Cay Beach Princess Bungalows  

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.

This hotel is part of our 3T favourites range until April 2017.

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Based On 584 reviews

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Food & Drink

Self Catering

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor pool

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.

Children's pool

There's a shallower pool for the little splashers that's also heated in winter and has a whirlpool bath.

Pool bar*

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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bungalow with terrace

These bungalows come complete with a terrace for that extra bit of space outside. You’ll have Wi-Fi*access. And there’s a twin bedroom plus 1 child bed. There’s a kitchenette. And you’ll have a lounge for that extra bit of space.

bungalow with terrace

These bungalows come complete with a terrace for that extra bit of space outside. You’ll have Wi-Fi*access. And there’s a twin bedroom plus 2 extra beds. There’s a kitchenette. And you’ll have a lounge for that extra bit of space.

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Best holiday

Just home tonight after spending a week in this resort. Can't say enough about it. Was everything I thought it would be. We were a week ahead of the season starting so missed the live evening entertainment which I believe is starting Monday. Staff couldn't do enough enough for us, bungalows were cleaned everyday. Grounds were absolutely spotless and well maintained. Pool bar and food was exceptional. Will definitely be back again and would highly recommend... More


Good Value, Great family Holiday

We stayed here in July/Aug 2016 for 2 weeks with our 13 year old daughter and her friend. First impressions when we pulled up was "oh my god it's a building site". Don't let this put you off as inside there are partitioned boards that are decorated and we didn't even notice the building work going on. The new bungalows are being built on what used to be the mini golf and tennis courts, which was a shame as i think we would have enjoyed them. We stayed in bungalow 114 which was 1 bed roomed and the children slept on the sofa/settee (x2) in the front living room. Air conditioning is only available in the bedroom and ours worked just by turning it on so we didn't have to pay - BONUS! There is a fridge, toaster, kettle and microwave with all crockery/cutlery you will need. We stayed half board so we never used them. There is also a hairdryer in the bathroom which had a bath and shower which provided enough hot water for all of us throughout our stay. Our towels were replenished every other day and our beds were made up nearly every day and changed at least twice. There is a safety deposit box inside the huge wardrobe with plenty of hangers, but we never used it. There is also a patio area outside with plastic table and chairs. Food was OK throughout our stay. Breakfast consisted of the usual Fried, boiled eggs. Omelettes made to order. Lots of different breads/rolls. Little pastries and bacon,beans,sausage, grilled tomato and loads of salad/fruit. There was a choice of cereal and jams/spreads with other continental cheeses/meats available which is all unlimited, including tea and coffee which is self service from a machine. Dinner was a bit sporadic. Most times it was lovely and what you would expect from a premier inn style eatery. There was always a hot selection of meat/fish and rice/pasta with loads of salad. Some days I had to just have chicken nuggets and chips with some salad but for the price we paid its not even worth complaining over to be honest. Also at dinner time you have to pay for your drinks, beer, wine, sangria, fizzy pop or whatever which was reasonable. The pool bar offers drinks and hot food but it is run by a totally separate company and has got nothing to do with the hotel. Pizzas are on offer for around 7 Euro and you can get burgers,chips, baguettes and all other food you would expect from a fast food outlet. The drinks were reasonable - 3.50 for a large beer, 2.50 for a large wine, 1.50 for tea/coffee, 2.50 for fizzy drinks and 1 euro for a small bottle of water. There is a supermarket attached which offers better value, but we used the bar quite often just for convenience. We were only let down by the quality of the food a couple of times but any issues are quickly sorted out. Special mention to Marcos, Sara, Corniie and Roberto who makes a wicked cocktail. They are all truly nice people and we will remember them for their hospitality. Especially Marcos (" I LOVE YOU") which he duly tells every female lol. The pool is massive and its funny watching people walk over the creaky bridge as it sways from side to side as you cross it. We always got a sun longer and there seems to be plenty around. Never once did we have to get up early and reserve them. When our daughter woke up at normal time 8 - 8.30 she just went out and chucked the towels down then we all went to breakfast. It was getting busier as we left so whether this changes or not i don't know. If you choose to eat out like we did then the Yumbo centre is 4 euros in a taxi and there is an endless amount of bars and restaurants there. It is very homo-sexually orientated and we visited SPARKLES bar which is an adult drag/camp act. It was hilarious. It is free to enter and they offer table service. Also worth mentioning is the lighthouse at the other end of town. There is a few posh hotels down there and some of the restaurants are amazing. We went into Maximilanos and it was that good we went again on our last night. Its expensive but well worth it. All in all we enjoyed our stay at the Cay Beach Princess. Would we go back? Quite possibly. Maybe when the building work has finished. The only negative we can find is the hotels location. Everywhere is a taxi ride away. Special mention to the MOORE family. You are all amazingly bright and talented (including you MEG) lol. It was a pleasure sharing our holiday with you and hope we bump into you soon.More


