Hotel Paradise Lago Taurito  

With a beachfront location and its own waterpark, this hotel puts everything at your fingertips. There's a separate pool on hand, too, and another one for children. And as well as a buffet restaurant, an à la carte sits right by the beach.

Pulled right up against Playa Taurito Beach, the Hotel Paradise has clinched one of the best spots in town. Not only does it put you footsteps from the sand, it offers up sweeping views over the Atlantic Sea. Plus, if you want to get out and explore, the centre of Puerto Rico is less than ten minutes in a taxi.

At the hotel, the main talking point is the pool scene. There’s a turquoise number flanked by palm trees, but it’s the waterpark that deserves special mention. It’s got the full spectrum of slides, from a kamikaze to a sidewinder. What’s more, little ones can splash around in their own pool, which comes complete with a pirate ship.

At mealtimes, choose from international dishes in the buffet restaurant or sample the a la carte menu down on the beach. And for after-dinner entertainment, you can look forward to lively shows and music in the bar.

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Local alcoholic drinks, draught beer, house wine, selected cocktails and soft drinks - until 23.00.  Snacks from the pool bar 10.00-13.00 and 15.00-17.00 and drinks 10.00-18.00.

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Outdoor pool

With sunbeds, parasols and towels available for a deposit.

Evening entertainment

Starting with the mini-disco for the kids, then certificates for the winners of the day time entertainment. Then comes the main show, with acts ranging from parrot and bird shows to musicals like Grease, Mamma Mia and We Will Rock You.

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twin room with limited sea view

Twin room with limited sea view sleeps up to 4, with twin beds and an extra adult bed or 2 child beds and a shower or bath. Maid service is 6 times a week, with towel change on request and linen change twice weekly. Double beds are available on request.

family room

Family room sleeps up to 5, with twin beds and a sofa-bed in the sitting area of the room. Shower or bath. Maid service is 6 times a week, with towel change on request and linen change twice weekly.

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Nice hotel, noisey small pool and no glasses after 6pm, no tea and coffee.

Nice hotel but pool small we went in Nov 2014 as 6 adults we had 3 nice good sized rooms, rooms 28, 30& 31. Never been to a hotel before that does not have tea or coffee at meal times and does not have glasses for drinks around pool or in bar after 6pm. Drinking out of plastic cups is like being at a children's party (not nice). Snacks are non existent as pool bar only serves hot dogs (cold) and burgers (not our type of food). We have also stayed in the Hotel Suite Princess which was amazing and due to go back to Hotel Princess in March would not return to Playa Lago. Only benefit was free entry into watermark which is much nicer then looks in pics, very tranquil. I am not interested in water slides etc but it's lovely spending the day there.More

Jtb112,

Average hotel, but lots to do

This would be a fun place for a family, so let me start with that. For a couple, probably not the best place. Nice location in Mogan and lots of things to do. The buffet breakfast, lunch and dinners were pretty good. This hotel is definitely a family destination, as you'll see with the tons of kids running around being noisy. The room, though nice, could be updated. Given the close proximity to where all of the events take place, the music, waterpark, etc., it's loud until 10PM-11PM and it was hard to sleep. Wi-Fi you must pay for and it only works in the lobby, if I remember correctly. There are computers you can use, but you must pay for those, too. I found the service to be so-so. We had the all inclusive, which is really the way to go given the distance to any nearest towns or restaurants. Don't expect a whole lot when it comes to alcoholic drinks.More

Stefan G, Cambridge, United Kingdom

Hotel uncontactable!

We are booked to stay at this hotel in February 2015. We have tried to contact the hotel by email several times to find out if our five year old son (who is unable to eat dairy products or soya) can be catered for on the all inclusive deal. We have not had any kind of reply to this and are getting increasingly worried about whether or not there will be suitable food for him. I notice that the hotel management has responded to people's reviews on here, so perhaps they would be good enough to respond to me to advise on the situation?More

Jude L, Stroud, United Kingdom

Unfortunately disappointed :(

On arrival the place looked lovely! Very clean!! We were in a family room which was very spacious, very good sized kitchen with a fridge, cooker and microwave but...no utensils, kettle, cups nothing.! Also I must point out the room is very dangerous for little ones my children are 2 and 6 months, my 2 year old banged his head on the large marble breakfast table 3x during our stay also the coffee table and side tables all had glass tops not good with a handy 2 yr old and also the patio door never locked properly which on one occasion my son got out with out us knowing also front door was just a lock you could turn which was a bit worrying - overall not child friendly apartments They have really good entertainment and plenty of good swimming pools and water slides not much in the way for younger children though they had a kids club but it was for 4+ The food the day we got there seemed pretty good but they soon was a disappointment it was always rice and pasta dishes nothing much else, ALSO I MUST POINT OUT- We went as quite a large group one of them members being limited to choice as he has a gluten intolerance mainly lived of rice and chips all week but one night he had grilled chicken they were being made in front of you ! Once he got back to the table realised it was still raw in the middle when he went up to the chef and pointed out it was still raw!! The chef then picked the chicken off his plate which was laying on a bed of rice and put it back on the grill in front of other guests!! And said nothing so basically someone else ate his price of chicken that had previously been on his plate uncooked !!! Outrageous ! Also half way through the week more guests arrived which meant you had to wait for a table by then a lot of the food was gone or cold! We also was once told at breakfast "breakfast finished 10.30am you have one minute to finish" shocked!! The snack bar was a bit worrying as they only did burgers hotdogs and cheese and ham toasties which were done in under 2 mins and burgers were only ever like warm :/! They also only ever had one bar out of 2 open in the day which was not alway easy with two pushchairs as it was up a level then you were lucky to have a table so then you would have to go down another level! It has plenty of shops around but quite dear! Also taxi were a lot of euros bus service was a lot cheaper I would recommend doing that. Bar staff a small handful of them were quite rude along with a handful of waitresses and waiters otherwise all other staff were lovely !! I won't be returning here I must say!!More

Louisecook91,

Good short break

My wife and I stayed here on a short 4 day break with Thomas Cook. When we arrived we were greater by 'Rosa' who was incredibly welcoming and friendly. The hotel was decorated for Halloween which was a nice surprise. The hotel is set into a hillside in a small valley with about 8 other hotels. The centre of the valley is the water park, a botanical garden and an entertainment complex. There are also several shops , mostly souvenir shops and one small supermarket. There are no restaurants other than those in the hotel. The hotel is really well.designed and nicely laid out with majority of rooms having a sea view. The room was big enough for 2 with a decent balcony.overlooking the sea and valley. The hotel pool.is small and French water but we'll located and surrounded by plenty of sunloungers and a small bar. The bar next to the pool serves snacks included. The snacks consisted of burgers, chips, hot dogs and toasties. All I can say is they weren't great. The main hotel restaurant is located on the ground floor and is well set out. We ate there for most meals. The food.was good with a reasonable variety of dishes and plenty of choices of dishes. We also when on the Tomas Cook Canarian Combo, which consists of a trip dolphin spotting, jeep tour and camel ride. The dolphin spotting was good fun and to be recommended but the jeep tour and camel ride.are not worth your time or money. On the jeep tour you aren't really shown or told about anything and the camel ride.lasted about 10 mins and didn't really go anywhere. Been on better in locations. It's is a nice.resort and I would definitely recommend it for family holidays but if you are staying any length of time I would recommend hiring a car or going on trips.More

chunkdoobiest, Newark-on-Trent, United Kingdom

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