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.
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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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Mogan Princess & Beach Club
We have just got back from Holiday we sent a week at this Hotel. On arrival we was met with a smile and a very nice welcome from Reception. the keys to the rooms are of the card type, this also activates the safe which is large compared to some. The rooms are quite large with a large bathroom with bath, separate shower and toilet, also included is a hair dryer. The standard of the room are kept very clean the balcony overlooks the bay and water park. The rooms are in 4 blocks so it will mean using the lifts with only a small walk to the next one etc. the passages outside the rooms are washed each day and are kept to a high standard there is ramps and stairs but if you are taking a wheel chair e-mail the hotel and ask for a lower floor. The food is plenty and a wide choice all the stall are welcoming and friendly. we can recommend this Hotel. MEDICAL If you are a Diabetic the Hotel will provide a Fridge for free for your medications.More
Kevin J, 580414
It was all going so well............
Princess Mogan Playa Taurito 5th - 15th Sep 2016 We are just back from a 10 day stay at this hotel â there are good and bad points which I am going to list â starting with the good There are fabulous views from all rooms but ours was in block 5, top row and we had a fantastic view. The sun rose over the back of the hotel so by 11am our balcony was sunny and stayed that way until 7-8 pm. The hotel is immaculate, I did not see a spec of dirt anywhere, we barely saw a fly let alone any other creepy crawlies we tend to see abroad! The rooms were cleaned every day, and the maids worked really hard. The air conditioning is very very good. Our room had a massive king-sized bed and a working fridge which we didnât pay extra for. Now I know that you canât please everyone in life but unfortunately there are a few problems at this hotel If you are travelling with any elderly or infirm, disabled or young children it may be worth contacting the hotel in advance and asking for a room near to the amenities â the accommodation is split in 5 blocks which stagger up the cliff side â because we were in the highest block, top row, we had to use 3 lifts to get to our room, lots of stairs and a ramp. Reception and everything else was a good 5-10 minutes away from our room â then the dining room is down another 4 flights of stairs â it was exhausting but also had a big impact on something else that happened during our stayâ¦â¦ Unfortunately 4 days into our stay Mr and Mrs Domestic violence came to stay in the next but one room to us â the room directly next door was empty the whole time we were there. So the fighting started on the first night until 4.15 am â I let this one go because it was their first night, they were young and were let loose on their first night of all inclusive, unfortunately for us, the people below and the other side of them it continued for the rest of the week, it started to spill over into the day, the woman was constantly crying begging to be left alone, there was screaming shouting, smashing, banging and it all got a bit much for me with it being my honeymoon. When Iâd been kept awake the following night and had rang down to reception for some help and no one had come to help us, I went to ask to be moved, I didnât want to be the one to be move but for my own mental health well-being I was prepared to pack up all our stuff and be moved for the remainder of our stay â however I was told the hotel was full and there was nowhere else for us to go, the only time someone was rude to me for the whole ten days was this day from the young man on reception. I was told they would speak to this couple but nothing changed and we had no choice but to put up and shut up. I was told by my travel company not to approach the couple so we didnât. I had roughly 4 hours sleep for the last 7 days of our holiday. Had we been closer to reception we could have possibly gone there each time it happened instead of having to call downstairs 4 times a night. It is generally quite a rowdy place with lots of large parties of males or mixed groups which for reasons unbeknown to me thought they needed to get 6 drinks each every trip to the bar â little tip â itâs all inclusive â they wonât run out of vodka! If you are already booked â take a good pair of ear plugs because my foam ones did nothing to block out the noise. And when you get there grab a bottle of water from the machine or shop because even after a 12 hour journey there is nothing available in the rooms refreshment wise â there are no hot drink making facilities either but apparently you can hire a kettle for your room â if you like a hot drink in your room ditch a pair of shoes for a travel kettle! Youâre not supposed to take alcohol to your room but everyone does so crack on I reckon. There was a big old fashioned telly in our room but we never put it on to check if it worked. On to the food which was a bit hit and miss â things to look out for â the mini sweet pancakes at breakfast, the ring doughnuts at breakfast â battered squid at dinner â pasta dishes and plain cooked meat (chicken, turkey, lamb chops, cooked on the cooking station at dinner) â most of the salad is also good. â Things to be wary of â meats and fish in dishes of sauce â particularly veal and rabbit â not good! The pannacotta you could bounce off the walls but generally desserts were the best part of the meal. LITTLE TIP for breakfast â if you like a mug of coffee in the morning rather than a small cup you can fit two white coffeeâs from the machine into a plastic beaker that are available with the cups. You can do this in the bar too â or one white coffee then a serving of milk for a Latte. Things like wine, lager, hot drinks and soft drinks you can help yourself to in the bar or you can wait to be served with other drinks in the all-inclusive like spirits a choice of three cocktails or liqueurs. This leads me nicely onto the âentertainmentâ â itâs a bit crap â sometimes things are advertised and simply donât materialise and youâre left sitting waiting for nothing basically, when there is entertainment it finishes just after 10 pm (mad rush for the lifts at this point) and thatâs it, the bar is open until 1am but all inc stops at midnight. There