The H10 Lanzarote Princess is a low-rise, modern hotel that's found an ideal location. It's 5 minutes on foot from the beach, and just 5 more to the centre of town where you'll find plenty in the way of bars and restaurants.
There's a lagoon-like outdoor pool which is seriously large. There are palms and evergreens dotted around an spacious sun terrace, and a bridge that leads over to an island with a thatched-roof bar. Children, meanwhile, have their own pool, complete with pirate ship and slide.
The hotel's buildings form a halo around this scene, and inside them you'll find sleek, modern décor. The lobby, for example, works stark white marble and tropical plants, and most bedrooms are dressed in calm neutrals.
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Food & Drink
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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.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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A huge lagoon-style pool. Deposit required for pool towels.
With show cooking at lunch and dinner, extensive menu and Canarian, Italian and Oriental evenings.
Offering snacks and drinks during the day.
Rooms ► View all
Twin room sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child, with minibar at a charge and 2 or 3 beds. There is no space for a cot when rooms are fully occupied.
superior twin room
Superior twin room sleeps up to 3, with personalised check-in/check-out, late check-out - subject to availability, 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. 1 Privilege lunch at La Choza restaurant, drinks not included.
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Poorly maintained, friendly staff
4 stars. Mr Magoo must have assessed the hotel. Shabby and dirty. The cleaning staff do a good job but the rooms are tired. Hand towels are hung next to the toilet. Eww. Pool is freezing cold and poorly maintained. Canteen restaurant is a nightmare. The food is nice, but often not very hot. Waiters are very good. The saving grace is the terrace restaurant area. Peaceful and comfortable. Location is good for town and Marina. 20 min walk to marina. Beach is less than 5 mins walk. It's not a nice beach. Full of sunbeds and overcrowded. Get the bus to papagayo beach and walk for 15 mins. Steep walk to and from beach. Beach is ok. Take your lunch with you. All in all I would not return to playa Blanca. There are much better locations in the canary islands. I'm keeping that to myself. More
Good location, nice food but a lot of maintenance work going on
Just returned from a 4 night stay at the h10 Princess Lanzarote with my boyfriend. It is a nice hotel! I'd personally rate it 3* (UK standards). Weather was good although a bit overcast, but hey, it is December! Things I liked: Newly renovated relatively clean hotel Nice fizz on arrival (and option to have fizz/ Bloody Mary at Breakfast!) Friendly staff Rooms modern Food was great Great location, v near beach and shops etc Free mini golf Beds rock solid Things I didn't like: The pools were being renovated, lots of noise and v ugly! Got upgraded to AI though when I complained as I only chose the hotel due to pools Wifi terrible, infact, don't expect any internet to work- they said it was a one off but the internet wasn't working at all when we were there Had to pay to use the safe Had to pay a deposit to use the towels No spa Gym a little sparse Things to know: Cost about 45E to get a taxi to/from taxi The car hire place in the shops opposite the hotel/near the beach is a rip off, stay well away Driving is pretty easy but the maps you get given are useful Take a day out to go to the volcano and the underground caves- costs around 9E to get into both areas The pools are completely out of action and a lot of work is going on to get them up and running People who stay at the hotels: golden oldies and family membersMore
HolidayHL, Brighton, UK
Lanzarote Princess lost its sparkle
We have been staying at the Lanzarote Princess since the late 1980s and have thoroughly enjoyed most of our holidays but oh dear me the hotel has certainly gone downhill since it started to offer all inclusive deals. It is such a shame as the hotel was fantastic and had a large number of guests like us who returned year after year. Now the restaurant is understaffed, the food often luke warm at best, and the dress code, clearly posted outside the restaurant, is not enforced (no shorts or sleeveless shirts at dinner). The hotel seems to be full of badly behaved, noisy and sometimes agressive children with parents not making the slightest attempt to control them. I think that the number of families now staying at the hotel combined with the all inclusive deals has had a detrimental effect. Public areas are already shabby even though not long refurbished and the rooms are starting to look tatty.We always request a room overlooking the pool but this year we were given a room at the back of the hotel, overlooking a side road which workmen were resurfacing, working from 7.30 am to 6 pm Monday-Friday. On top of this and during our second week the pool was fenced off and work started on digging it up - apparently the pool had developed a leak. On the plus side, I think this is a good place to stay for families and those who have not previously seen the hotel in its "glory days". It is a good value 3 star hotel and people seemed happy with the all inclusive deals. The hotel is in a fantastic location and of course the weather can't be beaten Will we come again? After 20+ years visiting and some very happy times spent - sadly we are not sure...sorry Virginia :(More
Jennie H, Poole
Echoing the frustrations of an earlier reviewer concerning the definition of All Inclusive. We stayed for 2 weeks on a half board basis in September 2013. The breakfast was very acceptable, catering for our daughter(a veggie) and a quite wide range of norms ie Germans, French and UK with differing tastes. Pleasingly the soft drinks, tea and coffee were self serve and could be refilled as required. The evening meal was a different matter - no self serve (all water coolers turned off/closed down)and water and other soft drinks served in bottles to each table. Consequently on the morning of the final day we received a bill for the evening water consumption - an unpleasant surprise and one not identified by the UK Holiday Company (Olympic) nor on the Hotel website. Subsequently I have challenged this with Olympic and ABTA. Amazingly both deemed water as a complimentary addition to any meal that is 'inclusive' to the board arrangements. Thus it is a hotel option, not obligation - be warned!!Get your Travel Company to specify if water and/or soft drinks are part of the package - if not you may think bed and breakfast and a local restaurant could offer a more appealing evening option. Having been to Playa Blanca several times over some 10 years this is the first time we have encountered this practice. Despite friendly and helpful hotel staff, particularly the Manager, the hotel is showing signs of of an overdue refurbishment; damaged carpets in the corridors; broken and dangerous tiles in the area around the external Bar. Would we go again - yes, we always enjoy Playa Blanca. Would we stay at Lanzarote Princess - Mmm - possibly but probably only bed and breakfast - the restaurants along the shoreline are invariably good and surroundings far more attractive than the hotel restaurant.More
Sn0wbird47, Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Great Staff and Good Location
I'm afraid that I would have to agree with some of the previous contributors that this Hotel needs updating throughout, some of the higher floor bedrooms have already been refurbished but the communal areas need urgent attention. We were on an all inclusive basis and the food and drinks were of a reasonable standard with the best meal of the day at lunchtime. Having said all of this the staff were very attentive and friendly throughout the Hotel which made our overall stay very pleasant.More
Cedric11, Newtownabbey, Northern Ireland
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