Mogan Princess & Beach Club


The first thing you’ll notice at this place is the view. The hotel is built into a mountainside high above Playa Taurito, so widescreen panoramas come as standard. Each room has a glass-fronted balcony to make the most of the outlook, while the buffet restaurant shows it off with floor-to-ceiling windows. Elsewhere, there are 3 freshwater pools, plus a poolside bar. Location-wise, Puerto Mogan is a 10-minute drive away and a 15-minute walk brings you to a black-sand beach – although it’s a bit of a climb on the way back.

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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 an outdoor terrace and themed nights. Kids' meals and early suppers can be arranged and highchairs are available. Gentlemen are asked to wear long trousers for dinner.

La Choza snack bar

Open all 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.

suite with sea view

Suite with sea view sleeps up to 3 adults and 1 child with twin beds in the bedroom and a sofa-bed for 2 in the lounge area. Cots are available on request.

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Nice hotel, could be better with some tweaking!!

My review may seem very negative but read on!!!!!! International buffet restaurant: food of good quality but repetitive and lukewarm: had to use the microwave to ensure was a safe temperature. No vegetarian options, even salad and pizza contained meat or fish. Gentlemen are asked to wear long trousers for dinner: very few kept to this request and in fact wore the same beachwear they had on all day!! There were several occasions where some very loud (possibly worse for wear) adults and unruly children spoilt lunch for many of the residents, there was no one to speak to about this. So to improve this the hotel could ensure food is hot, provide vegetarian options to be ordered the night before, men and women to wear appropriate clothing and 'dress' for dinner so that it is a dining experience and not just eating and to have a separate family area so that others do not get disturbed. La Choza snack bar: the website states: Open all day for snacks and refreshments by the pool and a buffet or à la carte lunch is offered here too. La Choza was open for burgers and pre made cheese and ham toasties, there was help yourself beer, wine, soft drinks and coffee. The afternoon tea was left over burgers and toasties and pastries from breakfast!!!! There was no other meal options at La Choza.So to improve this the hotel could make this an adult only area providing a la carte options. Coco Loco: lovely bar staff especially Maria. Shame that you could not get a coffee in a crockery cup: polystyrene only!!! To improve this the hotel could provide coffee in cups for those in the seating areas only. Beach club: very nice location, right on the beach. the beach is a 10 mins walk down a very steep hill, there is a free shuttle bus but it is very limited.To improve this the hotel could provide a more regular paid mini bus service to Taurito beach and Puerto Mogan, I am sure lots of residents would have paid a few euros. Princess lounge bar:The entertainment was dire!!! the animation team need to record themselves to see if there is a sound system issue. The all inclusive drinks package was limited, only three cocktails!!! Bar staff were frosty and not very friendly. You had to pay the full whack if you wanted a branded drink. To improve this the hotel could look at their cocktail menu as there are lots of alcohol choices and make cocktails for individuals, for example I ordered a bloody Mary and was told it was not on the all inclusive list so I ordered a tomato juice and a vodka and asked for tobasco!! Entertainment needs to be looked at so a more structured children's entertainment programme and low key adult entertainment, quality and quantity!! There is a lovely seating area on the same level as the reception, to improve this the hotel could provide a help yourself bar and appropriate piped music. Adult only pool: again a lovely area with plenty of sunbeds and an amazing view: to improve this the hotel could heat the pool, it was freezing!! Now for the absolute positives!!! Reception staff were very friendly and acted in a professional manner. Thanks Claudia and Tony. The lobby and public areas were spotless Our room 1408 was perfect with a sea and pool view, there are a lot of step so beware!!!! We feel we had value for money as this was a last minute deal. What to do..... Puerto Mogan is a must, the market was lovely, there is a free bus from the hotel, get your tickets in advance!!! There is a water taxi from Puerto Mogan 6:50 euros each to Puerto Rico. A taxi to Puerto Mogan is 7:50 euros, its worth going there in an evening there is a little square by the harbour with inexpensive restaurants!! The beach is Puerto Mogan is yellow sand, perhaps man made? Loved Puerto Mogan, so quant, and plenty of nice shops!! Taurito beach is volcanic black sand, it is a lovely area with all inclusive drinks and food at Mogan Princess beach bar, there are a few souvenir shops, a small water park and crazy golf, again free bus from hotel, limited times. If you did want o go on public transport its 1:40euro per person per journey. Would we go to this hotel again? Yes we would it was good value for money but could be made a bit 'classier and up market' by doing some tweaking!!More

