H10 Lanzarote Princess
Located in the fishing town of Playa Blanca, the H10 Lanzarote Princess boasts a contemporary interior design with vintage touches. The hotel has a wide variety of services including an extensive array of dining options, featuring the new Dolce Vita Italian restaurant and specialised café Mike’s Coffee, in addition to a full programme of entertainment for little ones with water attractions and the Daisy Adventure pirate ship; the Despacio Beauty Centre; and Privilege, Exclusive Rooms and Services.
La Maciot, 1, Yaiza E-35580.
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1, 35580 Lanzarote, Las Palmas, Spain
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