Hotel Bahia Princess
This hotel has three pools to its name, and it's in just the right spot for beaches, bars and restaurants.
This hotel is in a great spot, with shops, bars and restaurants on its doorstep. There are a couple of beaches less than five minutes’ walk away, and upmarket Playa del Duque is close by, too.
With three pools, plus one for children, there’s plenty of swimming space. And evening entertainment is big news, with everything from tribute acts to comedians.
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Based On 2675 reviews
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- 2 Buildings
- 5 Floors
- 275 Rooms
- 5 Lifts
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- 20kg luggage allowance with TUI
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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3 outdoor pools►
The pools are on different levels with plenty of sunbeds scattered around each one. The main pool is the biggest and is heated in the winter.
This is the place for breakfast and dinner, with show cooking in the evenings. There's a dress code here - men are asked to wear trousers and a shirt for dinner. The dress code for gala meals is a jacket and tie with a shirt and trousers.
It's a hotel-run club for ages 4 to 12 years.
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Twin Room with Balcony►
These twin rooms sleep up to three with an extra sofa-bed added for the third person. They come with Wi-Fi*, a 32-inch TV with satellite and music channels, air-con, a safe, a mini-fridge, a kettle with tea and coffee, toiletries, and a hairdryer. Pool towels are also provided and changed twice a week - there's a small fee to change them more often.
Single Room with Balcony►
These single rooms come with Wi-Fi*, a 32-inch TV with satellite and music channels, air-con, a safe, a mini-fridge, a kettle with tea and coffee, toiletries, and a hairdryer. Pool towels are also provided and changed twice a week - there's a small fee to change them more often.
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Do not be put off by the negative comments. Just returned from a great holiday. Lovely location and only a short walk to the beach and nearby bars. This hotel has the wow factor, especially when lit up at night. Who goes on holiday to sit in your room all night. Traditional rooms and are very spacious, cleaned every day, spotless. Lots of food to choose from at meal times, something for everybody. I couldn't eat any more! What makes the hotel is the staff. They are all fantastic, nothing was too much trouble. Will definitely be returning.More
mark b, 6486042
Nice hotel in a great location. The food is great to start off, but soon becomes a bit repetitive, so would recommend eating out to break it up a bit. Pool areas are nice, clean and relaxing Staff are friendly, especially the maids. I would return to the hotel, but suggest a few slight changes: More of a selection of food for kids, bizarrely they serve chicken nuggets, chips and onion rings at breakfast, but not in the evening. Food is good as previous said but proves difficult to find things that go together. Wouldn’t recommend AI, we were going to upgrade from half board, but it worked better to go out and about of an evening as there is so many bars and restaurants close by.. All In all had a lovely stay and are sad to be leaving.More
No way is this a Plantinum hotel !!!!
The rooms are dated and in desperate need of a refurbishment. They are not clean as I have had tea stain on floor that I purposely left there because I suspected the floors are not wet mopped/disinfected and they are still there. Never walk round with bare feet as there are also cracks in tiles and dirt engrained into them. Air con is as much use as a chocolate kettle just for not give out any cold air. Complained to TUI rep in hotel and her response was it's a 20 year old hotel so it's old aircon and it's due a refurb so basically there is nothing you can do about it. When questioning the rep as to how this hotel has gained Plantinum status she said it's always been Platinum and it's a clean hotel (a Macdonald's restaurant is clean but it doesn't make it a Michelin Star restaurant). My room certainly isn't clean. Surely Platinum is scored on a number of factors ie., condition of room etc. Very old fashioned decor including an army green itchy, scratchy blanket on the beds, who uses blankets in 30 plus degrees of heat. No extractor fan in bathroom so a humid environment for bugs. Nowhere to dry your wet beach items and towels as balcony only has a two rail dryer which is inadequate for a family especially as you don't get the sun and also apparently you are not allowed to hang the towels over balcony because it is an offence and the Police can be called???? Please refer to managers response to my partners review titled counting the days till I leave. Strange because I have seen lots of towels hung out today including their sister hotel and indeed all around the island. So obviously the Police are as good as sorting this issue out as the shops selling counterfeit goods and the street sellers. As for the dress code that the manager responded about we are quite aware of the dress code as we are well travelled and my partner has been able to wear tailored smart dress shorts with smart shirts and certainly would never wear vests as was mentioned and certainly would not circumnavigate the dress code by wearing jogging bottoms and work trousers that have been spotted. What he was merely pointing out if you are going to have a strict dress code put some aircon in the restaurant as it makes the dining experience uncomfortable. Being whistled rudely out of the pool at 6.00pm is unacceptable. Also I have never stayed in a hotel where I have been told off for having three sun beds in a row. We are a family of three so why would I have four sunbeds together as was stipulated by the pool attendant. Hotel very noisy at night due to the entertainment being ridiculously loud. Kids club had no consistency and didn't stick to the schedule my daughter attended three days in a row and was supposed to do different activities on each day, but was just left to play on the games console. I complained about this and when my daughter attended again she was not presented with her certificate that evening ! The pool closes at 6.00pm apparently due to filteration purposes. We have stayed in many hotels where you are allowed to swim until 8.00pm so one can only assume your filtration system is as useless as the aircon. Also so many rules at this hotel too many to list.More
Just ask M,
Lovely stay, amazing location
Just spent a week at this hotel. Fabulous location. Clean. Lovely outdoor area. Rooms were very traditional but spacious. Would benefit from a refurb but didn’t affect our stay. Staff were lovely. Food nice, good choice. Drinks good for all inclusive as they were branded. One Downside was sunbeds. People did reserve them from 0800 hours and earlier, which I’ve never experienced before. There is a sign that says don’t reserve beds, however, people even put their towels on the umbrella pole before the beds were even put out. Most days these beds weren’t even used until at least the afternoon. It did get very frustrating as when you’re a family wanting a day around the pool with your kids, Some days you couldn’t get a bed at all, which defeated the object when you were all inclusive. It was lovely sitting outside watching the entertainment. The best one was the impressive Man in the Mask who was outstanding. Kids club wasn’t amazing either as it was just a small room which got loud with the kids on a wii but this didn’t spoil our stay, it could just be improved. Overall great hotel. Can recommend despite negative comments, which is more constructive criticism.More
Counting the days until I leave
So many rules in this hotel.Most prisons have less rules Can not take 3 sun beds they have to be in blocks of two.No good if your a family of 3 unless you reserve 4 to satisfy the jobs worth pool staff.That is if you can even get a sun bed. Most people seem to reserve them in the early hours. Pool staff blow a whistle at 6pm and shout at you to leave the pool. Then red and white striped tape is applied to the steps so you do not re-enter. No towels to be hung over balcony, which is a shame as the two line airer is in the shade as is the balcony for the vast majority of the day. Kids club may as well not have a daily iternary as everytime my Daughter went all they did was play on a wii games console. If you want a quiet night in watching tv you have to have the volume so loud to drown out some cabaret singer murdering song covers. Restaurant insists on long trousers fine if the restaurant had air con, which it does not. Really hot and stuffy in there. On the subject of the aircon I am sure it is turned down in the day and evening. It only becomes effecive in the early hours even then it is not very powerful. The worst air con I have encountered. Room is spacious but dated. One plug in room to charge all electricals. Not sure how this hotel has obtained platinum status. Counting the days until I leave.More
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Due to health and safety reasons, mobility scooters aren't allowed in the hotel. You'll be able to park and charge your mobility scooter in the garage below the reception though. If you have a Blue Badge, we'd recommend you take it on holiday with you. Manual and electric wheelchairs are fine to use inside and out.
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