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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Food & Drink
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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.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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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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We have just returned from a 7 night stay at the Lanzarote Princess. The hotel is great for couples and families with a friendly relaxed feel to the hotel. The pool area is fantastic and we never had a problem getting sun loungers. The food is also really good, with a variety of foods to choose from. The room is clean and tidy and comfortable. Would definitely recommend. ;(More
YDings, Cornwall, United Kingdom
Fun, Friendly, Family hotel
Recently visited the Lanzarote Princess for the second time. My husband and I first visited in 2014 and loved it so much we decided to visit again but this time with the children. We stayed at the hotel for 10 days at the end of July 2015 - myself, my husband and four chidren (aged 9, 7, 5 and 3). I must say I was not disappointed at all! In fact our second stay was even better than our first time there. We emailed the hotel ahead of our stay to request two rooms next to each other, on the third floor with good views... they sent us a lovely email back, not making any promises but assuring us they would try their best. When we arrived we discovered they had actually upgraded us to two priviledged rooms for free! We had rooms on the third floor with pool and sea views, which were absolutely fantastic! Lovely decor and beautiful soft beds :) The children had an amazing time, well done to Pablo, Tim, Elanor and the fantastic Animation Team! I genuinely don't understand what people are complaining about (in previous reviews)... I found it hard to get my children out of the hotel at all... all they wanted to do was play in the kids club, it was so much fun! The evening entertainment was amazing, and soooo funny! Some nights it was the Animation team (who are not professionally trained entertainers, but tried their best) and some times they brought in external entertainers such as magicians, acrobats, singers etc. The children made loads of friends and are still doing the actions from the hotel's signature song, which the Animation team performed poolside several times a day and in the evening. I would definitely recommend this hotel and I will be visiting here again with my family. There are a few areas of improvement, which I spoke to the manager about while I was there... Some of the staff in the restaurant can come across as rude, but I think that is more of a language issue as they don't speak English well, if at all. There were a few instances in the morning with a bird flying in, which the manager said would be rectified shortly by putting up a net on the doors leading to the patio. Every organisation has areas of improvement, but for me these areas are insignificant as they can be easily rectified. It depends what you are looking for from your holiday... the hotel isn't cheap but i can gaurantee you if you have younger children they will absolutely love it at the Princess, make friends and have a fantastic time. This holiday was mainly for the children and it did not dissapoint! The fact that my children enjoyed themselves emensely (and myself and my husband too), and that we were treated so well by the management and reception staff puts the Lanzarote Princess on the top of my hotel list for the second year in a row! More
Very poor and rude!!
Recently stayed here on the 16th July for a week the staff are very rude and the hotel is nothing like in the brochure . The only place in the hotel which is modern is the reception area. We rented a safe which broke everyday so we couldn't access our money we had to wait In our room everyday for half an hour for someone to come and fix it and sometimes they never turned up on time .our room was very basic not like in the pictures the hotel is basically 80% catered for Germans who are also very rude and do not have any manners At all! Spoke to quite a few brits who were also not very happy some who had been there the year before said they would not come back .the mini disco is not very good they speak in three different languages before they get to English so our kids were not interested at all. Entertainment was abosoulty ridiculous never seen so much rubbish in my life it was laughable. This is definitely not a four star hotel I've stayed in better two stars would not stay at this hotel again not worth the expensive price we paid very over rated and dos not meet the standards of a four star at all .AVOID at ur best interest!!!More
pugh82, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
My wife and I recently had an 11 night stay at the Lanzarote Princess in Playa Blanca ,the room was excellent ,very clean with view of the mountains,food was excellent with a good choice, evening meal is between 7.00 and 10.00 we would have preferred it a bit earlier,the pool is very nice ,the location is good with a five minute walk to promenade and lovely beach.Playa Blanca is a lovely resort very clean with a nice promenade for long walks in either direction.From the harbour you get trips to Fuerteventura ,also the south tour of the island is fascinating with excellent views of the volcano the camel rides are very good too.We had an excellent time and would definitely return in the future.More
Brian F, Cheddleton, United Kingdom
Great hotel, fantastic food, good location , great staff. Kids loved the pool, especially the life guards who supervised the pools with great vigilance and humour. Usual bed claims with towels but you get that everywhere. We took the volcano tour organised by Thomas Cook, very interesting . Transfers not too long More
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