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.
Facilities► View all
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.
Rooms ► View all
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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A great holiday! Ignore the negative reviews.
My partner and I are in our late twenties and we stayed at this hotel from March 28th to April 8th. I am an ex travel agent so I hope people find my review useful. Overall the weather was wonderful, clear skies and beautiful sun. (The hotel has hours of sun from approx 10.30 til 7pm and it is strong so pack a high factor.) We wanted to take advantage of the amazing views and asked for a room high up. We were in block 4. The top floor located in the highest block . Although you have to get 4 lifts it is well worth it! I would highly recommend a top floor room as you can watch the sun set (which doesn't happen until about 8pm!)....it really is amazing.) I have never stayed anywhere that offers views like this. I'm 6 months pregnant and managed the trip to the top floor, if you have problems walking then opt for a lower one. I was apprehensive about the food but I found it to be plentiful and of good quality. Yes it does get a bit 'samey' but unless you pay for 5* that is what you are going to get. I really enjoyed the breakfast especially the pancakes and coffee. A nice selection of fresh fruits and pastries aswell as cereals and cooked breakfast options. (The chef at the show cooking station kindly made sure my eggs were not runny, eggs, beans, tomatoes, mushrooms all okay but the sausages will not be what you are used to in the UK.) It is quite clear that the staff in the restaurant work extremely hard, I found them to be very polite and helpful. I noticed managers frequently walking around, checking, speaking with guests and this was nice to see. Food was replenished quickly and service great. Staff will greet you at the door and seat you (a nice touch) and if you get your timings right you can sit by the huge glass windows overlooking the sea. The sun doesn't reach the main pool (heated in winter) til 10.30/11am - great if you are a late riser. However many people reserve sunbeds well before then. My advice would be to pop them out when you go down for breakfast. The pool was a nice temperature although I didn't attempt the adults only one. The staff were working hard to try and get people involved in aqua gym but unfortunately nobody seemed bothered...not their fault. Music around the pool was fine not to loud. I can't comment on the drinks but my partner had no issues with them. Quite frankly people who moan about the quality of the spirits need to dig deep and pay for a 5* hotel or upgrade to imported. It is standard and common practice for hotels to use local alternatives, you are not at home. There is a restaurant located near the pools where you can have burgers, hot dogs, chips, fruit, ice cream, coffee etc throughout the day. Fine for a quick bite. I would HIGHLY recommend a trip to Puerto Mogan. An absolute must!!! It's a beautiful fishing village nearby (â¬7 in a taxi). There is a huge market every Friday with lots of stalls. Didn't get hassled by traders in the way you would imagine, they were very friendly. There is a range of restaurants and places to eat and the scenery is beautiful. Along the pathways you'll find lots of freshly painted homes with beautiful flowers and lots of boutique shops. We went back in the evening to eat out and it was great. No nightlife past 10pm here. Very quiet and chilled. Entertainment in the hotel is okay but not amazing. It does get busy in the evening and if you leave it too late you won't find a seat. If you're after some nightlife your best bet is Puerto Rico, approx â¬15 in a taxi. Loads of bustling restaurants and bars to drink in aswell as shops. This is a great value hotel with unique views. Go down to the beach and you'll be able to use the beach bar for all inclusive drinks and snacks. I spoke with other guests who had stayed at Taurito Princess and found Mogan to be the better option. You can pay to visit the water park down the hill at Taurito Princess â¬22 per adult with buffet. Nice to see the animation team playing games and actually getting in the pool with the children for water polo. I noticed a team member walking around greeting children by name and asking them to come and join in. That was nice. A lovely break away with truly stunning views. Rooms were perfectly fine. I asked for extra pillows and they were delivered that day. Staff great very knowledgeable, only one English news channel on the TV but that's fine! If you have realistic expectations as to what your money will get you, you will have an amazing holiday. Sometimes you need to forget any small niggles and focus on enjoying yourself. No hotel can/will ever be 100% perfect for 100% of guests. Great shower and room cleaned daily. Brilliant location, great weather, good food. Overall we had a wonderful stay! If anyone would like to ask anything feel free to contact me. Thank you Mogan Princess! X More
Lovely long weekend
Stayed for a long weekend in March 2016. We had already booked a suite and decided to upgrade service to get better quality drinks etc once at the resort. This was especially good as we were able to order bottles of water instead of from the machines and could have a bottle of wine/cava when we wanted. Mogan itself is a stunning place with many eateries and little bars. The wifi lets this place down a bit as we payed extra to have it but it didn't work in our room at all so we had to go to Reception to use it. The other reason for only 4 stars is they tell you NO reserving of sun beds allowed before 10am and if you follow this you are likely to be the only ones that do! Woke up early one morning and looked out to find a whole section already reserved at 7.30am - pointless saying it and doing nothing about those that flout the rules! Loved the beach bar although be aware the sunbeds and umbrellas are charged locally there. Stunning views in restaurant and bar - ask to be seated there as usually you are ushered to tables at the back.More
Karen K, 190725
poor directions to room , took 10 mins to find. no free wifi , we are in the 21st century ,the hotel is in the 90s. food ok if you like pork.dinning room like a cattle market. room clean and fresh towels. bus to beach , u have to watch times. was told sun beds on beach was free but no 9 eurosMore
Got back a week ago after a 10-day stay. We enjoyed it on the whole but it depends really on what you're looking for in a holiday. The rooms were spacious and clean. Fantastic views. Good and varied food. It's just the dining room - it has to be large to accommodate the number of guests but it can get noisy. Some other all-inclusive hotels we've stayed in have had 1 or more small restaurants for which you are given vouchers. So during your stay you can visit these 2-3 times and they are quieter and have waiter service. The room where the entertainment was, was also large but usually full by 9.45 so any late diners coming after this time struggled to get a seat, let alone a table. We managed it twice in our 10 day stay. No more to say really - don't want to repeat what other reviewers have written. Just a word to the wise - hairdryer and beach towels are provided. We only had 6 coat hangers each so ladies, you may want to take a few more.More
Good value restful stay
My Mrs and I booked this a restful get away. The rooms were very clean and comfortable with a lovely view. The all inclusive food and drink offered wide choice and good quality. I would recommend this hotel to most people but the fact that it is built into the hillside and some of the runs of stairs may make it difficult for those with mobility problems. Otherwise it was a great stayMore
Ade W, 186220
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