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 three pools, plus one for children, there’s plenty of swimming space. And evening entertainment is big news, with everything from tribute acts to comedians.

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Based On 1736 reviews

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

Platinum

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
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 with plenty of sunbeds scattered around each one. The main pool is the biggest and is heated in the winter.

Buffet restaurant

This is the place for breakfast and dinner, with show cooking in the evenings. 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

single room with balcony

These single rooms are simply furnished with luxurious touches. There’s a balcony for that extra bit of space, a minibar*, plus air-conditioning is available from May to October.

twin room with balcony

These bright twin rooms are simply decorated with luxurious touches. You’ll find a balcony for that extra bit of space outside. You’ll have 1 sofa bed and a minibar*, plus air-conditioning available from May to October.

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Nice hotel, but .......

Just returned after spending a week at this hotel. Cannot fault the cleanliness, the food was really good, something for all tastes, and the staff are friendly. My complaint is having to pay to use the fridge, which is on anyway, this is the first time l have ever had to pay before. My other gripe is sockets or lack of them ! The hairdryer in the room was hopeless, and not being able to use my own appliances in this day and age is ridiculous. I think these two complaints need addressingMore

Diane H, 504213

Not a Platinum Hotel

I have stayed in other 5 star hotels in Tenerife and this for me was a 4 star,and should not be Platinum The place is tired and dated and needs to be refurbished to bring it up to date- here's why : there are not enough plugs in the room ( 1 plug socket, hey we all have gadgets now it's 2016 ) , and as other people have written previously you have to pay extra for WiFi, Fridge , clean towels, safe, fresh orange at breakfast , water at dinner , there is no iron and no kettle , if you take a shower the bathroom is a sauna as there is not enough ventilation, & the glass over the bath let's the water spray out onto the floor ,If you get up at 7.30 am and look out every sunbed has a towel on it so no chance of getting near any of the pools . The food was good but again surroundings could have some low key music as there was a school hall feeling and no ambience . I would not book again here as there are much better hotels in Tenerife .More

lynda m, 186411

An enjoyable week - much to recommend here

I just returned from my 2nd visit to the Bahia Princess. My first was last year on the recommendation of my brother-in-law who has been ther around 6 times so it must be doing something right. In essence, I would go back again. Read on for more detailed comments. There is much to recommend the Bahia Princess and a few niggles, but the positive outweighs the negative.. Pros....the rooms my party had (2 rooms, 5 people including two mid teenagers) were spacious and comfortable. They were located in the front of the building which meant that on the one hand you could hear music from the local bars (though this was only really noticeable on Wednesday) but on the other hand the rooms remained nice and cool meaning that the slightly noisy air-con could be kept at a low setting. Last year our rooms overlooked the pools and had a sea view. While these seemed more desirable it did mean that the noise of the in house entertainment made an early night impossible, and the rooms got incredibly hot even with air-con turned up full. The rooms were well cleaned every day and fresh towels provided as necessary, including towels for use in the swimming pools. The buffet breakfast and evening meal had a great amount of variety to suit the tastes of everyone in the group, including the picky teenagers. Buffets are not everyone's favourite way to dine and, for me at least, do not make for a relaxed dining experience. However, the food was tasty and plentiful. My particular favourites were the freshly grilled fish on offer each evening and the range of different salad dressings including the local mojo sauces. The staff at the bars and restaurant were friendly and efficient (though seemed a little understaffed on Sunday), happy to help and genuinely seemed to enjoy their work. I recognised many from our visit last year and I think that is a posiive sign. The location is excellent, close to Playa Fanabe, Plaza deal Duque, scooter hire, waterspouts, shops, the bus stops for Siam Park and Siam Mall and the local bus stop (catch the bus to Los Gigantes about 45 minutes to the north for a nice day out). There is also an Avia car hire place about 2 minutes walk away if you want to explore the island further (cost about €50 for 24 hours). The prices of drinks are higher in the Bahia than in neighbouring bars but there is a happy hour from 6-7 in the Piano bar and between 8-9 on cocktails in the Princess bar. The teenagers enjoyed some of the daytime activities such as pistol shooting, aqua-fit, water polo etc though most days we went out and about. The evening entertainment was mixed, ranging from the very good indeed to the slightly shonky (I'm a bit of misery guts when it comes to singers as I used to be one myself and at the very least they should be able to hit all the notes in their chosen repertoire...) but most folk were happy with what was on offer. The ABBA tribute and Comedy Elvis were the highlights for my family. Cons...the nabbing of sun loungers in the early morning was very annoying and much worse this year than it was last year. It was impossible to get one poolside on the few occasions we decided to stay in-house. Smoking is allowed in outside areas. As Tenerife is so warm nearly everything, apart from breakfast and dinner, was outside, so it was a bit like being in Butlins in the 1980s at times with the smoke rising around the pool and at the tables at the Princess bar. The pool tables and air-hockey machines were a bit tatty though in working order most of the time. The hotel charges for wifi, safe and fridge as extras. We knew about this and accepted it as part of the expense of the holiday (booked via Thomson, huge saving by flying from Newcastle rather than Edinburgh...I mean HUGE...made it worth driving down, overnight in an airport hotel and the cost of a week's parking) but many travellers these days are dismayed by these added extras for things which, in many locations, are accepted as standard expectations. For those who need wifi every bar in Costa Adeje has free wifi so for the cost of one drink at each you can get the password and tweet, snapchat and Pokemon Go to your heart's content (and then stand outside it the next time you want to use their wifi as the passwords disn't seem to change!) Overall, I would return to the Bahia Princess if the deal was right, as it was this year. There is much there that was very positive for me and my family. More

GriffDHanson,

A nice hotel with a couple of minor flaws

Visited this hotel with my family for a week in July. Overall, the hotel is extremely clean with lovely staff. We didn't particularly enjoy the food at this hotel (having been spoilt with better gastronomy experiences at the Adeje Gran nearby or the Amathus Beach in Rhodes in recent years). I'm not suggesting that the food is horrible by any means but I found certain aspects disappointing (eggs swimming in oil and chicken fillets over cooked until they tasted like pieces of rubber). The hotels entrance is certainly imposing but you do feel a little bit claustrophobic when sat at the pool with other hotels overlooking the area. I would recommend the hotel as value for money but would advise families with children to consider the sister Hotel Guayarmina as a more appropriate choice. We enjoyed our stay however and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend it as overall it is a nice place and is close enough to the bars and the beach.More

Dean M, 186403

Lovely location

Just returned from a weeks holiday . I travelled alone with my daughter . Our room was lovely big balcony on the side and a lovely pool / sea view . However there is a lot of steps . This didn't bother us my daughter quite enjoyed running up and down and counting the steps as she went . There is elevators so this wouldn't be a problem if anyone had a wheelchair etc . My only disappointment was we weren't allowed to keep the room for a late check out as the hotel was full . So if you have a late flight book a late check out at the time of booking . We were given a slot for a courtesy room . But our flight wasn't till after midnight so we had a 7 pm slot . When we got in the room there was a plié of used towels on the bathroom floor . I was shocked as was my daughter . Thought they would have been to collect dirty towels before anyone else went in . Seeing as the rest of the hotel us spotless . We were on half board . My daughter really enjoyed having a bit of everything . There's plenty of bars and restaurants close by if you fancy a change from the hotel . The beach us just a short stroll down the hill . Would recommend this hotel . Will be going back soon . All the staff were really friendly and the animation team were great with kids and big kids .More

Stephanie W, 528795

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