Mogan Princess & Beach Club

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 snacks and refreshments by the pool and a buffet or à la carte lunch is offered here too.

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twin room with sea view

Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child.

twin room with sea view

Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 2 adults and 1 child.

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Winter sun

We have just returned after spending a week at the Mogan Princess and Beach Club . From the airport it is a 50 min journey I would strongly recommend taking a taxi which avoids drop offs at other hotels which makes the journey even longer. The hotel is situated very high up a cliff face and to walk down to the beach takes 20 mins even longer to return up the steep hill. Not very friendly for disabled guests although there is a complimentary mini bus service several times a day. Likewise the hotel is set on different levels which could prove awkward if the lifts were not working. Finding your way around the different levels was not easy. This all inclusive hotel has several bars and a beach bar. Sun loungers at the beach bar have to be paid for which was a surprise . The food in the restaurant was varied, plentiful and of a good quality with no waiting for tables. Bedrooms were comfortable with a choice of twin or double beds although the bathroom could of been larger. The balcony was adequate and had full sun from mid morning. Staff were always helpful particulary on reception. As in many hotels the evening entertainment was a disappointment There are three swimming pools with one being heated. Puerto Mogan is a lovely port clean and attractive with many flowers We had an enjoyable stay.More

TONYT190728, Darlington, United Kingdom

couldn't fault it

Spent a lovely 14 day's here 1st-15th November 2014 , the hotel , the staff , the food were all excellent , only 1very minor gripe , the beds are very very hard , my back did not get on with my bed at all :-) , wasn't overcrowded , no problems with getting a sunbed , no problems getting served at any of the bars , would and hopfully will return very very soon , my thanks to all the management and staff for a lovely stay.More

John A, .

Some bit of disillusion

Honestly, it shouldn't bear the four stars. Service, staff are excellent as well as the cleaning of the rooms and everywhere in the hotel. The hotel is very big and we had to take 3 lifts to get to our room, with a first days a map to find the right way. We got 5405. There were two separated beds in the room with only one chair and a little table and the bathroom is quite small with not a flexible shower but a fixed one. More old style. The hotel is quite isolated and if you want to go to the centre of the town you've always to go downwards, the same as for the beach, which can be reached by shuttles, available from the hotel for free and at regular hours. Therefore positive. The hotel offers different entertainment but after some days always the same. Food is varied and in great quantity, but unfortunately not typical Spanish food and also repetitive after some days. Although it's an international hotel few people of the staff speak another language than Spanish and if so, only English. The position of the hotel is excellent and from any room you have a beautiful view on the sea, the town of Puerto Mogan and we had it also on the beach. The weather was more than excellent!. Fortunately we rented a car for 3 days and visited the entire island with its particular aspects. It's a nice hotel but not worth its 4 stars.More

brackeri, Arona, Italy

November sun

This hotel is beautifully located on the cliff side with magnificent views of Taurito and Puerta de Mogan We especially enjoyed some magnificent sunsets during our November stay. The weather was sunny and hot and we were always able to find either sun or shade around one of the pool areas. The shuttle buses to The beach and the town were useful, but could run more frequently. We enjoyed a lunch at Taurito as part of our all inclusive deal. Taxis are cheap are easy to find and the visit to Puerta de Mogan was a highlight of our week. If you are looking for fine dining you will be disappointed, but food is ample and varied. The restaurant staff work hard to deal with the numbers dining especially in the evening and it is not a very relaxing experience, but you get what you pay for. Our room was good and conveniently placed for all we needed. All the staff whom we met were friendly and efficient and the hotel is clean and well presented. There are the usual gripes about those who claim a lounger at 8am but do not sit on it until after noon. We enjoyed our stay and will hope to visit again.More

Marion J, Manchester, United Kingdom

We give it 4 stars all day long

We have just arrived back from the Mogan princess after a 1 week stay 8th to the 15th November. We have stayed in other hotels in the Canary Islands and this by far was the best. We arrived at the hotel check in was about ten mins we were given our keys and just like it says all rooms get a sea view. We got 2203 and the view was brilliant the Rooms are well decorated and have a good size wardrobe a tv and comfy beds. The bathroom is a good size with a shower and a bath the bathroom is stocked with shampoo shower gel towels and a hair drier. Your given two beach towels on your arrival and if you want to change for clean ones you go to reception and its a euro per towel. The rooms are cleaned every day and the cleaners like all the staff are very friendly and efficient. We were all inclusive so you get the wrist band on arrival. If you want to stay at the hotel theirs loads of sun loungers round the main pool that has a pool bar open 10am till 6pm and if your taking kids theirs a ice cream station near the pool bar just help yourself. Theirs another building near the pool that serves burgers hot dogs toasted sarnies fruit and pastries from diner time till 6pm you can also pour your own beer or sangria or coffee ect at this place. Breakfast is served in the main food hall which if you get a window view is amazing its buffet style breakfast dinner and tea and If you can't find something you like to eat then I would love to know what you eat at home the food is brilliant loads of selection. Breakfast = fruit or cereals or bacon eggs fried and scrambled pastries pancakes it's all there.I can't comment on diner as we didn't eat in the main hall for lunch as there is a beach bar on the beach which you can go to and get sandwiches hot dogs cakes pizza drinks ect all on your all inclusive. So as we went to the water park we came out went to the beach bar had lunch then went back in the water park. The evening food was again amazing always a good selection of hot and cold food different themes each night and plenty variety you pour your own wine or beer in the main food hall and soft drinks if you don't want alcohol. There is salad dishes pasta meats hot and cold. soups and a full cheese board selection every night and loads puddings. Entertainment is in a separate area and it's something different every night we preferred sat on out balcony as that's more our thing but it's your choice theirs loads of quiet areas if you want. Theirs a courtesy bus that runs down the hill to the beach area we walked it and it's steep but takes about 15 mins steady walk. At the bottom of the hill bus theirs two bus stops bus No 1 goes to Mogan the harbour area you can see from the rooms it's worth a visit it's a lovely place to walk round the buses run every hr and it's a 1euro 50 Cents on way a journey of about ten mins you can also go the other way to Puerto Rico that's the same bus but takes about 15 mins. We loved it and would definitely go back ALL the staff are friendly and always have time for you. It deserves its 4stars in our opinion. If you would like any more info feel free to e mail me at don't hesitate to book it you will enjoy it.More

snakeBridlington, bridlington

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