Bungalow room sleeps up to 4 or 3 adults and 1 child up to 12 years with 1 twin bedroom, 3rd and 4th beds being a double sofa-bed in the lounge area. With air-conditioning at a charge, pay-per-view TV, kitchenette with 2 electric rings and microwave, bath or shower and terrace. Maid service is 4 times a week, linen and towels changed twice a week.
Bungalow room sleeps up to 3. 2 adults with 1 twin bedroom and a sofa-bed in the lounge area suitable for a child up to 12 years. With air-conditioning at a charge, pay-per-view TV, kitchenette with 2 electric rings and microwave, and a bath or shower. Maid service is 4 times a week, linen and towels changed twice a week.
We all had a fantastic time. Staff were so lovely, food great choice, no problems with anything. We stayed self catering , bungalows were lovely. Cannot wait to return next October in 2015. See you all then .Love xxxMore
sandraste, Stockton-on-Tees, United Kingdom
A great place to chill out
This complex really lives up to its use of the name princess, having returned to the united kingdom a few days ago.
I could not find fault with anything at the Cay Beach Princess Bungalows. The staff are friendly caring, always available when you need someone.
Would I choose this complex to stay again? you bet on it !!!!!! I will most definitely return.
Only one issue was with return transport airport transfer, it was an 18 seat mini bus and there was not enough space in the vehicle for peoples luggage. Thompson you need to address this for the future.More
tonyroyneate, Farnborough, United Kingdom
We stayed at the cay beach princess bungalows again and when we went last time we went self catering this time we thought we would treat ourselves to half board as we had paid a couple of times to eat in their restaurant and enjoyed the meals. Big mistake as they kept the restaurant shut and we had to eat our meals at the pool side bar/snack bar !!! Not what we wanted ,we had the same menu all week ,people were smoking near by so smoke drifting over you, spaghetti bolognese was tinned spaghetti,pizza was so hard i couldn't cut it with my knife other meals ok just the choice was always the same and the desserts consisted of- yogurt, ice-cream ,orange or a pre frozen banana which was inedible -i tried it once - never again. We would have saved our money and gone self catering had we known they were going to keep the restaurant shut.We payed and ate out on the 3rd evening as we could face eating the same thing for a 3rd meal,i like plain foods no mayo or dressings of any kind so as we had no buffet i was more limited than those who will eat anything which is why the buffet in the restaurant what we had tried the year before would have been great. We would stay there again as we like the accommodation where it is ect but won't be booking self catering again would cook something myself or go out to eat .More
MargaretfromWales, south wales
Have just returned from Cay Beach. I was attracted to Cay Beach by the promise of the large swimming pool, and I wasn`t disappointed. The complex is smart and clean. The swimming pools are large with also a jaccuzzi. The bungalows are more than adequate, they are comfortable and clean. The pool bar was useful for drinks and snacks throughout the day. All the staff at Cay Beach were polite and friendly. The cats are a bonus, very cute. I would certainly like to go here again. The hotel is about a 25 minute walk into the main resort or a quick cheap taxi ride. There are also 3 free buses a day to take you to the lovely beach.More
Ann Elizabeth H, Wakefield, United Kingdom
Will be sure to return
This was our 8th visit to the bugalows, and was as enjoyable as our first vist 13 years ago. A lot has changed over the years and all for the best.
The bungalows themselves are clean and tidy, well maintained, I'm sure you will find wee problems if you look hard enough as some appear to do, we however cannot fault them. They were cleaned nearly every day of our stay, the cleaning staff were friendly and very consientious. There is wifi and air conditioning available at an extra charge. We chose to open a window and put our technology away for a week. try it you can do it. The patio area at the front of each bungalow lets you enjoy your self catering in very pleasant surroundings. We recommend the fresh croissants available from the small supermarket at the front of reception.
The complex offers a variety of pools, suitable for all ages. Our youngest daughter learning to swim there on our very first vist. The main pool is spectacular, with a beautiful rope bridge crossing at the centre. there is a childs pool, a heated pool and a jacuzzi pool. A life guard looks on for your safety. There is also a sun advisor available daily should need any help to top up your tan without burning. Being Scottish her advice was invaluable.
The pool bar has been upgraded a little , they now offer table service, snacks and a full resturant menu from 7-9pm. We ate there on a couple of occassions and could not fault the food.The Sirloin was especially good. The staff at the bar were extremely cheery and helpful, one girl even taking the time to help us improve our Spanish. They all spoke acceptable English if your Spanish is a bit vague. Happy hours available between 5-6 pm and 10.30- 11pm.
Entertainment is provided nightly along with a variety of activities throughout the day, a mini club allows parents a hour or so of freedom each day, whist obviously keeping the wee ones entertained. A young lass there at the time of our visit celebrated her 6th birthday and nothing was too much trouble for the staff as balloons and a beautiful fairy castle cake was provided.
The bungalows are a short taxi journey ride away from Maspalomas beach and Melonaros, where there are a variety of shops , bars and restaurants. If there aren't any taxis out front reception will call one for you.
The only sad part of our return vist was to see the decline of Faro 2. Once a vibrant shopping complex full of great shops, wonderful restaurants and lively bars and now reduced to 2 bars and 2 restaurants and a supermarket. We took the time to have a drink in the bars but coudn't bring ourselves to visit at night for a meal. If you can, please visit. The survivors need the trade, and maybe one day the authorities will see fit to restore this once brilliant complex.
Our 8th visit did not disappoint and actually only reinforced our love for this place. Why did we take so long to return?
I don't know, all I know is we will not take so long to return this time.
Thank you Cay Beach. You and all your staff are the best.More
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