Hotel Guayarmina Princess  


Design, décor and setting – everything about the Guayarmina Princess gets full marks. The first thing that hits you is the tall imposing atrium at its centre. All gleaming white pillars and porticoes on the outside, it’s more Roman temple than beachfront hotel. Inside, polished marble floors, indoor palm trees and high, cathedral-like ceilings add to the effect. Walk through and you discover the atrium looks right on to two enormous swimming pools, criss-crossed with little bridges.

Then there’s the location. It’s set right by the sea in upmarket Costa Adeje, with a lift to whisk you down to the promenade which you can cross to reach the soft sandy beach. Turn right and you’re a stroll away from little Playa del Duque with its chic designer boutiques. But if you’re after something a bit more full on, go the other way and it’s only three kilometres to the bright lights of playful Playa de las Americas.

Back at the hotel, meanwhile, there’s lots to keep you occupied – tennis, squash, even rifle shooting. And as well as a great pool scene there’s a marina just around the corner where you can hire jet skis.

As for dining, the Guayarmina Princess pulls out all the stops at mealtimes, from show-cooking to sumptuous buffets.

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  • 9Floors
  • 513Rooms
  • 5Lifts


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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Full Board

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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2 outdoor pools

One pool is heated during the winter months.

Buffet restaurant

For breakfast and dinner with show cooking and fortnightly Canarian or South American themed dinners. Your main course at dinner can be served at your table, on request. Evening meals can be swapped for picnic lunches, 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.

Princesa bar

The entertainment kicks off here at 6pm and carries on into the early hours. Please note the dance floor is a child-free zone after 9pm. Drinks, snacks and ice-creams are available here between 10am and 6pm.

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twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 4 with twin beds and a double sofa-bed in the bedroom. Please note that there is no cot space when the room is fully occupied. Wi-Fi at a charge.

junior suite with sea view

Junior suite with sea view sleeps up to 4 with twin beds or a king-size bed and extra sofa-bed. Complete with a 32-inch flatscreen TV and a lounge area. Wi-Fi at a charge.

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We have just come back from this two week stay me and my boyfriend loved it. We had a stunning beach view!! We had two double beds, sofa bed and the most clean room everyday. We went half board every morning we would wake up and have a wide range of breakfast options, full English, pancakes, fruit, pastrys, toast the lot. Then at tea we had everything fish, steak, pork, turkey all salads, pizza it was beautiful. We will 100% be staying here againMore

Jodie T, Runcorn, United Kingdom

Very good for price paid!

Just back from a week staying at this hotel. Pleasantly surprised. We were half board and price was similar to self catering in some other places. Breakfast and evening meal always had plenty of choice with a carvery type area which in the morning served omelettes and evening a selection of meats freshly cooked. Pool area was nice and plenty of sunbeds. There were a variety of activities throughout the day as well as two evening shows which were always very busy. We were on floor 1 at the very bottom, not much of a view but plenty of space in the room itself. Didn't pay for a fridge or wifi as didn't see it necessary as almost all the restaurants/cafés nearby have free wifi anyway. Overall we enjoyed our stay and would return. More

Claire S, Aberdeen, United Kingdom

Great return visit. Excellent staff but rip off extras

We stayed at the Guayarmina 4 years ago and enjoyed it as much this time as then. We pondered whether to come here or to the adjoining Bahia Princess as we had stayed there as well. The location is excellent with plenty of shops and restaurants nearby. The Bahia is supposedly better but there's little to choose. The Guayarmina location is better as you can get straight down to the promenade but it's also has twice as many rooms so it seems crowded especially by the pool where the sunbeds are packed together like sardines. On the other hand, the Bahia has very many steps. Taking everything into account we preferred the Guayarmina. The staff were excellent and friendly and the hotel itself was spotless. We had a comfortable room in the main building, excellent food both an quality and quantity. There was always a good choice. It's not "fine dining" but you would never get that in this type of hotel. Entertainment was much better. They now have two shows each night and some of the tribute acts were outstanding, especially the Three Tenors and the Beatles who play their songs almost note for note. As in all Princess hotels they charge an outrageous amount for a fridge but we knew that in advance and it was our choice as we like cold beer and milk for our tea and coffee (bring your own travel kettle). The charge for the safe is exorbitant especially as it involves no expense and they will accept no responsibility for things left in rooms. They simply programme your room key so it operates the safe. The worst charge of all was for Wi-Fi especially as it only covers one device. My advice is not to bother. If you need internet access in the hotel there are some computers which cost one Euro for 10 minutes but most cafes and bars have free Wi-Fi. Most have a secure log in and so long as you're a customer they will give you the code. The best thing for us was the location and also excellent value for money compared with the more expensive hotels further along the coast such as the Riu. It would have cost us £300 per person extra for the week which we don't think worth it. We would be happy to come back again.More

Johnjo42, England

Great Position

Just returned from a lovely week in this hotel. As advised I emailed the hotel in advance asking for a room on the top floor with sea views. We were very pleased to be allocated a room on the 4th floor and watched whales and dolphins through our binoculars whilst sitting on our balcony. We found the room and facilities were good. Not keen on the rushing about in the restaurant helping ourselves to the meals but you couldn't fault the food. A bonus was getting all the main UK Tv channels on our tv. Like others we were horrified at the high daily charges for wifi and 4eu day for the tiny fridge but the position of this hotel is outstanding. More

elderfeet, Bournemouth, United Kingdom

Luck came our way.

Just returned from a week at this lovely hotel. I must add that we were really fortunate to get a nice room with lovely views. I had e mailed the hotel in advance to ask for a high floor and that is exactly what we got. I had read before going that some of the rooms were in a basement. I have to agree, yes, there was and we would have hated to have been given one. This is a lovely hotel in a wonderful location. The food choice was excellent, there was everything that you could possibly want to eat. The tables were very close and yes it was busy but we never had to wait. The staff were very friendly and worked hard. I must admit that I would have concerns about going back to this Hotel only because of the allocation of rooms. It appears to be pot luck.More

bezza01, northumberland

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