is an on-site shop which is only open 9-3 and thereâs a small shop just 5 mins away. I understand there is Wi-Fi in reception but I had sorted out a bundle with my provider before I went, this might be a cheaper option. Some reviews have said there are always plenty of sun beds by the pool â this is true â however itâs because they have crammed so many in you literally stretch and touch the person next to you (see photos)and we never managed to get a sun bed by the adult pool as they had all gone by 9am and as Iâm on honeymoon and had been kept awake until 4am most mornings I chose a little lie in â we spent most of our days at the beach which I loved â 9 Euroâs for two beds and a brolly but the sea was fabulous â we visited a couple of nearby beaches (Mogan and Puerto Rico) but the Taurito beach was the best, the waves are brill for inflatables! The beach club which is part of the hotel provided drinks and snacks as part of the all inc but they werenât brill and we ended up buying a bottle of water â glasses of water are available but I like to re-seal the lid on a bottle. Itâs handy to be able to use their loo though. There is a coach from the hotel down to the beach which if you walk it down is roughly 20 mins. We walked it down but never fancied walking back up the whopping hill so always got the coach back. Theyâre every hour or so starting at 09.15 am â the last one back up to the hotel if 17.50. Thereâs also a bus to Mogan but we had a taxi twice there, Mogan is very quaint and has good shops, something the Taurito is missing. We also visited Puerto Rico which if you like Blackpool is probably the place for you â they have duty free shops there and tobacco and alcohol is very cheap. We spent one day at the Lago waterpark which is 15 Euro, 3 Euro for brolly hire and 2 Euro for the mat that goes on the sun bed. This was a great place to visit, especially if you have kids as the slides etc. are really good. Got to say the weather was absolutely scorching!! Dare I say it but it was slightly too hot!? Overall we tried not to let the negatives ruin our holiday and made the best of the situation but I would not return, Gran Canaria itself is lovely so I would probably look at another resort and maybe somewhere smaller and quieter.More
What a lovely 10 days we had here! The hotel is situated in the bay of Taurito, built into the cliff at the top of the hill which actually makes for pretty spectacular views, and if your room is on one of the higher floors (which ours was) you can't help but be in awe of that! You get a little map to help you find your room but that is much less stressful than you might think and we found the room pretty easily! It was beautifully clean and, as I said, had the most spectacular views of Taurito and across to Puerto Mogan. The only small gripe I would have about the room is that the bed is not a double, it is two singles... however my hubby and I agreed it may have been difficult logistically to get double beds up to the higher rooms so that was fine! The food was absolutely lovely as were the staff, so helpful and always friendly! There were plenty of places to relax; by the main pool, up at the adults only pool (awesome views from here btw but get up there early, it's defo the place to be!) or even on, what I will call, the terrace - there were sunbeds here as well as a lovely covered area to sit and enjoy your drinks or snacks. There was a free bus to and from the beach in Taurito pretty much all day, and the first trip (09:15 during the week) continued through to Puerto Mogan which is a lovely place with a fab beach, shops and restaurants. The marina here is stunning and you can sit at any one of the fab little cafÃ©s/ restaurants and look out at the Atlantic Ocean complete with rather nice yachts! The evening entertainment at the hotel was OK and everyone got involved; it's not really my cup of tea but everyone seemed to enjoy the acts! There was one member of the animation team, I didn't get to know her name unfortunately, who ran several evening's entertainment after the main show; she was just awesome! You'll know her when you see her, she was ace!!! There were quite a few British and Spanish children here when we arrived towards the end of September who were all having a FAB time, but if you prefer a bit of a quieter holiday think about booking a little later in September - you're pretty much guaranteed the sunshine whenever you go! And do go, it's a lovely place! xxMore
Sarah B, 186394
I've been there for a week at the end of August. The place is just fantastic: we had a room on the top floor and the view was breathtaking. The restaurant was never too crowded and the food was excellent; rooms are cleaned every day and they're simple but nice. The bus that took us to the beach (in 5 minutes) has always been on time and the beach is big, clean, there are a few shops and there's a nice restaurant for the hotel's guests. Also the ones working at the reception were kind and helpful. I would recommend this amazing hotel for everyone who's looking for a relaxing and unforgettable holiday. I will come back!More
Francesca G, 187855
THE BEST ALL INCLUSIVE HOTEL I HAVE STAYED IN!
We (Family of 4 - two children 5 & 8) stayed here the first week of September 2016. Let me say firstly. For an honest review please read on! To keep it simple the room/s were fantastic as had an interconnecting room in block 2 so not too much walking. If you have issues with walking do not stay here or request blocks 1 or 2! The rooms were kept very clean & had the best sunset views you could ask for. The food was fantastic and despite other reviews there was something different to chose from every day. Deserts however pretty much stayed the same every day. Staff were very friendly. With regards to the sunbeds. Bearing in mind we were staying in the school holidays you could still get beds by the pool by 10 even 11am on most days. Very surprising.Perhaps I had a lucky week! The evening entertainment is average but isn't every all in complex?! My one tip would be if you want the free bus to the beach then make sure you get to the front of the queue for the 10:30 bus. Personally I would give Taurito beach a miss and pay 7 euros for a taxi and go to Mogan beach. Far better with proper sand and the sea is not so fierce. Obviously lunch isn't free though! All in all I would definitely go to this hotel again.More
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