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.
deluxe twin room with balcony or terrace
The deluxe twin rooms are smart, fresh and bright, with air conditioning and TV included. For outside space you have a balcony or terrace. Your room will also come with extras including VIP express check-in, slippers, bathrobes and a turn down service. You'll also find facilities for making tea or coffee in your room and you'll have premium drinks served in the bars and restaurants.
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Christmas at the Club Jandia Princess
Can't praise this hotel enough. Everything was perfect. Spotlessly clean.Brilliant staff. Bar staff were excellent. Food great,lots to choose from the main restaurant. The La Choza was a brilliant outdoor place for late breakfast and lunchtime snacks.They cook the perfect steaks, but you have to reserve your table. for the steaks which they only do at night.The El lager was lovely but you have to book it but well worth it..My wife and I went for Christmas and what a lovely time we had. Everywhere had chrismas decorations and all staff were in christmas spirit. Christmas dinner was amazing,and the restaurant was breathtaking.Brilliant. The only drawback for this hotel is the steps,lots of them. It's no good for anyone with walking problems as its quite steep to get to beach. There's nothing outside the hotel only a supermarket which didn't bother us as we had lovely walks on the beach which is quite long We were in adult only area (silver bands). which was good. Will be going again hopefully.Thanks for a lovely holiday!More
Barbara H, 186378
Arrived on 21st December for Christmas
A very nice hotel although not 5 star has advertised, staff very friendly, work hard, and helpful, a three tier band system in place which made no sense at all and caused a lot of confusion , ie you could get a certain drink in one bar but not in another unless you had a black band,!!! We had silver bands for the adult section only on the basis that we were older and preferred quieter areas but this affected our drinks!. You have to pay for wifi, plus safe deposit box I have never come across this before it has always been included especially in this day and age. We had to queue for over a hour on a staircase to book a table for Christmas dinner why! The buffet was excellent with great choice but by the time I got my food back to the table it was cold this was due to the amount of guests trying to get their food, the times should have been staggered hence booking a table. The alcarte we attended was excellent on two occasions we attended. Entertainment was ok although nothing on Christmas Eve and the bar closed early, another occasion the entertainment had been cancelled but the hotel failed to inform guests. Overall we had a nice time , weather was very windy and cold , but would not return to this hotel.More
Arrived in the evening, we were given our keys and left to find our own way to the rooms, which wasn't easy as it was quite a large complex and it was dark! Rooms were very clean and spacious. Rooms were quite cold but no heating options. Had to have extra blankets on the bed. You have to pay to use the safe.Food and drinks was plentiful and very nice. Staff in general were friendly apart from some of the bar staff who were very rude. We travelled in a group of 7 but were told we could only order 2 or 3 drinks at one time as the barman had other people to serve. I explained there were 7 of us but he wasn't interested. Entertainment was pretty poor and very repetitive. Gala Christmas dinner was very nice.Pools were very cold even the heated pool. Quite steep to get down to beach - wouldn't recommend it if you have mobility problems. Day trip to the zoo was really good and nice to get away from hotel. Very few trips on offer. Location was quite remote, nowhere to walk to outside hotel. Coach drivers to and from airport and to the zoo were very miserable and unhelpful, even though we gave tips!! Wouldn't go back.More
The best holidays ever.
