Hotel Bahia Princess  

This hotel has 3 pools to its name and is in just the right spot for beaches, bars and restaurants.

This hotel is in a great spot, with shops, bars and restaurants on the doorstep. There are a couple of beaches about 5 minutes’ walk away, and upmarket Playa del Duque is close by, too.

With 3 pools, plus 1 for children, there’s plenty of swimming space. The buffet restaurant has luxe touches like cava and caviar. And evening entertainment is big news, with everything from tribute acts to comedians.

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  • 2Buildings
  • 5Floors
  • 275Rooms
  • 5Lifts


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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

Full Board

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

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3 outdoor pools

The pools are on different levels. The main pool is the biggest and is heated in the winter. All the pools have plenty sunbeds and a bar nearby so you can get a drink.

Buffet restaurant

This is the place for breakfast and dinner, with show cooking in the evenings. You can have your main course served at your table if you wish. There's a dress code here - men are asked to wear trousers and a shirt for dinner. The dress code for gala meals is a jacket and tie with a shirt and trousers.

Kids' club

It's a hotel-run club for ages 4 to 12 years.

Rooms► View all

twin room

Aquamarine colours welcome you into this light and airy twin room. It sleeps up to three in twin beds and an extra single bed or sofa-bed with centrally controlled air-conditioning and a satellite TV with music channels. Some rooms are located near a busy road.

single room

Single room sleeps up to 1. Rooms have centrally controlled air-conditioning, satellite TV with music channels and minibar or fridge hire on request.

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WHAT AN AMAZING PLACE. !! would recommend to everyone! I just can't describe how amazing my time was at the Bahia Princess. The staff work so hard they are a credit to the hotel. The 108947 steps that people didn't seem to be happy about was great for me (there is a lift) as after breakfast it felt good to burn some eggs and bacon off. There are 3 pools and as we went in November it wasn't that busy during the day some days around the pool so you could choose which one you wanted to swim alone in. If you are considering this place then you will not be disappointed!More

MissSpring2015, Preston, United Kingdom

Winter value break

Just returned from a week here,have stayed in Guayaramina Princess x 2,love the location of these hotels.Got room 5001 as requested,very clean,facing the pool,very quiet,but no sun at all at this time of year.Loved pre dinner drinks in the piano bar,first class bar staff.Buffet food was fine,good choice,ok for a week. Cannot fault any of the staff,from reception,to cleaning staff,all very pleasant and keen to make your holiday enjoyable. Some evening entertainment was very good,eg The Blues Brothers,some very poor eg Abba tribute.,but plenty of places to go to for entertainment outside the hotel,.as other holidaymakers have said free Wi Fi would be a real plus point.More

ruth12, home

Hidden Extras

Unfortunately there are lots of hidden extras at the Bahia Princess, you have to pay for wi-fi , safe & fridge if you would like to use them and don't forget the sunbed towel if you need to change it in the week you are there you pay for that also. There is no kettle in the rooms & they don't like you using your own so expect you to pay 2 euros for a coffee. The room we were in only had 1 socket available to charge phones, iPads etc and the lighting is very subdued. They advertise that there is iron, ironing board, bathrobes & slippers in rooms but there is not. We were half board & the food was very good also the staff were excellent, with the exception of the reception staff who can't really be bothered with customers. We will definitely be going back to Costa Adeje as it is a nice place & good for a winter break but not to the Bahia Princess, overpriced and you would expect not to pay extra for fridge etc in this day & age especially in a 4 star hotel.More

433jessie, Inverness, United Kingdom

Enjoyable holiday

We recently had a week in the Bahia Princess and enjoyed it very much. We found the staff all very pleasant especially in the Restaurants. The food was excellent and lots of choice in the buffet. The entertainment in the evenings were some of the best we have seen. There are loads of sunloungers and whatever time of day you could always get one. There are a lot of steps in this Hotel but there are lifts to every floor. You have to pay for various extras but that applies in lots of Hotels in this area. It was made nicer by the fact we had a high floor overlooking the pool and had a good view as well. We would happily return to this Hotel and thank you too all the staff for making it so enjoyable.More

Peter P, East Sussex, United Kingdom

Good Hotel. Wrong Place.

Unfortunately this hotel is probably the best in the area. We were very disappointed when we arrived at the hotel Bahia Princess in Costa Adeje. We didn't know this area and the website suggested that it was a 'quiet' area of Tenerife. The hotel is in a built up area and not on the seafront as suggested. Thank goodness I had contacted the hotel in advance and requested a high floor and a sea view. Our room was surprisingly beautiful with gorgeous furnishings and a lovely marble bathroom. We had a view of the sea but only over the roof of the sister hotel, the Guayarmina Princess. We were thinking of staying there but not sure that any of their rooms would have had our view. Their front rooms overlooked the seafront walkway and cafes!! Good points of the hotel: 1. The hotel is quite spectacular in design. Beautiful staircases but lifts if you need them. 2. Three pools and plenty of sunbeds. 3. The restaurants are wonderful with great choice of food and exellent service. 4. The rooms are beautiful and immaculately clean. 5. The reception staff were very helpful. 6. The evening entertainment on some nights was better than expected. Three Tenors tribute and Robbie Williams tribute were worth seeing. 7. Wonderful piano bar with good bar staff. 8. There is a shop and a beauticians. Down points: 1. The hotel is in a built up area away from the beach. 2. Most rooms will have a view of the pool or the road. 3. The hotel charges for everything!! You have to pay for the key for the fridge, even though the fridge is on! I needed the fridge for my medication. You have to pay to use the safe per day and you pay per day for Wi Fi ... Parking is €6 a night. You even pay to change your pool towel!!j 4. There are two toiletries in the bathroom... soap and shower gel, but these are tiny. The shower gel sachet contains about half a teaspoon and not enough to wash one arm!! 5. The reception furniture could be updated. Very 3* 6. The hotel does not like you to use electricity in your room. There is only one socket and you are asked to use their hairdryer and their shaving socket. We needed hot water for my medication and we like to have a tea or coffee in our room. We also needed to charge our laptops and mobile phones. This hotel is not cheap and could be a 5* if it wasn't so mean. To top it all we were told that we would be offered a welcome drink. There was nothing in reception but when we had been in our room for 20mins there was a knock on the door and we were given one small bottle of water for both of us. It was so mean it made us laugh. An elderly man in a wheelchair had been rushed to hospital earlier in the day and was waiting for a flight home but the hotel charged him extra for a glass of milk at dinner even though he was on half board. Good hotel for people who just want to stay by a pool and don't need any extras. We got away from everything and went out on a catamaran to see dolphins and whales, then hired a car to visit the old villages and the volcano at Mount Teide.More

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