With a seafront location and a fantastic pool scene, it’s no wonder guests come back to the Hotel Guayarmina Princess year after year.
This hotel’s location gets full marks – it’s right by the sea in upmarket Costa Adeje. A lift whisks you down to a sandy beach, and a stroll along the promenade lands you in Playa del Duque.
The interiors here are pretty impressive, and feature indoor palms, high, cathedral-like ceilings and polished marble floors.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Full Board buffet meals. Hot and cold snacks 10.30-17.00. Afternoon cakes. Selected alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages including self-service beer, wine, water and soft drinks with lunch and dinner. Available in select bars. Just so you know, the All Inclusive option needs to be pre-booked for you won't be able to upgrade to this at the hotel. Snacks at set times.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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2 outdoor pools
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.
There are tables and cushioned chairs set out on the terrace, ideal for enjoying a mid-morning snack.
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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.
junior suite with sea view
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.
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We visited from the 10th of July for 14 nights. On arrival we we're checked in quickly and given our room key, I had emailed beforehand to be considered for a room on a high floor. We we're on the same level as reception which we thought was ok however walking to our room and having arrived around 8pm we could hear the evenings entertainment in full swing.... It was very loud and directly opposite our room. We decided to not un pack that night and see how we got on with the noise. Having looked at other hotel rooms we may be offered we decided to stay where we were although it was not relaxing at all. After coming back from dinner outside of the hotel we were unable to get to sleep until around 2am due to the loud music/tribute bands or karaoke going on right near our room! This did especially ruin our holiday as it meant we were laying in in the morning and missing the breakfast which was included in what we had paid for. The room itself was nice, basic but had everything you need. Although the bathroom is very dated! And bed quiet hard. You also have to pay for the fridge? I can't really comment on the food as although we paid half board we did not eat in the hotel for the evening meal as we prefer to go out and eat. There are lots of restaurants just outside the hotel so plenty of choice! We also only managed to make breakfast 3 times in our two week stay, however this was hit and miss as to what was available and sometimes the sausages were pink (not sure if this was the type they used). At the time we went the pool was also being refurbished which Thompson failed to mention when booking. Luckily the pool was finished for our stay, however they were retiling so it meant sections were closed off whilst workmen went about their work. We had no problem getting sun beds however our second week was the beginning of the school holidays so we're more kids around. The pool bar was quiet expensive and food wasn't to great, also did see a few cockroaches running around. The hotel does have a nice view of the beach, it is black sand. All in all costa adeje is a nice area with plenty of restaurants and a nice beach but I don't think I would return to this hotel, due to the noise from the entertainment which did not Interest us, preventing us from relaxing and being able to sleep at night until late. More
"5th Time and Still Great, fabulous New Year"
Having been to this hotel a number of times, we have noticed some changes over the years, this year we noticed the changes were for the better. The pool area is much safer and nicer, as it's not as slippery. yes the beds are a little close together but have seen worse. The food at the hotel is very nice, you do have to go and help yourself so if you are after waiter service then i suggest you go to a 5* star hotel where you will get this service. The new years eve party was the best we've had so far at the hotel, the gala dinner is a credit to the Chef and the staff work very hard to provide excellent service and at the same time they're also having fun, which is lovely to see. The entertainment was fabulous this year, they have improved on the shows and the music. We have booked again for Christmas and New Year 2015, so say no more!! Looking forward to it.More
Debbie W, Essex, United Kingdon
Excellent hotel, very friendly and helpful staff. Most rooms have good aspects but those at the lower levels don't, try and avoid these. Quirky main lifts, can be a bit of fun or very annoying. Rooms are very clean and nicely appointed. Food in restaurant and pool cafes is very good. Usual excellent range of drinks expected in Spanish hotels.More
Mike T, Halifax, Uk
Lovely New Years
Stayed at this hotel with my husband from 26 December 2014 to 02 January 2014. Hotel is very well situated right on the promenade. The public areas of the hotel are very nice. The corridors could probably do with a bit of redecoration. We stayed in a sea view suite on -3 floor. This was nice with a lovely view and had the sun all afternoon. The food at this hotel is OK, not exceptional but just fine. The A/I drinks are very good with cava included. Staff are lovely and very friendly. We did not feel we were treated any differently from non A/I guests as has been previously stated on here. The New Years Eve Gala dinner was exceptional. Excellent and the staff were wonderful. The Manager of the dining room works extremely hard and does an excellent job. The only complaint I have is that the sunbeds are very close together (you are practically reading your neighbours book). You also had to be quite an early riser to get half decent beds. However, this wouldn't stop me coming back to this hotel.More
welshsunlover, Wales, UK
4* accomodation 2* dining experience
We have just had an enjoyable ten day stay at this hotel. The hotel is in an ideal sea front location and has a 4* star feel to it, rooms are good, everywhere spotlessly clean, plenty of sunbeds around the pools. Staff in the bar, dining room, reception and maids are all extremely helpful and friendly, they are all very hard working and efficient. However, evening dining is not the usual 4* experience we have had in other Costa Adeje hotels. There is plenty of food choice of a good standard but nothing special. The dining room is very busy, tables are close together, other guests squeeze past whilst you are eating. We like to take our time over dinner in a relaxing atmosphere, chatting with friends. Breakfasts were excellent and the busy dining room was not so important. We will return to this hotel it is worth a visit, but again have most dinners outside the hotel.More
boatman083, Peterborough, United Kingdom
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