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 three of the four 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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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.
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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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.
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.
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what band problem ?
just back from a week at the jandia princess , was a bit worried after reading a lot of negative reviews but shouldnt have been , Firstly the band debate we were allocated blue bands on arrival as a family and were treated no differently to anyone else ( black or silver bands ) obviously we couldnt use the adult only areas but we were not bothered as we had a child with us anyway, secondly the staff were very freindly and attentive taking special care with our little girl , food was fine late breakfast great at la choiza , the drinks are what you would expect at all inc .Would we go back? of courseMore
Mums 50th celebrations
8 of us came to this hotel to celebrate mums 50th birthday. Unfortunately I will not be returning to fuerterventura as it is not very exciting. There are lots of excursions but there the same as everywhere else. This island doesn't offer anything more than Gran Canaria for example whereas Gran Canaria is beautiful, fuerterventura looks like you've landed on the moon. We did go on fuerterventura uncovered which is well worth going on as it brings the culture to life! Now for the hotel. The rooms are lovely. There are lots of areas for a change of scenery should u need it. Only went in the main pool as there was never much space if u didn't get there at the crack of dawn. The main pool is very pretty with a lovely view of the beach and a lovely waterfall the side with the water fall is not heated and the other side is much warmer. We upgraded from blue bands to silver so we could go in the adult areas because if not ur not aloud in there. This means you can have two a la carte meals in both a la caste restaurants. Which makes for a pleasant change and la chosa has a lovely view of the sea also! Everywhere is kept very clean and there is a great sports bar with lots of pool tables and various arcade games. The entertainment is awful! Would go to another princess hotel in the future as this is the second one we've been to and think they are fair. However the segregation of the all inclusive is a little uncomfortable and makes it feel like a Way of getting an extra 60 euros out of you. The wifi is really good and works in most areas of the hotel. As a nice touch without saying anything the porter bought some wine cheese and olives to my mums room for her birthday. The problem with fuerterventura is that it is all hotels and nothing else even going into jandia didn't stand out as it didn't look like ur traditional Spanish town it was just a street with a sea view and shops selling the same things! More
Rachel H, 187045
Ok but can improve in places
We arrived here on the 12th for a week. The hotel was ok but definitely not a 4/5 star hotel and can improve in loads of areas. We arrived at the hotel to the coach driver walking off and not helping get cases of so ended up doing his job for him while getting our off which wasn't a good start. Then we had to queue to check in for about 45 minutes which was long as you couldn't go and get a drink. Wrist Bands: This system was really pointless as upgrading from blue to silver you only get to go round 2 other pools and are able to sit in the adult area in the restaurant. And you had to upgrade to black to get premium drinks which was pointless. Think adults should really just have one colour wrist band and should be able to use everything. Wifi: The wifi was advertised as free wifi zones on the Thomson website and it wasn't you had to pay â¬19 for a week and it was still bad and slow so just used my data on my phone which was a lot quicker. Rooms: These were cleaned everyday and always went back to a spotless room. Room wasn't to small and had enough room to get ready. Bathroom did steam up quickly when in the shower and the window being open didn't really help this. They should really feel the fridge up with soft drinks as it shouldn't have to matter with what colour wrist band you are as it's meant to be all inclusive and we still spent loads in the supermarket for drinks for room. And also you shouldn't have to pay for the safe even though it wasn't to expensive. Beach: Went for walks down there most days but you do have to pay for sunbeds down there and you do have to walk down even a steep slope or steps. Pool: The main pool was great even though it was cold specially the deeper end. Pool was kept clean and was a nice way to refresh yourself. Entertainment: The entertainment was one of the best I've seen a massive well done goes to Giulia, Francesca, Lina and the rest of the team who new how to make you have the best holiday and always had a smile on there faces. There wasn't much entertainment going on but was always great fun and the evening entertainment was amazing and was nearly at the level of west end shows. And well done on your premier for Cats was amazing for your first show, you all worked hard. Food: The food was the same everyday and was always cold. Wouldn't recommend going to the al carte restaurants as was the same food as the main restaurant and was probably worst than the food in there. Would I go back probably not! More
Brilliant but some improvements needed
Me and my partner stayed for 14 nights in the family area in November. It was very peaceful and quiet and you could still see the sea from where we were-right at the back in the corner. The location, the hotel, the service, the value for money, the facilities were brilliant. The space was very well utilised. Lots of green. Looks very tropical and pretty. Compared to all the other resorts in the area, this one has the best position-easy access to beach; steps are not a big deal at all. Room was comfy, kept clean, toilet roll, new towels, water every day. Hairdryer is available. Shower is good. Bring an USB with movies. Be prepared to do a mosquito hunt in the evenings to avoid being eaten. Don't worry if you are a blue band, as you're not missing much and it's easy getting used to. You can always upgrade at the hotel for â¬5 a day per person. Also still allows you to sit in the adult area in the main restaurant. Now with the negatives: Food is good but not great. Food gets repetitive after 7-8 days. Our main criticism is in terms of meat - not a great selection, usually dry and tough. Soups and stews were a bit too salty. Don't expect a great variety of dishes. Other negative was that you're not allowed to use the gym when you're a blue band. If you are visiting in a time when 90% of the guests are Germans, don't be surprised if the hotel staff and waiters are with low mood. Be prepared for Germans not knowing how to queue and pushing in front of you or appear rude.More
Could be better
Spent a week here from the 19th nov, after 2 hrs on the coach first impressions wasn't disapointed hotel looked amazing most people on the coach also stayed here. Check in was fairly efficient and staff were welcoming. Positives Room in adult only area was lovely, very clean, comfortable bed and large bathroom. We had clean towels everyday and bottled water (some people mentioned only black bands received this) so was pleasantly surprised, view was amazing. I will say take your own hairdryer it was placed quite high up and was awkward to use. Banding system- wanted silver to be in adult only rooms but if you're not bothered about that then I wouldn't pay the extra, I never witnessed any difference in service from blue band upto black band. Staff were friendly and hard working. Main pool was lovely always managed to get a sun lounger, adult only pools got very crowded so never went there. Grounds were beautiful and well maintained hotel is in a wonderful location next to the beach but be aware to reach it you have to go down many steps. The highlight was feeding the chipmunks that live in the rocks on the beach. Negatives- there is nothing outside the hotel but a supermarket, although taxi rank is just outside hotel Jandia itself a short ride away. Resturants were ok but can get busy, they do have an adults section but we only went in there once, didn't use the 2 a la carte bookings you can have with the silver band option so can't comment on those. On the whole food was good with plenty of choice although on several occasions I had to warm my food in the microwave but I did enjoy most of what I had. Drinks for me were awful I've never had a problem drinking non premium drinks before even at 2-3 star hotels the only drink that was passable was the cava. So missed not enjoying a drink in the evenings. On the whole we had a lovely relaxing week away but for me ive paid a lot less for better quality, a shame really because with a few tweaks it could be amazing. Based on my experience I wouldn't return there that's my personal choice but if you are going don't be put off it wasn't anywhere near awful just not for us.More
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To enjoy the adults-only facilities at this hotel you must book a room in the adults-only section.