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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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.
All are included except where indicated.
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.
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.
These double rooms are in the adults-only section. They have a bright feature wall and colourful furnishings with a double bed and a sofa-bed or similar. Your room will include air-conditioning and a TV.
These suites are in the adults-only area of the hotel and come with king-size beds. A separate lounge area offers a seating area and a small table and two chairs. You also get your own terrace with sunloungers and views overlooking the Atlantic Ocean.
We stayed at the Club Jandia Princess for 10 nights from 6th July 2016, when we first arrived we received welcome drinks at reception , but were disappointed that we would have to pay extra for the safe to be used in our room. The room was lovely the bed was huge and the bathroom was also very nice, the shower was very good. We remained on a blue band for the duration of our stay, however I we did find that the guests wearing black bands sempt to be prioritised and also when at dinner we felt looked down on by the other guests that had a different coloured band to us. Many of the guests were quite rude and there sempt to be a feeding time at the zoo attitude at a certain time of the evening service, however this is not something that the hotel could help. After a few nights at the hotel and dining in the evenings we started to become very disappointed at the dress code, men were not allowed to wear shorts, which is fine, however it is acceptable for teenagers and ladies to wear sometimes extremely short dresses/ shorts to dinner whilst the men sat their roasting in there long trousers each night. If a dresscode is enforced shouldn't this be for everyone? This and the lack of choice and the food being the same sort of thing each night drove us to eat out on 4 occasions , there is a lovely beach bar / restaurant just outside at the hotel where the staff were very friendly and the food was lovely and reasonably priced. We did also have a to pay for wifi and whilst this was not an issue, having paid for the wifi we had expected to use this in our room, we were unable to do so, the Internet was connected but the wifi was to slow in the rooms so we were forced to sit in the bar area if we wanted to use this. The reception staff were lovely on arrival, throughout the stay and at check out and we're happy to help. Wouldn't stay again as all inclusive isn't for us, but would recommend for around a week.More
Stayed at the Jandia Princess from the 02/7-13/07, the hotel is of average quality, 4 star rating is a bit optimistic, I would put it at a 3 star rating. We were In the Adult only section which is silver band, for this you get use of the Adult only sections. To upgrade to black band bracelets there is a additional cost of 21 Euros per day, which includes premium drinks, bath robe and slippers, mini bar in your room, not worth the extra premium. The hotel is nice enough with nice pools, be aware if you require a sunbed by the pool you must be a early riser, the management state that sunbeds must not be reserved but this is not enforced. Food is of a acceptable standard but if you go late for breakfast/dinner sometimes no tables are available and the one's that are have not been set which is due to restaurant staff packing up too early, beer runs out regular in restaurant, we asked for a bottle of water from the bar due to no water being left in the room by the cleaner only to be told that you have to have a black band, (which seems to be very petty). No tea/coffee making facilities available in the rooms, which in most 4 star hotels is available, Entertainment is a bit hit and miss which is a must due to the location of the hotel, (no other bars around the area). Staff are fairly friendly but always seem a bit low spirited, overall we had a nice holiday but certain minor factors let the hotel down.More
We have recently had a week stay in this hotel and unfortunately we experienced extremely high windy weather which was not explained to us when booking with thomson. This was disappointing as it was difficult to enjoy sitting outside around the pool. We were also disappointed that around the pool had no sun shade facilities and on occasions the sun became unbearable and we could not sit in it any longer but if there were sun shades available we could have done so. Also one of the worst aspects of this holiday was the swimming pool. It was so freezing that myself and others could not get into it. Very disappointing! The room was basic but had enough space and facilities to manage for a week. The food was very pleasing at the buffet restaurants but we were not hugely impressed with the a la carte restaurants. One last aspect that we were not pleased with was the thomson reps. They were extremely unhelpful and did not give much information that we needed to know about the hotel or the island. Overall the staff were polite and most spoke decent English. To conclude we would never return to this hotel or Fuerteventura as it is a bleak and windy island.More
I have recently got back after spending 2 weeks at Club Jandia Princess and overall the hotel was great. The rooms were nice - you have to pay extra to use the safe. Restaurant - the food was good, usually hot, we had the odd luke warm dish. Selection was good, but by the end of the second week the repetitiveness of dishes got a bit boring. (We always found something to eat tho) The pools were great, - clean, well tended and always plenty of sunbeds. We split our time between the family pool and the chill out pool in the adult section. The Bars - Well its a good job we British love to queue. There was never enough staff at the bars so the bar staff were always rushed off their feet. We went out of season - hate to think what it will be like in the height of the season. The nightmare of the wrist band - We paid for the Adult all inclusive (silver band) This let us go to all the bars - Family area and adult area. This band suited us apart from the fact that you could only get a selection cocktails with this arm band at the Adult pool bar. Not at any of the other bars! Very confusing! You could get the all inclusive cocktails but there was only 3 available! If you however are lucky to pay for a black band you could get any cocktail you desired from any bar. I think the wristbands should be made clearer so that everyone knows what the can or can't get. On the whole the hotel was really good. The location is on a cliff with access to the beach via stairs - fine going down but a nightmare getting up if you have breathing difficulties like me. Would I return there, personally no as I couldn't cope with the hilly-ness of the hotel. Apart from that I would return to this hotel.More
Lesley G, 186338
Stayed for a week from 9th - 16th July. We arrived at the hotel at 10.30pm after a 70min transfer from the airport. Checked in fairly quickly and pleased to discover they had kept the dining room open until midnight for us. We'd booked a twin room in the adults only area and were given 6302. Room was a nice size and well appointed, with a good bathroom. The beds were rock hard but we asked housekeeping for a topper to make them softer which helped a bit. Reception is in the middle of the complex and then rooms on one side are family rooms and the other side are adults only. Our block was nice and quiet and the closest to reception. The only downside was that it was close to an outside area where there were coin-operated cars for the children to ride and the noise from this went on late into the night. If you want a quiet early night i'd avoid block 6. Food overall was good. The main buffet restaurant was open for B,L & D. There was also a restaurant by the pool that was open from 9.30am through to around 5pm. Cava was available at breakfast for those who wished and there was a wide selection of food. The pizzas were really good. In the evening the pool restaurant becomes an a la carte that you can book in advance. We went once but found the meat very over-cooked and went back for dessert in the main buffet. There were several bars in the complex. Staff were all very friendly but they were very understaffed and queues were frequently very long. It didn't matter what colour wristband you were wearing, service was equal for all. There were only 3 pre-mixed cocktails available unless you had upgraded to the black band for premium drinks (â¬21 per day). Ice slushies by the pool were great! Pools were good and there were plenty of sunloungers. We tended to stay around the large family pool as the adults only areas were very windy and beds were crammed in too close to one another.There was the usual saving of sunbeds by some people and the hotel did not prevent this. There are a few shops in the hotel but i'd suggest you cross the road to the Mercadonia supermarket if you needed anything as it's a lot cheaper. There were 2 Thomson reps who were helpful and often there to answer any queries. We booked a trip to Oasis Park through them which was great. The free bus collects from the hotel twice a day and it was a 20min journey. Overall we had a lovely week relaxing in the sun, please feel free to ask if you have any questions.More
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To enjoy the adults-only facilities at this hotel you must book a room in the adults-only section.