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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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.
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 extra bed.
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Travelled to Taurito in June Arrived late,quick and easy check in We were on the top floor,lovely views 4 lifts to get there but not so bad once you get your bearings.Food lovely so much choice and never went hungry,and I'm quite fussy. Need to get up early for sunbeds, could do with some music round the pool i think. Entertainment hit & miss but sat outside most evenings once you've managed to get a seat.could do with more outside seating.free bus to beach and bar lovely snacks there too.A bit secluded for us as no where to walk at night . visit mogan a beautiful little harbour with beach bars and shops, duty free here much better and cheaper.take a kettle if like us enjoy a cuppa in the morning. Worth a taxi into Puerto Rico about €10 reception will call them and a little dearer on return. More
Family holiday Visited this hotel at the end of July for a family holiday with my husband and 3 children aged 7, 9, & 17. We were in rooms 4026 & 4026B with an adjoining door between the rooms. Rooms were very clean with rattan furniture inside and cleaned everyday around 3pm by hotel staff. Bathrooms consisted of shower, separate bath, toilet, hand basin and hair dryer. We had to take 3 lifts and stairs to reach the room and was very high up but with lovely views across the bay and surrounding area. Great for watching the sun go down on the balcony. Food. Buffet style restaurant with Continental breakfast as well as bacon scrambled or fried eggs pancakes and different breads. Dinner and lunch had fish, chicken, veal, pork and other meats on offer, Different hot and cold rice and pasta dishes as well as a salad bar. We especially enjoyed the seafood & chinese nights. Wine, beer, sangria and soft drinks on tap. We was shown to a table every lunch and evening meal by friendly staff who interacted with our boys and would take them by the hand and lead them to our table (obviously not the 17 year old!) There was also a snack bar with hotdogs, toasties and burgers on offer. Pool. Pool area had 2 pools, one main pool and a baby pool both saltwater and a pool bar which got rather busy. There was also an adult pool which looked lovely and relaxing away from the main pool area. Sun beds were reserved by guests with towels as early as 6.30am after I decided to take a few early morning walks around the resort and spotted guests putting out their towels! Pool area did get very busy during the day! The kids really enjoyed the pool days we had and were entertained by the animation team but preferred to spend their day in the pool playing. We didn't really see the entertainment so cannot really comment on this but the ones we did watch was a parrot show and a magic show which the kids found entertaining! There is also a main bar in the entertainment room. We hired a car for the day for around 80 euros and went to Maspalomas and out for dinner in Puerto de Mogan in the evening. There is a car hire desk within the reception area of the hotel. There is also a free bus which takes you down to the beach and into Puerto de Mogan and back again. The bus was fully booked on the Tuesday (arrived Monday) when we tried to book onto it for the Friday market in Puerto de Mogan so booking early to get a seat is advised! There is a small shop onsite selling daily newspapers, sun cream, water, sweets and souvenirs but there is also a shop further down the hill if you fancy a walk! We really enjoyed our stay here and a good time was had by all.More
First Impressions We paid for private airport transportation and travel time was quick. We arrived late, after 9:30, fortunately, there was the reception was fully staffed and check-in was quick. The trip to our room, on the top floor was daunting. We moved our luggage along ramps, stairs and three elevators. The view of the Atlantic Ocean, at dusk was slipping into dark night was amazing. Rooms Our double bedroom had generous proportions, plenty of room for our belongings. It was cleaned every day, but usually only after 3pm. A slight inconvenience because we couldn't escape the late afternoon heat. Food and Restaurants We ate most of our meals in the Restaurant Princess, the main dining room. There were theme nights, and plenty of choices all the way from main course, vegetables, salads and a delightful choice of deserts. They had wine and beer on self service but no coffee machine for the evening meal. We ate most lunches at Restaurant La Choza, the terrace restaurant by the pool. It was convenient, but there was limited selection. There was beer, wine, pop, and juice on self serve. It was only place to escape the heat of the day. We didn't bother with the Beach Club, we loved the main pool, and couldn't chance not finding a sunbed on the beach. Bars During the day the pool bar, Bar Coco-Loco was busy, and we often lined up for drinks. It was the only place to get a cocktail during the day, and a great place to watch the poolside action. Bar Salon Princess was the lobby bar, and where the night entertainment was offered. Thee was always a line-up, with beer and wine on top. Once again, just ask the bartender for the list of cocktails. The all inclusive drinks menu met our needs. Evening Entertainment We were there for two weeks, and there was a different act every night. There was the usual kids entertainment and sometimes a quick show, before the main act. The entertainment was great but always a dance act. I wish management would bring in some singings acts as well. Pools We spent most of our time around the main pool, we loved watching the action. Our main complaint for this section was the lack of shaded areas. There were not enough umbrellas and table groupings in the heat. There was an adult pool, sunbeds were snapped up before 7am. It had a lovely view but there was only wine and beer on tap and I drink rum. Bus to Puerto Mogan The daily courtesy bus to Puerto de Mogan was the icing on the cake for this hotel. We loved Puerto de Mogan and went there three for four times. The bus was always busy, and it was free. My other complaint was the inability to escape the afternoon heat. Restaurant La Choza was too small, and even the open terrace off the main level was not properly covered. The couches were comfortable but the wooden cover was no against the heat. Thank you staff at Mogan Princess for a wonderful holiday. We can't wait for our next holiday at your lovely resort hotel.More
Fabulous hotel, Amazing food and staff
We visited in July and had a lovely holiday. We were quickly and efficiently booked in and shown to our rooms. As the hotel is built on the side of a steep hill getting around is made easy with lifts although there are stairs between some lifts. The rooms are very comfortable and we had a huge double bed. On the top of the third floor the view is stunning but I think it's the same across the hotel as it is about 400 feet above sea level. The all inclusive option is the way to go here. We were very pleasantly surprised by the standard of the food, it really was very good. You need to have a little wander around before you decide what you fancy, there are so many options. the salad bay was always fresh and vast, the bread selection was beautiful and there was a great selection of meat, fish and vegetables. Drinks are very good here, the local lager is good and there is red and white wine and soft drinks are available in the restaurant. Elsewhere in the hotel the drinks including cocktails are free flowing (and strong). The pool area has a lovely bar with a superb barman, we had a laugh with him. The main pool was big enough even with the hotel being busy. It starts off about ankle deep and gradually tapers down to about 6 feet. The water was warm but perfect to cool off after lounging in the sun. there was another smaller infinity pool on a different level which had a food bar serving salad, burgers, hot dogs, chips, toasted sandwiches etc, all day. We only managed to go to the restaurant for lunch once in the week we were there. The staff are what make this hotel, they are amazing and really made our holiday for us. We would love to visit againMore
Steve F, 186369
I have to start with a positive, staff VERY good, staff always cleaning, food great loved it. Went to Mogan on the coach our friend is disabled no one helped her on the coach had to walk to the end of coach to which the driver drove before she sat down!!! Ended up getting taxi back cost 20 euro's (due to landslide). Only one restantant for everyone, yes lunch you have a small one which is nice. No kettle in room TV didn't work very well. Market great. A lot of different nationality which was nice, some people didn't care their kids were in the adult pool!!! Only once was there a hand sanitiser when environmental health was in the hotel. You pay 2euros for pool table. When everything is closed you have to pay for water. I have to say met nice people but would be nice for the little things. End on a positive view out standing from room.More
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