Hotel Club Jandia Princess
Hotel Club Jandia Princess

Hotel Club Jandia Princess

Jandia, Fuerteventura

From TUI In The UK

Official Rating 4 Star

Hotel Club Jandia Princess is located in a peaceful spot above the beach of Esqinzo de Jandia and is the ideal choice for holidaymakers looking for accommodation that is peaceful. Hotel Club Jandia Princess is tastefully decorated, with guest rooms housed in three storeys, bungalow-style buildings. High standards of service are routine for the staff at this popular hotel. Evening entertainment and daytime activities are also provided for guests.

Hotel Club Jandia Princess, JandiaApartments are available with 2 or 3 beds (3rd bed is a sofa bed suitable for 1 adult or up to 2 children). Cot space is available when the 3rd bed is not in use. Other room facilities include satellite television, phone, hairdryer, fridge and safety deposit box. The air-conditioning is only provided when it's very hot and this is at the managements discretion.

Remember, all package holidays booked online to the Hotel Club Jandia Princess with TUI are fully ATOL protected. TUI's ATOL number is 2524.

Book your holiday online with the complete confidence that any package holiday with TUI are fully ATOL protected. ATOL is the government backed scheme, administered by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in the UK.

Additional Information

Address:- Hotel Club Jandia Princess, Ur Esquinzo Butihondo s/n, Playa de Esquinzo, 35625, Fuerteventura

Telephone Number:- +34 928 544 089

Fax Number:- +34 928 455 097

Transfer Time:- Coach transfer time from Aeropuerto de Fuerteventura (FUE) to Jandia is 90 minutes.

Time Zone:- Fuerteventura is always the same time as the UK and move their clocks simultaneously in the spring and autumn with the UK and the rest of Europe.

Electricity Supply:- The voltage in Fuerteventura is 230V-50 Hz. 2 pin European plug or adaptor is required.

Currency:- The currency on Fuerteventura is the Euro.

Legal:- Politically Fuerteventura is within the European Union as an autonomous region of Spain, however non of the Canary Islands are considered to be within the European Union for the purposes of VAT and duty on goods. Goods and services on any of the Canary Islands do not attract Spanish IVA (VAT), however there is a local tax levied (IGIC) at around 5%. This makes goods (tobacco, alcohol etc) from Fuerteventura significantly cheaper, so strict limits are in place on the quantity that can be legally brought back to the UK. When you leave baggage reclaim, proceed via either the GREEN channel (if you have nothing to declare) or the RED channel if you have anything to declare or are in any doubt about the goods or quantity of goods you intend to bring into the country.

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