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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  • 5Floors
  • 275Rooms
  • 5Lifts


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Food & Drink

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

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

Half Board

Buffet breakfast 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

twin room

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

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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great hotel but too many annoying extras

This was my 4th visit to this really good hotel, the staff are really helpful and the food is quite good with plenty of variety the waiters and waitresses in the dining room are second to none. The room we stayed in could not have been better as it overlooked the pool and the entertainment stage in the evening. The downside is that there are too many annoying extras to pay for , fresh orange juice with breakfast I have never encountered in all my years of travelling abroad. There's no free wi fi which many hotels and bars in the vicinity provide, but the most irritating thing was the bar price a pint of beer was 7 euros !!! the average price in the adjacent bars was between 1 euro and 3 euros its dearer in this hotel than in London which is supposed to be very dear.More

barmybill, derby


Fantastic Hotel. Wonderful staff. Food is amazing beautiful flavor so much choice hot & fresh & plenty of it. Very clean room with comfy beds, large bathroom with a powerful shower. Location is perfect too, plenty of walking & bus stops very close. Great shopping Mall just down the road Plaza Del Duque much better than the Siam Mall. Highly recommended & would go again- will go again! The weather was hot & sunny every day. The only down side was very uncomfortable sun beds & the Fresh Coffee for breakfast was awful but found a cafe just across the road CAFE Vintage which served superb coffee perfect decaf for me & normal for my husband we went most days so reasonable.More

carian2014, Swansea County, United Kingdom

Good and bad points

Myself and my partner have just got back from a week in Tenerife after staying in the Bahia Princess for the first time. The hotel itself is beautiful - immaculate even! All pools are kept clean and there are always plenty of sunbeds. There are three bars outside, although they are quite expensive - I paid 13 euro for two vodka and cokes! The rooms are lovely too. However myself and my partner had two single beds pushed together which kept parting during the night which was disappointing. We complained to the reception staff a few days in and housekeeping where straight up to change the bed to a double. The hotel does not provide irons, so we had to go and buy one from a shop near by. I have never known a four star hotel not have an iron. Apart from that the rooms where of a good standard. Reception staff where always keen to help, and our two Thompson reps where fantastic. However, the same cannot be said for the restaurant and bar staff!! Very rude and abrupt. Wouldn't go out of there way for you at all. Even asking for a drink from a waiter seemed like too much for them to do! Food is very poor. We were half board, but we only ate breakfast in the hotel about 3 times, and even then we resorted to toast or fruit. We tried the food one night, then ended up going out and getting something elsewhere. Men must wear long trousers on a night, which we were unaware of the first time we tried to go to the restaurant, and rudely we were turned away instead of just explaining to us my partner must get changed. We ate out every day and night. The hotel is in a good location. Quiet on a night the majority of the time and in a nice area of Costa Adeje. Literally a 5 minute walk to the beach where there are plenty of bars and restaurants. Over the road from the hotel there is a friendly British bar which is really cheap for drinks and provides good entertainment. We spent quite a few of the nights in Las Americas which is a ten minute taxi ride away for around 8-10 euro. We found there was more going on there. Lots of shops and restaurants. We felt there was more to do here and preferred it better. Overall a pleasant stay in the hotel its self. However, I was really let down by the service of some staff and the food considering it is a high star hotel and we paid a lot to stay there. I would not stay in the Bahia Princess again. I think for a young couple like us we would be better off in Las Americas.More

Lauren B, North East England, United Kingdom

Very, very good hotel. Almost perfect.

Stayed here for 10 days with my wife and two kids (8 and 3). We were all in agreement that this was our best holiday ever with the hotel playing a large part. 10 minute transfer from airport and a short walk to the beach but what we found great was that it was very centrally located to all of the local attractions and activities. Rooms were a decent size, powerful shower. They were spotlessly cleaned everyday. The whole hotel was always kept very clean as well. The main pool was where we spent most of our time. The first couple of days we enjoyed playing with balls and inflatables but were disappointed when a different lifeguard was on duty from the 3rd day onwards decided to strictly enforce the rules that no balls and inflatable were allowed. We understood that those were the rules but upon arrival saw everyone playing with them so decided to buy some for the kids from the nearby shop to use. This was upsetting for everyone around the pool and the lifeguard got some angry comments daily from people around the pool. It was difficult to understand why this rule was needed as there are two other pools on a separate level which were a lot quieter if people wanted to relax. The main pool was also used for the very noisy but fun water polo and aqua aerobics and was the location for all other poolside activities, so seemed contradictory. However, this didn't ruin our holiday. We did have to get up early-ish to reserve the poolside sunbeds but there was always some available nearby if you slept in. We all loved the animation team. Our children, mostly the 3 year old, went to the kids club which was good fun. The evening entertainment was a mixed bag ranging from very good to a little bit cheesy was still entertaining. Food was excellent. Very varied and changed each night. Waiting staff were excellent giving the children a lot of attention. Bar staff were also exceptional. Always attentive and seemed very appreciate of the odd tip. The reception staff weren't as 'warm' as the rest of the team which surprised us. As other's have said there's minor points that could improve the hotel. No free WiFi although I needed this to check in with work so I assume free WiFi would be slower as everyone would be on it! Had to pay for the safe and for a key for the fridge. We used the safe for passports and valuables but not the fridge. Overall a very enjoyable experience. I've never been back to the same hotel twice but we are seriously considering going back in October.More

jws83jws83, Warwick, United Kingdom


Amazing hotel, cannot fault the hotel staff / grounds / food / entertainment / location - all faultless. Would recommend to friends and family. The ONLY comment i would make and i would be interested to see if the Hotel Manager responds directly to it is -Why is the reserving of sunbeds not enforced - if it is not allowed as per the hotels instructions then towels should be removed...... We got sunbeds everyday but i agree it is very selfish of people to put towels across 4 beds at 8am and not use them until after 3pm which happened a lot!!! (The lifeguard was quick to enforce the No BALLS in the pool rule and so the towel rule should also be enforced. - or drop the rule!!! Ace hotel though - and the fellow guest were also very nice, mostly British / German / Dutch ( no russians lol )More

moochymoo, north west uk

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