The Fuerteventura Princess is classically Spanish, with whitewashed, terracotta-topped blocks scattered between palm-dotted gardens. The grounds sidle right up to Esquinzo de Jandia Beach, too, so you can look forward to sweeping sea views and easy access to the sands.
There are four swimming pools to choose from here, and they're edged by roomy terraces that are freckled with sunbeds and palm trees. You'll find a bar outside, too, where you can grab cold drinks and light bites at lunchtime.
When it comes to dining, the buffet restaurant serves up everything from roast beef to Canarian specialities. There’s a show-cooking station, as well, so you can have your steak cooked just as you like it. If you fancy a lie-in in the mornings, meanwhile, the La Choza restaurant lays on late breakfasts.
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|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
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 and burgers 10.00-23.00. Scoop ice-cream 11.00-18.00.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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3 outdoor pools
Surrounded by large sea view sun terraces, with lots of sunbeds and parasols speckled around the area.
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.
With live music for dancing and entertaining shows every evening.
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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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Fuerteventura Princess Hotel - So what has changed? Still worth a visit.
I decided to go back to the Fuerteventura Princess Hotel for the first time in two years. I like this hotel and I wanted to see what has happened or changed since my last visit. Well now you have a class system, platinum or all inclusive and never the twain shall meet. You can no longer walk the whole resort as the platinum area is card entrance only. All recreational activities remain to be at the same high standards. The dining room is now divided in to two areas. The standard of food however remains the same as was previously for the all inclusive side. One exception to this is that there is most definitely less choices available as the menu seems to be rotated every 3 days. Yes they still practice discrimination as men cannot wear short trousers in the restaurant but women can. Blatant sexual discrimination. Late arrivals are normally catered for with a cold evening meal. The hotel has no concept of different dietary requirements, I am ceoliac which means no dairy or gluten. When we arrived the only food available was a few rolls, pizza and a bit of salad, no good for me. Normally you would expect some sort of cold meat arrangement but no. That said the daily menus fit well within the boundaries. The cleaning staff, as normal are very very good making sure your rooms and the resort are as spotless as they can make it, well done for that. I tried to request two weeks in advance to be assigned a room in a block I have stayed in before. The hotel replied to my email saying that they could not guarantee anything so far in advance. On arrival not only did I not get the block I wanted but the staff knew nothing about my request. Wifi internet in the reception area is now a whopping 6 Euro per day. Most mobile networks charge 1.99 per day for data roaming a much cheaper option not limited to reception. I understand you may think that this is negative feedback for the hotel but it is not meant to sound that way. Overall the resort is amazing to be in. Great pools, rooms, children’s club, gym, saunas, adult areas and service at the mini restaurants scattered around. The entertainment is still what you would expect anywhere. This information is an attempt to let you have an accurate idea of what to expect. Please make your own judgement but do not turn down the chance to go and see for yourself it is nice. Let me know if your feedback matches mine. I will go back another time see if they fixed or made changes.More
ppking, hampshire uk
Good and bad
Rooms very good, lots of storage, good bathrooms. Sheets changed between guests but a bit offputting was I don't think blankets were changed as several long gray hairs on bed from previous client. Pool areas excellent. Lots of beds, some facing sea on terraces. Plenty of shade if needed under fixed shelters - no brollies to blow over. Hotel on the beach practically with lovely walks each way on gorgeous beaches. Dont let the nudies put you off. There's enough beach for everyone. Lovely gardens kept well maintained. Holiday would have been perfect if restaurants were greatly improved. One evening we arrived for our meal at 8.40 and whilst getting food the staff were removing labels from food and then proceeded to clear it away. By 9.10 they were putting breakfast items out. The restaurant was meant to be open till 9.30! Even though hotel was obviously very quiet, I think 9.30 should mean that. Other people came into restaurant after us so would have been lucky to get more than one course. Another let down was food was often cold, even one morning at 7.30 some breakfast items were already cold. The lunchtime restaurant was terrible. It was in the snack bar with wide open doors so every day the birds were on food. One day I saw 3 birds on bread at same time as it was just inside door. It wouldn't have mattered if there had been fewer open doors as the building had an opening around the top so the birds were in effect living on the beams in roof. Felt like eating in an aviary. Quality of food here was extremely bad. Uncovered dishes, food that should have been a hot dish displayed with salad items so expected to be eaten cold. Cannot see why main restaurant wasn't used for lunch unless it was due to hotel being quiet, but this should not have resulted in a reduced quality of service in my opinion. All staff from reception to cleaning ladies were friendly, helpful and courteous and animation team did work very hard to keep you entertained. Hotel was listed as 4+ by Thomson. They need to seriously look at this rating having compared to other 4☆I've been to on other Canary islands. Would only go back if vast improvements made to food side of holiday. Will keep an eye on future reviews.More
