With 4 pools, à la carte dining and special adults-only areas, this hotel knows how to keep everyone happy.
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 adults-only bits – 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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A large size pool and just 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 standard sunbeds, and Balinese sunbeds at a charge.
You've got a Turkish bath, Zen area, sauna, whirlpool bath, the gym and Balinese beds. And there's a variety of massages to pick from.
Daytime activity programme
Various activities to take part in, such as water polo, darts, aqua gym and pilates.
TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »
Very nice, but a few niggles
Stayed here 8th October for 1 week, 4 adults, 2 rooms in the family section. Popular hotel (although not sure how many there are in the whole island) 1full coach from airport to hotel. on arrival were told rooms were not ready, so we left our luggage in reception and had a loom around and a bite to eat. Was told luggage was to be taken too room by staff, which wasn't (not a major problem, but why say thay to us) Room decent size, nice size patio. Very clean and cleaned daily with new towels. Bedding changed once. Good wardrobe space. Safe to hire is 12euro for the week. A bottle of water on arrival in the room and another mid week. Air conditioning, not the greatest. Tea and coffee facilties in room, 5euros per day We we're right next door to the restaurant where you can get late breakfast and lunch. Was noisy from 7am onwards with the staff dragging chairs outside the restaurant. Lots of people constantly walking past as only access to main complex from other family area blocks. pool area nice and clean, pool cleaned every evening. Can not fault how clean the complex was, the staff work very hard. Only niggle was the birds flying around you and landing on tables where people have left their plates of food. Wasn't very pleasant as there also droppings from them on occasion. Food was lovely in both restaurants, something for everyone, big selection also on desserts. The main restaurant did get very very busy as such a large complex, although restaurant is big, did get crowded with people and often felt like a kamikaze dodging people and a queues for the food. tables wasnt cleared away quick enough and often found ourselves scouring around for cutlery and napkins. They have estrella Beer on tap along with wine and soft drinks. Bottled wine too. The different wrist band colours..... well, this is pathetic. We paid over Â£700 each for this holiday and were blue wristbands, which wasn't stated at time of booking. This meant you had to pay for your drinks after 11pm whilst silver and black band can order drinks until 1am. Made us feel like paupers. Silver means you have access to the adult area, black means you have access to everything including bottled soft drinks, named spirits, waiter service at meal times that bring you drinks. To upgraded to silver 5euros per person per day and 21euros pppd, to upgrade to black. Found some of the bar staff very rude, and be prepared to queue at the bars. the views are amazing as right on the beach, some steep steps to get to the beach, which was beautiful. Entertainment wasnt the greatest, although the room were held was packed every night, so maybe just our personal preference. roughly about a 3 mile walk along the beach to the main shopping area. 10 euros in a cab. about a 90 min transfer from airport, not much to see at all as mainly mountains and sand dunes. Very large supermarket about a 3 min walk from the hotel. Also a little shop on the complex, which sold lilos, jewellery, drinks, cigarettes, newspapers etc. Although the hotel was nice, it's definitely not a 5 star. doctor on site daily for 45 mins in the morning and aftenoon. lots of sun loungers around pool but as most places, people putting their towels out about 7am. Pool was really cold, only went in twice, as was at the beach most days, we could only use the family area, so cannot comment on the pools in the adult area. don't put your room key (card) near a mobile device as this deactivates the card! would I go back there? I dont know to be honest! Although had a good time the wrist band situation and the over crowding is putting me off. More
a wonderful week
Myself and my wife booked the club jandia princess hotel for our 25th wedding anniversary celebration and was very pleased with our choice. The hotel was clean and in a wonderful location on the island. Our room was very nice it was cleaned every day,we chose the adult only area and was not disappointed with any of the facilities. The restaurant was always clean and the choice of foods each day was very good, it could be a little bit cold or Luke warm sometimes but was always very nice.the hotel hosts a lot of Germans so learning not to que was hard being British but we had no problems with sunbeds lol. All in all we had a Wonder stay and are looking to return next year.More
Well what can I say, this was a last minute booking and it certainly did not dissapoint. From the moment we arrived to the moment we left this hotel had us won over. The staff were an asset to the hotel and worked together as a very well functioning team. There was no 'I' in team here!! ;) The food was fantastic and every meal went down well as did the alcohol. We had a black band fully inclusive which gave us branded alcohol cocktails etc. We upgraded to a suite and it was beautiful. We had a plate of fruit and champagne on ice to greet us. Not to mention two lovely cups. We had a turn-down service at night where the staff put chocs on each side of our beds. This was a special touch we thought. The rooms and hotel itself was kept very clean and it met my high standards. The pools were lovely and the views breath taking for sure. This hotel was so great in fact that we are booking up for next year again. Its the most chilled out we've ever been on a holiday for a very long time. Erik at the adult pool bar was such a lovely man and an asset to the hotel. The night entertainment was chilled but not wild. So if you like a lively night time entertainment this isnt the place for you!! This is where we drop the mobiles and communicate like adults used to before electronics. Lol The drinks bars were really nice and we met lovely people. I am disabled and in a wheelchair. There are hills but not too bad. Well not according to hubby anyway!! Lol The staff couldnt have been more helpful and polite where assistance was sometimes needed. There is a beach but theres many stairs to go down to get there so just bare that in mind if you fancy more a beach holiday. However there is a road that you could get a taxi down to drop you off. We didnt do that. We want to say a massive well done to all the staff who made our holiday one to remember and one we cant wait to repeat next year. Thank you from us both.More
flyingrocket, East Lothian, Scotland
Second time but this time with our daughter.
