The H10 Lanzarote Princess combines a great pool scene with a central location. It's a stylish pick, too, with sleek, contemporary décor.
The H10 Lanzarote Princess is a modern hotel that's found an ideal location. It's 5 minutes on foot from the beach, and just 5 more to bars and restaurants in the heart of Playa Blanca.
The hotel's buildings form a halo around the pool area, and inside them you'll find sleek, modern décor.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Late breakfast 10.30-12.30. Selected local-brand alcohol and soft drinks 10.30-01.00. Tea and coffee. Snacks 12.30-18.00.
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A huge lagoon-style pool is at the heart of the hotel. It comes with a wraparound sun terrace dotted with sunbeds and parasols, plus palm trees providing that extra bit of shade. A deposit is required for pool towels.
The buffet restaurant includes show cooking at lunch and dinner, plus an extensive menu along with Canarian, Italian and Oriental evenings.
Hotel-run kids' club is for ages 4 to 12 years.
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These twin rooms with their natural tones running throughout can sleep up to three adults or two adults and one child. They come with two or three beds, free Wi-Fi and a minibar at a charge. There is no space for a cot when rooms are fully occupied.
superior twin room
These superior twin rooms with their natural tones running throughout can sleep up to three adults or two adults and a child. A minibar is available at a charge. You'll have personalised check-in/check-out, late check-out - subject to availability, free Wi-Fi, porterage, bathrobes, slippers, daily press, special welcome gift, Nespresso coffee machine, iPod base, adaptor for iPhone and MP3, pillow menu, pool towels, and entrance to the exclusive Privilege Lounge with free bar with branded drinks, press, TV and Internet. Plus, one Privilege dinner at Sakura restaurant, drinks not included.
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1st Visit Lanzarote Princess
We found this hotel to be a centrally located, close to the beach, local restaurants & bars. The hotel was clean and comfortable and there was a good selection of food for our 1/2 board requirements. Alcohol was reasonably priced, similar to the local bars. Pool was very cold, not helped by the cool breeze, which blew continually. (This was only a minor point). A good hotel for young families and couples of any age.More
GriffithsJS, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Wonderful weeks holiday
Myself, husband and 16 year old son, have just returned from a weeks break to the Lanzarote Princess and what a lovely time we have had. Although people say it is windy on Lanzarote, they are not wrong it was on days very windy but it was nice when the day got extremely hot. By the time we left it was starting to get busier with more holiday makers, but there was enough sun loungers for everyone, they say not to hold your sun loungers, but most people do and no one says anything, beach towels can be provided at a deposit of 15â¬ which is returned at the end of your stay. The hotel rooms are nice, airy and clean with a good supply of hotel toiletries and a hairdryer. bedding and towels changed everyday. The food was good (we stayed half board) breakfast and dinner had a good selection of hot and cold food and staff cleaned away used plates and glasses extremely quickly, they were very attentive. Drinks bought in the hotel and shop were value for money and were no more expensive than in the supermarket Which was literally across the road, along with bars and restaurants, and the beach. Beach absolutely wonderful again very clean, sun loungers for use at 3â¬ for the day. All in all a great week and we will definitely be going back. More
Love this hotel prime spot, location very central not far from beach or shops. Excellent swimming pool area,rooms have been refurbished, I would say the only think that lets the hotel down is the night entertainment, staff friendly.. Going in July..More
Margaret B, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
H10 return visit
As a group of friends again we re visited the lanzarote princess for a second time in the last few years . As part of a friends 60tj birthday we knew that the hotel was going to be good but didn't realise just how good and how things have changed . On Dave value the hitel is much the same but a lot of time and effort has gone into the decor and and the building fabric itself. The staff are stillas attentive and the food is still amazing . I had a meal of purely sea food one particular night and ate like a king. King prawns that would set you back a small fortune anywhere in the uk . They management at the hotel have listened to the comments of their guests and replaced the snack bar with a more permanent structure and got a grip of the dove situation which in turn has made the hitel a much much better place to be . Well done to them Games around the pool have improved and the entertainer team work hard to keep people happy. Not always an easy job but they try. Only criticism I may have this time round is the alacarte restaurant . Had not been for the fact that it was a free visit within our stay I would not recommend paying for it. The food in the buffet restaurant was much much nicer . All I'm all another fantastic stay and I commend the management for their efforts to keep up. They have done the hitel no harm at all and I would advise anyone considering it to take the plunge it's well worth your hard earned money. Ian Mackriell plus 5 May 2015More
Ian M, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Not what I was expecting for an H10 hotel
I have stayed in various H10 hotels, and that is why I had selected this one for our stay in Lanzarote. I was overall disappointed by our experience. The hotel grounds are nice, and the staff is very friendly. Apart from this, the rooms are old, the beds need to be changed and the towels have seen better days and are in desperate need for a change. The food at the buffet is borderline bad and tired (not fresh) and the breakfast spread is boring after the 3rd day let alone if you're there for the entire week. There are no choices for Celiacs or vegetarians, it's either eggs and sausages and lots of bread and pastries. For an all inclusive, There is no snack/tea/mid-afternoon choice except for a distributor-like sandwich selection and overly processed food choices (pizza and french fries) at the bar. If you want a cookie or a piece of cake, you have to pay for it. The entertainment is average and the water in the swimming pool wasn't very clear and inviting. There is a lot to improve, It is more a 3 stars hotel rather than 4 and is quite a let down for the H10 hotel chain.More
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