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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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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Stayed in May this year 2015
This hotel and staff not forgetting the Thomson rep Ryan were first class, rooms were big and had plenty of room for your clothes, food was good plenty of choice, the market in Mogan was great but you have to book the free coach for the Friday market, went on the blue glass bottom boat to las parmas, the call Mogan little Venice and when you go there you can see why it's so pretty. There was lots to do both day and evening, we went to see MHT show well worth the money and food excellent, we went on a full day around the islands mountain, we had lunch which was also included again a good day out and money well spent. Would go back again, Ryan the rep was so helpful and was always available for all needs, do hope he gets the credit he deserves from Thomson .More
We chose this hotel because of it's position on the beach plus every room getting a sea view. Our room was on the 11th floor with fabulous views (thank you to the management who met my request via e-mail) and yes sometimes the lift (of which there are 3) would be a little slow, but overall we found them to be efficient. (What's the rush when you are on holiday!) The staff all work like trojans and are extremely efficient at their jobs. Always polite but would have been nice to see some more smiles here and there.The food was varied and plentiful if you felt you needed to eat that much plus long trousers were required for the restaurant in the evenings - again - nice to have a bit of decorum ;-) The rooms were of a good size, always had plenty of hot water. No tea or coffee making facilities in basic room but fridges to keep drinks cold (we kept our water bottles form travelling and topped up.) The pool appeared to be very nice but we are beach lovers so never used it, also not into the entertainment so chose to chill at the piano bar instead in the evening. The beach was black sand and scorchingly hot to walk on...having been to other extremely hot countries this was a first for me to run to the sea!!! The beach never really got crowded at all and there were plenty of sunbeds available.Yes the waves could be quite powerful for the littlies but fun to wave jump for the adults. Lots to do from the beach at a cost, scuba/snorkling was very popular. 9 Euros charge for 2 sunbeds and a parasol for a day. The water park was okay but again not my scene although my hubby enjoyed it and you can get discounted entry through the travel reps (Becky and Ryan very happy/smiley and incredibly helpful indeed.) Take the time to go to Puerto Mogan using the hotels free bus service - nice for a wander around. We loved it in Taurito as although there are a few large hotels there it never seemed to get overcrowded or busy and we hope to return as it was just sooo relaxing.More
Tripz_Trawler, Leicestershire, United Kingdom
The hotel is stunning to look at and has fantastic views over the Sea. However the rooms are rather out dated and shabby, which made the overall experience rather disappointing.We had a room on floor 9, we had beautiful views but the balcony glass was white so you could not see without standing up. The beds were comfortable, Towels were provided for the room and the pool, there was a Hairdryer & basis toiletries & the rooms were clean. The lifts were very slow and with no air conditioning got very hot, smelly & uncomfortable to use. The food was very good, better than all the all inclusive places we have ever been to. However the drinks were poor -The cocktails were ready mixed, sweet and served at room temperature as was the wine. when Ice cubes where put out they they has dissolved before the drink was cold. The hotel staff were helpful & Ryan our rep was fantastic.More
Karen G, Mablethorpe, United Kingdom
This hotel is extremely clean, the rooms are very nice with sea views. We went all inclusive and the food was excellent anytime of day. I would recommend to anyone to go there. The hotel is right next to the beach, where you can also book a variety of things like Banana ride, pedal boat, etc; The san is dark but the beach is nice and clean. There is a free bus daily that takes you to Morgan where there is a shopping centre and the you walk down to the harbour its a little Venice, really beautiful. You can go on a trip on a Yellow Submarine or book a trip out on a boat. They have a manmade beach there with golden sand.More
Christine S, Luton, United Kingdom
Great break in Gran Canaria
We have just had an excellent weeks break at the Taurito Princess. The staff were very friendly and accommodating. The rooms were good and kept very clean.We were on the 11th floor and the views over the sea were fantastic. All the rooms have a sea view. There is a great selection of food available virtually all day. The entertainment was pretty good all week. Great for kids and there is a dedicated team to keep them entertained.WIFI has to be paid for and it is better to book for the week if you want it.The resort is very quite but the hotel runs a bus to Mogan every day and you can get a local bus to Puerto Rico for 1.4 euro where there are a lot more bars etc.A taxi back to Taurito costs 13euro.More
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