Hotel Guayarmina Princess  

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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  • 1Building
  • 9Floors
  • 513Rooms
  • 5Lifts


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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

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.

Half Board

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.

Buffet restaurant

Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner with live cooking stations. Fortnightly Canarian or South American themed dinners are laid on. 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.

Pool bar

There are tables and cushioned chairs set out on the terrace, ideal for enjoying a mid-morning snack.

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twin room with balcony or terrace

These twin rooms come with a balcony or terrace for some extra outdoor space. They also include a sofa bed, air-conditioning, a satellite TV, and Wi-Fi*.

suite with balcony or terrace

Your suite will come with a furnished balcony or terrace for some extra outdoor space. They also include a lounge, 2 sofa-beds, air-conditioning, a satellite TV, and Wi-Fi*.

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Holiday Reviews

We had previously stayed here 6yrs ago with our children and loved it just half board, we always wanted to go back so booked All inclusive, we arrived late in the evening on 24th July, we chucked our suitcases in the room which was lovely H25, view wasn't what you would expect as it was overlooked by IberoStar and air conditioning machines just by our balcony, anyway long story short, the machines were very loud all night, and didn't have a great night sleep, we went to reception first thing the next morning and told them the room we were in, they knew instantly and immediately said they would change our room, we ended up with a slightly smaller room but a fantastic view on the 4th floor, could not fault this hotel one bit.😊More

Alex B,

Review of hotel and recommendations

Il give a brief breakdown of the hotel: Food/resteraunt - went half board ...unbelievable range of quality food daily who ever moans bout that needs their head checked. Found it odd though that water at evening you have to pay...but it's free at breakfast...I ate out too but found hotel food suprisingly better. Staff - seemed very approachable and helpful Rooms - spotless - make sure to get rooms 2nd floor or above as you get decent sea view...air conditioning is very good. Fold out bed for My daughter was awful as you could feel every spring...but quick fix is to put spare sheet in wardrobe under the fitted sheet for padding. Cleaners- absolutely fantastic was kept clean only slight issue was they seem to clean early. Pool- pools decent one side you can have lilos other side is where they do the activities such as volleyball...good fun. Sunbeds- plenty there but you get greedy idiots putting towels down as early as 5am to make sure they get seats under umbrellas for themselves and fat chavy brexit friends ...and they think the place is a dumping ground...if you are finished with your rubbish. ..put it in the bin. The bar -it's decent can be a little slow but good range. Kids club- if your child is 6 + they will be bored as it's really only suitable for very young. ..same goes for kids disco.....but plenty of kids around so you're children will make friends easily. Hotel entertainment -every night between 9-11pm they have some acts...some excellent (i.e..the blues brothers act,magician and Abba)...but some absolutely awful QUEEN tribute and fashion show....bring a deck of cards or domino's to play beside the pool in the eve. get an amazing sunset view bout 8:48pm on the right hand side of the pool Hotel location - right beside beach...but nicer beach bout 5 minutes up near harbour. Activities at night - big flaw with Costa adeje if your a family and want to go out at night. .honestly not much at all to keeps entertained. ..Hense I ended up hotel to see their entertainment. It could do with more fun stuff for kids in the eve. Activities during the day -highly recommend : 1.Jet skiing -can be a bit choppy but still fun 2.Rent a boat - rent a boat for 60 euro and you can head out far possibly seeing dolphins. 3. The big red speed boat- goes fast and is fun. 4..parascending -absolutely amazing looks scary but honestly once in the air it's peaceful plus we got to see dolphins. 5. Boat tour- on our trip got to see dolphins and pilot whales..can be choppy but worth it. 6. Monkey park - should be called gerbal park as 100's running around and only a handful of monkeys that look depressed. 7.did not do waterpark but everyone raved bout it.....the killer whale park is miles away plus super expensive so it's up to you. Didn't do volcano either as seemed very pricey plus nearly a day is used just to get to top and back Tips No wifi in room and expensive besides put your bloody phone and selfie stick away and soak up sun. I'd absolutely come back to hotel again....but not the area as not much to do in the eve.....personally feel costa del sol was more family friendly. More

