Hotel Suite Princess  

This adults-only hotel gives you a peaceful pool scene and a beach on the doorstep. And the food’s first class, too.

This stylish hotel is tucked at the foot of a mountain, just metres from sandy Playa Taurito Beach. Its two pools come with first-class sea views. There’s a seafront restaurant, too.

In the evenings, live acts take to the stage, or you can retreat to the piano bar for a quiet cocktail. When you feel like going further afield, there’s a shuttle bus to pretty Puerto Mogan, which is less than 5 minutes away.

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  • 1Building
  • 9Floors
  • 304Rooms
  • 6Lifts


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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

Weekly gala dinner and late Continental breakfasts.  Selected alcoholic and soft drinks 09.00-24.00 - bar opening times vary.  Snacks 10.30-16.00, coffee, tea and cakes 16.00-18.00 and tapas 3 times a week.

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2 outdoor pools

The two outdoor pools overlook the beach and are surrounded by a sun terrace aligned with sunbeds and parasols. A bridge stretches over the pool linking the terrace. Pool towels are available.

Wellness centre

The wellness centre includes a sauna and fitness room, which comes with basic equpment.

Piano bar

This bar is great for a relaxing evening. With cocktails and champagne on the menu along with music from the pianist, you'll find plenty of reasons to sit back and unwind.

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junior suite with sea view and balcony

Enhanced with both sea views plus a balcony, these junior suites offer modern accommodation with a warm and inviting feel. These spacious suites have a lounge area with tasteful furnishings plus air conditioning and satellite TV. These sleep 3 with double beds plus 1 extra bed in the lounge.

premium junior suite with sea view and balcony or terrace

Enhanced with sea views and a balcony or terrace, the premium junior suites offer modern accommodation with a warm and inviting feel. These spacious suites have a lounge area with tasteful furnishings plus air conditioning. Additional benefits include a minibar*, satellite TV, bathrobes and slippers. These sleep 3 with twin beds plus 1 extra bed in the lounge. These rooms also include the Premium pack which provides a bathroom prepared VIP style, VIP amenities, a fridge, coffee and tea making facilities, a Premium drinks package, and 1 thematic dinner per stay - table service. On arrival you will also receive aperitif, wine and water in your room.

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Perfect for couples

Just as we expected from the reviews we had read. Probably a little quiet for younger couples but excellent for the older generation. The pianist is absolutely brilliant and never seems to repeat the same songs. The other entertainment does not start until 10 o'clock but is also very good. The food was also high quality and a good variety. The restaurant never seemed too crowded at night times and the food was always plentiful and well cooked. Lunchtimes were a bit more crowded but it was just a question of picking the best times. Again it was good quality and plenty of choice. Plenty of sun beds even though people were out putting towels on from 7 o'clock. They are pretty close together but can easily be moved about to get the best position. The beach is right on the doorstep and again there are plenty of sun beds but they do cost 9 euros for 2 beds and a parasol for the day, The rooms were all very similar with sea views, sun beds and plenty of space. The maids cleaned and changed the linen and towels to a high standard every day. All in all a holiday to remember and we can understand why people return year after year.More

DaveB49W, 186420

All inclusive, adult only Suite Princess Hotel in Taurito

Booked two weeks at this hotel with my sister-in -law and her husband. Room with balcony had lovely sea view, overlooking hotel pool area and beach. Balcony equipped with table, two chairs and two sun beds. Choice of food and quality was very good. Staff very friendly and helpful. Plenty to do around the hotel or with organised trips. We always try to go somewhere different, but we would certainly return and strongly recommend itMore


13 June to 20 June 2016

My friend and I spent a very enjoyable holiday @ the Suite Princess . We upgraded to a premier room which included the the black wrist band , which I can recommend . OK lets start with our room , all rooms face the sea so no problem there .they are clean tidy but .....Dated . The major fault in our room was the air con was not efficient and to be honest poor .. every quest I spoke too had the same problem. Wifi is poor in and around hotel , the only good place was reception. Dinning room next . This is known as the hot house because the lack of air con which spoils the dinning experience .. The food was Good but not of a 4 star plus standard ...evening dinner runs up to 10 pm but the staff start stripping out very early on our last night we went to dinner @ 9 pm . they started to strip the food counters at 09:15 . Location of hotel is great no problems but the resort is very much hotel bases but taxis are cheap to get about . Pool area was ample but from 8 am all the sun beds had been reserved with towels ...this was in spite that the hotel says it runs a policy that the beds should not be reserved . Things to do ....I can highly recommend the Blanket trip and the the VIP island full day tour . Porto Morgan and its market. Lastly the evening bars would benefit from having nibbles such as crisps and salted pea nuts for quests. Being honest the hotel needs a refurbishment if it wants to keep it 4 star rating ...More



