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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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 twin beds plus 1 extra bed in the lounge.

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Relaxing but nothing special.

Stayed here between July 16th - 23rd. Booked through Thompson but this would be our last time doing so. The seat on the flight we were allocated were not together and Thompson did nothing to sort this out for us and we had asked multiple time before and during the holiday to rectify this. Also this was advertised as a 4* hotel but from our experience this was more 3*. Pros: - Close to the beach - Beautiful views of the ocean and the beach area - Clean and tidy through out the resort and rooms - Rooms ( we had a suite) were spacious and plenty of storage - Private balcony with sun beds and seating - There was entertainment every night and during the day - Pool was warm and not freezing cold - If you haven't secured late check out there is a courtesy room you can book at reception for 30 mins (though the times slots get booked quickly!) Cons - Hotel needs a refurb throughout- rooms need updating and more plug outlets - Wifi was awful - very intermittent and difficult to connect to - Sun beds in the pool area are very crammed in, if you like space and privacy you will need to get to the pool early as people save sunbeds with their towels. We didnt have an issue in finding a space, but it just meant being very close to others and can be quite uncomfortable at times - Every meal is self serve, not even drinks are served unless you get the black band upgrade to premium drinks etc - Food was OK, nothing too special- A LOT of repeat meals from lunch into dinner , got very boring after a few days. If you are vegetarian it would be a struggle - Tables in the dinning area were very close together - Not much to do in the local area, a part from the beach there are a few shops and a water park -The "black band" upgrade should really be standard for a 4* hotel, I would expect to use a fridge and safe etc for free! - Booked a double and got two single beds put together! Overall we wouldn't visit this area / stay in this hotel again. It was great for relaxing and sunbathing but there was nothing special to the hotel or area that really stood out. Pretty average!More

sejal p, 186338

Lovely hotel

We have just returned from a weeks stay at this hotel . The hotel is very clean and tidy , the staff are very friendly and helpful. There is enough variety of food at all times even for the most fussy of eaters . We had upgraded to the villa rooms which were lovely and had their own garden and terrace and sun beds and parasol . The only thing that was a disappointment was the lack of English TV stations it was the news or nothing ! We did find that you had to go out early to get the sun loungers (even thought the hotel book said you can't reserve chairs ) or by about 10.30 there would be nothing left and again most loungers stayed empty with towels on until after lunch ! As we had the black bands we were able to order bottles of wine in the tapas bar with our lunch which was free and also take a couple of bottles back to our room . The wifi was a bit hit and miss . We would go back to this hotel again but maybe at a quieter time of year as it did get busy out by the pool and at dinner times . Very lovey clean friendly hotel .More

julie o,


Stayed from 2-9 July. A delay from Gatwick meant that we didn't arrive until after mid-night (transfer time was 2 hours) but we were told that the restaurant had stayed open which was a nice surprise and very welcome. Our room was 9004. This has an amazing view of the beach and in the distance Puerto De Mogan. The room was large and clean, the bathroom was a little dated but fully functional and it was kept spotlessly clean for the week we were there. We upgraded to the black armbands which gave us a kettle, TV and fridge in the room, beach towels changed daily and premium drinks. Food was quite varied each day and was not cold despite reading some of the reviews in the past. The hotel does look a little dated in places but this did not detract from us enjoying our time there. If I could change anything it would be to have more sunbeds available as it was a struggle to find two on some days even though we were at the pool by 9am. Entertainment was also a little disappointing with The Three Tenors being the best of the bunch. Overall we enjoyed our stay at the Suite Princess but would probably look elsewhere rather than return.More


Disappointing 3rd choice.

