This mountainside hotel has widescreen views of the Atlantic Ocean and 3 outdoor pools to enjoy them from.
Set into the side of a mountain, this place knows how to make the most of its ocean views. Every room has a glass-fronted balcony and the buffet restaurant comes with floor-to-ceiling windows and an outdoor terrace.
There are 3 outdoor pools to choose from, and a black-sand beach 15-minutes’ walk down the hill – or you can hop on the hotel shuttle bus for free. A 10-minute drive will get you to the harbour town of Puerto Mogan.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full board buffet meals.
Select local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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3 outdoor pools
The pools are freshwater and 1 is heated in winter. They're surrounded by large sun terraces with plenty of sunbeds and sea views.
International buffet restaurant
Open for breakfast and dinner with themed nights. Early suppers and meals for special diets can be arranged, and highchairs are available. Gentlemen are asked to wear long trousers for dinner. just so you know, in winter, dinner times are 18.30-21.00.
La Choza snack bar
Open throughout the day for drinks and snacks by the pool.
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Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony
These twin rooms are decorated with a home-from-home feel. Outside there’s a balcony overlooking the sea for that extra bit of space outside. Plus air-conditioning is available from May to October. You’ll also have 1 child bed.
Suite with Sea View and Balcony
These airy suites are a good base for exploring the local area. You’ll have a twin bedroom plus 1 child bed and 1 extra bed in the lounge. Outside there’s a balcony overlooking the sea. And air-conditioning is available from May to October.
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Much needed holiday
Fantastic hotel in the resort of Taurito. Couldn't fault it for cleanliness, food amenities. Lovely helpful staff the restaurant was well run and the selection of food was excellent every taste catered for. Loved it would highly recommend for family, friends, couples. More
Just arrived back from Mogan Princess and Beach Club today, loved it. My husband and I took my mother and stepfather away with us for a weeks break and this holiday didn't disappoint. This was our seventh visit to Gran Canaria and we love the island, this time was our first all inclusive experience and it was wonderful. After reading several reviews I was a bit apprehensive about the location and food but we had no issues with this at all. The hotel is set into the cliffs and is high up, it's set onto different levels but has lifts and stairs to each floor, we went out for a walk and it took us 10 minutes to reach the bottom of the road where there was a bus stop and taxi rank, the hotel will also call you a taxi should you require one. There's a courtesy bus to the beach and Puerto Mogan, personally I think the comments about the location are just picky! The restaurant within the hotel was lovely, the variety of food was amazing and was delicious, if I had to pick a fault it would be that there is only one drinks station to serve the whole restaurant so can get a bit congested around the machines, also tea and coffee isn't served on an evening, if you require that you have to go to the bar. The rooms where immaculate and cleaned every day with fresh towels provided. Beds are a bit uncomfortable but we asked for mattress toppers and they were on our beds within an hour. The entertainment is a bit unorganised, the staff are ran ragged and nothing runs to schedule but was enjoyable! The staff were great with kids. Our main issue was the adult only panoramic pool - we never got to sit around it! Beds were reserved from 6.30am (some towels where on them all night) it was unfair for other guests as the same people occupied the beds and pool every day, nobody else had a chance to use this beautiful pool and bathing area. In all we had a lovely time and will definitely return to this hotel for future holidays.More
Not quite four star
Arrived about eleven at night. No one to help with luggage. Directions given to find room. A bit confusing as 2 lifts to reach it and arriving in the dark. Room ok. Food usual for all inclusive but drinks could be improved on. Cups too small for tea and coffee machine. Bit messy from time to time and queuing up. Entertainment was a lot to be desired. Could do with courtesy bus going more often to Puerto De Mogan. Nothing round about so if you fancy a stroll out at night forget it. Very steep hill to reach the hotel. It was ok for a week but would choose another hotel if returning to that area.More
Catherine W, 551897
Poor food. Watered drinks.
