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.

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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A very good AI hotel

Stayed here for 10 days with friends this month. The hotel is probably not well suited for travellers with mobility issues. It is, after all, built on a hillside. Once you have orientated yourself it is very easy to find your way around. The rooms were well cleaned if a little on the basic side. The food, bars and pools were all very good. The hotel staff couldn't have been more helpful. If you want to go away for a few days AI and not worry about travelling anywhere, then I think you would struggle to find anywhere better.More

Bosco D,

Wonderful 8 nights with just a couple of very minor negatives.

Late 20's couple on an 8 night stay in mid Jan. Overall: If you can get a great deal out of season - you can't go wrong with this hotel. Really good holiday for the price we paid £450pp (covered flights and all inclusive) and great if you just want to swim, bathe, relax and eat with only some very minor negatives. All inclusive covers a decent selection of drinks: beer, sangria, cava, red, white, rose plus a wide (but very budget) selection of house spirits (but that's exactly what we expected, therefore were happy with). Coffee from numerous machines which pre make espressos, cappuccinos etc but these were a bit hit and miss in quality sometimes. Always large queues in the morning during breakfast. Food was decent. Fresh chicken and fish grilled infront of you everyday which always tasted delicious. Always a rice dish, pasta dish and some kind of themed cuisine etc. These were always good. Some dishes weren't so great but I always find buffets can be hit and miss so again I wasn't dissapointed. Some dishes were really great though. Decent variety and if you're not so adventurous there was always chips, pizza etc. Plus breads, cheeses, salads, ice creams and deserts etc. Some people have complained on here about cold/lukewarm dishes - yes food not always scolding hot but it's a buffet - what do you expect? Quality of the cold meats were poor (although a wide selection). Big let down was the water. Bottled water only from vending machines at a cost. Only other water was from the automatic juice machines (Orange squash etc) but this meant the water always had a slight taste of syrup as it dispenses out of the same nossle as the juices. Again - we knew this prior so it wasn't an issue and had come prepared to buy water in bulk at the local supermarket. Just be prepared to do so also... Rooms: Basic but clean and tidy. Two singles made together to form a large double (but still comfortable). Bath, shower etc. Each room has a little balcony. Hotel is built into the cliffs - so lots of stairs and levels but there's lifts easily accessible (and we used the stairs all the time anyways). The local beach is about a 20min walk down the hillside (but a pleasant one) or there's a free shuttle bus running throughout the day. Beach is really nice with a small bar (owned by the hotel) on the promenade where your all incl wristband works. Wifi only in the reception and at a cost. Taxi from the airport is around €65 one way - I'd recommend taking the local bus (called a Gua Gua) which costs around €6pp and runs every 30mins but it does take about 1hr 30mins). You can catch it from the airport and it drops you off at the bottom of the hill where the hotel is. Late night entertainment normally laughably poor but again - exactly what you'd expect from an all inclusive hotel in a resort region. Tina Turner tributes etc. But again - this didn't bother us as it wasn't the reason we chose the hotel. Nice main bar though with a balcony and two small outside bar areas too located near the pools. If you wish, you could always get hotdogs, burgers and toasties at the La Chorza shack not far from the pool. 1 adult pool (freezing cold) but nicely designed plus the main large pool (heated reasonably warm and fine to swim in). If you're happy to walk - you can explore the cliffs and terrain surrounding the resort. You can pretty much reach any peak depending how brave you are. All staff very friendly and warm if you treat them in a likewise manner. We'd visit again if we wanted a hassle free, lazy, relaxing trip but we like to always find new places to explore so for this reason only will look elsewhere in 2016. But if we fancied a quick break with a couple of days of sun - we'd come back!More

David F, London, United Kingdom

Lovely hotel, best all inclusive I've stayed at

There are so many positives, the food is lovely and varied... It caters for everyone and the staff are very attentive. Left my silver chain in the room on check out, realised when at airport only for the reception to confirm they had it and I made arrangements for a friend to collect it ... I'm most grateful to both the room cleaning staff and hotel receptionists. There are some negatives as noted on other reviews, if you have mobility problems I can see how this would be difficult as the lifts go to stairs which lead to the next lift...but you have to add that the rooms are lovely, the views stunning across the beach. The coach service could be timed better as it gets very busy due to everyone wanting to go to Mogan on the coach at 09:15.. There is no other trip there all day, but shorter journeys to the beach do run but with a 2 hour break in the middle of the day. Overall, for us it was fine as we had a car but I think the service should be revamped so more can benefit from it. lol bar and beach bar are superb.More


This hotel is not a 4 Star in our view

We have just had a reasonable break at this hotel and we can fully appreciate some of the negative comments previously read. We had a car so the access to the hotel was not a problem, but the parking is limited. The rooms are dated and basic,although cleaned daily to a good standard. The beds are uncomfortable for a 4 star hotel. There is an additional charge for the Internet, safe and the fridge. There are no tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms. The all inclusive menu was varied and fresh daily with a good selection to suit all. The staff were all very helpful. Access around the hotel can be difficult, due to the number of different levels and the lift layout. The tiled floors when wet are very slippery and in particular around the pool area. The entertainment provided each night was varied and lasted between 30-40 minutes and at times was very amateur. After the entertainment the in house disco was very poor and the result was hotel guests leaving this area. On the whole for a week of winter sun, this hotel is good value for money. I doubt that we would return again.More

Robin867, Plymouth, United Kingdom

Lovely week at Mogan Princess

Me and my partner stayed there for 1 week 5th-12th Jan 2015 it was a last minute surprise trip for his 30th Birthday. The Hotel was nice and staff were all very friendly. The hotel and complex was very clean and maintained regularly, the swimming pools was nice and not too busy, the restaurants clean and organised and The food was ok could do with a bit more variety. The reception always had staff and they where happy to help. I would not say it was a 4 star as rooms a bit basic and could do with a bit of a refurb also the TVs are a bit old but then again we did not go there to watch TV. And as a few other reviewers has mentioned the views are amazing and can see puerto mogan from your balcony, the lift system did confuse us for the 1st day but once you know where you are its pretty easy. I can not fault any of the staff at the hotel or even the locals we meet where friendly and welcoming. The weather was also good and It was around the 20s everyday a bit windy and chillier in the evenings so I did need a cardigan but overall nice. The hill down to the beach from the hotel was ok didn't really affect us as we just made sure that we took a slow stroll and watched our steps as their are a few holes in pavement, But if i went with certain family members I dont think they could cope with the lifts,stairs and slopes in the hotel. At the bottom of the hill you can get buses or taxis to anywhere on the island we went to Puerto de Mogan which cost around 7/8 euros each way but a the staff member suggested a cheaper option the bus from the bottom of the hill to puerto mogan for 2 adults 1 way cost 2.80 euros so a cheaper option, puerto de mogan I would say is well worth a trip its a lovely little fishing harbour with a variety of restaurants and shops and so very pretty. We did eat in a few restaurants such as Casito Mediterraneo which I have added a review the Caravaggio Restaurant both really nice, also went in a cafe near the castilo Mediterraneo restaurant called home bakery the cakes and coffees was amazing. Overall We had great food and the weather was lovely and we really did relax and enjoy it so much so we have decided to re book for May for a week with the same hotel as we know what to expect the only thing we may change is the tour company we used as had few issues but overall the holiday that was really well enjoyed and would like to thank all the staff at Mogan Princess see you in May :)More

Jadegibbons11, Surrey, United Kingdom

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