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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  • 9Floors
  • 513Rooms
  • 5Lifts


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Food & Drink

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

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

Full Board

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.   

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.

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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. 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.

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

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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Canteen atmosphere

Booked a week all inclusive with Thompson, tried to get a junior suite but was told by Thompson that these were not available all inclusive, however this was not the case, upon arrival the hotel said that they are available and it could have been booked, it seems that the Thompson manager in the shop was clueless, and even worse, he made a complete mess of our booking which took him 3 days to get right , that's right 3 days!!!!!. The hotel were not willing to satisfy my Thompson travel request for a room higher than the reception floor and we were shoved into the level 2 floors down, a sort of below ground rabbit warren, after 3 days we were offered a move, but we decided against it considenring the upheaving of all packing unpacking to do, it seems that the hotel were unaware that I had made the request through Thompson who get a score of 0 out of ten for that episode. The food was nice, fresh and a good choice, served in the main dining room which was self service buffet which worked fine for a large gathering of people of all nationalities, a bit like a posh works canteen though, but I would think it difficult to do it any other way and be as effient as these people were at managing it, 10 out of 10 for this, the drinks were all local stuff, no brands whatsoever, still ok, but large measures every time, no complaints there then. Outside and inside is spotless, everywhere, a credit to everyone who works at this fine hotel. If you book at this hotel, try the direct method, they can accommodate and you will get the room you ask for, cut out the middleman, sort your own flights, my Thompson flight was cramped, very tight, unacceptably tight for a 4 - 5 hours flight, and I'm not a big person, must have been bad for anyone with a big stature, why do these people compromise here, if there is any emergency, the outcome is decided on how quickly the plane is evacuated, in our case we would be struggling on a Thompson jet, the people who order these seating plans do not travel this way, they go business class, they have not experienced 4 hours in a small space crammed in with everyone, shame because the Boeing 757 - 300 is a large plane lots of room normally, made for large people, Thompson should be ashamed going after a few lousy bucks at our expense, it will not happen again, I won't travel with Thompson ever again, they are rubbish.More

beenthere1974, UK

Great hotel on the seafront, Very good entertainment, but food disappointing

We went to this hotel just before Christmas. It is very impressive and the decoration and design it fantastic. We did have to change rooms a couple of times due to noise. but ended up in a lovely room. The food was average, lots of choice, but not very warm. The evening entertainment was fantastic, we actually never went anywhere else in the evening the shows were that good. Would stay again.More

roadrunnerTorquay, torquay


Had a fantastic stay in Guayarmina Princess. Didn't have a sea view room but the size of the room made up for that, after all you only sleep there. As young pensioners the evening entertainment wasn't what we wanted, but the hotel is so central that there is plenty to do and see within walking distance. Hotel food is good and plenty of it. This is the third time we have stayed in this hotel, but the first time in March, we have stayed in December before when the weather was cooler. Enjoyed it so much we plan to go again next March as it is warm enough to laze around the pool or enjoy the pool activities.More

Diane M, Cardiff, United Kingdom

Nice, but too big and too many people

We stayed one week in March at the Guayarmina Princess Hotel. The hotel is big and rather nice, with a very good location just at the Beach front. The room it self was big and nice, however we had to large single beds, why they do not have twin beds, we do not know. We had opted for breakfast and dinner. While breakfast was nice, dinner was a bit disappointing, with a lot of people, ques and not too god food. The pool area at the hotel was big and very nice. However, allready at 8 in the morning, most beds would be taken, even though not used until later in the day at times. I really Wonder why the hotel allows for the bed to be occupied all day long without use. Still all, in all a very nice hotel.More


Value for money. A perfect sunshine retreat.

We have been coming to this Hotel for the last four years and were concerned after reading recent reviews that the previous standards may have slipped since offering all inclusive packages. We have just come back from a one weeks stay and have found that the standards have actually improved. We love the spacious rooms and the improvements made to the pool area and in regards to previous comments made about the dining experience although it can be very busy at times it still meets a high standard. It is the staff however that deserve the highest praise as they never stop! The Hotel is constantly cleaned and the restaurant staff are always friendly (special mention to Juan) despite being rushed off their feet. Visiting the Guayarmina has become like visiting a family friend and if you're looking for a sunshine break in a perfect location with friendly staff this Hotel is ideal. We will be coming back next year God willing.More

Matthew N, Manchester, United Kingdom

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