd make of some of the others.More

Harry-Hornet2014, Gerrards Cross, United Kingdom

worth a visit

I have just returned from this hotel ( 3rd Dec to 10th Dec) and i wonder about people`s expectations. Things are not always perfect but for value for money then it offers it. The food is plentiful and there is choice and if you do not like something then do not get it choose something else Lunch was a little limited but i never went hungry. yes the burgers were dry but i chose something else eg the grilled fish ot the grilled meat with salad Perhaps the people who complain only eat burgers and are unaware of other types of food The staff were friendly and responded to a smile from meat or an attempt at spenish The hotel does cater for Germans and other nationalities as well as the Brits and you can expect that from an international hotel I found the entertainment a bit lame but others seemed to enjoy what was offered I preferred the quieter entertainment in the reception The maintenance staff responded to health and safety issues and had a programme of renewal as tiles became loose etc The pool was cleaned on a regular basis and the grounds were well kept I think visitors should be more realistic and accept that the hotel offers value for money for I have stayed in numerous British hotels which cost more and offer less Always read between the lines in there reviews as some reviewers look for negatives instantly and constantly and this often leaves them not enjoying their holiday which is a pity for them I enjoyed my week in the sun and I came back having gained a few pounds in weight and a healthy tanMore

Peter H, Durham, United Kingdom

A feature which I did not appreciate

A very pleasant resort, very clean throughout. The staff were always helpful and their English was adequate. The bedrooms were large, the beds large and comfortable, the bathroom, complete with toiletries, was all you could wish for. There was a wide choice of food most of which was well cooked, the wine for ‘all inclusive’ was red white or rose, although bottled, it could have been better. There was music in the bars in the evening and shows in the theatre, the service in the bars was reasonable. The outside facilities, several pools and sunbathing areas and a gym were very clean and always functional. An unusual feature of the resort, which did not appear in First Choice literature, is an in house nudist colony, in which resided the only steam room and sauna. I checked with reception and was assured that I could use the facilities when wearing swimwear. Unfortunately the occupants had different views and articulated their views loudly, in german, pointing to signage which supported their argument. On my last morning a security man put up a notice stating clearly that swimwear could be worn in these facilities, this caused a heated discussion with the naturists, and the original signage remained. Furthermore late one afternoon I took a photograph on the public beach and was immediately accosted by a naked german, I checked the photo, and, as I intended, there was no one in recognisable distance. Clearly nudists look upon the public beach as their domain as well.More

ic0n0clast, Truro, United Kingdom

worst all inclusive ive been on

Room OK but cold on a at lunch time either cold or over cooked bread stale burgers were OK if you wanted resole your shoes .its the first hotel I've been in were the bread knife is chained to the table it must be so you can't get the chef bar shuts at 11 30 on going places web says 01hour tip make yourself a sarnie for lunch walkways very badly lit on a night entertainment dire staff don't give a damMore

graham g, Leeds, United Kingdom

Too many problems in a tired hotel!

Having been to the Fuerteventura Princess several times in recent years we had hoped that the few problems experienced before would be resolved. Sadly, this tired hotel, now all inclusive, has had gone from a reasonable standard to well below expectations and certainly not a 4 star plus hotel. Hotel toilets were poorly cleaned. The men's toilet on the top floor was very smelly and had not been properly cleaned throughout our two week stay. The soap dispensers were empty and the hand dryers did not work. Wifi had to paid for and at 19 Euros for a week was excessive, painfully unreliable and only available around the reception area. The entertainment offered by the Animation team was reasonable but often poorly rehearsed and sadly of laughable quality. There is confusion about exactly what you are entitled to under the inclusive offer. The menus did not distinguish between the different inclusive packages available. The staff seemed confused and clearly not happy in their work. That said, some staff were excellent. Staff in the outside Pizza restuarant were slow and difficult to communicate with. Likewise, bar staff in the central cocktail area were very slow and had no idea how to serve customers. There is much to learn when it comes to customer service. Our room was good, clean and well looked after by the daily cleaners. Furniture is tired and the sliding doors on the wardrobe were very stiff and noisy. The television was very old and badly needs replacement and the channels were mainly German. Only 3 were English and were poor. What made the whole experience worse was the deluge of rain which came down the mountain and dumped a massive load of silt and mud onto what is normally a beautiful beach. Sun beds are pricy at 4.50Euros per bed, same for a tatty old parasol. Worse was the fact that hotel leaked badly in the dinning area and the outside La Chosa restuarant was badly flooded when the rain came down. It was the same in the outside cocktail bar. In the main restuarant the food was generally ok but lacked variety. This used to be a really good hotel but it's in need of some serious refurbishment and a review of the all inclusive approach.More

Richard C, Portsmouth, United Kingdom

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