Stayed here 11th to 18th November on all inclusive.
Holiday was booked through travel republic.
I think just about everything has been covered in previous reviews but here is my opinion.
We just went for a chill out week and it suited us just fine.
Check in was quick and efficient.
We had room 057 on the ground floor near the pool restaurant, not much of a view but nice and quiet. The room was huge, not one of the refurbished ones but it was fine for us and very, very clean, as was all areas of the hotel.
There has been a lot of work done to upgrade certain areas and it’s looking great, there is still a bit to do though, the ‘to do’ areas were starting to look a bit tired.
They were doing the gardens while we were there but there was no noise or disruption.
Food was fine, usual all inclusive fare and loads of choice.
Drinks in the piano bar were good especially the cocktails.
Can’t comment on the function room, we didn’t venture in there.
A lot of the people staying here were older people and some had been going there for years, there were a few families, all guests were very friendly.
The hotel staff are lovely, always had a smile and said hello, but the star of them all was Danny, he was on the privilege desk, he always had a smile on his face, always happy and was very helpful, this guy should get a promotion!.
They have a coffee shop, Mike’s, this is great. We spent a lot of time here, be careful though the coffees can be more potent than the drinks in the bar lol.
Didn’t venture into the pools as the weather wasn’t that hot while we were there but other people were using them, there were plenty of sun beds too.
Location is great, just a minutes stroll to the bars, restaurants and shops.
There is a no smoking policy at this hotel so you can only smoke outside, take a portable ashtray if you do smoke as ash trays are few and far between, even being a smoker myself I hate to see cigarette ends all over the place.
The only gripes we had about the hotel are, as the hotel is a 'cash free zone' all drinks/snacks for half board guests are charged to the room, but all guests, even on all inclusive have to sign a till receipt every time you have a drink/snack from the bars/ pool bars or go in the restaurant for evening meal for the drinks, the only place you didn’t was in Mike’s, waste of paper and staff time if you ask me, that’s what the wristband is for surely. And the pool restaurant really needs to do something about the pigeons around the food, this needs closing off, maybe some netting around the top and more glass panels around it to close it off so they can’t get in.
So there you have it, the positives far outweigh the negatives and I would definitely go back to this hotel or recommend it to family and friends for a chill out holiday.
Thank you H10 Lanzarote princess for a lovely stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in the fishing village of Playa Blanca, in the south of Lanzarote, H10 Lanzarote Princess is well renowned on the island for its facilities and high quality services. The hotel has recently been refurbished, giving it a very modern design with a vintage touch, while new services have also been added. Check out Sakura, our new oriental restaurant and pop into the new specialised coffee shop Mike's Coffee. Come and discover the Despacio Beauty Centre and, if you're looking for the extra touch of exclusivity, we can offer you Privilege, Exclusive Rooms and Services. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- h10 Lanzarote Princess Hotel Playa Blanca
- h10 Lanzarote Princess Playa Blanca
- Lanzarote Princess Hotel
- Princess Hotel Lanzarote