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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Full board buffet meals.
Select local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
All are included except where indicated.
The pools are freshwater and 1 is heated in winter. They're surrounded by large sun terraces with plenty of sunbeds and sea views.
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.
Open throughout the day for drinks and snacks by the pool.
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.
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.
Regardless of the bad reviews which nearly put me off, the hotel was great. All inclusive one of the best I've had. Was abit of a climb to the room, but the hotel is on the side of a cliff so if you have trouble walking etc maybe not for you, however food wise etc spot on, don't let the reviews put you off..... 1 bad point is the wifi.More
Wonderful happy helpful staff. Immaculately clean, both hotel and the resort of Taurito. Spectacular views and sunset. Stayed in block 2 which was perfect. The shower was powerful, great air con and comfy bed. The room was furnished nicely. The food was totally amazing. All inclusive drinks were exceptional quality, soft drinks branded, a good selection of hot drinks of premium quality. Vending machines a bonus and a welcome addition to the hotel. Entertainment is not really our thing, but a lot on offer during the evenings. The daytime animation seem to work with the crowd, they seem to do a little or lot dependent on people's desire to take part. Our 11 year old daughter enjoyed the kids activities. Lots of stairs and a 15 min walk to beach. We welcomed the exercise, as the food was so good! Paid wifi is a good thing. Spent more time enjoying our surroundings!More
Nicola R, 186218
Stayed here for a week early June 2016. Having read a few really bad reviews I was very pleased with what I experienced. This is an excellent hotel for the price we paid - just over Â£500 each. Hotel transfer with Thomson was good though a little long being one of the last to be dropped off. Arrived at hotel 9 pm and told to leave our cases at reception as we had time to have the evening meal. We had a beer and nice meal which was a great way to end a long days travelling. The room we had was in Block 2 making it not too far from any of the amenities. Didn't always bother with lift as it was quicker for us to take the stairs. Room was really good with comfortable twin beds joined together and the bathroom had a separate shower as well as the bath. Never had this in any hotel before. Naturally view was amazing as has been said before about this hotel. Breakfast is the usual mix of cold and hot food. All good. Lunch time meals quite similar to evening with maybe less choice. Did find some days to be spoiled for choice and then others not so good. Sweets are excellent with cheesecake, tarts and cakes. Drinks on tap are beer, wine and soft drinks which are all of a fair quality. Pools around the hotel are the adult one and the main larger pool. Never used the adult one, but the main pool was really nice. It's slightly heated, very large and slopes gently which great for my Wife who is a non swimmer. Drinks easily available at the pool bar and didn't wait long at any time. Pool beds we found fairly easily available given the fact that some are hogged by guests towels even though they don't use them until later on. Found less beds at the end of our week when hotel filled up with more guests. Wi-fi in hotel is just too expensive at Â£5 a day so I only used 3g. Surely this should be free as in other hotels i.e. Taurito Princess. Entertainment in the evening was ok and just something to watch whilst having a drink.The football was on the big screen in the corner as it was Euro 2016. Entertained ourselves after about 10.30 as they just have music playing then. Drinks menu for AI was excellent and had everything we could want. Tried a couple of the cocktails but found them very sweet. More of a shorts person myself. Speaking of shorts that is what you can wear every night in the restaurant though there is a long trousers for Men policy. Didn't do any trips through the hotel or agent as we have been to Gran Canaria a couple of times before. Walk down to the Taurito centre is about 15 mins. There is a free hotel bus during the day as well.Used the beach club bar which is great to have snacks and drinks as part of the AI programme, while soaking up the sun and having a dip . Taxi to Mogan is only 7 euro from Taurito so didn't bother with the bus. Did this a couple of times as we love Puerto Mogan especially the man made beach. All being said my Wife and I really enjoyed the hotel and having been to the Taurito Princess a couple of times found it compared well and worth the money. A definite 4 star hotel.More
So we arrived after a long (sweaty transfer from the airport) and were politely greated by the reception staff and given a map to find our room... This hotel is really badly laid out. I had sprained my foot badly the week before our holiday and Block 6 at the top of the hotel. This involved 3 lifts from the reception area with walking and ramps in between. A further lift to the bar and restaurant,... and a further lift to the pool. ''that's convenent, I hear you say"... well it is when the lifts are working! During our weeks stay we saw broken lifts on 4 different occasions. I feel that this hotel would be inappropriate for people in wheelchairs because of these sporadic lifts, but also where ramps are in place it would be a real challenge to wheel up them because some of them were extreemly steep. Also the food was inconsistent and very uninspiring, one lunch time I cut into raw chicken meatballs that were bright pink (raw) and cold!!! and the drinks included in the all inclusive lacked any imagination and were so sugary I couldn't drink them. The hotel was tired and in need of some painting, and cleaning, room service staff need to learn what 'do not disturb' signs mean beauce we were woken everyone morning by loud knocking disturbing our holiuday lie in. I was generally really disapointed that this hotel didn't remotely provide what I'd hoped for, and have been on much cheaper holidays in the past which have far surpassed this experience. I will not be returning to this hotel. On a positive note, the hotel staff were incredible attentive and polite. With staff willing to go the extra mile this really could be an amazing hotel. The location is great for a lazy holiday, the weather was great and there is a free bus to the beach but don't vsit expecting there to be alot to do. The local port costs around 18euro(return) to visit by taxi or can be accessed by local bus. There you will find a beoutiful marina and great restaurants and shops.More
My partner and I have just come back today from a week long holiday at the Morgan princess & beach club and I can honestly say we both had a lovely relaxing time. I know there are a few complaints on here saying it's awful ( which made me very nervous before going) but it is a really nice hotel. So firstly I will get the couple of niggles out of the way : the food could be warmer, the bus down to the beach could run more and also they could do with giving the outside of the hotel a lick of paint. Before you do choose to book this hotel it's extremely important that you know it's in the side of a cliff so there are a lot of stairs/ lifts. If you struggle with walking this is not the hotel for you, but intern you get the most beautiful views across the sea and to port Morgan. We found the staff to be very polite and very good at their jobs. Our room was in block 3 in the middle and it was extremely clean ! The food was good quality and there where different dishes on offer every night. Local fish, chicken, read meats, salad, pasta etc. we had the all inclusive drinks which where really good seen as they are local brands. The restaurant, bar and reception are all in a separate block from the rooms which I thought was great because if you wanted to go and watch the evening entertainment you could but also if you wanted to sit on your balcony and relax you didn't have to hear the booming music ( like in other hotels in the resort). There are 3 different pools at the hotel, a children's pool ( small and shallow) the main pool which is a good size and the adults pool ( we spent most of our time here- the views are breath taking) the pool was a little bit cold but it was 26 degrees so it was lovely to get in and cool off plus once you where in it was fine. I would definitely go back and stay at this lovely hotel ! More
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