Hotel Taurito Princess
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Best family holiday ever Suite Princess
We have recently spent a family holiday at the Suite Princess.All I can say is excellent the food was out of this world, and the childrens entertainment was second to none.A very quite and relaxing place, all the different nationailies were brilliant and we found each other watching out for each others children.We will deffinatly go back again.
We loved this place
we have just returned from 7 days at this hotel.We had a great week.If you want a peaceful resort in a clean but ageing hotel, with good food, good service and very friendly staff and atmosphere plus reasonable entertainment. You won't regret booking in here.The beach is a 60 second stroll away and they give you the beach towels,so don't bother packing them. On the downside the camera shop next to the hotel is a little expensive.He will be very nice and polite and sell you a digital camcorder saying he has honesty and morals.Top tip if you wish to buy a cheap item of this kind,use the internet cafe in the hotel to research models and prices.Do not let him stamp the gaurantee until you are happy as he will not refund or exchange.make sure you ask if he will exchange as he wont tell you he will but he will make you believe there is no problem.he is a very sneaky guy,beware.hotel=great, staff=great, service=great. don't forget to upgrade to all inclusive well worth it.
This hotel is excellent!!!
I went here last year with 2 of my friends and we had an excellent time!! The hotel was clean, food was excellent, staff were really friendly! I'm going to come back with my friends again. The clubs are in puerto rico and it doesn't cost much to go, by bus £1 and taxi £5-10. Staying here you get the best of both worlds, sight seeing in the day and raving at night. But if you only want to go raving then playa de ingles is best for you or maybe just stay at home!!! It was good to see their culture too! Being 19 at the time even though we're into the clubs we thought it would be best to see what the country has to offer otherwise whats the point on going, we got clubs here in London too!?!
i really had a bad experience at this hotel that iwould like to share with you holiday makers! i have stayed at taurito hotel about two years egothat particular night was very hot so i slept without any nightie on,i wake up in the middle of the night with the feeling that something was walking on me crippy,jump out of bed like a crayzy screaming like a mad turn on the light !find giant cocroach on bed , can you imagine how i felt after
Sun, Sea & Peace
If you want sun, beach and pool by day with undisturbed sleep at night, the Taurito Princess is worth considering (but avoid a first floor room directly above the evening entertainment). Whilst there is a beach is right next to the hotel, it is not the cleanest but there is a much better one a short bus ride away if thats important to you. Whilst the hotel is kept clean, the maintenance of some equipment could be better in a relatively expensive 4* hotel. We arrived to find a towel rail off the wall and it took over an hour for the bath water to drain away. They failed to clear the drain properly over our two week stay despite making us stay out of the bathroom completely for 22 hours while they tried acid with toxic fumes! We were offered another room but with our children in the adjoining one, preferred to stay where we were. With no window in bathroom or toilet, could have done with an extractor fan, as would have been required in UK. The lifts were not as reliable as they needed to be for the size of hotel. In the dining room, good food was frequently spoiled by failure to serve at right temperature and we often wished the vegetables in the evening could be as warm as the fruit juice in the morning! The room itself could get a bit too hot if seated near the serving area. Most waiters The long, narrow shape of the evening entertainment room means only a few people can get tables with a good view of the stage area and the atmosphere was too hot, smoky and stuffy for our taste. We didnt see enough to comment on the shows. The hotel courtesy bus is a very nice coach that can take you to the busy shopping centre in Puerto Rico or more attractive harbour and shops in Mogan. TIPS: Avoid the phone cards from Foto Taurito next door to the hotel as you only get 18 minutes (and we only got 15) for 12 Euros. The Mundophone card on sale in Mogan gives 71 mins for only 5 Euros! The Spar supermarket in Mogan is cheaper than the one in Taurito. The free Blanket Trip is basically a sales promotion for a Birmingham based bedding company and a shoe shop. If you get travel sick, take medication before Spirit of the Sea to see dolphins etc.
A lovely but aging hotel.
An elegant old lady who is starting to show a few wrinkles is how I would describe the Taurito Princess. The hotel is definitely showing some signs of wear and tear in the fixtures and fittings although not badly enough to spoil the holiday. The three lifts are very temperamental and you do need to be very patient but we were never without at least one working lift. The lifts seemed to work better in the cooler mornings and suffered with the heat like the humans. we were glad we were not on a high floor.The standard of cleaning in the hotel was good although a mid week change of bed linen would have been nice.
