You’re only a minute’s walk from the beach at this place – but if you’re staying put, there’s a huge pool and a no-holds-barred waterpark to keep you busy.
This place is home to one of Gran Canaria’s biggest waterparks, which it shares with the neighbouring Paradise Lago Taurito. It comes with loads of white-knuckle slides, plus plenty for smaller sliders, too.
The hotel’s highlights include its own pool, a smart buffet restaurant and huge, contemporary bedrooms. And when you fancy a session on the sand, Taurito Beach is practically on the doorstep.
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Holidays with unlimited waterpark access
- Unlimited access to the wettest and wildest waterparks
- All parks rated by our expert slide tester
- Kids' clubs at selected hotels
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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This onsite waterpark packs a punch. Set in to the mountains, you'll be able to whizz down the speedy Kamikaze, take a drop in the Space Bowl or let the kids loose on the Pirate Ship feature with a handful of mini-slides.
Just so you know, you need to be at least 120cm tall to use the bigger slides here. The Pirate Ship and mini-slides have a minimum height restriction of 100cm. When you do have time to relax, parasols are available at a charge.
For ages 4-12 years.
With a kids' section.
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twin with limited sea view for up to 2 adults and 1 child
Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child with an extra camp-bed and a mini-fridge. A shower or a bath is provided.
twin room with limited view
Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child with an extra camp-bed. There's also a mini-fridge, shower or bath. Can also be sold as a single.
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Very Relaxing and comfortable hotel
Stayed at this hotel 3-10 November - 3 adults and 2 children. Very modern, clean and professional hotel, lovely staff who worked very hard. Entertainments team Elena, Cami and Alex (?) always had a smile and gently offered daytime activities and were very good with the children. Also worked very hard on the fantastic evening entertainment in the shared entertainment area. Ali in Pool Bar had a lovely personality and did Magic Tricks for the children. Pedro also lovely personality and entertained us with his tricks when pouring cocktails. Just the right degree of friendliness and couldn't have wished for more. Food and dining area very good with plenty of choice for al tastes. Well done Valle Taurito (Paradise)- may see you again, There are a few Paradise hotels in this area - make sure you are reading about Valle Taurito.More
Nice hotel shame about the food.
Have just returned from a week here, And I have to say the food has really spoilt this holiday. Not only that I have had bad stomach with sickness etc. first time ever in over 10 years travelling abroad I've been poorly. The hotel is lovely and clean, and in a nice location. The rooms are big, and nice balcony. The weather has been perfect, the lifts, are very temperamental, and when you are disabled it's very hard when having to walk up stairs. Even just to the 3rd floor. Thomsons/ first choice know that I complained about the food, and also been poorly. But not a lot of help. I don't expect everything to be perfect. As for price we paid it was cheap holiday. But I do expect to have decent food. This is classed as 4 star hotel. But hotel opposite within the same company is 3 star and had more food choice. Nothing much around the resort so no where to go for a meal. Unless go to Morgan or Puerto Rico. The beach is nice. With 20% off drinks for all guests staying here. This hotel could be really good, but need to get act together about the food. My stomach is still not right all through staying here. We picked a 4 star hotel, but feel we got 2 starMore
kevin h, Durham, United Kingdom
Lovely hotel shame about the food
Stayed here for one week with my partner after booking with first choice. First impressions are very good the hotel is beautiful and clean. Our room was lovely we were in 602a so we had a great view over the resresort and of the sea. Be warned though I think all rooms have an adjoining door and we had a noisy child who woke us up at half 7 every morning by running screaming by the door, we noticed they were with another family who stayed the next again room so don't know why they didn't put them together with the door in between which would have also cut out their loud chats in the corridor early in the morning. Balconies are a good size and the stonework is really nice, we certainly made the most of ours! Our room was big, bed was comfy, hair dryer was decent and the walk in shower was nice although the drain had a bit of a smell at first. Lots of storage space including plenty of hangers and room for our cases. There is a small fridge which had 2 small bottles of water for us arriving which we filled up at breakfast each day. The hotel has 2 glass lifts which seem to be a bit temperamental as we had to use the stairs a few times during our stay which in the heat going to the 6th floor wasn't ideal. The pool area is nice and the pool is not too cold and unlike some we were able to swim for a while - it is still chilly getting in! Pool bar staff are friendly and fast we never had to wait long for a drink unlike at the arena plaza where we did have to wait quite a while probably because this one bar with few staff serves 3 paradise hotels at night which also makes getting a seat for night time shows difficult. Also sometimes felt that the drinks might have been watered down. You can get a taxi to Puerto Rico for roughly â¬10 and a taxi to MogÃ¡n for about â¬6 which was good but could end up expensive. The main problem with the hotel is the food, it's awful! The food is also usually labeled wrong or only in german. We know we weren't the only people who struggled after talking to other couples and seeing quite a few people only eating chips for dinner. My partner and I both ended up with food poisoning and were violently sick so gave up on eating there especially after watching a chef use the same tongs to handle raw meat then use them to put cooked meat on to people's plates without washing them. I also had a bad experience one lunch with a rude waitress making me move table while I was already eating as she was setting up for dinner even though lunch was still in full swing and other guests were eating in the same section I was in and there was no sign or anything to say you can't eat there. There is only one other place to eat in resort which is on the beach and we didn't fancy it which meant a few taxis for us to get dinner. I genuinely really loved the hotel but I couldn't stay again due to the food and because there isn't anywhere else to eat within walking distance which is unfortunate.More
Alison S, Dumbarton, United Kingdom
WOW ! Fantastic hotel, excellent service, great food and extremely high standard of cleanliness.
