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.
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.
Stayed at the Bahia Princess, Costa Adeje from 6th May for 12 nights. First impressions - beautiful hotel with impressive reception and outdoor area. The hotel feels like it's been set on a Grecian theme with lots of pillars. Check-in was quick and a porter arranged our luggage. Rooms are really spacious compared to other hotels (we had 3 adults in the room with plenty of space). I had read some previous comments that the bedroom furniture was outdated but not at all. The furniture was all actually new with well proportioned wardrobes - the design of the drawers and mirrors in gold I felt was to keep in with the Grecian feel of the hotel. The downside was having to pay â¬4 per day for a fridge which you shouldn't have to in a four star hotel. Wi-if is â¬6 per day.
Pool areas are fab - three good pools and lots of separate patio areas to sunbathe so you don't feel everyone is crammed together. There is a parasol and table for every two sun beds. Everywhere is spotlessly clean.
The dining room was a good size and the food is just first class. Great variety at breakfast and dinner always offered a roast with fresh vegetables which made a welcome change from being offered chips like done hotels. The let down here was having to pay for fresh orange juice at breakfast and for water at dinner which I felt should have been offered complimentary.
Evening entertainnent overall was really good (particularly the Mister Sister act from Britains Got Talent and the West End Girls).
There are lots of hills/slopes/steps in this area so not great for anyone who has trouble walking. Nice walk along the coast however from Los Cristianos to Las Americas.
Overall a great hotel but slightly let down by the hidden charges mentioned above which you don't expect from a Platinum hotel.More
Sue P, 504160
Relaxing but close to night life!
This hotel is second in line from the beach.There are lots of restaurants and bars around the hotel. The hotel is spotless. 3 pools very well kept. Plenty of sun beds and pool towels provided. The food was fine, especially breakfast! Lots of choice. Dinner was lovely but could be a bit boring for more than a week. I went to a fab curry restaurant I had visited last year for an evening to break up the hotel dinners. I would definitely return. The staff were all helpful and friendly and the young Lady in the beauty shop was lovelyð
Only down side was paying for Wifi, I can't remember exactly how much it was, around Â£20 I think.......not the end of the world I know! I had a super sunshine break and felt rejuvenated when I returned home. Thank you B. P.xxxMore
Suzanne Ruth W, 186300
On our last day of another fabulous stay at the Bahia Princess. Food has been fantastic, staff friendly and courteous and the overall cleanliness of the hotel has been outstanding!! We are back in August with the rest of the family and have even convinced my sister and her family to join usð. Can't wait to be back!!More
Our fourth stay
Just come back from another great time at this hotel May 3 till 17th.
My wife and I have stayed at this hotel four times now and at different months of the year. The hotels rooms are cleaned every day, bar staff, and food in the restaurant has not changed over the years its still great.More
peter D, 186338
Will Not Return
I would have given the place four stars had it not been for the attitude of the staff on the penultimate day. We returned from a morning on the beach to a note under the door asking us to ring Reception regarding a broken lamp. Upon calling we were immediately told without preamble or question that a lamp had been broken and would be put on our bill. Having not broken the lamp we immediately refused to pay the receptionist replied she would report this to the manager. 5 minutes later the Thomson's Rep rang to ask for an explanation re the incident involving a lamp, we explained there was no incident and there would be no payment. We immediately went to the Thomson's desk by which time we were informed that the cost of the lamp had been removed from our bill. As yet we have not received an apology from any member of staff. This incident completely spoiled our holiday and we would definitely not return to this establishment. If anyone had cared to come and look at this broken lamp they would have found traces of blood on the inside so someone obviously had cut themselves. My suitcase had been moved and disturbed to enable whoever broke it to retrieve the broken pieces. We are a mature and honest couple have stayed in numerous hotels over the years and have never been treated like this. On a more positive note the food was very good and entertainment above average.More