H10 Lanzarote Princess

The chic H10 Lanzarote Princess allows you to experience Playa Blanca in style, for a wallet-friendly price. You can expect stylish rooms decorated in a modern tone, but you’ll spend most of the time outside by the huge pool, which takes centre stage in a garden dotted with cacti and palm trees. Kids have their own pool, complete with a pirate ship and slide. There are lots of wining and dining options; an a la carte Italian joint, a buffet restaurant and four themed bars. The H10 Lanzarote Princess is just a five-minute stroll away from the beach and a little further to the resort centre.

Overview of Playa Blanca

You can enjoy holidays to Lanzarote all year round, thanks to the warm climate of the Canary Islands. One of Lanzarote’s most popular destinations is Playa Blanca. This resort boasts a white-sand beach – a rarity on an island renowned for its black volcanic sands – and a fantastic selection of bars and restaurants. If you like getting out and about in nature, you’ll love it here. Playa Blanca is within easy reach of some of Lanzarote’s most fascinating landscapes, including the unusual Green Lagoon with waters coloured by volcanic minerals. A stay at H10 Lanzarote Princess, in Playa Blanca, places you right in the centre of the action.

Things to do in Playa Blanca

If you stay at H10 Lanzarote Princess, your closest beach is Playa Dorada, also known as Golden Beach, thanks to its honey-coloured sand. The calm, lagoon-like waters are great for children. Walk along the relaxing seafront promenade to Playa Blanca, where you can shop for souvenirs or enjoy cocktails and karaoke in the evening. The unique, lunar-like Timanfaya National park is a short 20-minute drive away, and it’s a fantastic spot for hiking or sightseeing. Playa Blanca is home to fantastic beaches and lively nightlife, and it provides easy access to Lanzarote’s picturesque landscapes. It’s one of the best spots to stay on the island, and the H10 Lanzarote Princess is the ideal base from which to explore. You won’t want to leave at the end of your holiday!


Resort Summary

In the centre of Playa Blanca you’ll find its namesake – a small but perfectly formed beach with distinctive white sand. Then head east about 10 minutes away from the town centre and you’ll find Playa Dorado, the ‘golden beach’, which is a great family-friendly place full of things to do.

Wander in the opposite direction and you’ll find Playa Flamingo and an amazing 50-metre tall lighthouse. Also east and slightly beyond Playa Dorado are the Papagayo coves, perhaps Lanzarote’s most unique and charming set of beaches.

Marina Rubicon is a relatively new addition to life in Playa Blanca, but has since become one of its defining features. A modern, fully-functioning marina complete with dozens of stunning boats, designer boutiques and a cluster of classy restaurants and bars means that this area is reminiscent of the resort Puerto Calero, otherwise known as ‘millionaire’s harbour’.