mickonamotobike, middlesbrough, uk
Lovely Hotel - great break
We stayed for a week mid-March and found the hotel very pleasant. Transfer was very good and only a short wait at check in. The room we had was second floor and very good cleaned well with chocolates on the pillow every day, welcome bottle of Cava on arrival. There is absolutely nothing wrong with the food plenty of variety and cooked well – trust me you won’t go hungry unless your completely fussy. You will find an array of condiments and spices if you want to add a bite to your meal, lovely fresh bread for breakfast along with the normal egg and omelette bar even a couple of times in the week Cava for breakfast i you wish to. Bars are good as are the all-inclusive drinks (although we do not drink much) it was also good to see no problems with too much consumption. The staff are very helpful and we did not experience any language problems. No evening noise to worry about from bars very peaceful. No problem with sunbeds as there are plenty to go around. No bottled water shortage just collect from the bar on the first floor. A short walk from the hotel find the beach – this has been described as a hill form the hotel it’s probably a two hundred meter slope. You can walk along the beach into Jandia but you must watch the tide as if you get it wrong you may find yourself walking on a few stones as opposed to lovely golden sand. Remember it is draughty so expect a breeze on occasions. All in all it was a great inexpensive break lovely hotel lovely people and a great beach.More
nice relaxing stay
Stayed at the princess 1st week in April for the first time and found it to be a surprisingly comfortable and relaxing break. The room was always kept very clean and was larger than normal with great views over the complex and the sea beyond, all at no extra cost. The grounds were well kept, with plenty of sunbeds, although the phantom towel placers seem to be accepted which is a shame because it is not really necessary. As in most hotels the buffet food becomes a bit boring but this should not put you off as there is always something to eat. The entertainment is better than most but the seats in the theatre could do with a good re-furb. Most of the staff are smiling and polite and there was an outstanding lady in the bar ( Nina) who remembers your order after one round and can serve four or five guests at the same time without a mistake or looking flustered. If I was looking for a relaxing holiday in the sun which does not cost the earth I would look at this hotel againMore
bobhurst8, Washington, United Kingdom
Hubby and I stayed at the Fuerteventura Princess for a week at the beginning of April and had a very nice time. I am not sure that I would rate it as a 4 star hotel, more like a 3 star+. First of all I would point out that due to the many steps and inclines around the complex I don't think it is a suitable choice for those people with mobility problems. The transfer from the airport is over an hour and the check process could have been quicker. We were served with a welcome glass of orange juice on arrival. We got rather lost trying to locate our room as the map wasn't too clear and hubby being a typical man wouldn't ask for directions. Found it eventually and were quite pleased with it. Room was cleaned each day and towels changed if left on floor of bathroom. Bed linen was only changed once during out stay whereas other 4 star hotels we stayed at change them every other day so this was disappointing to me. (I love clean sheets) The beds (twin) were quite comfy and we slept well. Lights on the balcony were switched ff at 10.30pm each night. There were some toiletries in sachet form but not much. There is a small fridge which can be used to keep drinks etc in. The safe cost 12.50 euros for the week. There is a large supermarket nearby, turn right as you come out of the hotel and follow the road up the hill past the taxi rank. Canned drinks are much cheaper here than those in the hotel shop. Food in the restaurant was pretty good most of the time. Our only moan is that at times there were no enough tables available for the number of people especially before 8pm. Annoyingly there was a whole section of tables partitioned off and not being used while we had to search for an empty table. There were lots of sunbeds but finding some shade in the hottest part of the day was a challenge as there are no parasols by any of the pools. There are some wooden arbours that offer some shade by one pool and on the terraces overlooking the sea. The beach is a short walk but again it is down quite a steep hill. If you like to go au naturale then there is a nudist area on the beachside edge of the complex. All in all a nice relaxing week but not sure we would rush to make a return visit.More
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