MrBinbetweener, 186605

Lovely hotel in a great position

Arrived here on 22 July late evening and found the reception staff on at the time were very helpful and polite. Daytime staff were not so, we were on the 4th floor which talking to other holiday makers was the best. Views were amazing over the Atlantic and pool area. The room were a little small but very clean, the beds were comfortable except the sofa bed which our teenage son said this was very uncomfortable and not fit to be used as a bed. There is a small (mini) fridge in the room but you have to pay We were half board and found breakfast & evening meal was excellent with plenty of choice for everyone and every diat only gripe is you have to pay for water at the evening meal. Moving get on to the pool the pool was a little disappointing it is pretty shallow and too busy with too many balls and inflatables to have a swim. Bars around the pool just concentrate on the all inclusive, we asked for a plastic cup with some ice but were told we have to pay for it because we were only half board. Sunbeds you have to get up early to book your place even though the hotel rule is no reserving this is not enforced. WIfi if you want it you have to pay 19euros per week for one device only there are no free zones. Overall the hotel is lovely and is in a great position but if you let it, it will empty your wallet before you realise If you have a late flight back I would recommend keeping your room, we never and had to use the curtesy room which is just a shower in the saunaMore

Fchil, 186233

Disappointed by certain staff attitudes

We have visited the hotel before this holiday and thought it would be a great place to bring our grandson before he goes to high school on our return to the UK. The hotel was everything we had experienced before from the helpfulness of the staff and the camaraderie of the guests. If anything our experience when my wife had an accident really made me proud to be a European. However the hotel has started offering all inclusive as a board option, normally we would go half board as lunch can be a small meal and half board gives flexibility on going out through the day and using some of the excellent eateries around the hotel. This time we decided on the all inclusive option as this would allow our grandson the freedom during the day to have Fanta, Coke, ice cream, hotdogs or burgers without having to keep asking for money. Our unusual choice was noted by reception on arrival as the receptionist gave us our room card for half board and we then had to explain we were all inclusive and then at 23:00 dig out our paperwork to prove it. Why the hotel did not have this information perhaps Thomson can comment. We are now halfway through our holiday (note for management we are still on site and willing to talk) I have spoken to the Thompson rep about this before coming on line so no throwing the hands in the air and saying you were not told. All inclusive at this hotel means you are a second class guest in the poolside resturaunts. I am used to the all inclusive not covering named alcoholic beverages but you cannot even order the pizza the person next to you is having, you can only ask for a quarter. They have gone as far as having an all inclusive menu at poolside. Today as a family we sat for 30 minutes to have our order taken for food as the other guests paying cash orders were taken before us, I could possible still be waiting if it was not for one of the bar waiters personally going to his colleague to remonstrate that our order had not been taken. The resturaunt manager ignored me three times when I asked to order, preferring to take the order of the family at the table next to us who had just arrived. Maybe because they were cash customers or maybe because they were Spanish. Anyway it won't matter because I will not return.More

Danny B, 186565

Wonderful Holiday >Great atmosphere thanks to the staff . Pamela

We arrived on 19 July for 10 nights stay all inclusive. As soon as we arrived the service of reception staff was excellent we were in our room within 10 mins very efficient . The room was perfect 4th Floor sea view which we had e.mailed ahead and requested.Thank you. Room was very clean and comfortable, great shower and air con . We have stayed in Tenerife many times in different hotels and paid much more money but this hotel is one of the best. Very good choice of food, drinks and snacks and good service overall considering it was very busy .Entertainment was reasonable but we really enjoyed a walk along the front most nights as this location was excellent for this. Would not hesitate to return to this hotel in future as we really enjoyed the whole experience.More

Charlie B, 186518

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Hotel Guayarmina Princess
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 2738 customer reviews
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