I am unsure exactly who is at fault really because some of what I am about to say is more the fault of Thomson (TUI) than the hotel but as most UK readers will be considering Thomson as their tour operator then I guess you need the full picture. The basic issue is this -Thompson sell this hotel as four star plus – it isn’t. Maybe in the 1990’s which is the decade that the décor comes from the hotel would have made 4 stars but in today’s market it’s a 3 star establishment and if this is how you view it then you won’t be disappointed, because it’s a very good 3 star establishment. Here’s how it might make 4 stars – prevent cockroaches from entering the rooms, ensure the air conditioning in the dining room (dubbed by us and others as “the oven”) and the bedrooms actually pumps cold air, have an English speaker on reception, have outdoor dining available every day for every meal, provide sun beds on the beach, provide food and drink on the beach, provide showers and toilets on the beach, provide drinking water in the rooms (asking for it at reception is not an alternative), provide hot not warm meals, hire more staff as the ones you have are so run off their feet they look like they are about to keel over, provide fresh fruit juice not sickly sweet concentrate from a machine, I could go on. The hotel is getting it right in some areas, the cleaning, gardening and porter service for example but if they want to earn 4 starts then they need to up their game. It does not help the hotel that Thompson are over stating its rating considerably, it just leads to disappointment. It also does not help when Thompson sell you an “All Inclusive” holiday which is not in fact, well, all inclusive. We had to pay extra for a room safe, a room extension for our evening return flight, WiFi (its 2016 guys!), Wine from a bottle, Spirits from a bottle with a name on the label that you recognise, the mini bar was empty and you even have to collect bottled water from reception, an aircraft seat allocation and to cap it all if you want to change your pool towels then yes you have guessed it you have to pay. It felt to me like we were a captive audience who were at the hotel to be milked for every penny possible. Not a nice feeling at all.More

BlondeNBlonde, 187050


I stayed here for two weeks, having got a good bargain for a late booking, and in need to some R&R after a tiring illness. Overall, the best holiday I've had for years in terms of relaxation and enjoyment, though there were some flaws. My room was large, with a big balcony with table, two chairs and two sunbeds, plenty of storage space and a good bathroom, very clean - the hotel seems to have any army of cleaners as the whole place was kept immaculate. The hotel's main feature is a double swimming pool, surrounded by tightly packed sunbeds, unfortunately smoking is permitted on the sunbeds and in the open air seating area by the bars and outdoor restaurant. Sometimes it was a bit of a trek to find a free sunbed - most people seemed to reserve them early in the morning - but I always managed to find a suitable spot. The entertainments team really work their socks off and I found them exceptionally sociable. Evening entertainment is in the Piano Bar, which got very lively, and the Princess Lounge, which needs a refurb as it has a low ceiling supported by numerous pillars which block the view and distort the sound. Entertainment here was pretty lacklustre, but let's face it, you aren't paying for top class acts. Lunch is served in the outside restaurant, occasionally there was a BBQ and live music, not a wide selection but there was always something, plus cakes and snacks from 430 onwards. The major let-down for me was the main dining room, which was sometimes like a canteen with people jostling for food. There were quite a number of Spanish guests, so Spanish food featured on the menu, which was a nice change. However, the service was really bad,and as a solo traveller, I was non-existent as far as the restaurant staff were concerned, it was noticeable that couples at adjacent tables were spoken to and treated politely while I was ignored. However, the rest of the hotel staff were helpful and friendly, as were most of the English guests and I can truly say this was the most sociable holiday I've been on. The hotel claims to have wi-fi but I couldn't get a connection at all, and the reception staff did admit that it is patchy and intermittent. Playa Taurito is a very small purpose-built resort, nice beach but that's about it, once around the kids' waterpark and you've seen it all. Not possible to walk anywhere but there is a (limited) bus service. There are five large hotels there, so it was busy but a very friendly atmosphere. Overall, it was a great holiday and I'd certainly go back again.More

Zippypoppy, 186338

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Hotel Suite Princess
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