Firstly, we'll make a general point about this review - we are holiday makers, not hotel inspectors, food critics or architects, so we spent our week at Valle Taurito with one intention, to have a lazy week. Unlike others that use Trip Advisor to nit-pick and think they're better and more clever than normal folk, we're not like that ! Anyway, on to the review... Our all-inclusive holiday was booked through Holiday Hypermarket, late October. We flew from Stansted for one week, on Monday 3rd November. The holiday company was First Choice. We paid a total of Â£1058 (two adults). We arrived in Las Palmas, mid afternoon and had about a 90 minute transfer to the hotel, by coach. The hotel is 6 years old and still looks as good as new. It is far more impressive than any pictures on the internet. We love Kevin McCloud and Grand Designs, but aren't qualified to wax lyrical about the design of the building. All that can be said is that the combination of stonework, glass, chrome, wood and tiles, complimented with great lighting and lovely furniture and soft furnishings create a stunning look, inside and outside. Our room was spacious, very clean and very modern, with a balcony that overlooked the resort and a view of the sea in the distance. We had a bath with shower overhead. All very modern and clean. Our cleaner did a great job each day - so good that it was pointless trying to make the bed as good as her, so we gave up after day three ! The restaurant was beautiful and had plenty of seating on the veranda. The food was plentiful and there was enough variety throughout the week. The hard-working waiters, waitresses and chefs were all pleasant and quietly efficient. The pool was lovely and amazingly clean. The pool bar was well stocked and the bar staff were always pleasant and efficient. Alex (MALE) and Madi ? (FEMALE) were part of the hotel's entertainment team and were both very friendly, funny, energetic and enthusiastic. We did archery, pellet gun shooting, yoga and aquafit during the day time around the pool area. Attached to the hotel was a gym and spa - we used the gym each morning. As a treat, we paid 15 euros in total so we could make use of the spa pool, sauna and steam room. Again, the cleanliness of the place was staggering. In the bowl of the valley, yards from the main entrance to the hotel is an entertainment area which includes crazy golf, trampolines, outdoor covered stage with seating, waterpark, tennis and basketball courts and a parade of shops and stalls. Entrance to the waterpark is free if you are all inclusive at Paradise Valle Taurito. At night, from your balcony, the view of the hotels on the opposite side of the valley is amazing with all the lights. Quite a picture. As well as bagging a bargain with this week stay at Valle Taurito, the cherry on the icing was the weather - seven days of sunshine from 7am to 6pm every day with temperatures of 25c+. We had a great week of relaxation at Valle Taurito. I'm sure we'll return at some point in the not to distant future.More
gjs041070, Newmarket, United Kingdom
Average room, but free access to the nearby water slide and pool land (yay, no chlorine, but sea water!) and great beach makes this hotel well worth staying at. Also, the hotel pool was nice and clean, not rieking of chlorine as often pools are. Dining room very noisy, most of the time we were able to snatch one of the outside tables though. Food all inclusive was variated and fresh. OK taste. Children loved the free ice cream and drinks! (non-alcoholic for them, we adults could indulge in pina colada at the bar or cheap wine for free at lunch or dinner). One could buy better wine from the waiters if desired though. Wifi was free with all inclusive, but very poor and hard to find. Only in spots and then it was slow. Forget instagram ;)More
AnnaWallman, Gothenburg, Sweden
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