Sea views from the rooms and the pools make this hotel a laid-back retreat.
All rooms at this beachfront hotel get a sea view, and the place is just steps away from the black sand. A free shuttle bus gets you to Puerto Mogan in 5 minutes, or there are cabs outside which will take you to Puerto Rico, about 10 minutes away.
After a 2013 refurb, the hotel now has 2 dining areas, including a modern space with al fresco seating. There’s also a funky piano bar and a sports bar. All this, plus a couple of good-sized pools as well.
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- Lifts: 3 panoramic lifts
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet breakfast and dinner in main restaurant. Lunch, snacks, afternoon tea, coffee and cake in La Choza. Nightly themed evenings.
Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including beer, wine and spirits.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Make your way to the buffet restaurant for breakfast and dinner. There are themed evenings where there'll be dishes from different countries on offer. There's a dress code here, and men are asked to wear full-length trousers to dinner.
The children get their own separate pool with sunbeds and parasols for the adults to supervise the little ones.
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twin room with sea view
These twin rooms come with colourful soft furnishings and complementary décor. They can sleep up to four with two beds and an extra bed in the lounge. A fridge is available at a charge.
family junior suite with sea view
These family junior suites with a sea view and contemporary décor and furnishings can sleep up to four. They come with a Premium All Inclusive package which includes branded drinks, aperitif and bottle of wine and water in room on arrival, free safe in bedroom and tea and coffee facilities.
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April 2015 arrived and we needed a complete weeks rest in a warm climate with excellent service, where else but the Taurito Princess in Gran Canaria, this was our third visit in about 4 years, this time without the children. We opted for the VIP Package with named drinks (Smirnoff, Jack Daniels etc) and a Junior Suite and VIP Gourmet Meal on one evening. The room was clean and spacious as we have come to expect at the Princess and the service was also excellent, we arrived late at night and the next morning discovered the door to the balcony would not lock, within 1 hour a maintenance guy arrived and replaced with a new lock. As we looked around to see the renovations, we discovered a delightful canopied area at the end of the hotel overlooking the ocean where the special evening menu meals were served these were of a very high standard, the chef's were allowed to serve up their special dishes. The late afternoon views across to Puerto Mogan were especially beautiful in the setting of the sun. The changes to the lunchtime restaurant on the pool level of the hotel were of a high standard as well as the changes to the function and family rooms on the ground floor. Everywhere just seemed even better than previous visits, well done to the staff. Rest assured we will return soonMore
Paul T, Hartlepool, United Kingdom
Great hotel and location
Stayed here for 10 days in late April 2015. The hotel is very nice and our room was tidy and clean but felt a bit tired. The food was very good especially breakfast and lunch time. For all inclusive, it's quite impressive how high the standard was with food available all day and a high standard kept. The pool was quite quiet most of the 10 days but we seemed to have some local holiday on our last woken there and the place seemed to change overnight. Very noisy locals took over the pool area and put a bit of a dampener on our last few days. We didn't seem to have any problem finding somewhere to lay by the pool for almost a week and then the locals ambushed us. We witnessed people having towels thrown from sunbeds as the locals took over. The location is beautiful and the resort is very small. Just what we wanted. I would stay at this hotel again as it was very good and the weather was fantastic. Just check for local holidays before you book as the whole place changed when the locals arrived. There have bon previous comments regarding the lifts but we never had much of a problem with this. Maybe we were lucky. Mogan is also well worth a visit. It's beautiful and a taxi journey only costs 7 euro. More
This place a little worn but clean all rooms seem to have a,sea view of some kind I loved the views out to sea from our own thunderbird island top floor shame a little boat could not take you to cordial Morgan from hotel Didn't like the bottle tanks for filling up water but the food great resteraunt manager couldn't do enough for you Buses ideal for getting around and boat rides just a short hop away by bus into the town Beach good for day but nightlife a bit boring even for us oldies A very relaxing holiday few shops near if you don't like getting out and aboutMore
beentheredoneit2012, London, United Kingdom
NO COMPLAINT HERE!
Stayed here June 15th-22nd. This is a small cove, with water park nearby, and plenty of watersports on the beach. Sea view in all rooms, three lifts, which we never had to wait more than a minute or two to use. The all inclusive deal is best, with no crowding at the bars for drinks. Food was excellent, themed every night, with a chance of using the Chozo restaurant for Italian or Asian cuisine once during your stay. Rooms were clean and maid served daily. Staff pleasant, with a nice introduction at the reception on arrival. Rules stating long trousers at dinner for men strictly adhered to. Sunbeds always free, with no pre saving with towels allowed before 10am, there is a check made, with towels being removed and taken to reception for collection from the idiots who keep doing this! Puerto Mogan is only minutes away, with a free hotel bus 9.25 every morning, but should you miss it, the local bus is on 1,40 euros. If you catch the glass bottom boat to Mogan, buy a one way ticket, the bus back is only 1.40 euros, which is cheaper than a return boat trip and bus. All in all a good hotel and holiday for the money. More
TEABAG180, Plymouth, United Kingdom
costly Wi-Fi and not being allowed in sister hotel Princess Suit
had a fantastic 2weeks [ just got back23 June] in the Princess, can't fault it in any way other than the WI FI 39 euro bit much when you consider cafe and bars in Morgan and Porto Rico give it free. Also friends of our were playing in a band in the Taurito Suit and we wanted to go over and see them,we asked at the desk if they could phone up and ask for permission for us to do so and we were told definite no although they were the same company the managers had different ideas and permission was not given.Apart from that we would highly recommend both hotels [stayed in the Suit last year ]More
eddie1902015, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
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