A pair of mega-sized pools are this hotel’s calling cards – along with fun activities like giant chess and boules.
This hotel is linked to the Maspalomas Princess Hotel, and you get the share of its 2 whopping pools and handful of bars. Food-wise, there’s a buffet restaurant and à la carte lunch place.
Maspalomas Beach – with its famous sand dunes – is just 25 minutes’ walk from the hotel. There are some shops a little closer, plus more, along with bars and restaurants, a 5-minute drive away in Playa del Inglés.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. Hot and cold snacks. Afternoon cakes.
Selected alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine, soft drinks and water with lunch and dinner. Bars are self-service and opening times vary - not all bars are included.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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4 outdoor pools
The 2 main pools are heated during winter, and all are complete with sunbeds and parasols. Towels are available for a charge.
2 kids' pools
Heated during winter.
Tabaiba buffet restaurant
For breakfast, lunch and dinner. One thematic dinner every other week, alternating between Mexican and Canary Isle cuisine. And pizza offered is offered as part of the daily lunch buffet. Gentlemen are required to wear long trousers and sleeves at evening meals. Show cooking is available from 6.30 'til 9.30pm.
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Suite with Balcony
Family Suite with Balcony
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We booked to go back same time and asked for same room, I did have a niggle going back as whenever we've done a return trip it hasn't been as good but it felt like we have been on a day trip out and just come back in ð Problem with this destination is the flight times.....they are late ð¡ Transfer excellent inbound....but laborious going home as gay pride event had blocked roads which led to an eventful coach trip for the multiple pickups (may do taxis in future) It was still as lovely as I remembered and it was amusing to encounter 2 other couples that had been there last time too! Pros,..... i particularly like that there aren't a lot of British in this hotel so you feel as if your are away from home haha......German, Dutch, Spanish etc.......a lovely change. Cons, ......the hotel is open 365 so TLC must be difficult and in some areas it shows. Also the beds are dreadful, way too hard. I also think there must have been a change in the kitchens because the food wasn't up to par. Having trailed around other nearby areas I realise just how much of a gem this hotel is......I wouldn't consider any other part of Maspalomas or Playa Ingles........may look at San AugustIn as only alternative, just wish I was planning to retire there ðMore
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lovely relaxing break
Just back from a week in the Tabaiba Princess , which we found to be very relaxing .The staff were all very friendly , and always willing to help . A lot of comments about safe boxes , and wi fi charges but come on ,30 euros for the week , no big deal . the facilities were great , rooms are immaculate , food was lovely with plenty of choice , if you want to eat out there are plenty of restaurants near by , with an average 2 person meal costing only about 35 euros . You seem to be able to get a taxi anywhere for 4-5 euros . the pool area was lovely and we never waited more than a couple of minutes at any bar to get a drink . No problem with the measures either ! The shows at night were quite good , and the walk to the beach is only about ten minutes . all in all a very good break , and we would definitely return again . keep up the good work .More
We went to the Tabaiba Princess in April this year and were very happy with our stay at this hotel, The hotel was lovely and clean throughout, although a little dated in the furniture the whole holiday was relaxing and clean. All the staff go out of their way to help in anyway they can and we were very grateful to the staff for all their help in getting us a slip mat for the bath as my husband had just had a hip replacement, also he was giving a lovely bottle of wine on his birthday, the food is wonderfully delicious and varied and nothing ran out, if you leave the restaurant hungry then there was something wrong with you as it caters for even the fussiest eaters ,the pool area was lovely and clean and spaced out well so you don't feel overcrowded, the entertainment is not bad, the only downside is there was no tea and coffee facilities in the room and us brits like our tea and coffee in the morning as we wake up also you do have to pay for the use of the fridge which is strange but other than that was a relaxing and enjoyable hoildayMore
The Hotel, a design with a difference
We spent a week half board in this hotel. It is very well designed both internally and externally. The Architect putting effort into the layout rather taking the easy option of designing a faceless concrete structure. The food was enjoyable and varied for buffet style. We paid for Wi-FI but it was worth it. Nice walks in the surrounding area. If the situation presents itself i will be be back and i do not say that lightlyMore
This is the place to come to for great value for money, we have just spent seven days there for the second time in eighteen months. What can I say but this is the place on our emergency refuge for chilling out.More
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The Tabaiba Princess is linked to the Maspalomas Princess hotel by a central passageway. Sports and leisure facilities, including the pool complex, are shared with guests staying at the Maspalomas Princess.
Please note that there's a strict dress code at this hotel - men are required to wear full-length trousers and a shirt for dinner, and a jacket and tie for Christmas and New Year's Eve Gala dinners.