The huge pool takes centre-stage at this bungalow complex. Plus, it’s only a free bus ride from the beach.
The bungalows at this peaceful complex share a fantastic pool, complete with a poolside snack bar and whirlpool.
Maspalomas beach is about a 20-minute walk away, or you can hop on the free shuttle bus and be there in 5. The bars and clubs of Playa del Ingles are about 10 minutes down the road by taxi.
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Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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This huge pool is surrounded by a sun terrace laced with sunbeds and parasols. Gardens with shrubs and palm trees provide that bit of extra shade.
There's a shallower pool for the little splashers that's also heated in winter and has a whirlpool bath.
Just a short wander from your sunbed you'll find the pool bar where you can grab a snack and refreshments.
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Superior Bungalow with Terrace
Superior bungalows are more spacious and come with a kitchenette, a lounge with a sofa-bed and a terrace equipped with sunloungers.
Bungalow with Terrace
These bungalows come complete with a terrace for that extra bit of space outside. You’ll have Wi-Fi* access.
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Nice resort, very average accommodation
Arrived at Caybeach Princess with partner and his two kids (16 and 11), we picked this apartment complex as the Thomson website advised it was suitable for 4 people....it definitely was not! The living room area had two very hard sofa's, one made of concrete, and a pull out camp bed. The pull out camp bed was intended to be used with one of the sofas to make a double (v small double), but with a 6 foot 16 year old he could only have tried to sleep diagonally across it and possibly been comfortable. We complained but to no avail as apparently all bungalows are the same, therefore the fault lies very squarely with Thomson for mis-advertising the sleeping arrangements. Apart from cramped conditions the complex was really nice, v chilled, a large pool, and v friendly staff. Only faults would be those folk who put towels on sun loungers and don't use them for half the day (should be banned), and the distance to Maspalomas centre, advertised at 20 mins, but in 30C with a lot of unused land between Caybeach Princess and the centre, it's not a helluva nice walk although it is do-able Maspalomas is a beautiful resort, and worty a visit, but think other hotels could satisfy betterMore
Found a gem
Absolutely delighted with our choice, apartment fantastic however maybe air conditioning in the living room would make it a 5 star for us. Pool beautiful, staff so friendly. Didn't expect to be eating at the hotel, it was cheaper to go half board however we have chosen to eat here as it has been lovely. Given the cheaper price for these bungalows, factor in the cheap costs of taxis if required, however the hotel provides free bus to and from the beach at specific times. We Iwill definitely be making a return visit to Cay Beach Princess Bungalows. Travelling as a couple but will return as a family.More
We have recently returned from a week stay in caybeach bungalows. If you are wanting a relaxing holiday it is perfect! The rooms are basic but clean. The older apartments could use some diy-wardrobe drawers wouldn't open, random pipe sticking out of wall, A/C cracked. But overall it was nice and clean. We had an issue of ants in the bathroom, so reported it to reception who had this sorted within a few hours. Our A/C and tv worked so didn't pay any deposit for the remotes. The A/C was only in the bedroom but we just left bedroom door open and the whole bungalow would cool down. It's a bit rubbish that you can't get free wifi after 10mins use. The pools where the best! They didn't open until 10am but you could go anytime of day and still get a bed. All the staff are very helpful and pleasant! We where particularly fond of the receptionist with the very distinguished tash. There is a little shop just outside the entrance which has everything you need. The pool bar is responsibly priced, not sure what the main meals are like but the snacks-toasties etc where nice. The only downfall is the walking distance as it's set away from other restaurants etc. It was about a 40-45 walk to the beach, not sure where people get 25mins walk from. Taxis where usually no more than €5, and about a 10minute drive. The lighthouse seafront has some lovely restaurants and designer shops. It feels more upmarket. The meals where all gorgeous and responsibly priced, with lovely views. Playa de ingles beach front was a lot more "touristy" loads of cheap restaurants and bars. We never had a bad meal. Yumbo centre wasn't like we imagined. It's a massive complex full of bars and restaurants. We found there wasn't much atmosphere though and the staff weren't as friendly there. We went and seen a drag show in a pub called sparkles and it was the worst thing we've ever seen!! We preferred both the sea fronts on the night, the entertainment on site in caybeach wasn't the best. More