All towels supplied to us were very thin, some even had holes in them.The food in the restaurant was good although not brilliant. The meat and fish were very nice as were some of the salads but the cooked vegetables apart from potatoes could have been better. Also the same variety of cold soup was served every day and only two choices of hot soup in the week we were there. We found all the staff friendly and helpful although some nights in the salon Princess you had to wait a while to get served. We also enjoyed the entertainment and seeing the Drifters was a real trip down memory lane and the room was packed. The resort is quiet but it said that in the brochure and that is why we chose it. We didn't like Puerto Rico but Purto Morgan is lovely and easy to get to. We used the public bus service and it was fine.We went on the Yellow submarine and this trip was far better than we expected, the vip island tour - great- no shopping trips and no pressure to buy the video but the one trip you should try and budget for (approx £100.00 each) is the half hour helecopter trip - FANTASTIC. The air conditioning in our room worked very well although the public rooms got very hot. Travelling with air europa we didn't benifit from the special check in services in the Thompson Platinum deal and we have stayed in better 4* hotels that haven't had a special rating.My husband and I are often poorly when abroad and this time we had no health problems at all so that should say somthing good about the hotel and resort.We were on holiday from 11th to 18th August 2003. Weather very hot - between 36 to 40 degrees. Mr & Mrs T Brown Norfolk
Good Points: -. Hotel looks good from outside . Food is mostly Very Good . Hotel Baggage Check-In Good (Saves Time) . Nice Sea View from most RoomsBad Points:. Not Enough Staff, (especially Bar Areas) . One or Two rude Waiters in the Restaurant . Hotel Entertainment Mostly Bad, (80s Feel) . Bars/Clubs in Porto Rico are Crap, and full of Parents with Kids. . Pigeon Droppings on Balconys (Not cleaned) . Local people drive into Resort to use Hotel Pool . Dodgy Air-Con (in Most Rooms)Summary:Do not go if you enjoy lively Bars/Clubs, you will need to travel to Playa da Ingles which costs around £15 to £20 each way by Taxi. But if you are looking for a quiet break (and I mean quiet go for it)
Great Get Away
Beautiful spot for a relaxing vacation in the sun. Not overcrowded. The accomodations were nice and the hotel staff very friendly. The village of Mogan is much worth seeing and the restaurants along the harbour are wonderful. Friendly place to visit ...you will want to go back.
Great hotel this!!
This hotel was incredible!! I visited last year and am going back again this year (July 2003). The roms were very spacious and they (aswell as the rest of the hotel) were cleaned to the highest of standards. The beach is quiet and so relaxing you fall asleep!! The pool was cold but that is something you get used to as the sea is freezing forst thing in the morning. The food was good and the transfers were very interesting, particularly the friday market where everything is cheap!! I would recommend this hotel to anyone including family as the people make you feel incredibly welcome and the overall standard is amazing, definitely worthy of being a 4 star hotel, if not then a 5 star. I look forward to going in 2 weeks time!!!
Taurito Princess Review
Very clean hotel with lots to do. Not very far from the beach. Great excursions to other parts of Gran Canaria. Our best excursion was Camel Capers. Very good fun if u want to experiance something different. The beach is not very full and u can rent a sun lounger for 2 euros. Resturants around the hotel r very good and reasonable.
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... over the big climb and Martin shuttled to the top. He was so excited to get to take the downhill at full speed without me. He cycled on to lunch at 33.5 miles with elevation gains of 3815 ft and max speeds of 45 mph. Lunch was on the water in Playa de Mogan where we watched scuba, swimming and beach goers. It was a fantastic coastal paradise. We shuttled back to the hotel with me drinking lots of electrolytes. Our hotel room was the darkest room I ...
... of how the sand dunes were formed. It was such a peaceful way to end the day. Back at the hotel we enjoyed a special Christmas eve dinner prepared for us. We enjoyed salmon appetizer, lobster soup, cod for me, duck for martin and delicious gingerbread and ice cream. We shared dinner and wine with Roy and Billie. They own a home in Lake Toxaway NC in the area near Highlands. It was a lovely ...
... rock formations are very breath taking. We also discovered that these islands are the training rides for many of the professional cyclists. We saw several sets of pro cyclists headed up and down the big climbs. Martin looked and saw team sky, Tinkof Saxo, Movistar and Garmin Sharp were several of the riders we passed. Martin really enjoys the down hills so staying together was a bit difficult. Backroads provides turn by turn sheets but I did not ...
We left Saturday afteroon to go camping at Llano de La Pez, a camping site near Roque Nublo. It took us about 1 hour to 1.5 hours to get there, the roads were very curvy and bumpy, at one point we had to get out of the car and let it cool off because the engine was over heating. As soon as we arrived to camping site it started raining, so we set up the tents as fast as possible and took cover. The camp site was ...
... Candas, where David had a coffee and I had the local fruit drink which was a mix of papaya, orange and banana, absolutely lovely and refreshing. Whilst we were there we saw terrapins and iguanas and had a look around as well as take photos of the views,which already were spectacular. We then drove off further up into the mountains this time stopping at the Valley of St Nicholas where they grew tomatoes and bananas mostly to export, now we were getting ...