• CLUB JANDIA PRINCESS HOLIDAY REVIEWS

Club Jandia Princess, Jandia
The magnificent Club Jandia Princess Hotel on the beautiful island of Fuerteventura is a modern complex offering 5-star facilities and services. It enjoys a wonderful location above the Esquinzo de Jandia beach, and offers the following on-site amenities: a restaurant, bars, sauna, Internet access, a sun terrace, swimming pools, tennis courts, shops and disabled access.more
Great holiday Club Jandia Princess, Jandia - Emelda Fort. Date of travel: Feb 2009
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My husband and I spent two weeks at the Jandia and had a super time. The facilities are excellent, particularly the spa and pool (although the latter is cold!). We really enjoyed the food, there was so much to choose from at breakfast and the paella in the evening was delicious. We also ate out in the evening at Morre Jable, there's some nice restaurants there. The rooms are on the small side but very nicely kitted out.
Lovely Hotel and resort but needs to accomodate we English a lot more - Layhe and family. Date of travel: Aug 2007
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I found Club Jandia Princess Hotel to be of quite a high standard but unfortunately the staff were generally brusk and unhelpful (the maid service was excellent). On arrival we were sent on our way with a key card (didn't work) and a map marked with an X. We had trouble finding our room on our own so asked a fellow Italian holiday maker couple if they could help, the lady threw her hands in the air and walked off but the husband tried to help. With hindsight I believe that couple had had enough by then, sheer exasperation over the situation had led them to mimic the staff! It was like a Benny Hill show. My purse went missing as I left it on the bar, very negligent of me, no one else around except the staff, strange that! No real help with the repercussions. Other report of a boys wallet going missing too. Food was lovely although it was a cattle run if you went at the wrong time, pedestrian crossings should be installed as you get run over by starving people. This hotel is not really for us sensitive brits I think? Beauty parlour and gym were brilliant. Lots of things for the kids to do however the evening entertainment is generally a tribute band or similar for the adults and a repeat shindig for the kids every night (our 4 year old daughter loved the repitition). The other Europeans found it scintilating, not the Brits though. I suggest hiring a car and getting out and about, book it whilst you are there as it is much cheaper. Overall this hotel was lacking in customer service but will be a lovely place to go in a few years once the management have ironed out some very apparent staff morale problems. Go if you are thick skinned.
Another lovely visit - Paul CTID. Date of travel: Mar 2007
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We stayed at the Jandia Club Princess last week in March/first week in April 2007. It was our second holiday, having stayed there some twelve months ago. I read all the reviews regarding building, yes there was a little noise and sections around the pool sectioned off for retiling. But honestly I can say it was no problem. In the first week the problem was not the building work but the weather! It was bloody freezing! I now know what it is meant about being called the “windy island”. My only complaint with the hotel would be the lack of heating in the rooms in the evening the rooms were quite cold! Our room was very clean and comfortable. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the food in the restaurant was lovely with a huge choice. The beach below the hotel is lovely, if you want to hire two sunbeds and an umbrella for the day you will pay €7.2 not bad! although you would think the hotel would come to some arrangement with the local council? For a spot of excise take a bus (€1 each or taxi between €5 - €6) to Jandia and simply walk back will take between 1-1.5 hours depending on your state of fitness and the tide. Just over half way back you might have to climb around the rocks. Made use of the steam room and sauna, strange the protocol in there was to be naked! The Germans were! But when us Brits went in we were not who were the most embarrassed. Come on Brits play the game! All in all an excellent holiday and we will be back!
Jandia - Joanne Jepson. Date of travel: Mar 2006
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Well worth the £300. The perfect warm half term break to escape our winter and respite from my tax returns (I am an accountant)! Tour Operator: Thomson
 
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