Hotel Club Jandia Princess

Families have plenty to keep them busy at this hotel. And grown ups will love the extra pools, restaurant and chill-out area they can exclusively use when they book an adults-only room.

Thanks to its hillside spot, this hotel has fantastic views across the Atlantic. And it won’t take you long to reach the sea and sand – you can get to Playa de Esquinzo via steps at the back of the hotel.

What’s great about this hotel is that it has grown-ups-only bits that are just for you to use if you book an adults-only room – including an à la carte restaurant, a bar and 3 of the 4 pools. And at night, you’ve a choice of venues depending on whether you want music or shows.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get


Full Board buffet meals. Snacks. Afternoon cakes and pastries. Ice-cream 11.00-17.00.


Unlimited local alcoholic beverages and soft drinks 10.00-23.00.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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Outdoor pool

This is a large pool and sits next to the children's pool, so you can keep an eye on the little ones from the comfort of your sunbed. It's heated in winter and there's a sun terrace with sunbeds.

La Choza Mediterranean à la carte restaurant

Open for Mediterranean buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner, either on the sun terrace or indoors. You'll be able to help yourself to the buffet lunch or order snacks such as pizza, hot dogs, hamburgers and sandwiches. This restaurant is also home to show cooking, where you can watch dishes being prepared right in front of you. Come the evening, this place turns into an over 18s à la carte restaurant that's just for guests staying in the adults-only rooms. One visit per stay is included when you book into the adults-only area, and a reservation is required. This place comes with a dress code for dinner, it's trousers and a shirt with sleeves for gentlemen.

Wellness centre*

You've got a Turkish bath, Zen area, sauna, whirlpool and gym. And there's a variety of massages to pick from too.

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family suite with private garden and terrace

Suites in the family section of the hotel come with a separate lounge area offering more space with a seating area and a small table and chairs. You also get your own private garden complete with sunloungers and patio furniture.

twin room with sea view and balcony or terrace

This twin room can sleep up to 4 people with twin beds and a sofa-bed provided. Outside you have patio furniture on the balcony or terrace with views overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.

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Nice but we won't be returning.

We visited for a week on 23rd July for our honeymoon. The Hotel is lovely, very attractive, rooms are big and very clean. We arrived quite late to find that food had been provided for us and we arrived to fruit and cava in our room. We had silver bands which permitted us access to the adult only areas, we didn't see too much point in upgrading to black bands for 20euros each per day, but decided that we'd just pay for any additional drinks after 11.00pm - the atmosphere in the sports bar after 11pm is not nice, the staff clearly do not want anyone in there after 11pm, whether they're paying for their drinks at the time or whether they've already been paid for with the black bands. Two nights in a row my husband and I were told 'You go now' by a barman at 1am - when a simple 'We're closing now' really couldn't have hurt - I intended to find out his name in order to complain, but he wasn't there the last two days of our holiday. A real shame because all other Hotel staff were friendly and helpful. We're both mid-thirties and really had no intention of just sitting getting as drunk as possible, yet that's how we were made to feel in the sports bar. Entertainment began at 9.30 every evening and was over by 10.10, After that there was no music on at all, not even background music. Has potential to be amazing but just really silly, avoidable things let it down.More

KerryGrehan, 186304

Beautiful hotel, great location, great food but a few things that let it down

My husband and i stopped here in May and really enjoyed our stay. The food was great (something new everyday, great selection and good quality), perfect location being close to the beach and a taxi rank just outside which is ideal if you want to take a trip into Jandia town, there is also a supermarket opposite- great for some cheap alcohol and suncream. The rooms in the adults only area were clean and spacious and have pretty much everything you would need. The hotel is on top of a steep hill so something to consider if you have mobility issues. The staff at the hotel were great, i would have to agree with other reviewers comments that the female staff were more friendly than the male staff and the restuarant staff and cleaners a lot more friendly than the reception staff, however they were all professional so cant really complain. We booked our holiday through thompson and would definately recommend the goleta paradise boat trip (we went twice in one week) and also the flavours of fuerteventura excursion was good. Although the 4x4 trip on the friday was awful (car broke down when we stopped and we had to get out and push!!) If you wanted to eat out one of the nights there is a restaurant just on the beach by the hotel- beautful food! The thing that put me off a bit with the hotel was you get a lot of sound in the rooms- the first night we didnt get any sleep as everyone was arriving throughout the night and you can hear the people in the rooms next to you. Also the hotel entertainment was pretty dire (voice dubbed grease musical). BUT should i return to fuerteventura i would probably stop at this hotel again as the benefits outweighed the negatives. More

