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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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Facilities ► View all
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.
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 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 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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Winter break at Bahia Princess
The heated pool was actually heated and very pleasant to use for the time of year especially as our first week of weather wasn't very impressive. We were not greeted very well on our arrival after a long journey , forms slammed on the desk and no smile or eye contact , I believe it was the character of one of the female receptionists as she appeared to have a permanent frown and not very amenable on several occasions after that. All the other staff were brilliant so hard working all the time and friendly . Our room was a basic twin with only a fan palm as a view and restaurant roof top. but very clean, the beds were rock hard and for a 2 week stay a bit too uncomfortable . Entertainment every night provided our room with a noise level unsurpassed by any other hotel I have ever stayed in due to the proximity and of the show and presenters . Fridge costs were extortionate I didn't want to buy it ! so we didn't have its use on principal. Evening meals though a choice were below par and cold by the time you served yourself the desired choice and negotiated back to the table a route that would avoid most obstacles and people. Breakfast however was really lovely provided you got there before the rush. I wouldn't book here again for a 2 week stay.More
720Jan720, Plymouth, England, United Kingdom
Slightly disappointed return
Having just returned from our third visit to this hotel and reading some of the other reviewers comments I will not repeat most of what is well reviewed concerning cost of fridge hire and wifi costs which nowadays is standard in many 4 star hotels in many countries. The positives were the rooms are spotless and well appointed although would strongly recommend taking your own pillow if like me you like a soft one! The staff were all polite and very helpful and towels and hair dryer are excellent quality. Disappointing was the food, yes it was plentiful, wide variety and well displayed but the temperature was throughout the week tepid at best. This we raised with the staff and were met by a shrug of the shoulders. I really do doubt the heated lamps were actually working. This has not been the case on previous holidays. I will add I am not a fussy eater. Just like my food warm as a minimum. Back to positives lots and lots of sun loungers on large terraces. There really is no need to be up putting towels out at the crack of dawn and again I do wonder why hotels do not police this. Would I recommend this hotel - yes but probably with a hesitation.More
sunseeker979, Leicester, United Kingdom
Our Return Visit Review
Just returned from our second visit to the Bahia Princess booked through Thomson Platinum. Flew from Exeter Airport which is close and convenient for us. Hotel was second week our our fly/cruise/stay package. Hotel standard was very good, as expected. We have stayed here before! Impressive, spacious entrance and well laid out rooms with good sized en-suites. Professional and helpful staff. Gave much better information than the Thomson reps! This visit we were allocated room 27 and, on arriving, were really pleased as the room was large with double aspect balconies, one overlooking the pools and the sea, and the other out onto the road. ... and there lies the problem with this room - or, probably, any other room on on reception level this side of the hotel. THE ROAD. Not too noticeable in the daytime but very noticeable through the night when sleep was disturbed by revellers, refuse collection vehicles and delivery lorries which collected and delivered in the early hours. The refuse lorries collected c.3.30am across the road at a hotel, making a dreadful racket!! Our room was directly above an area where deliveries were made in the early hours each day! One week was enough! If you are planning a holiday at the Bahia Princess we suggest you contact the hotel prior to your stay and request a room AWAY from the road or directly above the deliveries area. Otherwise the hotel is good with three lovely clean large pools and substantial sunbed areas. We enjoyed the variety and presentation of the food, breakfast champagne (probably Cava), smoked salmon, the lot!. The evening entertainment was mediocre in the lounge but we enjoyed the superb professional pianist' evening music in the Piano Bar. Brilliant! Also enjoyed the sporting activities in the daytime and had a go at pistol and rifle shooting also archery and boules and made some good friends during these activities. There are other activities also; table tennis, aquarobics and etc. Would we go back again? Only if we could be certain to secure a room away from the road. An observation. : It would help considerably if the hotel were to double glaze the side balcony windows (of which there were two double sliding "patio" doors) the noise problem would be very much reduced. At present is only single glazed.More
acolytonian, Seaton, United Kingdom
Good hotel, good location
This was our third visit to Adeje but first visit to this hotel. Thoroughly enjoyed our week at the Bahia Princess, part of this was down to the excellent weather. Firstly staff in this hotel are excellent nothing is too much bother for them. Like most people eating and drinking in the same hotel for a week becomes a bit monotonous however there was always plenty to choose from and of a good standard. Five minutes walk takes you to the beach the only complaint would be that the use of the fridge is charged on a daily basis- this should be included in a four star hotel. For four of us all wishing to use the wifi we each had to pay per device. Every restaurant and bar in the resort provides free wifi, surely a four star hotel should now provide free wifi for residents. I would recommend this hotel to family and friends.More
don s, stirling
We are at the moment staying at this hotel and it is fabulous! The food , staff, resort, everything. hotel do everything to make your stay exellent. We shall be returning every year I'm sure and have already recommended friends and family to come here.More
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