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.
Facilities ► View all
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.
Hotel-run kids' club
Hotel-run kids' club for ages 3 to 12 years.
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 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, 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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Great hotel, great location, great facilities - get a monkey!
First time in this hotel after many, many trips to Lanzarote. Firstly, overall it's a great hotel, location just right close to beach and shops. Easy access via main entrance and secure (key card) back gate to main road. Pool area very nice, lots of beds, mini golf, pool table etc. and loads of planned activities for kids and big kids (adults) too. Entertainment is usual holiday Fayre, Tribute acts, magic and the time honoured reps show. It's OK, often entertaining often cringeworthy, often both together. Couple of minor gripes but these didn't really spoil anything. Firstly I'm not a fan of buffets, the evening dinner service in particular brings the words "plague" and "" to mind! I mean it's mad busy, loads of different things to eat so you'll rarely starve, but some of the offerings (and the combinations that people put on a plate) leave a lot to be desired. Secondly, you have to charge everything to your room. I can see why they do this but it's a pain sometimes, I'd like to pay cash for the odd drink, not have to sign a card etc. and pay at the end of the stay - again, not the end of the world though. Finally, reserving sun beds with towels. So here's both the biggest issue and to be honest one of the most entertaining aspects of the hotel! Although the hotel says you can't reserve sun beds everyone does. And I mean EVERYONE! By 8am, when breakfast serving opens most of the beds have towels on. Quite what time people get up to do this I don't know. And each day new arrivals come down about 10am saying how unfair it is, why do people do this etc. And of course the following day their doing it themselves. Not sure how you stop this to be honest. I've always thought if it were my hotel I'd train a monkey to run round the pool at 8am throwing towels off the beds into the pool. This would both stop the problem and offer a great entertainment for guests at the start of the day! A shout out for the Blue Team who run the activities and particularly look after the kids really well. I felt our 9 year old was very safe in the complex at all times. So overall I'd recommend this hotel, we stayed over school holiday period so it was busy as I would expect. I suspect it would be a better experience when the kids aren't off school - for me those days have gone regretfully ;-)More
We have just spent 11 nights at this hotel and I have to say wow. We loved it from the moment we checked in until we checked out again. We had a junior suite overlooking the sea and harbour. It was very modern and clean also very quite, we had sun beds on our terrace so we could sunbathe in the afternoon without going to the pool area which did get very busy in the afternoon. We were all inclusive and the food was really nice plenty of variety to suit all tastes. The hotel is situated about 5 mins from Playa Blanca centre and about 15mins from harbour. We would certainly return to the Princess without question. We'll done to all the hard working staff to make sure everything runs smoothly.More
Karen P, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Lovely stay at the Princess
Stayed at this hotel a few times. It has now been refurbished. We stayed all inclusive and found it to be great. Much improved from the last time we stayed. . It was very busy, but only to be expected it is the Easter hols. Lots of children but if you were going as a couple peace and quiet is not what you will get round the pool but there are quieter spots.It didn't bother us. Again very busy at meal times, had to queue for about ten minutes but plenty of food whatever time you ate. Food was lovely and lots of choice. Freshly cooked meats and fish every lunch and night time if you wanted. Fab bottle of cava in my room on my Birthday. Thank you.... Small negatives. . Cleaning. . Of areas. . Hallways, dining room after meals and waiting for drinks at night. More
Belinda H, Stockport, United Kingdom
Good hotel, good location
This is the 2nd time we (my boyfriend and I) have stayed in this hotel, the first time we got an extra large balcony and 2 rooms which was fantastic, I did email requesting the same room again however unfortunately we didnt get this room but the room we stayed in was ok this time. There was a buzzing noise that went on for most of the night (we assume from the water feature on the g/floor) and our room was right across from the lifts and stairs so was really noisy in the evening and morning.(room 2085). The rooms were all superbly clean though and couldnt fault this - the noise was annoying though. Requested a room on the top floor and was advised that we would be called back in 10 mins, this didnt happen I had to call back again and was disappointed with the reaction I got from the staff. The beach is really close which is great. We only stayed (this year) on a BB basis as we get fed up of buffet food all the time, the breakfasts are ok, you can get fresh bread, freshly cooked omlettes and eggs, these are really tatsy, I prefer this rather than eating from the buffet as the bacon was very fatty. We would stay in this hotel again, however we would insist on a top floor room. Playa Blanca is a lovely place and we would recommend this hotel to others.More
LouisaS620, Rossendale, United Kingdom
Good Hotel Great Location
Just spent a week at this hotel we really enjoyed our stay . We had a ground floor room which was large with plenty of storage space. The balcony overlooked the tennis court which at first we thought might be a problem however the tennis court was little used and it was very quiet. Towards the end of our stay the hotel became very busy and we were grateful to be away from the seething hoards by the pool . You can upgrade to premier rooms with more facilities and sea views. We stayed half board but there is an all inclusive option. The main restaurant is very large and everything is on a self service buffet basis. The food was very good but not outstanding , at peak times it was not pleasant as there were just so many people on the move at the same time. Hot drinks are served via vending machines, there was one button labelled coffee, which didnt taste like anything at all really, we had to take our own tea bags . I am sure the hotel could improve on this , a number of people were complaining. Playa Blanca town has loads of really good restaurants, just a short walk away and we escaped from the hotel on a couple of evenings to try these out. In our opinion this hotel is ideally suited for families, as good as it was, probably not a hotel we would return to. The hotel is in a great location being so close to Playa Blanca town with all its retail opportunities, there are also a couple beaches nearby , which can get a bit busy. This was our first visit to Lanzarote and we were really impressed with cleanliness everywhere and the smart low rise building policy across the ireland. We also hired a car which was quite cheap and this gave us access to other parts , you shouldn't miss the volcano, caves , El Golfo,Mirador del Rio and all the pretty villages in between. If you like remote beaches try Papagayo, you need a car really but they are stunning. There are a few nudists about so dont go if this offends you.More
MKHud, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
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