Hotel Taurito Princess

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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  • 2Buildings
  • 11Floors
  • 405Rooms
  • Lifts: 3 panoramic lifts

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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2 outdoor pools

These two outdoor pool both come with sun terraces aligned with sunbeds and parasols. Towels are available at a charge. One pool is heated from November to April.

Buffet restaurant

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.

Live shows

Expect professional acts seven times a week at the Salon Princess from 10.30pm.

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twin room with sea view and balcony

These twin rooms come with a sea view and balcony. The rooms are air-conditioned and include satellite TV and a sofa-bed for 2 children or 1 adult.

suite with sea view and balcony

These suites come with a sea view and balcony for some extra space outdoors. The rooms are air-conditioned and include satellite TV and an extra bed.

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Not the best

We were excited for this holiday based on many reviews being fairly positive but I have to say it is the worst all inclusive holiday I have been on. Whilst not disastrous, it doesn't live up to its 4* rating in my opinion. I feel quite strongly about this, so much so that I still at the hotel in my room writing this review. The food is very mediocre and not enjoyable but eatable. There is not much variety in the evening and so we have had to eat out most evenings. Breakfast isn't great either. The deserts are nice though. The entertainment is not great in the evenings, however there are a lot of daytime activities. We had our rooms cleaned every day and not once did they change the bed sheets or pillowcases. I find that disgusting. Although the hotel itself is clean. There are plenty of sun beds, not enough parasols but I guess that isn't the end of the world as there are plenty of seating areas in shade. There was only one usable plug socket in our room- found this a bit inconvenient. Also there was nowhere nearby to grab a late night snack if you wanted one. The beach was small but never busy. There are s lot of water sport activities. Weather was lovely. Also the lifts to higher floors are an absolute nightmare. I'd guess we spent at least half hour of every day waiting on lifts and it's a long old walk up to floor 9 otherwiseMore

AnotherHolidayer, 186394

First family holiday away.

The hotel was far above our expectation, friendly and helpful staffs; food was good although the desserts were the same each day; the drink machine sometimes didn't work and the wine was the cheep one "not good"; very child friendly have a good kids club and a nice swimming pool for toddlers however the water was very cold they should be heated like to the children's pool next to the adults' pool. The dinner dress code for men should apply for woman too ( men has to wear long trousers which was ok but women should be not allowed to wear swimming costumes) I really liked the rules of not reserving sun beds before 10 Overal we had a great family holiday and we are looking forward to go back there next year.More

claricesilv2016, 186487

two weeks holiday

Nice hotel, but not 4 star, good choice of food, something for everyone, nice rooms and balcony, but do not expect to be second class guests, you are expected to pay extra for safe in room, kettle in room, these are normally provided at any good hotel as part of the customer service, beach towels only exchanged once during a two week stay unless again you pay extra, not good. These were all included in the premium drinks package but the bars were only open early evening and shut by 11 and 12pm. Draught wine and beer were available all day, but you may require different a type of drink, all inclusive it was not. Not a Platinum Hotel.wifi was very spasmodicMore

sylviabrendastewart, 315936

Top Hotel

Just returned after a fantastic week at this hotel. We were there with another three couples and we all found this hotel to be of a good standard. We requested rooms close to each other and we were all placed on the 10th floor. Rooms, food and service was to a high standard. We cannot comment on the entertainment as we sat in the piano bar at nights. There was a relaxed atmosphere around the hotel and pool, which was exactly the type of holiday we wanted. Yes the lifts can be an issue, however, this could be helped by able bodied individuals from lower floors choosing to use the stairs!!! We are in our 50's and regularly made the climb to the 10th floor. Mogan and Puerto Rico are a short taxi ride away and well worth a visit. We are looking to return next year and thank all the staff at the Taurito Princess for making our stay extremely enjoyable.More

Gillian W,

Bit of a shame really

Hotel Taurito Princess What a shame! When we saw the negative comments on this hotel, we didn't think it could be that bad...... WiFi The biggest let down of all. €19.00 for a week and it only works in the lobby and a few areas in the garden. Very poor reception. Come on, this is 2016, get up to speed. Safe €35.00 for the week. Disgrace Towels €1.50 to change your pool towels per towel. Absolute disgrace Room Two sockets, one in the bathroom and one overloaded with the TV and light. Bedding old and outdated No extra pillows No kettle No iron, in fact nothing to make you feel anything less than an imposition. Balcony small and looks almost dangerous looking at the delapidated state of the neighbouring ones. Hotel Actually nice, definite not four star and sure the three lifts are slow but clean, however needs updating. Garden area is very well kept and offers great views of the bay and Puerto Mogan. Food Again, not for star but hot, fresh and varied, no complaints here. Staff Outstanding, they are all superb and a credit to the chain, welcoming and genuine. Playa Taurito Lovely and quiet. Not much to do except relax but there are regular busses to other areas such as the beautiful port of Mogan and reasonably priced water taxis as well. The Blue Explorer dive centre offers varied ability Scuba diving at reasonable rates. Big up to Frankie who runs it embulliently! Overall Despite the negatives I would return, not to the Princess however unless they addressed their overcharging which leaves a bitter aftertaste.More


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Hotel Taurito Princess
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