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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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

Self Catering

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.

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A splendid surprise!

This was a first time to Gran Canaria and we were really delighted with it. We were lucky with the weather - and definitely with the accommodation. Maspolomas is spacious with all low rise buildings, wide boulevards and lots of greenery. Caybeach Princess is well situated for the bus service and a good base for some pleasant walks. Our studio was clean and simple, with a lovely seating area outside. The grounds are well kept and the planting is bright and subtropical. The self-catering facilities were manageable, particularly as it was warm enough to want fruit and salad a lot of the time. We loved walking in the interior, using the bus service to get to and from. The accommodation was is a great position to enable us to do this.More

Talbotgreen,

Maspalomas revisited

It's been quite a while since we visited Gran Canaria over 15 years ago with our family, we loved it then and thought we would go back. Caybeach Princess is a lovely complex but stuck in a time warp! Bungalow are clean and tidy but tired, we found out the resort is due a make over. It's needed! We stayed self catering, hadn't done that for years and won't be doing it again... Some friends we made upgraded to half board just to save a bit money, expensive to fend for yourself as very English prices everywhere. We had a lovely secluded bungalow could be quite private at times. There's a good selection of pools. One heated the other not ..fresh lol Oh a rope bridge, worth a short cut although wobbly when someone goes out their way to swing it ... Nice pool bar, pleasant colourful staff and good meals. Average spend on bar tab 60 euros a night. Entertainment quite good although stats early and finishes early. Bar shutters down by 11 pm at the latest. Didn't experience dining room.. Ate in or out and about. Played miniature golf .. Extra charge And boules deposit paid and returned. There's a good size playground, tennis court and football area too Hotel staff pleasant and helpful cleaners lovely too Note lots of extra charges for tv, safe, air con Made some new friends and had a laugh, a lovely early break But will go all inclusive from now on ... Try the Canaries again spend time and money and it will improve.. Just tired and the area a little too far out from amenities, although only a taxi ride away ... Average 3.50 euros a journey We were there for 11 night. Used the local busses a lot as stops outside the door and easy to get out and about the island. Good service. Went on a local boat trip with friends ... An experience! Used the free bus to the beach but be warned very windy... Maspalomas has an old and new face. Traditional holiday tavernas and bars beside the light house on one side the chic bars and restaurants on the other. Big shopping area too Note this area has developed but the out of town bungalow complexes have stood still or declined ... A little Sad : (More

Roynaa,

The bungalows are fine for the price.

We were in bungalow 203b next door to the couple who have written a moaning review about the bungalows (see below). I feel there needs to be some balance here . . . The bungalows are far from being rabbit hutches. Ours was a lot bigger than the one room apartment we had on our last holiday. For us there was nothing wrong with the size of the bungalow for a couple. Our bathroom was about 8' square (which is bigger than our bathroom at home and bigger than the bathroom we had in a Riu hotel). Ours also had a bath as well as a shower. I think the rest of our bungalow was much the same as 203a The bungalow had a separate kitchen/living room area which was equipped with a large efficient fridge and while the kitchen area may have been a bit small for preparing big meals (as is very often the case with holiday accommodation) it was fine for preparing snacks. There was a table with chairs outside on the terrace which is where we ate whenever we prepared our food. Yes, you could see other people on their terraces, but if you have a meal in a pub you can see everyone else eating and drinking too. What's the problem? We felt the bungalows had the atmosphere of an friendly upmarket caravan site (that's a compliment by the way). If you want luxury and total privacy there are plenty of more expensive hotels in Maspalomas. The bedroom was big enough and had a large wardrobe with plenty of hangers and a safe, for which you had to pay a small fee plus deposit for the key. The beds were nice and firm. The cleaners kept the bungalow very clean and towels were changed nearly every day. The wifi was intermittent. We did use skype once, which was fine, but a lot of videos tended to freeze. Streaming music worked ok. It cost about £1 a day so hardly broke the bank. It sounds like the bungalows are being refurbed, which is good news. Some of the fittings were beginning to show their age and it seems like that is being addressed. Presumably this will include the bottom of the pool which was clean but worn. The wifi can be improved as well. I hope they repair the tennis courts too rather than build more bungalows on them, because that was one of the reasons we chose that complex in the first place and we were a bit disappointed to find that the nets were not adjustable and one side of one court had tree root damage to the court. To be honest, I'd recommend the bungalows in their current state at the right price. With a refurb they would be even better.More

max b, 187065

Great value holiday

Stayed here in Jan 2016 for 1 week on a self catering basis. Although the hotel is on the edge of the resort it was very easy to get around by taxi or the bus-bus stop straight outside on the main road. It was about a 30/40 minute walk to the sea front. The accommodation was ok, clean and the beds were very comfortable. We did not use the kitchen to prepare any food as we ate out all the time. The breakfasts served at the cafe were excellent and good value. The hotel staff were very pleasant and helpful. The waiter working at the pool bar and cafe was excellent, very funny and provided good service. We booked our own trips and used the local buses to travel up and down the coast which were very inexpensive and frequent. This is a much cheaper way of traveling and you can easily organise your own sight seeing trips to the local resorts. We ate out in meloneras most evenings as there are many good, varied restaurants. Going to the Yumbo centre was an experience!!! On the whole I would recommend this hotel as it was good value. It is not central in any way but that does have its own benefits.More

JonScunthorpe,

Lovely pool areas nice, friendly and clean

We had a great week over the Easter in Gran Canaria. Our Bungalow was 210A which was one of the smaller ones. It wasn't fantastically big BUT I don't fly thousands of miles to sit in a hotel room. It was more than ample. The light went out in the bedroom and was fixed really quickly. The pool area was great with the rope bridge etc plenty of sun Loungers. The safe was €21 for the week and when you returned the key with the yellow slip you get €9 back. The WiFi is also chargeable. I think it was €20 For the week per device, I got it in most locations, it wasn't quick but it worked well. The location is great in my opinion, nice and quiet and you can walk to the beach where the lighthouse is I think it is called Melonaeres ? In about 30 mins. Playa deal Ingles in about 40/45, I also have bad arthritis and this was easy manageable for me and my fiancée. Anyone who feels they can't do it could get reception to ring them a taxi where it costs around €4/5 to get anywhere you want to be. I would and probably will stay here again without hesitation.More

Mark B,

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