I stayed at the Mogan princess and beach club for 2 weeks from 20th May to 3rd june. On arival i was booked in and told how to get to my room and told the restaurant was closed but there would be cold food in the restaurant at 11pm. As im disabled and. travel alone i had to struggle to the lift with a rollater and walk the lenght of the block of rooms to get to my room and was not offered any help. The room was so hot sweat ran down my face and after ringing reception to say the air conditioning wasnt working an engineer came and told me it was. After he left i tried to unpack and a large cockroach ran across the floor. I went to the restaurant at 11pm and the doors were closed and i stood with 2 other people waiting for someone to come. Nobody came so i opened the door where we found plates of salad but nothing to drink as the machines were turned off.Not a great start. i discoved the next morning i was given the room at the end of the corridor to be near a ramp that took me down to the lift for the snack bar and pool but it was a long walk to the restaurant for breakfast and dinner. I need a new knee and have split rods in my back so i was in constant pain with all the walking.Because of the long walk to the restaurant i ate lunch at the snack bar every day which consisted of burgers, hotdogs, cheese and ham (white) so called toasties and chips which i ate of paper plates with plastic knives and forks and had my tea in a plastic half pint glass.They allow the guests to take food to the sun loungers so hence the paper plates and plastic glasses. the sun loungers were dirty and there were not enough sun umbrellas to go round. The food seemed to be rehashed for the next meal every day.I went to have soup one night and didnt fancy what was in one soup tourine and the other one was empty and burnt black at the bottom. One night there was goat on the menu and the Wednesday before i came home i went to puerto rico for a meal as i couldnt face the restaurant. The next night i sat down with a meal and couldnt face it so i pushed my plate away and had bananas on bread for my dinner. Im not a fussy eaterand i love chips but every day for 2 weeks is too much.The drinks at the bars are watered down and thats bad enough but its even worse when you are being served cheap local spirits. The all inclusive cocktails were limited to 3 and they werent worth drinking. The entertainment was awful. I complained to reception about the guests above me throwing cigarette ends on to my balcony and was told by a male receptionist the next day that they had spoken to them about it. A few days later i came back to my room to find my beach towel over the chair on the balcony burned with cigarettes that had been thrown down. I was bought that beach towel 17 years ago when i was going on my first holiday and i wash it when i come home and put it by for my next holiday. I showed it to the male receptionist and said i wanted to speak to the manager and he said the manager would be there the next day. The receptionist next day with the long blonde hair asked me what it was about and went in the back and then preceeded, to come out and insult my intelligence by telling me the manager wasnt there and unless i saw the guests throwing the cigarettes down there was nothing they. could do. Ive heard on other reviews that the rooms were spotless. They mustn't have had the same maid as me.I was eating crisps and accidentally dropped one by my bedside and it lay there for my last 4 days. The tiles on the solarium where broken in several places and i cought my foot several times. The staff in the hotel are nice and a thank you to monika the receptionist for letting me keep my room a bit later on my last day and for helping me with my suitcase after id struggled down to reception after ringing reception and being told by the receptionist with the long blond hair someone would be up to help me down to reception and after 15 minutes nobody came. Oveall the restaurant and bar staff were great. Hello to Marina,Carina and Aziz. To finish the hotel is not suitable for disabled people and is no more than a 3* hotel.I definately would not go back and for another reviewer to compare it to the riu vistamar or the lopezan. I have stayed in both hotels and the mogan princess in no way compares to either hotel.More
Jackie G, 186470
We arrived at the hotel and it was pretty and not much direction and staff were rushing around. ***Please be aware that the beach is a 5-10min bus ride.*** the hotel has a strict policy about not putting towels on sunbeds to reserve them... by 7am most of the beds have towels on them, better of going to the beach. Food was pretty average nothing special. The all inclusive drinks available was very limited. Finally on the last night at the hotel ,we heard rumours that the hotel had legionaires disease and guests were being taken Ill, when we got back to our room there was a note from Thompson saying we were being moves to a different hotel as a precaution. We were given a £100 *Voucher* but that doesn't bring back our last night of our holiday.More
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