The Hotel Suite Princess is nestled at the foot of a mountain, just metres from Playa Taurito Beach, so it offers up uninterrupted sea views. It’s less than a five-minute taxi ride from the pretty harbour town of Puerto Mogan. And, if you don't feel like catching a taxi, you can hop on the hotel's daily shuttle bus instead.
At the hotel, the focus is on the two swimming pools. They’re flanked by palms, loungers and parasols, and sit next to a bar, so refreshments are easy to come by. Plus, because the hotel is part of our Thomson Couples range, you can relax in a peaceful, child-free environment.
The suites themselves have recently been refurbished, so everything’s smart and modern. Expect lemon walls and parquet floors offset by plush chocolate-brown bedding. Upgrade to a Superior Suite, meanwhile, and you’ll get special extras like his ‘n’ hers bathrobes and slippers.
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Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks, Icecream|
Weekly gala dinner and late Continental breakfasts. Selected alcoholic and soft drinks 09.00-24.00 - bar opening times vary. And wine 3 times a week. 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
With sunbeds and pool towels.
With sauna and fitness room.
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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superior junior suite with sea view
Superior junior suite with sea view sleeps up to 3, available with 26-inch LCD TV, upgraded toiletries and amenities with bathrobes and slippers, fruit and wine on arrival, minibar stocked with mineral water and premium brand drinks in the restaurant, and a balcony or terrace with sunloungers.
double junior suite with sea view
Double junior suite with sea view sleeps up to 3 adults, with 2 or 3 beds and a minibar on request, charge applies.
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Boring food, decent hotel.
In short, there is nothing special about this hotel, except the ocean view. I see alot of comments about the food being great which makes me wonder what people generally eat. The food is boring and pretty much always overcooked. I didn't have a problem finding something to eat but i would compare the quality to fast food. I think they would benefit from decreasing the number of dishes and instead put more effort into them. The best thing in food way was the fruit which was really good for the most part.More
ShotgunPassenger, Stockholm, Sweden
Just what the doctor ordered!
On arrival at the hotel we were greeted by a very polite and helpful member of staff, free cava too! The room was huge, bed enormous, and very clean. A few tips though. If you blowdry your hair, take your own hairdryer as the one in the bathroom is a bit wild!! There is a safe in the room, it costs 12 euros a week to rent, which we thought a bit expensive. There is also a fridge, which I'm assuming there is a charge for as it is locked. One thing the staff don't tell you on arrival is that you are entitled to free bottles of water, which are collected from reception. The food is excellent, alot of choice and in abundance. Breakfast, lunch and dinner, in fact there aren't many times that you can't eat!! There is wine, cava, lager and sangria on tap all day/night and there is the bars where you can have cocktails, spirits and cider (which we didn't realise until 2 days before we left!). You can upgrade your all inclusive this gives you named brands of spirits and bottles of wine. You are given a wristband to wear telling the staff which grade you are. There is a free bus service from the hotel to Mogan, a lovely fishing village, well worth a visit or two. From there you can get the water ferry to Puerto Rico and two other resorts at a reasonable cost. All in all a lovely child-free hotel, great for a well earned break and relaxing holiday. Definitely will go back at some point.More
sunshine break away from the rain
Thompson COUPLES brochure - Hotel SUITE Princess, Playa Taurito, Gran Canaria (Thomson grading 4T+) ADULTS ONLY beachfront location, stylish suites, plus pool. All inclusive. We upgraded to a “Superior Junior Suite” - you then wear a “black band” which gives you premium brand drinks in restaurants, bathrobes and slippers, fruit and bottle of wine in room on arrival. Minibar stocked with mineral water (just ask reception if you run out of water and it’s restocked immediately). Tea and coffee facilities re room is only a kettle and two mugs, spoons so take your own coffee and coffeemate if you want coffee in your room. You can help yourself to tea bags from any of the three restaurant/bar areas and take back to room. And on the balcony you get two sun loungers, table and two chairs. Also pool towels are provided in room. (change them in the little shop on the 1st floor where you can also get daily papers). Upgraded rooms have toiletries. Bath gel is really lovely and shampoos and small tablets of soap, plus shower cap, shoe cleaner (for dark shoes), shoe horn, little travel toothbrush and toothpaste and little razor etc. Have had better toiletries (in Cuba and Porto Santo) but these were perfectly acceptable and just ask for top ups if you run out. Breakfast and dinner is in the main restaurant and you will see a wine list on the table but ignore this as you have to pay if you order from it. Everyone can help themselves to wine, beer, tea (various) and coffee etc. If you do upgrade you will be given a “black band” (instead of silver) and when a waiter or barman sees the band you will get premium drinks. We used to have a very nice bottle of red wine at lunch and dinner and you can chose whether or not to have a pequena (small) or grande (large) and it’s a Rioja wine which is very good. (There is also white wine and rose wine.) Lunch is on the terrace at La Choza restaurant, buffet again, but enough choice to suit most