With a beachfront location and its own waterpark, the Hotel Paradise Lago Taurito puts everything at your fingertips.
Pulled up right against beach, the Hotel Paradise Lago Taurito has clinched one of the best spots in town. And if you want to explore, the centre of Puerto Rico is less than ten minutes away in a taxi.
The main talking point is the pool scene. Not only does the hotel offer up a big pool, waterpark and a couple of children’s splash pools – it’s also footsteps from the watersports-friendly beach.
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.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner head to the buffet restaurant. You'll find all sorts on offer here including show cooking, themed evenings and pizza and Thai food corner here, plus a kids' mini buffet.
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Well just returned from hear and can say had a fab time our granddaughter loved it the entertainment team were fab with her specially the twins lily loved them food drink good rooms standard but cleaned 6times a wk couldn't fault it only downside I would give is pool size plenty of sun beds but More
Lovely accommodation,, variety of meals ...staff excellent + helpful...hotel provided food for new arrivals after meal time.. pool can get busy, but water park adjacent hotel,, with plenty space... shops very close,,and lovely walks,, taxi cheap to near towns.More
Location was great if your looking for a quiet holiday with no need to go wandering around shops/cafes. A few shops at hotel and a couple of cafes along small shoreline.
The Lago is free to patrons of this hotel and is great for families. Salt water didn't bother me at all but I know it doesn't suit everyone. The swimming pool directly at the hotel is small so easily becomes busy. The Lago is my choice for the day with small jacuzzi areas and various flumes it caters for all. No all inclusive food or drink available within this area though.
Entertainment was good, the usual activities during the day and the entertainment staff deliver good shows in the evening. The entertainment staff are great, very friendly but not in your face and pushy for participants. Twins Marco and Simone are a credit to the hotel.
Pool bar busy at times but bar staff appeared to cope well although they did become a little impatient at times.
Food was of good quality but I would say the variety was standard. I'm a little fussy but always found something I was happy with. The hotel was not at full capacity when we visited and we always found a table for 4 easily and staff were quickly cleaning away dirty plates and replenishing buffet.
Entertainment is outside at night and when this is over we moved to the Flamingo bar in the hotel, however, this is only open until 11pm when all inclusive for drinks stops. We found the staff didn't inform people that drinks could then be purchased at La Bamba disco in the Lago area and those looking for a later night often just went to bed. We did go to the disco area twice but music was extremely loud (couldn't chat to my friend without shouting) and was Spanish. They seem to be catering to an audience that wasn't there.
Rooms were cleaned and towels replaced daily except Sunday.
TV remote is available for a â¬10 deposit at reception. This is returned when you return the remote. Very few English channels seemed to be news channels only. Thankfully weather was great and we didn't hang around in the room anyway. We didn't use the safe but I understand a key is needed from reception for this too.
I would definitely go back to this hotel, overall I think it was good value for money and suited our requirements fine. Would recommend for families.More
A great adults familly week away!
We hoidayed at this hotel 9-16 January this year, and from the moment we arrived I have to say we were impressed by how friendly and cooperative the staff were. The location is stunning, hilly outside of the resort but we caught taxis to peurto mogan just 7 euros, but within the hotel complex disabled friendly throughout with ramps and lifts to cater. It must be one of the cleanest resorts we've stayed in, always smells fresh and clean and yes all the staff work exceptionally hard and are at all times pleasant and smiley. The rooms though a bit dated were comfortable, especially the bed and cleaned every day, all balconies have a view of waterpark and side view of beach which is amazing. The pool area was great, plenty of sunbeds, always able to find one with parasols but the pool itself was disappointing, not big enough and extremely cold so we didn't go in. The waterpark free entry to all inclusive but food and drink you have to pay for, not expensive and portions are good, but again water is freezng cold, very disappointing but slides and waterpark facilities good, I'm sure kids will love it cold or not. The pool bar serves snacks but a bit repetitive not much choice, and Constantine the pool barman was great and always friendly, and serves a mean bob marley cocktail, you have to try it! Restaurant food is good variety, unless you're an exceptionally fussy eater, there's something for everyone with plenty of fresh salads and fruit at every meal, deserts could be more varied. The air con in the dining area could be used more, it was at times uncomfortably hot so we moved outside. We hired scooters from Puerto mogan for 24hrs to see the coast and it was well worth it 35 euros and 100 euros deposit which you get back next day, a great experience. The beach starts where the hotel ends, so close and lovely and clean, though the sea is very rough, knocks you off your feet and freezing cold. Not all inclusive to eat or drink at the beach. shops lovely but pricey at hotel complex much cheaper outside area. La Bamba disco which is open til 2am, you go down steps to it, again not all inclusive but cheap drinks during happy hour but dead when we went. All in all a great hotel to stay in, stunning location, pleasant staff and very clean and comfortable. We are booking to return next January, can't wait :)More
Great for out of season...
Went with a girlfriend for some winter sun, first week December.
This is not the sort of resort I would usually choose for a family holiday as it's really built up. Beautiful cove but covered with hotels so what it's like in peak season, I'd dread to think!
Out of season - fabulous tho. Always a place on the beach which was about 50 metres away, no queuing for food / drinks.
Sun loungers 3 euros each, umbrella 3 euros.
Easy bus ride from top of resort to Porto Mogan which has a huge market on Fridays - forget the taxi!
All you need is in the resort - Dr, pharmacist, general shop, car hire. And in the hotel opposite, a spa! Treatment prices on par with British prices - mainly men who undertake the massage and tbh, they were too gentle!!!
I really don't think there are any quiet rooms as I think all rooms look out on to the plaza arena where nightly entertainment occurs, and the games room, as well as the discoteque (which was not running whilst we visited) but, out of season, everything was quiet by 11 so very acceptable and the double glazing works a treat to guard against most of the noise as well.
Friend and I thought the hotel was pretty luxurious looking on entering. Rooms plain but clean.
Food - good variety for a veggie but puddings - eugh! PROCESSED ARTIFICIAL yuck!More