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. 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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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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.
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.
It's a hotel-run club for ages 4 to 12 years.
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Aquamarine colours welcome you into these light and airy twin rooms. They sleep 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 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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Still a Great Hotel
My wife and I have just spent a week at the Bahia after last visiting in 2010. I have to say that the experience was even better. The rooms are very clean and the food is excellent. No problem with sun beds a really relaxing holiday. Only gripe is they still charge far too much for an empty fridge. A great holiday and would go back in the future.More
CyclistBill, Barnsley, United Kingdom
We have stayed at this hotel many times and everything about it is 1st class. The staff are very friendly and helpful and nothing is to much trouble. Costa Adeje has so much to offer as well as the surrounding areas. There is something for everyone. The entertainment is great and the food wonderful. We won't be back this year but are saving to come back next year hopefully.More
Bahia Princess Costa Adeje Return Guest
I have had the pleasure of staying at the Bahia Princess each year since 2003 and in many of them twice per year. The welcome I receive is exceptional (now being a solo traveller) from the moment I enter the hotel, from Micke and staff at reception, Esther, Janus, and many of the restaurant staff who have been there over most of these years. I shouldn't forget Moos and the very attentive bar staff and the Head Chef. The rooms are large with excellent storage space and are kept immaculately clean by the staff. Food in the buffet style restaurant is of a high standard, always warm and replenished on a very regular basis. There is also the option of dining al fresco. The hotel has a good location, 100m approx. from Fanabe beach, shops, restaurants and on the main public transport route. All of the above make it very easy for me to decide to return to the Bahia on a regular basis.More
Alex G, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Sleepless in Tenerife
If you want a good night's sleep don't go to the Bahia Princess. The rooms at the front of the main building face a busy dual carriageway with late-night bars opposite. The rooms at the back and in the annex face the entertainment lounge that pumps out noise until midnight. The hotel grounds are surrounded by roads on two sides and hotels on the other two sides, which makes it feel cramped. It compares poorly with its sister hotel, the Guayarmina Princess, that is just a few steps from the Bahia and overlooks it. It is a mystery why they are both rated 4 star when the facilities at the Guayarmina are so much better. All hotels in the Princess group in the Canary isles serve excellent buffet meals and the Bahia is no exception, but that cannot compensate for the poor location and facilities.More
We stayed at the Bahia Proncess from 19th April - 3rd May 2015. Some of the previous reviews I had read, seemed a bit disappointing, but both my partner and I were extremely pleased with all aspects of this excellent hotel. The staff were always helpful and friendly, especially those in the dining room. The food was the best we have ever had, a real good choice, with dishes to suit every bodies needs. A few nights were 'themed' nights. A chef cooked steaks, chicken etc in the evenings, omelettes, eggs and pancakes for breakfast. A few mornings there was even sparking wine! Never had that before! Our room was very clean and spacious, nicely furnished in turquoise colours. We were in room 0213. This room was almost a suite, with separate sitting area, where the sofa converted into a double bed, satellite TV, where we had BBC 1, BBC 2, and ITV. This room had a double balcony that over looked the main road at the front of the hotel, but with both patio doors closed, we didn't hear any traffic noise. Facilities in the room had air conditioning and hair dryer. I was disappointed that we had to pay extra for the safety deposit box, fridge and Wifi. For Health and Safety reasons (fire) the hotel asked the guests not to use other electrical items, except for electric shavers. This I found awkward as I needed my straighteners and I had taken my travel kettle for my cups of tea. The bathroom was well appointed with toiletries supplied, hairdryer and the towels changed every day. The sheets were changed twice a week. Pool towels were also provided, this saved on suitcase weight! Although you have to pay if you want clean ones! There was plenty of storage in the mirror glass fronted wardrobe, bedside drawers and sideboard. The evening entertainment was very good, there was two acts per night in the Princess bar. Happy Hour was from 8-9pm where cocktail's were half price. There was usually light entertainment in the Piano Bar where they had Happy Hour from 6-7pm, where the drinks were half price (except cocktails) For the two weeks we were there, there was just a couple of acts that wasn't too good but the others were excellent. For a 4 star hotel the drinks weren't too expensive either. It was a short walk down hill to the beach with bus stops within 100 yards.More
527Trees1, Oxford, United Kingdom
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