Another Memorable Visit

This was our third visit in the last 12 months. Our first since the major refurbishments. We arrived the day after it reopened so unfortunately there were a few teething problems, however the reception staff responded quickly to any problem. There is still construction work underway, but this was not too intrusive. It is sad to see the mini golf, tennis courts and football 5s pitch go, perhaps there are plans to reintroduce some form of recreational persuits. The pool improvements are most welcome, the introduction of sloped access and steps around the main and heated pools is excellent. I do however miss the small islands they had in the main pool. Good to see the water feature reintroduced, it has not worked on oout previous 4 visits. As before the pool bar staff are wonderful Marcos and Sara remembered us and made is feel special. Marcos has a way of making all residents feel welcome. No happy hour this time which was a shame, perhaps this will be reintroduced once the season picks up. Food was as good as ever, simple fare but well prepared. We were in one of newly reorganised smaller bungalows, sleeps three, and found them quite small. The refurb has seen them sacrifice internal space for bigger terraces. however as we were there to enjoy the sun this did not spoil our enjoyment. Once again the cleaning staff were on hand virtually every day, 5 cleans out of 7 , and did an excellent job. There was limited evening entertainment on which we did not experience as we ate out most evenings, again I think this was due to complex just having reopened. All in all another enjoyable stay at the the bungalows , and we hope to be back again in the near future. Recommend this complex.More

Gordon445, 190780

Family Holiday

Really nice accommodation, we stayed in bungalow 165, sleeps 5, for 7 nights from 18th July 2016. We are a family of 4, with 2 teenage children, although only one bedroom the bungalow felt large and spacious compared to some. Bungalow had just been refurbished. New bathroom, kitchen. Kitchen very well equiped with new fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster, coffee perculator, 2 electric cooking rings. Flat screen T.V. Air con in bedroom only. No free wifi, this could be purchased for 20euros per devise for 7 nts. Nice open patio area to the front and an enclosed out door area off the kitchen for drying towels etc. All bungalow are being modernized at the moment. Lots are also under construction on what used to be tennis courts and mini golf so these facilities are no longer available. There was no problem with noise though. Grounds very well kept and clean. Lovely large pool, life guard on duty until 5.30. Reception, restaurant very clean. Good variety of food, lots of choice buffet. Friendly staff.More

Melane Y, 186565

Good value for money, lovely location

I have just spent a week here at Cay Beach and I thought the hotel was very good. The accommodation is basic but clean and functional. The beds are very firm but I think you can ask for mattress toppers to soften them up. I stayed on a half board basis and I found the food in the restaurant to be okay. It isn't 5 star Michelin food, but I wouldn't expect that. A little limited on vegetarian options (one night there was only chips, potatoes or rice as hot vegetarian options) but generally 2 or 3 hot options for evening meal plus salads etc. Breakfast is your standard choice of cooked brekkie, eggs, toast, croissants, continental meats and cheeses, yogurts, fresh fruit and cereal. The pool is the best feature in my opinion. It is huge and lovely. Difficult to swim in as I like to actually swim (as in swimming lengths, I know, who would have thought it someone swimming in a swimming pool!) but you have to dodge the lilo's, kids playing ball, etc. Despite the hotel saying they have a rule about no towels reserving sun loungers etc, that is totally ignored and never enforced. Any night you can walk around the pool at midnight and at least half of the sun loungers are reserved with towels, so if you want a lounger - get in early! I didn't really make use of the pool snack bar so I can't comment on that or the evening entertainment. I used the hotel as a base location and spent a lot of time out and about so for me, it was spot on! There is currently some construction work taking place on site, but I didn't find this to be too intrusive. Location isn't seafront, but it's a nice easy 30 minute walk at a gentle pace to get to the beach and the Meloneras sea front where there is ample choice of bars and restaurants.More


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