Full Board buffet meals. Hot and cold snacks 10.30-17.00. Afternoon cakes.
Selected alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including self-service beer, wine, water and soft drinks with lunch and dinner.
Snacks at set times.
Two large pools wind their way around. Dotted with palm trees and plenty of sunbeds to catch the rays. There's also a poolside bar nearby for drinks and snacks. One pool is heated during the winter months.
Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with live cooking stations. Fortnightly Canarian or South American themed dinners are laid on. Your main course at dinner can be served at your table, on request. If you're on Half Board, dinner can be swapped for a picnic lunch, and early suppers can be arranged. There's a dress code here, with long trousers and a shirt for gentlemen at dinner. Highchairs are also available.
The junior suite has a separate lounge area complete with a 32-inch flatscreen TV. It sleeps up to four in twin beds or a king-size bed and an extra sofa-bed. A sliding door opens up to a balcony or terrace with views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Twin rooms are light and airy. You can sleep four in here with twin beds and a double sofa-bed in the bedroom. Just so you know, when the room is fully occupied there’s no space for a cot. They are also located on the lower floors, not in the main building.
We stayed at the Guayarmina Princess for 2 weeks from 15th-29th September 2015.
The hotel is very impressive and very big. Beautifully laid out both inside and out.
We had been a bit apprehensive after reading some of the bad reviews before going. However, we had nothing to worry about.
Firstly, we arrived at 8.55pm and were greeted with friendly reception staff who checked us in quickly and told us about the hotel and that we could go and have a meal in the restaurant which is open until 9.30pm. Our room was 2007 and was lovely. We had a lovely view of the sea and part of the pool. We had asked for a high floor with sea view and that's what we got. Our balcony had sun until late afternoon.
The staff are all very helpful and very friendly. The bar staff, restaurant staff, reception staff and cleaners -all lovely people.
The pool area is beautiful especially with the Sunset Bar where you could go and chill out in the evenings and have alternative entertainment which suited us.
Yes there are a few down sides which I will now briefly mention. Our biggest one was the lack of kettle, tea coffee facilities in the rooms which we had offered to pay extra for but this is not permitted.. Also the cost of the fridge which we thought was very expensive. Paying for Wi fi did not bother us as we do not use it. And paying for the safe is usual. But the fridge- we did think that was a bit much.
The restaurant was very busy but we didn't have to wait at all for a table. The tables are in lines and a little bit close together but our biggest problem was we were somewhere different every time and we had to make sure we made a note of where we were as it was so big it was easy to "lose" your table. The food was varied and and on the whole very nice but I do not like what I call "mixed up" food and found the lack of labels on some dishes put me off as I wasn't sure what was in it. I opted mainly for the carved meat each night. This was very nice but there were many nights when it was pork. I think I had pork most nights except about 4. My husband is allergic to onions and as with most hotels in Spain, onions feature a lot. So he had to be careful. But the food was well cooked and presented. We never went hungry!!! Breakfasts were good. The entertainment was a bit hit and miss but appreciate it is hard to please all tastes.
Our room was cleaned every day and was spotless.
The hotel is in a lovely position and the lift down to the seafront is brilliant. We didn't have an issue with lifts as some people had said. Yes there are only two in the main hotel but we never had to wait too long for one.
Costa Adeje is a really nice town. We loved it. The weather was so hot and it was all just perfect. The local transport is good and runs on time. It is easy to get to places such as Los Cristianos and Las Americas and even Los Gigantes for only just over 4 euros each. Lovely walks along the promenade and a marina nearby.
We have had a very traumatic time the last few months and this holiday was just what we needed. Two weeks in a lovely hotel in a lovely place.
We would recommend this hotel and would return if we go back to Tenerife.More
Simply the best
I spent 2weeks here this September I am well travelled and was very impressed with this hotel we were a group of 4 adults the hotel was very very clean the food was of good standard I never had a bad meal and I enjoy good food and that is exactly what I received it was situated on the beach with a promenade of shops and bars the whole area was fantastic if I had one criticism it would be that on the first couple of days the bar service was poor but after that it improved greatly the entertainment was very good and the animation team were fantastic girls and boys this is definitely a hotel to revisit loved it .More
HelenPrk, Southampton, United Kingdom
We were apprehensive after reading some of the reviews but were pleasantly surprised. in a good location,good access to beach via a lift,close to bars restaurants. We emailed hotel to request a room on higher floor as previous reviewers suggested but were given one on lower level which was near to the rd so not so good. Everywhere was spotlessly clean, staff are a credit to the hotel,animation staff very good especially Atilla. Pool area was nice but beds are all a bit close together , most people put towels on sun beds by 8 to 8 30. Dining room in the evening very busy and tables too close together not a very enjoyable experience. You can use the facilities at the sister hotel the Bahia and most evenings we went there for the entertainment and you can sit outside to watch it and it was very good, we really liked it there, we were half board so not sure about if you are all inclusive if you can use that there. You shouldn't have to pay for WI FI , fridge and safe and no tea/coffee making facilities if this is a 4 star platinum hotel. Apart from a few niggles we had a nice holiday and being able to use the sister hotel as well was really good.More
Enjoyable location & facilities
We requested high floor rooms overlooking harbour and thankfully we were allocated rooms 3009 & 3010 so very please. Enjoyed our weeks stay only problem was dining room very crowded. The reception staff always helpful especially Yusef who quickly charged up my kindle so I could read on flight home, forgot to do previous night.
Always was able to get 4 sunbeds together on the area on first level, so silly how people reserve early! Last year we went to the Princess Gran Canaria in Playa del Ingles all 4 in our group thought the evening meal food was better there, better variety.
Would return in the future enjoyed the location, close to bars, beach etc.More
Ibiza091, Wrexham, United Kingdom
Visited back in April(sorry not recent) and it was lovely!
Food is yummy!
Staff are very busy but when they have time to talk they are very nice!
Hotel is gorgeous!
And the location is very nice! Would recommend this hotel please ignore all bad comments people like to moan!More