This adults-only hotel gives you a peaceful pool scene right in the heart of Playa del Ingles.
The Gran Canaria Princess had a total refurb in November 2013. It’s re-emerged as a thoroughly modern, adults-only hotel with bold colour schemes and designer fittings. Plus it still has its two lagoon pools.
The hotel has two restaurants, while after-dinner entertainment comes in the form of live music and shows. Location-wise, it’s in the heart of Playa del Ingles with the beach a 10-minute walk away.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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2 outdoor pools
You'll be able to see the sand dunes when sunbathing around here. And if you're travelling in the winter months, then don't worry, one of the pools is heated.
Coco Loco bar*
You'll find Coco Loco bar right in the middle of the two pools. If you want to cool off in the shade, then this is the place. Pour yourself cocktails, soft drinks and even sangria - you can take your drinks out to the pool or stay in the bar. It's up to you.
Live music plays here in the cocktail bar three nights a week during the winter months.
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With white walls and brightly coloured soft furnishings these double rooms sleep up to three. They come with satellite TV with limited channels, plus Wi-Fi at a charge.
With white walls and brightly coloured soft furnishings these twin rooms sleep up to three. They come with satellite TV with limited channels, plus Wi-Fi at a charge.
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We spent a week at the hotel and it was excellent We requested by email a high floor and corner room which was what we received it faced the pool and had sea and country views with a huge balcony the room was spotless and quiet (we could hear the tv from the next room at night slightly) the beds were quite hard and we did have to use a blanket most nights The pool area is perfect and plenty of sunbeds and kept spotless The reception staff were not very friendly on arrival and did not give much information except meal times when we asked next day were told "information is in the room" but the trainee who checked us out was a lovely girl unlike the man who checked us in The food was fine and we had lovely weather the 3 tenors were very good but forget the "pole dancers" All staff were friendly and we were fortunate to be staying during the Carnival and had an excellent view from our balcony of the floats we had room 561 with morning sun We walked to the lighthouse along the dunes and were "sandblasted " the walk to San Agustin was an easier one !!! The lifts can be crowded as they are quite small for a large hotel but these are minor things We would stay at this hotel again it is in an excellent position to all areas and we made the best choiceMore
HollydogIslandmagee, Northern Ireland
Big hotel, great breakfast, good activities
One thing that is specific about the Canary Islands is that there are a lot of elderly people. Pensioners were everywhere :D Also almost every restaurant has menus in many different languages (swedish, Finish etc.). Hotel was very large (we are used to smaller ones) but it seemed that every hotel in Canary were really big. Room was very nice and modern. Bed was really big but a bit too hard/loose= Like a trampoline. Cleaning worked very well. Hotel was also clean and modern. Prices in restaurants and hotel were almost the same as in Finland. Beer maybe a bit cheaper. Spanish food, especially steaks, is really good! Hotel Pool was amazing, though we had very bad weather at our week. Wish we could have been more at the pool. Only one pool is heated in the winter. Because weather was crap we played a lot with the free hotel activities: darts, archery, rifel shooting, fitness, coctail game... Good fun, although the pensioners won almost every time :D! If you go to canary islands be prepared for cold weather! I recommend to pack with you a light fall/spring jacket. We had 14C-20Celsius... And the wind was freezing.More
Milla S, Helsinki, Southern Finland, Finland
Good hotel excellent dinner Nice looking
Very nice food at dinner time like in 5 star hotels But breakfast could be better less things but higher quality The taxi in the city is really cheap cleaning of room every day Animation program Hotel for Adult not for young personMore
Sergei K, Oslo, Norway
Week away for 50th
We stayed here for my husbands 50th. Never been to Gran Canaria before and we loved it especially the hotel. It was very clean and modern we found the staff very pleasant. We couldn't really find fault with the hotel. We had half board and the food was excellent loads of choice I'm sure that any fussy eater would find something they liked. We enjoyed trying different foods. Breakfast at 8 kept us full until dinner . Sometimes the food was not piping hot but I suppose catering for so many guests you have to expect this. Would have liked tea/coffee making facilities in the room. Best bit it was adult only hotel so we had a nice relaxed stay. Loads to see and do and not seen everything so will definitely have to have a return trip!More
Gail H, Manchester, United Kingdom
Stayed at this hotel after a weeks cruising, lovely hotel in pleasant surroundings excellent accommodation after the refit and the food was to die for such a wide choice to choose from, found the wellness centre on the last day equiped with a gym, jacuzzi and message beds. Can certainly recommend and would definately returnMore
jean268, Accrington, United Kingdom
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