Hotel Taurito Princess


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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  • 2Buildings
  • 11Floors
  • 405Rooms
  • 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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Buffet restaurant

For breakfast and dinner, with themed evenings. There's a dress code here, and men are asked to wear trousers to dinner.

Children's pool

With sunbeds and parasols.

3 pools

You’ll have 2 pools to choose from here, with 1 heated from November to April, so you’ll be able to swim all year round. There’s also 1 just for the kids to splash about in.

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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, 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

Javier_Castegnaro, SEATTLE

Superb holiday

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

Shame to people that rent a car! Spare parking spice and they wont let you park!

We rented two rooms and spend over 3000€. I'm writing in my room as I encounter what I see as really dumb service! My room 1040 has great views and we the 4 adults are having good time as we rented a car to not only enjoy this great hotel but all of the Island. During the first few days we were able to park our car in front of the hotel as there is spare space but only 30 min ago we encountered what I had never imagined. We where at the gate waiting for the gate to be open. I am aware we rung the bell 5 times before a person came out the communicator telling us that we could not park anymore in front of the hotel in the rudest voice and tone possible. The worst part is that there is open space for many more cars. I am aware that there is hotel normative sand they cannot let all of the guests park in front of the hotel as if everyone had a car there would not be space for everyone but I believe that when you spend over €3000 you are not ready to be treated with rudeness or in bad tone. I have a 2 year old daughter and it was ver convenient to park in front. Won't do it again but I would recommend anyone wanting to visit the Canary Island and have the expierence of renting a car and having a fun moment around the Island not to book this hotel. I usually dont expect good food, good bedrooms or good Service but I definitely expect a little respect to the guests! I'm from Costa Rica and understand why people go to Costa Rica as they are treated very well no matter the money spent! Shame!More


Fantastic all round family holiday

Please ignore all the negative reviews on here as this hotel is lovely! The staff are all really nice and helpful and although there was a mix up with our rooms after we checked in this was soon sorted out. The food is of a very high standard with something for everyone, you really can eat as much as you like between 8am and 10pm! The all inclusive drinks were very good, you could either help yourself at the self service bar to beer, cava, red wine, rose wine, sangria, various soft drinks and hot beverages or get served all of the above and local spirits at the bar. Just be careful as the spirits are triple measures as I found out on our first night! (An alcohol free day for me the following day). During our week, 3 nights had excellent entertainment - in particular the Dream girls (from London) were amazing. The other nights were not so good but we didn't mind as we brought our cards to play and if you don't like the entertainment there is always the piano bar for a more chilled evening or the sports bar for football! The girls who ran the entertainment were all lovely and very friendly. The one thing that was missing was an adults disco. Most nights there was karaoke at 10.30 but a disco as an alternative would have been nice. This is one of the cleanest hotels I have stayed in abroad - there were cleaners in all the public areas most of the day and the rooms get serviced daily. Taurito itself is very quiet (which we liked) but may not suit everyone. There is a free daily bus to the next town Morgan or there is a local bus every 20 minutes for only 1 euro 40. This is a very pretty port and worth a look. The market is great on a Friday. We went a couple of times and found cafes with free wifi so we could check our work emails as we thought the hotel wifi was a bit pricey. Our children had their own room (13 and 17) and we felt like we had the best of both worlds as we had a family holiday but had time as a couple too! As other people have said the lifts are slow but make up for it with the amazing views. As we were on the 10th floor we usually opted to wait for them unless it was a downward trip. We asked to see the upgraded rooms as we had paid for 1 upgrade and we got in effect 2 rooms as the second adjoining room had 2 sofa beds. It was nice to have the 2 bathrooms and the bigger balcony with sunbeds but in retrospect the rooms are big enough and there was not enough benefit to having our upgrade. I think the next upgrade included slippers and a gown and premium drinks, a free safe (we paid 15 euros) and tea and coffee making facilities as well as the special dinner on a Tuesday (you can pay an additional 15 euros to book this). We asked to see a premium room in case we wanted to book it next time and the reception staff were very obliging and gave us a room card to check it out. Although they are very modern with nice fittings, flat screen TV etc we thought the regular rooms were of a good standard and size with exactly the same bathrooms so not sure if we would bother paying the extra. Overall this is a really nice hotel and we all enjoyed our holiday there and will definitely visit again in the future.More

caroline618, Ringwood, United Kingdom

It has limitations and some attributes

We have decided to review this hotel in a catagory form showing its limitations and attributes ROOMS; What you would expect a reasonable size, comfortable beds but you have to pay for safe and fridge. Bathroom was nice but shower screen seal leaked and water went on the floor. CLEANING Very good. undertaken daily to a high standard. new towels providing you left the old ones on the floor. if left hanging up no new towels. BARS; The poolside bar was very good as was the one in the piano bar. the bar in the cabaret room was just OK. Need for an additional bar in the evenings. SWIMMING POOL ; Two pool which were pleasant. one was heating. Plenty of sun Beds Grounds . a small green garden area which was lovely FOOD; Breakfast was fine although the bacon was swimming in grease. Lunch often very busy. No cheese or meats so you could make yourself a sandwich or salad. Evening meal ; Not up to scratch. temperature of meals was often barely warm. ENTERTAINMENT. Animation team very active and ggod during the day. Pianist in piano bar had limitations .Same very evening. Cabaret. Proffessional acts were poor quality and viewing was poor due to the constructions of the room which had numerous pillars. GYM. Very Good SERVICE .staff were friendly and efficient. LIFTS Dodgy. often broke down therefore a lower floor may be preferable ADULTS/Families better for families lots of very young children and no areaing the day or in the evenings for Adult only. COURTESY BUS. terrible. ran once a day ent early if full. a need for an additional courtesy bus into Puerto Mogan RESORT Nice bay with beach and waterpark but very little else. Nowhere to walk Whilst it had some very good attributes because of the location and food we probably would not stay here again. We also prefer somewhere with less young children. A mixture of nationalities stay hereMore

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