people. Also in La Choza they do a “sleepyhead” breakfast starting from 10 a.m. til 12 noon when lunch is laid out. You can eat in or outside. Coffee/tea/beer/wine machines all over - just help yourself but for the good stuff go to the bar and get your drinks. There is also a Sports Bar with televisions and so the football fans were able to see some matches. There is a Piano Bar room and Nicko did play some good music and most of us got up to dance or jig about !! There is a show each night starting at 21.45 and then again dancing afterwards if you are so inclined. All bars etc close at 23.00 so that’s good. We used to go to dinner at 18.30 when they opened and afterwards we used to go down past the pools to the lower gate which leads out to the beach and there are the usual shops and on some nights market stalls. Take your room key with you as that opens the gate to get back into the hotel grounds. Cannot fault the staff, accommodation or food and the presentation of the food we thought was very good indeed. Also we emailed the hotel within a month of departure to ask for a high room and quiet area. We were given a room on the 7th floor and the quiet end.......could hear the sea which was lovely. Rooms also have air conditioning and flat screen tv. Hair dryer is in the bathroom. If we go again I would take my own as I don’t like using one in the bathroom. There are 9 floors and the hotel entrance is at the 6th floor level............it seems to be carved out of the cliff hence the staggered arrangement of it. The corridors all look onto the cliff and are landscaped beautifully. There are lots of lifts all over hotel. There is a hotel boutique shop.........but........hugely expensive.... so do visit the shops outside the hotel instead. There is also a hairdressers shop I did buy two lovely beach cover ups. The first one for 12 euros and the second one I got for 10 euros with a smile and a bit of chit chat and cheek....as you do !!!! There is a courtesy bus and obviously various trips can be taken.More
kittikatr, London, United Kingdom
Outstanding hotel !
We have just returned from our first trip to this hotel and it was amazing ! We contacted the hotel a week before our due arrival and explained that we were celebrating a special occasion and asked if they could possibly have a high floor room with a sunny balcony and a beautiful view and when we arrived that is exactly what we got. In fact to our amazement we were given an 8th floor room, ( 8033 ) which we believe are usually are reserved for black band guests . We had wine in our room , slippers and bath robes and the room was beautiful . Thank you so much to the hotel for making our stay just perfect ! The whole experience of staying at this hotel could not be faulted , it is spotless and the staff from the gardeners , room cleaners, waiters, chefs, reception staff etc etc should all be congratulated for there part in working so continuously hard to keep it that way. Food here is the best we have ever tasted in an all inclusive hotel, lots and lots of choices, catering for all tastes and the food is refreshed constantly. We ate at all different times and even towards the end of meal times the food choice was still the same and of the same high standard . The restaurant is big and spacious and we never had to wait for a table. Entertainment here is pretty low key and finishes at 11pm every night apart from some disco music in the entertainment lounge which goes onto 12pm , but that suited us fine . This certainly is a relaxing hotel , so if its lively and late that you want , don't go here ! There is a show on each evening, some were good and others not so good . The four tops tribute guys were good ! The guy on the piano in the piano lounge every evening is great and plays to suit all ages and we spent most evenings listening and drinking here and loved it . Must just mention the upgrading ( black bands ) that is available at the hotel. The hotel as I have said is perfect anyway and it's expensive to upgrade for what extras you get included . We chose not to upgrade and were happy with everything here. The wines and alcoholic drinks available as standard on tap in the restaurant and served in the bars are perfectly fine . If you want bottled cava and bottled wines at your table, named drinks and fruit on arrival and a top floor room then yes upgrade. But this hotel has everything you could possibly want as standard, every room looks over the sea , so in our opinion it's not really necessary. We had a wonderful holiday here :) Thank you to all the staff for making our stay so enjoyable , we will be back ! More
Linda-ryan1, Maidstone, United Kingdom
First Class Hotel, Excellent Food and Superb Location
We have just recently arrived back from what was a superb holiday. My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed our stay at this hotel and it surpassed all of our expectations. We were in room 101 we think purely by luck as we had not upgraded but had a huge room with sun loungers, parasol, table and chairs on the terrace. We will certainly return and upgrade if not so fortunate next time. We also with being on the ground floor could use the garden for sunbathing. The food at all times of the day was very good with a particular good choice of both meat and fish for dinner along with a very good salad bar. The choice of drinks could not be faulted and the service by all members of staff could only be described as excellent. The hotel run a daily shuttle service to Peurto Mogan which is always worth a visit. Evening entertainment is very good with a choice of the concert lounge or the piano bar. The majority of people we spoke to were repeat customers with some returning for 12 and 13 years, which speaks volumes for the consistent high standards at this hotel.More
Michael F F, Cottingham
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