Clean, friendly but not much to do
We've recently returned from 2 weeks in Gran Canaria staying at Caybeach Bungalows. We had a lovely time and the bungalows were spotless, spacious and we could sit outside our bungalow at night at our table and chairs and have a glass of wine/brandy or two!! The food was lovely and the staff were more than friendly. I felt quite sad leaving them. The downside of this place was the pool bar. It was overpriced and the food wasn't that great. Everyone we talked to complained about the cost of the beer. The wine glass I had was a very small one, yet the barman came up to me with a small bottle of red wine costing 8 euros and a normal size wine glass with it. He was pushing it big time. A friend had a Bailey's and it was very small compared to the Bailey's she got when she went to a bar in Playa del Ingles. Also the ice creams and choc ices were expensive. Everyone just went to the small supermarket attached to the hotel where normal prices were charged. The restaurant is closed on a Thursday evening and they have a 'barbecue' in the pool bar. That was hectic with the waiters rushing around trying to get everyone's room number and the food was horrible that night. The pool is great and there's no hassle over times of closing or kids having lie lows. There's a lifeguard there and he is very alert and careful about litter and glasses. If you want to go to Mogan, which is gorgeous, you can go with the tour operator via a boat and this is good but if you don't want that expense you can go by bus which stops across the road from the hotel for a few euros. The best trip was going to see the sunset up in the mountains. This was about 4 hours long and great fun. We stopped in a lovely little village and then after seeing the sunset and magnificent mountains where you can make out all sorts of shapes e.g. King Kong or whatever your imagination shows you, we had supper in a restaurant. This was great and felt like we were in the Canaries. Long tables with a few courses and wine all included in the price. The guide was a Cockney and he was very knowledgeable and fun. It was well worth the money. The beach was amazing, I've never seen so many people walking over and back. All in all it was a nice holiday but I wouldn't go there again as the surrounding area was very run down and the amusement park was filthy. There wasn't anywhere to go in the evening and frankly the entertainment in the hotel was awful. You got 10 minutes free wifi but then had to pay which I thought was disgraceful.More
Excellent - but NOISY!
We stayed half-board. 1 week. Apartment 117. Our table and chairs faced on to a side alley and an electrical generator. Across the alley is another - unconnected - set of holiday lets. Now, from the perspective of not being in a position where other Caya Princess residents are constantly passing you this is a good location; it is also well sheltered from the sun. However - and this is a huge issue for Caya Princess (ignoring the barbed wire that separates you - only physically - from the other establishment) the incessant TV and shouting Spaniards from the outdoor living areas across the alley is so much so that I would NOT return to what is basically a comfortable resort. We complained on the first day (Monday) and the folowing Friday and Sunday. All week. We were offered room changes but to rooms that looked as if they had already been refused (e.g. a pool of water on the floor of one; broken wall sockets, etc). On the Friday I suggested that the Police should be informed as it appeared as though arguments were transpiring. I cannot communicate how disruptive this element was on what was for the most part a really good holiday. My wife described it as being in a busy pub and being unable to think or speak - and we were in another complex! My son and children of other residents reported to us of stones being thrown at them by Spanish boys at the top end of tge aforementioned complex as they played football on the pitch area. For self caterers there is a new and cheap supermarket nearby. Everywhere is reachable for 4Euros in a taxi (even the Roman Catholic church in San Fernando, which offers a beautiful Sunday Mass at 11.30 AM). Food great. Pool was worthy of a higher classification. Always beds available. Separate external drying area. Large separate dining area. Safe for kids. Lovely and respectful fellow guests. 24hour Reception. Staff lovely. Sofa beds were hard - back breaking. Evening entertainment was limited and at other times sporadic: Mini Club cut short; football/basketball area underutilized. Hotel would only accept cash for Aqualand. Air conditioning in bedroom only. Paid deposits on remote controls for TV and AC upon arrival, as we did for safe, and having tendered 39Euros we received 27 in return on our last day. Excessive. Overall, very many positives. But the totally atrocious behaviour from our Spanish 'neighbors' across the alley had a significant negative impact on our overall enjoyment and rest and relaxation.More
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