Autumn0209, 186368

Hit or Miss

Judging from my own experience at this complex and other reviews, I believe the hotel to be either hit or miss. My boyfriend & I stayed In June 2016 in a suite. We were black band guests and therefore had access to the whole complex including the adult area and had access to branded alcoholic drinks and fizzy soft drinks in glass bottles. Pros; 1) The hotel is beautiful. Its not the best I've stayed in but it is a lovely hotel to look at. 2) Great access to a beautiful beach full of friendly chipmunks. Please note however there is a lot of steep stairs leading down the the beach. The beach is also a nudist beach, the is common across many beaches in Fuerteventura. 3) Separate dining area for adults at dinner time. This is good as it is away from children and Is well presented with lit candles. 4) Small "Farm". It's not really a farm. Its a small patch of land with chickens, rabbits a sheep and a goat. It's still really nice though if you have children as you can go in and stroke the animals. 5) 24 hour reception 6) A range of entertainment. It has themed night from the Lion king to dancing. 7) Good atmosphere in the sports bar which is open till 1am. Black bands are all inclusive until the last bar (being the sports bar) closes at 1am. 8) Pool tables, darts tables etc to keep you entertained. 9) Supermarket over the road with friendly staff and is close to Janida town. 10) House keeping staff are exceptional, honest and friendly. 11) Lovely goat stew, chocolate fountain and spring rolls. The breakfast is rather nice as well. My favorite food was the toasties. 12)HUGE bed in the suite with powerful shower. Cons 1) Reception staff were very rude. 2) A few Male restaurant staff were very rude. The female restaurant staff however were friendly and pleasant. 3) Wifi is chargeable. Only one person can use the WiFi at a time. The signal is rubbish. A waste of euros. I advise anyone who wants internet access abroad considering getting a deal with three mobile and use their feel at home bundle. 4) Suite is a waste of money. Please DO NOT upgrade or book the suite. The sea view is minimal. More like a view of the sea. The "private" terrace is not private. You can see right though the fence to next door, the rooms from above can see you from over their balcony, in front there is a cliff with a walk way that other passes by from outside of the hotel can see. Also anyone can walk right around and into your "private" terrace. One night we saw what we believed to be the security guard just strolling past. As it is on the bottom floor it is really noisy and you can hear everything going on outside and upstairs early hours of the morning. The bathroom is huge. The toilet is described as separate.It's not it just has a glass door across it and is very confined. Some documents say you have free use of the safe, others say its chargeable. We didn't risk it.You are suppose to get your mini bar filled on arrival. This didn't happen and after days we complained that there were many items we didn't received that were advised. Thanks to our rep we got the mini bar filled, this was with spar soft drinks and a beer. We didn't get express check in like advertised. We arrived around 9pm and was rather hungry after our flight was delayed. They did arrange food but that was not until 1am. We received a welcome gift of two mugs when we arrived, but did not receive a gift from princess during our stay. We also didn't receive a weather forecast for each day until the very end day when we was leaving our room. Due to the layout of the suite i wouldn't say its suitable for friends or a family. If you are feeling risky then stay at this hotel. Just please don't waste your money on a Suite to only receive half of what you paid for and the rest being a lie.The food was nice, the location is good but our experience with the staff and the suite was a big let down. I will not be returning to any Princess hotel in the future. If it was not for Thomson making our journey home so comfortable and trying their best to address certain issues I would not hesitate to make a formal complaint. If you do plan on staying the the Jandia hotel then I do hope you have a pleasant time.More

Jess L,

A wonderful but windy stay!

Lovely stay at this hotel from 23rd July until 3rd August. Transfer from the airport about 90 mins. Upon arrival check in was fine, done in about 20 minutes. While waiting we were given a glass of Cava. The room was great in the adult only area, ground floor with a little terrace and a bit of a sea view. The grounds are beautiful and maintained very well as is all aspects of the hotel. It is immaculately clean. The staff are proactive if there is a problem (if you tell them!) and they all see like genuinely nice people. As with any all inclusives the food can be an issue however here there is a good variety and the themed nights are very good. There is always the staples of pizza,chips, pasta and salad which some people like. It was not at all repetitive like other reviewers have said. It's there and available but you don't have to eat it! Al a Carte restaurants both great and beautifully presented but the La Choza buffet night was poor so we went to buffet restaurant afterwards to have our fill! The swimming pools are freezing making it unpleasant to swim and a quick dip is all most people can withstand. It's such a shame as they are gorgeous. The adults only areas were wonderful and relaxing as is the adults only dining areas. A real added bonus on other AI hotels we've stayed in. The adult only rooms are by far better than the family rooms. We encountered no problems with coloured bands like we were expecting. Everyone is treated the same at the bars without exception. Gorgeous beach just too windy to go to as the sand painfully whips up around you and goes in your eyes and mouth. You certainly can't lie on the beach as you get covered in sand. This hotel is unbelievably windy all the time. Not breezy but a howling gale all day and all night for 9 of our 11 days. We're told this is normal but at times was very unpleasant and made it difficult to relax by the pool reading or sleeping. I believe if the Uk suffered with wind like this, the trains and planes would all grind to a halt! In some ways, the wind spoiled a few days of our holiday but this is certainly not the fault of the hotel! With regards to the evening entertainment, some nights involved the animation team dancing or miming over films/musicals (not to our taste but most seemed to enjoy it) but other nights included external live acts such as the 70s Rock Experience and Jukebox night were very entertaining and talented. Not much going on in Jandia but worth a look however 'the stroll' along the beach to Jandia is more like a scramble or rock climb at certain times of day but when in Jandia there is much less wind which offers some respite. There are some lovely little restaurants and bars at the far end along the sea front promenade. All in all a good holiday. We would totally recommend this hotel to others but we won't be returning to Fuerteventura purely because of the wind. More

scuz2000, 186403

Good but no character

This hotel was beautiful to look at. AI food options were plentiful and tasty. Visits to premium a la carte restaurants were pleasant. Rooms were nice. Pool areas were nice. A generally "nice" holiday; missing a wow factor I couldn't really put my finger on. Location is also miserable nothing around unless you're prepared to get a taxi to the blackpoolesque Jandia. We paid next to nothing to be here but would have been disappointed if we'd paid full price. More

Max C,

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To enjoy the adults-only facilities at this hotel you must book a room in the adults-only section.


Hotel Club Jandia Princess
Rated: 4.0 /5 based on 2537 customer reviews
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