This hotel comes with two big pools and a beach just outside. And evenings are all about live entertainment.
Tucked in a tranquil horseshoe bay, this place is just steps from a sandy beach. As such, all the rooms have views out over the ocean. Another big plus is the pool scene – there are two big pools here.
Meals come courtesy of the buffet restaurant, and there’s live entertainment every night of the week – everything from magicians to flamenco dancers. There’s a bar that’s good for cocktails, as well. When you're not staying put, the hotel lays on a free bus that'll get you to Puerto Mogan in five minutes.
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- Lifts: 3 panoramic lifts
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and dinner in main restaurant, lunch in La Choza restaurant. Afternoon tea and coffee. Afternoon cake.
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2 outdoor pools
These two outdoor pools both come with sun terraces dotted with sunbeds and parasols. They even have sea views, too. One pool is heated from November to April.
Make your way to the buffet restaurant for breakfast and dinner. There are themed evenings where there'll be dishes from different countries on offer. There's a dress code here, and men are asked to wear full-length trousers to dinner.
La Choza snack bar
La Choza snack bar offers lunch and a gala dinner night is held here once a week. La Trattoria Italian section is open in the evenings, Wednesday to Friday.
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twin room with sea view and balcony
These twin rooms come with a sea view and balcony. The rooms are air-conditioned and include satellite TV.
deluxe junior suite with sea view and balcony
These spacious deluxe junior suites include a sea view and balcony for some extra room outdoors. The suite comes with twin beds plus 1 extra bed for 1 adult or 2 children in the bedroom. You’ll also have air-conditioning and a satellite TV too.
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Spend your money somewhere else (anywhere else)
Really don't know where to start with the negatives, all inclusive? Pay for cocktails, towels, safe, fridge, sun beds on the beach, water, wifi? Come on people wifi is free in mc Donald's what year is this hotel in? I will try and keep this as short as possible, but I have to explain, we booked with Thomson and stated my dad is disabled we need a low floor ( especially with the lifts which many people have talked about so won't say no more) I also emailed the hotel who said they would accommodate this request. We arrive, room on the third floor? I stated my request again, their reply ' well Thomson never told us' maybe not but I emailed you and you replied which all turned round to be my fault. Moving on (as many others were also told on time of checking in) we have a great sports bar premier league, grand national etc, this was an absolute blessing to us my dad was gutted that the holiday clashed with the grand national (as an ex bookie) he has never missed one in 58 years, we all settled down in sports bar to watch a football game first with the grand national to follow. We sat down and there was an animal programme on my husband asked if they could turn the football on, the rude man on reception came over shouting and screaming at my husband that every one else didn't want to watch football they want to watch the grand national ( this is 2 hours before the grand national with a zoo programme on the tele) we left the bar and decided to come back when the grand national was on. We got there ten mins before and I asked for them to put this on (still the zoo programme) he said he had and it will be on this channel in a minute, 50 other people were also waiting for this and can vouch for me here, we were waiting and waiting, no grand national, my brother then went up and asked again to which The man said will you wait my colleague is working on it (at this point the grand national had already started). The man just seemed to flick through over 100 channels while we all sat there waiting, the grand national was over and we were absolutely gutted, we missed it, no apology to any of us my poor dad was so excited to watch it, first one he has ever missed due to us being lied to, thank you taurito. Self serve of drinks - wow coke, hot chocolate, beer always out of order told staff, many times, never replaced, the hotel is an absolute joke. The food - cream of vegetable soup? Every dinner and every lunch every day, become a running joke in our group of 9. Food freezing, don't expect piping hot maybe warm but not freezing beyond edible. We spent a small fortune on going out to eat and paying for nice drinks ( despite paying all inclusive) Never met staff so rude in all my life, this hotel will rinse you of all the money they can get out of you. Please spend your hard earned money somewhere else this hotel or people do not deserve your money.More
Kate and Kev W, 186403
One of the best all inclusive holidays I've been on. Fantastic choice of food, especially the speciality evenings. Inclusive drinks of good quality and happily given (unlike some places I've been). Entertainment okay. Rooms maybe a little tired but I understand it's being refurbished this summer. Maid service very good. Good policy of removing towels from sun-beds if left unattended before 10am. Will certainly return. Gardens are well maintained and look lovely with beautiful views.More
still a good hotel
This was our 4th visit to this hotel which overall was still good, but not all the changes made since our last visit were to our liking. The location of the show lounge and piano bar have been switched - we preferred them the other way. Lunch is now taken in La Choza, (instead of the main dining room) which has been extended and is situated on the terrace; we found this much to our liking. We noticed people refilling water bottles and beer glasses from the help yourself taps and not taking care to avoid contact of the receptacle with the tap - perhaps signs should be put up to remind people about basic sensible hygiene practise.More
We spent a fortnight at this hottel in February. The hotel and the facilities in Taurito were very good. Whilst we both enjoyed our stay there were a number of negatives which I will come onto later. On the plus side the standard and choice of food at the hotel was really good. The pools and grounds were excellent and there appeared to be enough sunbeds most days though some congestion at midday. Unfortunately congestion at the pool was probably caused because the beach was hardly used due to the high cost of sunbeds and umbrellas. The entertainment crew were not very pro-active and appeared to concentrate their efforts on Spanish clients. As previously stated there are a number of problems with the hotel and these were: Only three lifts to service eleven floors resulting in long waits. Charges for a poor Wi-fi service. Charges for the safe which were high, a problem in a lot of Spanish resorts. Charges for clean pool towels. Drinking water only available on tap from drink service stations. Because we go on holiday to enjoy ourselves we ignored the problems in what could be a really good hotel. Sad to say we will not be returning.More
Nice hotel needs an upgrade
Stayed here last week in a group of 18. This hotel is in need of an upgrade which is apparently happening in May. Our rooms were very old fashioned and the beds were not the most comfortable I have slept in. Having said that some of our group were in rooms which have already been revamped. The lifts definitely need an upgrade as quite often one or the other was out of order and if like us you are on the 11th floor you will wait some time to get a lift there. The staff are really helpful and nothing was too much trouble. I would like to give Daniel on Reception a special mention he seemed to be there every time I went to reception and his Customer Service skills are second to none. We loved that you cannot reserve a sun bed and leave it before 10am in the morning. If you do, all your towels and bags will be removed. It was so nice not having to rush out at 6am to reserve your beds. I wish more hotels had this policy. The food was good and plentiful, considering they were catering for so many it was always very hot, not like other all inclusive we have been to. Entertainment could be more varied as we watched the same pianist for 6 nights, which was a bit monotonous. There is not much to do outside the hotel in the evenings, Peurto de Morgan is well worth a visit for less than 10 euros in a taxi. We would recommend this hotel and would love to return after the refurb. This is our 5th stay in a Princess hotel and would definitely recommend them. Internet connection is very hit and miss at an extra charge, this may be because it is set in the cliffs.More
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