We have recently returned from staying for a week at this hotel 10th-17th May. We did email the hotel before we went to request a pool/sea view and that was what we where given (they do not reply to your email but do take note of your request).
The food was really good and the waiters where the best that I have come across, The reception staff where also really helpful and spoke excellent English again the best Reception staff that I have come across.
We did not really need much from the reps, but it was a nice touch that thompson supplied two reps Penny and Ben, who we saw regually around the hotel and where both very friendly and helpful.
It is true that he hotel is in need of an external paint job, but that does not reflect upon the internal decor.
We did have a drink at the bar when we first arrived in the piano bar, the bar staff were really friendly and the setting was lovely, but 12 euro for a Martini and Lemonaide and a Gin and Tonic, explained why there was barely anyone else in the bar. (we went out every night after that). There is a happy hour but it did not appear to be at the piano bar.
We chose to go out at night, there is so much variety and better value out there, We usually had our last drink in the Wigan Pier Bar over the road (where we usually have our lat drink in our hotel bar), which was both busy with nice atmosphere and good value for money. We would also recomend Harleys bar for cocktails, the bar staff entertaining and friendly.
There are plenty of sunbeds and we managed to find one when we needed one, dispite the large amount of towels put out in the morning by people reserving the one that they want. (amazingly we never saw anyone doing it but when you turned around there where more towels there).
We chose to go to Del Duke beach, expensive for loungers but where really comfortable. (more comfortabel than the hotel beds) But beware when swimming here on days when the waves are high, it is not as much fun as some people make it look unless you are a good swimmer. Children would have to be supervised as there did not appear to be a lifegard.
I will definatley return to this hotel or try out the sister hotel in front.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The 4-star hotel is located in the Costa Adeje resort. The Fañabe beach, shopping malls, bars and restaurants are all nearby. Located in the south of Tenerife the hotel is ideal for those looking for rest and relaxation, prefer a central location, value a personalized service and wanting to have the beach just around the corner. Built like an ancient palace the Bahía Princess features tall pillars, a gigantic glass dome in the entrance area, light marble and a magnificent staircase that leads down to the main pool. The Bahía Princess has 275 rooms located in a main and annex building, all featuring bathrooms with bathtub-shower-combination, satellite-tv (flat screen) and air conditioning. In addition to the large outdoor pool there is also a children's pool and two swimming pools with further areas to soak up the sun. Two pool bars offer cool drinks and tasty snacks. The main restaurant boasts an art-deco-style interior and a terrace overlooking the pool. The entertainment options include shows and live-music in the evening and fitness activities during the day. Furthermore two theme parks are just a stone's throw away from the Bahía Princess: Siam Park and Aqualand. ... more less
- Reservation Options:
- TripAdvisor is proud to partner with Expedia, Hotels.com, Traveltool, S.L.U., TripOnline SA, Travel Republic (UK), HRS, Evoline ltd, HotelQuickly and Cancelon so you can book your Bahia Princess Hotel reservations with confidence. We help millions of travellers each month to find the perfect hotel for both holiday and business trips, always with the best discounts and special offers.
- Also Known As:
- Bahia Princess Tenerife
- Bahia Princess Costa Adeje
- Bahia Hotel Princess Tenerife
- Bahia Princess Hotel Tenerife
- Hotel Bahia Princess Tenerife
- Bahia Princess Hotel Costa Adeje, Tenerife