This one’s brand new to SplashWorld for summer 2013. The hotel is home to one of Gran Canaria’s biggest waterparks, which it shares with the neighbouring Paradise Lago Taurito. And it racks up some real heart-stoppers when it comes to slides. You can brave the knuckle-whitening twists and turns of the sidewinder, or go for a high-speed spin around the bowl slide. Plus, there’s not 1, but 2 kamikaze slides to thunder down, along with a hat-trick of bodyslides. Little ones are well looked after, too – they’ve got an activity pool with slides and a pirate ship to play on. And it’s all just footsteps from the hotel itself, which lines up highlights like its own pool, a smart buffet restaurant and huge, contemporary bedrooms. Lastly, when you fancy a session on the sand, Taurito Beach is practically on the doorstep.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-23.00
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Our SplashWorld hotels offer up a break from the norm, in that each one grants you free entry to a first-rate waterpark. Better yet, you can ride the slides as often as you like. Some parks are within the grounds, others are an easy drive away. And while each one is different, the kind of rides you can expect include slides, Lazy Rivers, Wave Pools, and Surf Simulators.
Just so you know, kids need to be at least 120cm tall to use the slides here. The Pirate Ship and kids mini-slides have a minimum height restriction of 100cm.
For ages 4-12 years.
With a kids' section.
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We stayed here for a few days last week, after reading some of the reviews on here I was a bit sceptical about what to expect especially regarding the food. I can only think that the people who have complained about this hotel have either got confused with another hotel or are the type of people that 400 pound for a holiday but want 4000 pounds worth of quality. The sheets and room cleaned and changed daily, food was of good quality, staff friendly and hotel always clean and tidy. I cannot criticize this hotel in anyway. Maybe if I paid 4000 pound I may find some small faults, however I highly recommend. Mogan is 7 euros in a taxi and well worth a visit. The hotel is on a small but nice beach. Just wished Paul and Sarah were there instead. Beer is nice, wine from pool bar is nice, spirits are what they are, however you can buy premium brands at a discount (2 euros a shot). Enjoy. More
We stayed here for one week at the beginning of February. Overall we liked this hotel. The rooms were large with a nice balcony and all had sea views. We were at the part of the hotel that was closer to the sea so that was nice. The pool area was big enough for the number of guests and we always got a sunbed. The hotel has a rule that you cannot reserve beds but this was not enforced. The meals were buffet style and we found that there was always plenty of choice and the quality was good. We never struggled to find something to eat. The only criticism we had was that finding a table could sometimes be difficult and the staff did not help in this regard. The drinks were a mixture of branded and local and were good quality other than the wine which we found undrinkable. The staff on the whole were very friendly and the only issue we had was with reception where we asked for a kettle for our room and extra hangers for our clothes. Neither appeared and reception blamed housekeeping rather than sort the request. However this was only a minor problem. There is not much to do outside the hotel other than a waterpark which guests of the hotel can use. We like to go for a walk particularly after dinner but there is nowhere to walk to other than a few shops. All in all we enjoyed our stay at this hotel but not sure we would return. However we would return to this part of Gran Canaria.More
Stayed here for a week beginnig of February 2014 with my wife. On the positive side big modern room with a large balcony, I believe all rooms are the same. We stayed on the second floor towards the sea and had a reasonable good view. An other postive aspect of the location towards the sea is direct access to the pool area via own set of stairs. The Paradise Valle Taurito is on the morning sun side of the vally, although that means sun rises at about 9:45. The disadvantage is that the sun disapear quite early in the afternoon, so if you prefer afternnon sun find a hotel at hte other side of the vally, but then you will be missing the morning sun. The all inclusive food was certainly not four star, the fish dishes as well as the selction of salads were usually quite good but the meat dishes were generelly over-cooked and dry. The all-inclusive dispenser red, white and rose wines in the reaturant are hardly drinkable, another matter was that wine-glasses were lacking more often than not and people therfor filled beer glasses with wine instead. The wine at the pool bar is a better choice. We found the staff to be generally fiendly and helpful.More
stayed here for a week with my daughter son in law and my grandchildren . found this hotel to be perfect entertainment food and location 4 star definatly thanks for the hotel for making are stay so enjoyableMore
certainly not four star!!
Stayed here for two weeks from 09/01/2014-23/01/2014 and was quite disappointed with the overall standard.The food was basic and in some instances inedible and snacks on offer between meals were merely recycled leftovers. Long queues were par for the course at breakfast and dinner as the kitchen seemed unprepared for the number of guests who turned up to eat.. Alcoholic drinks on offer at lunch and dinner were red,white and rose wine, none of which were anything to write home about.The white wine was undrinkable,the red was slightly better and the rose was like fizzy pop.Beer was also available but again was not the best. At the pool bar the above drinks were all available along with various local concoctions and pre-mixed cocktails dispensed from plastic containers. Having sampled one cocktail I sampled no more.The local alcoholic drinks were of poor quality and when I did have a drink I paid to have premium brands although there was a discount for all inclusive guests. We stayed in a fifth floor room which did have a good view of the surrounding area and had a good sea view.The room was quite spacious and reasonably comfortable and there was a large balcony. The bathroom again was spacious and clean but unfortunately the shower head would not stay in its bracket due to the worn cheap plastic fitment. Also the "grab handles" in the bath were cheap plastic and came away in your hands so be very careful if using the bath;this could be quite dangerous.Not what you expect in a four star establishment. Evening entertainment in the hotel was pretty sub-standard and best avoided.During the day the animation team worked hard to try and involve guests in various activities with varying success. The pool area was reasonably well maintained and clean although sun loungers were at a premium due to the iniquitous early morning towel dumpers. The pool itself was a good size and clean although the jacuzzi area needed some maintenance as there were several broken fitments. Wi-fi was charged at six euros per day which was a bit rich for an all inclusive hotel especially these days when every bar and restaurant has free wi-fi.More
alex m, Paisley, United Kingdom
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