First of all, please allow me to regail you of the service (said VERY lightly) we received from Thomson holidays, BEFORE we even paid for our holiday... The initial booking as made for the Guayarmina Princess in Tenerife in May 2015. All the details taken, and deposit paid. All was well. or so we thought, till I went with my disabled Wife, to pay the final payment on the holiday. My Wife suffers from an incurable lung disease, which leaves her reliant on oxygen 24/7. Imagine our incredulity, when the lady in charge of the Thomson branch in Ripon informed us that we had been booked on a flight from Doncaster airport ( our first choice being Leeds/Bradford ) with NO medical oxygen !, This holiday took me 3 whole years of scrimping and saving, so my Wife could have a holiday to remember her 50th birthday in style. How wrong could I have been ?. The girl in the shop, fully expected my Wife to fly to Tenerife WITHOUT oxygen. Which would have been fine, apart from the small fact that she would have been DEAD, on arrival !. They then arranged flights on the same dates, to the same destination from East Midlands airport, but the junior suite I had booked, would no longer been available. So I politely declined this offer and asked if there was any other alternative solutions available ?. We were offered a holiday in Cyprus, now flying from Manchester !. I tried for three weeks to find oxygen on the island, to no avail. Back to the drawing board. A different girl, called Heather, went out of her way to find us a suitable replacement holiday, but we had to find another £256, and extend the holiday to 2 weeks, instead of the ten days we had originally booked. This brings us, eventually, to our holiday to the Suite Princess, in Taurito, Gran Canaria.. We arrived at Manchester airport after booking "meet and greet" car parking, due to my Wife's disability, and having to use a wheelchair. What an absolute farce that was !!!. We had to park at least 3 - 400 yards from terminal 2. I was then expected to get my Wife into the wheelchair, put out luggage onto a trolley, and then struggle to get them all to the terminal. Meet and greet my backside !. Once inside, I had to trace the assistance team, which was arranged at the time of booking. This took me a good 25 minutes to do. Eventually, we boarded the plane, and took off half an hour late. The assistance team in Gran Canaria were good, apart form the ambi lift breaking down. Our taxi transfer was on time, and delivered us to the hotel with no fuss whatsoever. On reaching the hotel, we were booked in with no fuss, and offered the usual glass of fizz, or orange juice. Our room wasn't quite ready, so we went down to the restaurant for lunch. The room looked absolutely NOTHING like the junior suite we had booked, and the air conditioning in the hotel was broken for at least 5 of out 14 day stay. With the intense heat, this made sleeping all but impossible. The décor was, shall we say, a little "tired". But adequate, and clean. The staff were exceptionally friendly, and we were always greeted with a cheery "Hola". I can't praise the reception staff enough, especially Gabriel. A star of the highest order. The Thomson rep' Beth, went above and beyond the call of duty, to ensure that everything was perfect for our stay. Even helping me move our luggage when we were moved to a disabled friendly room. The food was as you would expect on an all inclusive holiday. Adequate, but nothing special. The air conditioning in the main restaurant appeared to be broken the whole time we were there, which made dining, a sweaty, and uncomfortable experience. The evening "entertainment" was laughable. Especially " Niki" in the piano bar. A relatively proficient pianist, but an atrocious monotone vocalist. But he amused us, as opposed to entertaining us. The drinks were ok, but we couldn't see the need to "upgrade" to the black bands, just to get a bottle of wine with your meals, and premium brand drinks. Certainly not worth the extra. The pool area was exceptionally clean and tidy, and all the sunbeds were dressed in their finest beach towels, as usual by 7.45am !. Even though this wasn't allowed. People were even putting towels on the ordinary chairs, and sofas for Gods sake !. How ignorant. The animations team were, at best, lacklustre, and at their worst, downright dangerous !!!. The archery and rifle shooting were run abysmally, and in the UK, health and safety would have had a field day !. People standing in front of the firing line. The animation team walking amongst the holiday makers with a cocked air rifle. am surprised that no one has been injured, due to their total misunderstanding of how these rifles work. They need REGULAR safety briefings. All in all. A week was enough at this hotel. Though Puerto Mogan was a nice distraction, we both feel that a fortnight was far too long. The hotel looks very impressive o first sight, but is little tired. This was our first, and last time visiting Gran Canaria. We wouldn't be going back to the hotel, though that isn't the fault of the hotel. It is also the very last time that we will EVER travel with Thomson !.More

Russnroz2, 804427

Excellent quiet week

Stayed for a week here . The thing that did it for us was it's adults only and that made for a nice quiet week .Food was nice and plentiful but the dining room was so hot and has gents had to wear long trousers it was stifling , I believe the aircon wasn't working properly so wasn't a real big issue but some women were in with shorts and tee shirts on a night which is a bit unfair on us but in all fairness they looked untidy when other women made the effort to dress up ! We were on floor 6 nice room with sunbeds and balconey . Sunbeds no fight for them but they are close and sometimes getting shade could be a issue . Paella made outside was great the chef showing his skills off ,very nice . Not a lot going on around it so not for you if you like night life ! You can get the shuttle to Porto mogan which is beautiful and has a lively market on a Friday . The transfer is probably the only downside to this place but worth it I would definitely recommend this place More


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