Lynne5460, Daventry, United Kingdom

21st birthday treat

A beautiful setting in the cliffs of Gran Canaria. We had a sea-view room, and the sunsets were some of the most beautiful I have ever seen. It does take about 15 mins to walk down to the beach and it's a very steep cliff up, but there is a taxi rank there for anyone unable to walk up the cliff. And the hotel runs a daily bus service down to the beach and back up 5 times a day, with a bus twice a day to the neighbouring Mogan Harbour. This was my first all-inclusive holiday package, and I wasn't sure what to make of it at first. On one hand, all-inclusive is great because you can grab a drink at a moment's notice and not have to put it on your tab, or pay instantly, but one the other hand, it definitely makes you over-indulge. The hotel entertainment was good, but the girls were not particularly lively, so they had a guy called Danny come over from the sister hotel over the beach and he livened things up on the weekend! On finding out from my mother that it was my 21st birthday, he got me on the dancefloor and everyone sang happy birthday and I was treated to a bottle of Prosecco! Very accommodating The daily maid service was OK. Not as good as the Princess hotel I went to in Tenerife. As a room service cleaner myself I noticed a half done job sometimes, but this is perhaps understandable in such a large place. It was clean and that was the main thing. Towels changed daily if required. Food was delicious, but some rather strange options for breakfast! If you're going out there expecting a full English, you'll be a little surprised. This hotel definitely caters more for Europeans - a lot of Germans and those from the Norway region. Which is all fine and dandy, but an English couple told us the hotel across the beach catered for British more apparently if that's your thing. The hotel has a Beach Club, where your all-inclusive food and drinks continue, so if you want a day at the beach you don't have to spend extra on food and drink, and there's a toilet in the little beach club, so don't spend 50cents on the public ones. Also, if you're using the sunbeds/umbrellas on the beach, 2 sunbeds and an umbrella costs 9 euro a day. But you can just take towels down and maybe your own umbrella, and lie on the beach itself for free. We booked with First Choice and went on one of their excursions called Taste of Traditions, and it included a visit and taster at a winery, full guided tour, a trip to Fataga and to the little capital of Tinte. It was an absolutely wonderful little half-day trip! One little annoying thing - when we arrived at the hotel, there were no water/fridge facilities in our room. It was a very tiny walk away to the nearest all-inclusive water facility, but it was still a little irritating. Apart from that, a thoroughly relaxing and enjoyable holiday!More

StephRJ, Denbigh, United Kingdom

Lovely stay in Taurito

Just spent a week at the Mogan Princess and Beach Club with First Choice. The staff are all very friendly and helpful which is always a good sign. It was very quiet as there where very few children during the week we stayed. The room was spacious and very clean, bed was very comfortable and great view over the area. It was still very hot sitting on balcony even at 7pm. The food was plentiful and good for us as nearly everything on offer we liked so it was deciding what to have being the main problem, I liked the house wine on tap when eating which is not always the case. The main issue we had was with the entertainment in the evening, the main show was at 2130 and it lasted under an hour. no support so it went to music being played which you could dance too or not as it was a dire choice being played most of the time. This was a great shame as overall we had a great week, went for a walk each morning down to the beach, takes about 20mins and you can walk through the park and lagoon area with beautiful plants and some parrots on show. The walk back is up the steep hill but there is a free bus service to and from the hotel but we found it good to stretch the legs after breakfast. Not sure I would take children to this hotel but would go back for a quiet week.More

steve1008, westbury, wiltshire


This was our 5th time back to the mogan princess but will be our last. This hotel is set at the top of a steep hill with fantastic views and has excellent staff, it has always been a quiet hotel in the past (always visited in January). This year seemed to be chaotic, big queues at the bar in the evening, queuing for a table for dinner in the evening, and all sunbeds reserved with towels ( not necessarily being used). They have now got another bar down at the beach and the hotel runs a shuttle service. The bar at the beach is lovely and clean and serves snacks as well as hot and cold drinks, the only down side is you have to pay for your sunbeds and umbrellas! It was nice to walk down in there in the mornings because the sun does not appear around the pool at the hotel until about 11.30 whereas the beach as it from early on. Although we were all inclusive, because of the very poor entertainment, lack of tables for dinner and the queues for the bar we ate out 12 nights out of the 14 we were there. La bruschetta in Puerto mogan does excellent food in a lovely relaxing atmosphere. The other gripes about the hotel is the the pool towels they issue you with at the beginning of your stay are to last you for the whole two weeks, if you want clean Howells you have to pay €2 euro each time you want a clean towel. There are no tea making facilities or fridges in the room. The lifts are still continue to break down which means walking up lots of steps! As returning guests we used to receive fruit etc in the room, this time we were given a voucher for a free cocktail? All inclusives .. Free drink? We also made enquiries about keeping dour room in as the flight wa not until the evening, we were told we would have to wait until the morning of our departure and ask the. This we did only to be told there were no rooms available but we could have the use of a courtesy room for 30 (for the two of us to shower and change). Luckily some people we met there let us Use their room. There seemed to be less staff working this year and the ones there were working so hard to try to please the guests. Grateful thanks to all he bar staff/restaurant staff and especially Danny (animation) for making us smile. We will miss the staff there many of whom we got to know quite wel over the years! but will not miss this hotel.More

frankie15, Yorkshire Dales National Park, United Kingdom

Well worth a return visit

We had a one week all inclusive from 24/3/2014, an now wish we had booked 2 weeks. The hotel was very clean and pleasant, with a wi-fi area in the lobby. The heated pool was very good, as were the pool bar staff. The food was very good, as was the choice. The drinks were freely available on tap in the retaurant, or from the snack bar. The staff were very friendly and efficient. The room was clean and very nice. The massages were good and reasonably priced. The atmospher was very relaxing. We Shall return.More

john l, Salisbury, United Kingdom

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