Maspalomas and Tabaiba Princess

The luxurious Maspalomas and Tabaiba Princess has five large pools, bars offering drinks and snacks, a sauna, a gym and a range of activities on-site including boules, aqua aerobics and Zumba. Along with two kids pools, little ones are also kept entertained with a playground and a hotel-run kids’ club. When it comes to food, the buffet restaurant provides a mix of cooked and continental breakfasts. In the evenings, choose from a range of cuisines and themed nights, such as Canarian or Mexican. All rooms are elegantly decorated in a modern style and come with satellite TV, air-conditioning and a balcony or terrace.

Overview of Maspalomas, Gran Canaria

Maspalomas is one of the liveliest resort towns along Gran Canaria’s south coast, offering everything you could want from your holiday to Gran Canaria. Maspalomas is known for its award-winning beaches, sweeping sand dunes and year-round warm temperatures. It’s also a go-to destination for holidaymakers in search of vibrant nightlife with its bars and restaurants serving delicious cocktails and great music well into the early hours.

Things to do in Maspalomas, Gran Canaria

For adrenaline-seekers and water babies, Aqualand is a dream come true. Only a five-minute drive from the Maspalomas and Tabaiba Princess, Aqualand is one of the biggest waterparks in the Canary Islands offering a multitude of slides and wave pools. There are also plenty of shopping opportunities in and around the area with much of the action focused on the Yumbo Centre, home to nearly 200 shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. It’s particularly popular with the LGBTQ+ community, thanks to its multitude of gay bars that regularly host drag and cabaret nights. In Maspalomas, relaxation comes easy and fun abounds. If a holiday spent hopping from beach to bar is what you’re after, you can’t go wrong with Maspalomas.


Resort Summary

If you’re feeling active, watersports are on offer at the beach and Maspalomas also boasts the island’s largest golf course. Waterparks and zoos are just some of the many attractions nearby – and you can always hop over to Playa del Ingles for some extra excitement after sunset. Modern restaurants, designer boutiques and laid-back bars line Boulevard El Faro, all in the shadow of the 68-metre lighthouse, El Faro de Maspalomas.