We stayed here from 17th September for ten days. Me and my husband had stayed here before over ten years ago and decided to visit again, this time with our 9 year old daughter. We are so pleased we did! We all had a wonderful time and want to rebook for next year. The hotel staff are fantastic, we had a ground floor family room which was kept immaculate by the maid service, the food was always fantastic, with lots of choice. The chocolate fountain was a favourite as were the hash browns for breakfast. Our daughter spent most of the time in the pool but we did visit the beach most days to feed the chipmunks and have a stroll after lunch. We also visited the small farm they have at the hotel and fed the animals which was lovely. Our daughter made friends with the cats at the hotel too which helped us settle in quickly :) You can hire a car from the reception area and we visited the local port where we saw lots of different fish including a ray, and fed them with bread, We also visited a lagoon area about 20 minutes drive away where the fish swam between our toes and the water was an amazing turquoise. We had good weather every day, some mornings started out a little overcast but soon cleared. We also visited Oasis Park on the free bus that goes from just a short walk along from the hotel. Oasis Park is a Zoo and Botanical Gardens - well worth a visit, an excellent day out. There is a supermarket just over the road should you need it. There are quite a few steps down the beach but well worth the effort, and there is wind surfing etc available there.Would highly recommend for couples and families.More
Carol And Marti... H, Maidstone, United Kingdom
Lovely chilled out week
To put our review into perspective, I have to point out that we are not great fans of big hotel and all inclusive holidays, much preferring the intimacy of small chic hotels and eating out in local establishments. That said, we have almost nothing but praise for this hotel. We booked this hotel without really reading any reviews and after reading them we went with some trepidation. After our week there, I really cannot fathom some peoples grumblings. The main restaurant (Antigua) covered just about every taste one could wish for with fresh fruits, meats, salads, cheeses and vegetables. There was a different theme every day with different fish and meat grills for the evening and lunchtime meals, and the breakfast had just about every imaginable choice available. Tea, coffee and juices were also on tap as were wines, beer and water. The rooms were small and basic but immaculatley clean, had all the requirements,(tv, hair dryer, fridge,) and the shower was possibly the best hotel shower I've experienced with plentiful hot water and power. The beds were comfortable although an extra pillow might have been added. The main pool (we weren't allowed to use the others, more of that later), was big enough to cater for the guests. Yes the sunbeds were crammed close together but we just moved some out of the way to make room for ourselves. The usual saddos were out in the mornings reserving sunbeds ( a couple even before the sun had risen), which was a bit strange as there really really was enough sunbeds to go around for all. Reserving was totally unnecessary and a black mark to the hotel for not enforcing the no reserving rule!! The pool was extremely clean and was scrupiously cleaned daily except for Sunday. There are four bar areas open to all and all very pleasant. Service at peak times however is very poor for a hotel of this stature and seeing previous comments on that theme it would appear that the hotel has no intention or interest in addressing this problem. It doesn't help either when the vast majority patiently queue and you get the inevitable Mr Big who thinks that queueing doesn't apply to him/her. The basic all inclusive drinks were fine if you are amongst the lowest of the low coloured wristbands which was the category we were in. If it's really really important to you to get a branded drink then I'm afraid you'll have to upgrade. And this is where I have a real problem with this hotel. If I book a hotel and all inclusive I don't expect no go areas and discriminatory service or drinks. OK, my fault for not reading the blurb properly, but having been on many All Inc. holidays before, it's not been a problem we have met before so I wasn't on the lookout for this discrimination. We didn't upgrade having decided to test the water so to speak, for a day before deciding. As I have mentioned, the AI drinks were perfectly satisfactory and the adults section, certainly the chill out pool didnt really look all that inviting to warrant the extra cost considering the main pool was very pleasant. That said, we were not in school break term so........... Because we were only blue band we never got to the Al la carte restaurant El Larga and I personally thought El Chozo was a bit disappointing although my wife enjoyed it. When all is said and done, if I was back in the area, I would certainly come back here and I would recommend this hotel. I do have reservations about what it would be like during the main school holidays though. Special mention to Suzy our representative. She really does know her stuff and her advice was spot on. Also the Fuerteventura Uncovered excursion is a wonderful day out especially if you get the incredible guide, Anna- MarieMore
davefking1954, London, United Kingdom
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