The Hotel Taurito Princess is tucked away in a quiet little bay, steps away from a sandy beach. The building has been cleverly designed so all rooms get sea lookouts from their balconies. And it's undergoing a glossy refurbishment in 2013, too, so expect lots of modern touches – especially in the new Family Junior Suites. You can get an eyeful of the shore from the pools – 2 decent-sized, lagoon-style numbers, separated by a thatched-roof bar. Another 3 bars complete the drinks scene, with 2 of them open 'til late. Food, meanwhile, is ticked off by a buffet restaurant. It has self-service soft drinks and lays on international theme nights like Chinese and Italian.
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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.
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All are included except where indicated.
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For breakfast and dinner, with themed evenings. There's a dress code here, and men are asked to wear trousers to dinner.
With sunbeds and parasols.
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twin room with sea view
Twin room sleeps up to 4 with 2 beds and an extra bed in the lounge. Fridge available at a charge.
family junior suite with sea view
Family junior suite with sea view sleeps up to 4 and comes 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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Good Hotel well priced
My wife and I spent a relaxing week 27th March to 3rd April at the Taurito Princess although the weather was not good for this area at this time of year. People we met said that they had been coming to the island for 23 years and it was the worst they had experienced, but compared with home it wasn't too bad. The staff are very cheerful and obliging and the food was good quality and varied, always things we enjoyed at every meal. Value for money on all inclusive it was extremely good value but you do have to pay for "Branded" drinks but I found the local gin and brandy quite acceptable and my wife liked the sparkling wine which was on tap. The room was perfectly adequate with a good sea view. The entertainment was just about O.K. we did have 3 nights of magicians/illusionists, which was two too many. The last Princess hotel we stayed at The Guaramina Princess in Tenerife, had much better entertainment, two shows a night instead of one, both different and more entertaining, but it was more expensive to stay there and not all inclusive so I guess we could not grumble too much. A storm washed away much of the sand on the beach nearest to the sea leaving rocks underneath, probably a man made beach and a good few tons of sand will be needed to put it right. There is a Water Park close to the hotel good for families, but with our weather it did not get many customers. We went on one excursion by a fleet of Mini buses to the mountains to places coaches could never visit and the weather on that day was good and the views spectacular, cost about £50 each including lunch, very enjoyable. Took the hotel shuttle bus to Porto Mogon only a few miles away very attractive place. Despite weather it was a good rest and we enjoyed our stay.More
Hypnodymo, Maidstone, United Kingdom
Me and my fiancé have just retbut thatsed from a lovely week here! Don't listen to anyone complaining about the slow lifts, they may be slightly slower than we are used to, but being in a glass lift with those fabulous views is well worth it. This hotel has the most amazing sea views (we were on the 8th floor). The food was amazing, there were two restaurants for your evening meal, so the choices are amazing. We definitely put on weight!! Lunch & snacks throughout the day were really nice & there was always a good selection.Self service drinks made getting a drink really easy too! The resort was quite quiet, but that's exactly what we wanted, a lovely relaxing break! There were a few shops & a supermarket, a gorgeous beach & a waterpark. We went to the resorts either side of Taurito, Porto Mogan, a lovely harbour town & Peurto Rico for a night out, good for abit more atmosphere & cheap drinks! However the hotel entertainment was perfect for us, no one pestering you to play bingo etc..there was a excellent pianist playing in one bar & another bar with kids disco & karaoke etc..although we did not go here. There was always plenty of sunbeds around a decent sized pool. The hotel staff were polite & helpful, and the hotel itself is clean & spacious. We had a wonderful holiday here and would definitely return & recommend it! Ignore all the negative reviews, some people are just grumpy & looking for something to complain about! !More
lucylu14, Bristol, United Kingdom
A great choice!
My husband and I have just returned from a super 1 week holiday at the Taurito Princess. We were very happy with our room it was a good size and very clean and comfortable. We thought the food was good with lots of choice. The hotel grounds were kept very well. There are lots of sun beds but if you want one by the pool you have to be early! The staff were friendly and helpful and we would definitely stay here again. There are a lot of negative reviews about the lifts but we feel that if able bodied people were not using them to go up or down one or two floors this would alleviate some if the wait time. My tip is if you want a good coffee get it from the piano bar.More
Lochaweski, Dalmally, United Kingdom
Good hotel, Front desk assistants are not friendly at all.
Currently staying in the Taurito Princess.Everything the food the facilities and the entertainment are good, the only problem I had was with the front desk assistants. (They are very rude) I came with a 2 year old baby and the assistants in the lobby did not allow me to enter to the main door to drop her mom and the stroller, so I had to walk like half a mile | 800 meters with the baby crying because she was tired + all our belongings. As soon as I approach the front door, I spot that they allow taxi drivers approach to the main door and pick up and drop customers off. They should really do something with the lobby assistants, its a shame they can do whatever they want and treat customers that way. Thanks JavierMore
My wife and I stayed at this hotel for 2 weeks ending 7th April. We were most impressed and could have stayed another fortnight with pleasure. Everything was superb although the lifts tried our patience at times! We greatly appreciated the seats in the garden area. The food was excellent. The location was greatly appreciated and we enjoyed the relative tranquility of the area.More
MrSCarlisleUK, Carlisle UK
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