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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Based On 1870 reviews

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


Stylish adults-only holidays, designed for two

  • Contemporary style
  • Great settings
  • Top dining scenes
  • Relaxed atmospheres
  • 20kg luggage allowance
  • Adults-only hotels

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
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.

Tapas 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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double junior suite with sea view

These modern double junior suites with a sea view come with a contemporary colour scheme and soft furnishings. They can sleep up to three adults, with two or three beds and a minibar is available on request, a charge applies.

royal junior suite with sea view

These royal junior suites with a sea view have recently been refurbished. They can sleep up to three and come with little extras like fruit, wine and water on arrival and sunbeds on the balcony. You'll also receive the premium drinks package.

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Visited 2012 due back may 2015

I would like to say I am on here to see if the reviews are still as good as back in 2012 . We were going to look for something else as a change but decided it was too good to take a chance on somewhere else. My partners health hasn't been to great and had an operation on her back So we know that we won't be disappointed. the bed will be comfortable and the room a good size and genuinely caring staff Really good food and drink and we know our way around the hotel and we know we can get the lift if needed.the entertainment at night we enjoy and in general a very highly rated hotel in my opinion We have requested a high floor and a low room number based on the reviews from people saying very good.i would appreciate sun loungers in the balcony if possibe as would be good for my partner as sometimes difficulty in walking and would sometimes rest in afternoons to rest her back. So for us this is the right hotel to come back to .peaceful ,beautiful views,superb food and drink .we r slightly younger than most guests ,I will be celebrating my 40 th birthday in gran canaria and can say there is no where else id rather be. Looking forward to spending it at the suite princess.see you all in May . More

Paula B,

Beautiful hotel. {Visited in January 2014, trip advisor wouldn't let me review for then}

I visited here in JANUARY (trip advisor wouldn't let me review for jan) 2014 with family (Dad, Uncle, Auntie and Nan). The hotel was beautiful.. kept clean and tidy. Lovely pool and seating areas outside. I loved relaxing in the seats with a drink! I loved the room and how simplistic and bright it was. Our balcony was on the ground floor with a view of some sunbeds outside, then the beach and the sea. The balcony was a really good size, perfect for my Nan to spend the day on under an umbrella and enjoy the view. The food at dinner was actually so so good! I'm extremely fussy when it comes to hotel food but this was the best hotel food i've had to this date. I don't remember a whole lot of what they did as its been over a year since i was there. But i know it was a big variety. Lunch time food was your usual.. not too exciting really. They did have ice cream and things though which was nice. Breakfast was lovely, pancakes, cooked breakfast. Fruit, cereal etc! I think i ate so many pancakes one morning that i ended up looking pregnant (yummy)/ Outside the hotel... i'm pretty sure there was lots to do around but i didn't venture out much. I did take a stroll up the road one day and had a look in the shops. There weren't many shops but was nice to have a look anyway. Theres a waterpark outside the hotel that i visited with a guy i met in the hotel, i honestly didn't like it. But i think it's due to the fact i'm not a strong swimmer as it is and i'm not very tall to be able to touch the floor, i ended up embarrassing myself and actually drowning (shouting for help and everything lol). The lifeguard just stood at the side of the pool and watched me.. I managed to swim to the side in the end.... My dad and his brother spent the week road cycling up the hills and around Gran Canaria!! So if you're in to that stuff maybe it's worth hiring a bike out there before hand like they did and giving it a go. I'd go careful though i believe some of the hills could be dangerous. Wear helmets etc.. I visited the gym a couple times, it was a little too hot in there though. But the view was great, looking out the windows on to the sea and beach. All in all i enjoyed this week break thoroughly. It was a nice get away in January while it was freezing cold in England. The weather in Jan over there was very nice when i went. Perfect weather for me really, i could sunbathe and catch a tan.. but it's not too hot that i felt like i had to sit in the shade all day. We had a couple pretty hot days too but mostly the weather was the perfect temp! I recommend visiting here if you want a nice relaxing time in the sun with good food and a lovely hotel!!More


A very relaxing holiday

My husband and I spent a week at this lovely hotel over Easter. Having driven through a few resorts on our transfer from the airport, I was delighted to see that Playa Taurito was a quiet , relatively underdeveloped resort with the hotel having a superb position overlooking the ocean. The reception area has dramatic views and, like everywhere else, is kept immaculately. Staff here, as throughout the hotel, were courteous and helpful. Our room was fine and the bed extremely comfortable. Food was varied, plentiful and well presented and the restaurant staff were always lovely. The pool area was so quiet! Loungers, pool towels and umbrellas were plentiful and the pools, themselves, great. During the day, there were plenty of low key activities available -but no pressure to get involved-and it was obvious that many holidaymakers were cycling and running in the local area. There was also a gym and spa on site and an area for massages near the pool area. From the terraces, everyone could enjoy spectacular sunsets. After dinner, there was the piano bar where guests could demonstrate their strictly ballroom moves, listen to the music or just chill. The Salon Princess had professional acts- three tenors( very good), flamenco dancers( excellent), an Abba tribute duo( we didn't hang around), a Cuban juggling duo( very good) but if they were not to your liking then it was warm enough to sit outside or go for a stroll. There was a gala dinner held outside one evening which we really enjoyed and the food and ambience were superb. Wifi was available but it was best received in the reception and pool areas not the room. We were given information about local buses and went on one from the end of the street to Porto Mogane. Our Thomson rep was also very good and accessible at the hotel. If we were to return, I'd investigate rooms to the right of the hotel( as you look at it from the pool area). I feel that would be more immune to the noise of the inevitable early delivery lorries or refuse collectors. I don't want to end on a negative note though because this was a really lovely, relaxing holiday at a hotel which I would definitely recommendMore

Jayne H, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Easter break

Just returned from a very enjoyable weeks break at this lovely hotel, it was our first visit, we had been recommended by friends, and would definitely return. The staff were friendly, hotel clean, and we found the food plentiful, fresh and presented very well. If we were to have a complaint maybe the bathrooms need a little up dating, but didn't spoil our holiday in anyway. The bed was huge and comfy and found it very quiet at night. Although we didn't see much of the evening entertainment, there was plenty to enjoy. There are some people that need to remember this is a 4star hotel, and if they require 5 star luxuries etc, they should book and pay for that. We are looking to return later this year, we came across a few people who had returned a few times. More

Wendy W,

Comfortable and relaxing with a few minor niggles!

We stayed for 10 days at this hotel at the beginning of April and enjoyed our stay. Check in was efficient and our room was on the first floor which made access to the pools and restaurant very easy. However, the entrance to the rooms on this floor are opposite a rock face and this takes some getting used to! In the end we rather liked our cave like environment.. Our room had a good sized balony overlooking the pool area and the beach and it was great to have enough room for two sun beds. Our room was clean, large and comfortable but we were disappointed that as silver band holders our fridge was locked. There was no facility to make tea or coffee which was annoying in a four star all inclusive hotel. The food was generally good with a wide range of choices but glasses were quickly whipped from our table when staff realised we did not have black bands. This detracted somewhat from the dining experience as did the silver band cava obtained from a tap! I think there should be one all inclusive class even if it means that everyone has to pay a slightly higher price. It is not acceptable to have to pay to exchange pool towels. The hotel does provide a very relaxing experience and the staff are very helpful. I would return to the hotel if they addressed the minor penny pinching issues.More

Sheila P, Jersey, United Kingdom

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