This palatial complex has four huge pools and an artificial beach. And the real beach is about a 25-minute walk away.
The pools are one of the biggest draws at this lavish complex – there are four of them, along with an artificial beach. The real beach, meanwhile, is only 25 minutes away on foot.
The buffet restaurant serves international dishes and a few local specialities, while evening entertainment comes in the form of live music and shows. And the international à la carte is open all day.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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4 outdoor pools
These four pools are linked by bridges and two of them are heated during the winter. They are shared with Maspalomas Princess and Tabaiba Princess. They come with sun terraces and a man-made beach laced with sunbeds and parasols.
You'll find breakfast and dinner on offer at the buffet restaurant along with show cooking in the evening. Lunch is offered in the buffet restaurant in the Tabaiba from 1pm to 3pm. Gentlemen are required to wear full-length trousers and a shirt for dinner.
La Hacienda Mediterranean à la carte restaurant*
This restaurant is open for lunch by the pool, with à la carte options and a tapas menu. Highchairs are available.
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Suite with Balcony
Family Suite with Balcony
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I've been thinking really hard about rating this hotel. 3 stars? 4 stars? Why I rated it 3 stars is because of several issues but first the positive points: It's a big hotel with a very beautiful and well maintained garden where you can take nice morning or evening walks. A very big pool area with one heated pool and a artificial beach. The room was clean and spatial for a standard room. Also a nice terrace. Even though you need to pay for wifi (19 euros for 1 week) it was a good connection. Breakfast was also ok. But now the less positive points: if you want a peace and quiet holiday, this is unfortunately not the place to go. If you are unlucky to have noisy neighbours, you can hear everything as the walls are thin. The restaurant area is so noisy, which makes that you cannot have your breakfast, lunch or diner in a calm and relaxing atmosphere. The food was not always warm, and lacked variation. A lot of food was fried, or baked in so much oil and butter which caused an attack on my stomach. More cooked vegetables would have been better. All inclusive drinks are also average. Water in the hotel is not bottled (or you need to pay for it) We bought our bottled water in the supermarket outside the hotel. Also there is a small bakery outside the hotel where they serve good coffee, fresh smoothies and sandwiches. Evening entertainment was not good (only the Flamengo night and the Elvis impersonator). There is not much to do or see in the immediate area around the hotel: Holiday park is at 1 km distance, the sea and beach is at almost 2 km distance so it's a long walk. You can always take a taxi for less than 5 euro's.More
Elke P, 188650
Slightly off the beaten track but an excellent hotel and location
We had an excellent, large room on the second floor directly overlooking the main pool. The very comfortable room with a very large balcony. Both had all day sun. The hotel is a very large tourist hotel offering both half board and full board. It has a number of pools, the main one allows for some decent swimming. We went half board. The only negative I can think of was the food. Meal times tended to be a bit of a free for all, I dread to think what they might be like during high season, although it was full during our stay. Men are required to wear trousers during the evening meal. The food was okay-ish and plentiful but then again it is probably what can be expected for such a large establishment catering for such a large multinational clientele. The premises is about a 15 to 20 minute walk to the centre of Masplaomas. The walk might be a bit difficult for people with mobility problems and on very hot days. I would recommend it as a holiday stay.More
Perfect location, quiet and good value for money
The hotel is in a perfect quiet location with a 20 mins walk to the main town area. Rooms a very clean and comfortable. I was a bit way of a ground floor room, we were in room 0157 , 2 doors away from the piano bar but you could not hear a thing from the bar, so good quiet nights sleep. The food is very varied and something to suit everyone, even faddy eaters like myself and my husband. Top tip visit the Moonlight Cinema, what a fantastic experience, watching a big hit movie outdoors at 23 degrees.More
Nice hotel with plenty of space and friendly helpful staff. Self service buffet style meals with plenty of choice but does get very full on occasions. Located a little away from the seafront but is very quiet.More
Maspalomas Princess Hotel is mainly for families
This was a nice hotel - the staff were great. We did find however that, compared to other 4 star Hotels, the food was not as good. We were disappointed that there was only 1 'themed' evening in the restaurant, and the evening entertainment was quite poor. There were a large number of young children in the hotel which made the restaurant noisy and quite messy at times. Also the daytime activities were quite sparse. I would probably only recommend the hotel for families.More
Pat T, 190764
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