I did a lot of research before booked the all inclusive holidays trough thomson. It worth every single penny we spent in it,we rented a car but we used it only once to go to Morro Jable what is a lovely town near by,we were so happy in the resort that it's no need to go out really. We booked the suite,amazing,too big really but for once in you life you should book it,we had a bottle of cava and a plate of fruit when we arrived,we had a problem with the shower but the house keepers were super good,before go to bed someone every day left a chocolate and mid opened the bed for us,from the bed we could see the sea....no words!!! We had all inclusive so you don't have to worry about anything actually they bring you the drinks to the table,thanks very much to Javier from Galicia,to Eduardo,Sousa,Cori and the wonderful Angel!!!!!thanks a lot for your excellent service and atencion....(I'm the one that always asked you for a glass with ice for an ice cafe). The food was really good,a lot to choose...to be honest worth the fresh food cooked at the min you will eat. You can have lunch and beakfast in la Choza with sea views the best ever,have a late breakfast looking to el Esquinzo beach.....also for lunch there is a grill there. Every single day it's somthing to do,activities or think in what pool are you going to swim that day!!hahahaha...we were in the adults only area but to be honest with you it wasn't so many kids around actually it was so relax that sometimes u feel bad jumping into the pool. It's beautiful walk around through the gardens,I love bugambilia and palms!. There is a sauna and a naked pool and also a couple of jacuzzis but they are not working properly this last two. Thanks to Guti and Itziar for your service upstairs and Fran too. Every night was something too,not my cup of tea but it was ok,one night we were in the mood fr dancing but the dj wasn't there we wait a long time but he never come back and left a list with david guetta it was so boring...we love music and we would prefer to put our songs to be honest as he wasn't there. You can rent balinese beds by the sea 100 times DO IT!!!u can have for all day 10 until 18pm.... Thanks to Geles in the shop downstairs. We come back like floating in a cloud really,the place is beautiful,the staff,the room,the atention,everything....I would improve the music a lot but what can I say it's ok.We are really looking forward to coming back as soon as we can. Playa el Esquinzo is super nice,we swam in december and we loved it,we used to get up very early and start the day with a cuddle in the sea. If you are in love with your partner and you need a holidays without worries THIS IS THE PLACE. I love the way every single person that work there treat the costumers that is super important as a Spanish and I used to work in a hotel too,that is something with the years perhaps more in la peninsula we are loosing,and i think it's terrible. Thanks for everything,we kept a smile every time we think of the week we spent there. ps....the water is more cold in the pool than in the sea!!!More
Great christmas break with family
Arrived Christmas Eve, the weather wasn't that great on arrival, couldn't see much en route to hotel as pitch black on transfer. Checked in quickly and greeted at reception ok, we had two rooms next to each other found them fine. It was very windy on arrival and even though it was reported as a windy place I wasn't expecting it to be that windy. In the evening it does get quite cold so I recommend taking a couple of fleeces or a jacket, but it does get darker a bit later around 6.30, the rooms were fine and plenty big enough. The beach near the hotel is gorgeous and the hotel itself is good, although not quite a four star but nice enough. We hired a car as the weather wasn't warm enough to sit around the pool and over the next 3 days travelled around the whole island virtually. There are some great places to visit, and we especially liked Anjul I think it was called as had a nice cove and some great caves to explore and the sea was good enough and warm enough to have a quick dip. The beach was black sand. The beaches next to the hotel are all lovely white sand beaches. We travelled with our son, aged 8 and he enjoyed it, we didn't upgrade to the platinum wrist bands and found the standard all inclusive plenty good enough for us. Yes some of the food was warm, rather than burning hot but there was always a choice to eat and we always found plenty to suit us. Some people were moaning a bit about it but it's Spain I don't know what they expect. Our son is very fussy and he managed to find something every night! The hotel puts on entertainment each night which we watched a couple of times it was ok, and they do games etc around pool weather depending. The Christmas buffet was lovely and the staff were all friendly to us, I would say it was a mix of nationalities with more English and German but still mixed. The bus service wasn't great but we got a taxi to the jandia centre which is worth a look. We left New Year's Eve by this time the weather had got a bit warmer but the breeze is still cool. They had a great drum parade around the pool at lunch time and everyone was having a dance to the beat. The only things I would complain about would be the pool needs heating up as it's too cold, and the drains seem to be a bit smelly sometimes but I think that's down to their water supply/plumbing. The bar service is all fine and ignore what other people say about poor service etc, all staff we encountered were polite, but I think you get spoken to / treated the way you treat them. Just take a coat / jacket with you as the wind is constant!More
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To enjoy the adults-only facilities at this hotel you must book a room in the adults-only section.