Superior room sleeps up to 3 adults or 2 adults and a child. 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. 1 Privilege lunch at La Choza restaurant, drinks not included.
We are currently staying at the Lanzarote Princess on a 3 day break . It's been a while since we stayed in a large Hotel , Bed Breakfast and Evening meal , however, shall we say a very competitive price meant it was a no brainer . Well the hotel is very nice the modernised bedrooms are lovely. The staff are extremely pleasant and helpful. We were surprised by how good the food is, we counted you could have up the seven courses ( obviously we didn't) as I say we are not used to eating in a large hotel restaurant, so went down for our meal @ 830pm ( it opened @ 630pm) this is not reflection on the hotel but there was a large number of small children still in eating at this time. As a suggestion if might be worth having an adults only area in the dinning room for the couples which want a more civilised evening. Overall the Hotel is very good and I would recommend . More
November Stay which was excellant
I recently stayed at H10 Lanzarote Princess for 3 nights in November 2014. We arrived at 11am (took about 40 mins drive from airport and only 40 euro return with last minute transfer!) and asked whether it is possible to check in earlier. Luckily we were allowed to as check in normally starts at 3pm. We received an upgrade to a suite which cement the start of the holiday in good spirit! The first impression of the hotel was impressive. it was modern and gorgeous. I was overjoyed with my friend when we arrived to our room. It was amazing. We had pool/sea view which was brilliant. The rooms was clean and modern. And thank god there was air con in the hotel as well as in the room. I wouldn't have been able to sleep without air con. After settling down, we retreat to the pool. There two small children pool and a large main pool. Shame the pool was freezing, but eventually I got used to it after dipping my toes in the water. The weather was amazingly hot and the pool area was clean with plenty of sunbed available (although the good ones facing the direction of the sun, was reserved quite early!) but then again it was November, so there was hardly any kids. Wifi was weak during peak time at the hotel, but it was suitable for what I need. unfortunately I didn't realised there was a snack bar until the last day of leaving. It was a shame as I could have ordered food and drinks there but it was expensive to order drinks. after the pool, we walked out of the back door to the hotel where I felt assured that only resident of the hotel are allowed in, because you require your room key to open the gate. This prevents the locals from coming into the resort. after crossing the road, it will take you to a small shopping centre but there's hardly anything there. further down, you will reach the local beach which was a 8 minute walk downhill. the sand was sandy but had a tiny small amount of shells. Unfortunately there was no shower to clean the sand off. next to the beach. but the sea water was clean, not like blackpool water. but I was impressed. there was a supermarket opposite the hotel or next to the beach where we got our huge bottle of water for 2 euro. mega cheap! to the left, there is the marina which is about 15-20 minute walk which for me was exhausting, but at the end there was a couple of restaurants, and I would recommend steakhouse. there was a small shopping centre that sold perfumes, and further along the marina market day happens on Weds and Saturday from morning until 2pm. I was impressed with market day as they sell a variety of things. within the market there are some local stores, and my friend got a huge discounts in buying estee lauder eye serum when she informed them that another place was offering it at X amount of euro. After exploring the market, I had an appointment for a massage at the H10 White Suite which was about 8-10 minutes away from H10 Lanzarote Princess. Unfortunately Silvana (the massage therapist) could not come to the hotel as she was based at H10 White suite. This was a downside that H10 Lanzarote Princess does not offer massage treatments but it does have a sauna, Well, the outcome of the massage was amazing, I asked silvana to move to England as she was better than any therapist I had in England. even the treatments were good prices! shame to say I went back again before I left for another treatment. I would recommend silvana to anyone who stays nearby.
After the massage, we head into town which is on the right to the hotel (at the back). immediately you start hitting the tourist shops and restaurants. I cant complain about any restaurant but the food were cheap and good value. the tourist shops were interesting. I notice the further you walk into town the more tourist shop there are, owned by Chinese people. I myself are Chinese, so I stuck out like a sore thumb compared to these hard working people. Perfume shops were also offering 50% off marked price. I bought a dolce and gabbana for 39 euro for a 100 ml. in England this is usually 50-60 quid!
further down the town, there are more restaurant before you hit another marina. I think that part of the marina ferries to another island which I think is Fuerteventura. Asia restaurant serves amazing food too, and I'm impress with the Chinese food as it was very tasteful. it very hard to find Chinese restaurant that does amazing food. Not only they do Chinese, they do thai and Japanese! for some strange reason at around 730pm there's always firework going off at that side of the town. maybe to celebrate? so if you go down there to eat, be warn when you hear the firework whilst you are eating! next to the restaurant, theres a beach as well. this beach was much much sandier and hardly any shells but has a shower to wash the sand off your feet. so far, impressed! the water was not as clear as the beach near our hotel though, but still impressed.
After our walk, we returned to our hotel eating at the hotel (by the way, there's a burger king near the hotel too!). I wasn't hugely impressed with the food choice as the tuna look like it was off, and there was no flavour in the pork chop. but for me, I was happy. especially there was sweets, choc foundation available and icecreams was amazing! just always make sure you have your room card label with you at all time as you need this for food and drinks. Pool towels are available however, only between certain time, 3 times a day. it was a shame that we had to wait for our pool towel until the next day. we have suggested to ask the hotel to put the pool towel in the guest room prior to arriving so that guest could immediately head to the pool with pool towels.
We only managed to see one entertainment throughout our stay, but this was more suited to the older generation.
I would recommend going on a Segway tour. we had to pay for a taxi (which can be ordered at the hotel), which cost 5 euro to get to the Segway site. it was fun and the instructors were amazing teacher. one was quite good looking and the other one had a funny sense of humour which you will understand when you book a tour with them. outside their shop, there's a small park which I foundfun to play in (bear in mind I'm almost in my 30s) whilst waiting for the store to open. driving the Segway is like skateboarding/snowboarding. if you have experience, you will quickly grasp how to operate it. We took the Segway and completed 20 mins of training which then the instructors took us to the Cliffside where 4 beaches can be seen. it was a shame we were not allowed to take the Segway down to the beach, but the view was amazing. returning to the store, you will gain more confident using the Segway that you will want to go faster. just make sure you don't fall.
I would recommend this hotel and would stay there again as well as this holiday tripMore
hello350, Leeds, England, United Kingdom
Need to go back.
Been to this hotel quite a few times, twice we took the whole family with us. we all enjoyed it the children loved it, food and all. The staff are all very friendly and very helpful. Havnt been for a couple of years owing to illness which left me in a wheel chair. Must go back soon now im feeling a good bit better. TWO YEARS AGO.More
margG305, StaffordUnited Kingdom.
Michele and Dave W Excellent hotel and service
we have just got home from our fifth visit to the lansarote Princess.
The new decoration , inside and out, is very well done.
The food was gorgeous and better than previous visits although we were satisfied every time we visited.
The staff were so friendly and couldnt do enough to help if we needed it.
Over all , we have had another excellent all inclusive holiday at this hotel.
Thank you Daniel and all of the team for all your help and kindness. We were treated like family and it was lovely !!More
Michele W, Nottingham, England, United Kingdom
Catching up with people ,we met last time we were there and add a great time ,staff were great and so was the food .this was our second stay and it will not be our last , the new coffee bar is excellent ,we add a lovley time thank you.More