TUI BLUE 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.
The stylish TUI BLUE Suite Princess 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. This hotel was previously part of our TUI SENSIMAR range.
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 about 15 minutes away.
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- 1 Building
- 9 Floors
- 304 Rooms
- 6 Lifts
Hotels designed for adults
- Contemporary style
- Top dining scenes
- Great settings
- A focus on wellbeing
- Low-key entertainment
- Attentive service
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Late continental breakfasts 10.00-12.00. Weekly gala dinner. 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 will be in your room when you arrive and you can change them once a week, free of charge.
The wellness centre includes a sauna and fitness room, which comes with basic equpment.
There are show cooking stations so you can watch dishes being made to order, plus there's local cuisine to try. Special diets can be catered for - please advise the head waiter. There is a dress code for the restaurant. Men can wear smart shorts when dining, but leave the swimwear, flip-flops and sports vests in your room.
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Deluxe Junior Suite with Sea View and Balcony or Terrace►
These deluxe junior suites have a fresh new look, following a refurbishment in 2017.
Junior Suite with Sea View, Garden View and Terrace►
These junior suites have a fresh new look, following a refurbishment in 2017.
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Quiet and restful place
Taurito is a nice small resort close to Puerto de Mogan but since the road is closed it takes 10 minutes with bus. The beach is lovely, clean water and black sand. The hotel has high profile and ambitions. The Room was good, big comfortable beds and lovely balcony with beatiful view to the ocean. This is a all-inclusive hotel which is on the negative side. Very big and noicy restaurant, with all people Picking in the food it is not hygienic. We got sick one day, and night😱the food is well prepared but quite tasteless. The Wine included is very simple, doesnt taste bad but not nice to drink one week. The staff were serviceminded overall.More
A first holiday away at Christmas and arrived at the hotel and greeted with glass of fizz and checked in and staff were warm and friendly. Our room on the 1st floor was lovely and I was pleasantly surprised as it was so modern, clean and had small bottle of wine, water in the fridge and nuts and chocs to welcome us which I thought was a nice touch. We also had a safe in the wardrobe which was very easy to use with a card each time you needed to use it. Dressing gown and slippers also along with bathing towels which you could change when you needed to at the shop within the hotel. The bathroom although updated felt a bit disjointed to the bedroom and was all that let our room down but walk in shower was nice and had a powerful shower and towels were changed when required and all was cleaned so we'll each day so have to say the maid service was excellent. There was no need to queue for a table when we were there but as we got into the holiday and it got closer to the new year there was more difficult to get a table. There was also lots of food to choose from each day but have to say that the food at lunch up by the pool was much better and a far higher standard and this was pretty much the same throughout our stay as there was so much choice and the quality and presentation was far higher than in the main restaurants, we spoke to a few there and they said the same. Always plenty of choice of food and afternoon cakes at 4pm were amazing.. Plenty of choice of drinks and felt that you could always have what you wanted and piano bar chilling after dinner was lovely and bar staff were always warm and friendly, just wish I could of got my partner up to waltz with me more often.. You had the opportunity to use the new restaurant which was up by the pool once during your stay and the food there was really good and nice to be waited on for one of the nights which made a change. The restaurant is new and standard of the decor and food was good although we found the service here wasn't very friendly and felt like they thought they were doing us a favour. I wasn't keen on the other entertainment room as it felt like a kids area at Butlins and there never seemed to be anything going on in there and that room lacked atmosphere. There was an entertainment programme so managed to do some meditation and yoga whilst I was there and as I took my gym kit I used the gym which was good. We went on an island trip which we booked through the Tui rep and although the trip was good the place they took us for food was awful, it was worse than something you would give your pet and the staff were rude to us when we asked if we could buy a couple of drinks instead of having the wine on the table. We read the reviews on the place and most people said the same, the trip is so good so don't be out off but would ask if you could give the food on offer a miss as you could buy better in a local store. We went to the Aloe Vera plantation as well which was very good. I did notice at night that although there was a dress code people ignored it which I think needs addressing as these people are ruining the class of the hotel, it has high standards and I think they need to make sure these don't slip as doesn't hurt anyone to dress to a high standard for dinner, New year I think men should make an effort and the hotel should insist on a dinner jacket, it does say it's a requirement. We made an effort and sets a standard especially for New Year. It's an adult hotel so why would you wear shorts to dinner!!!!! Would I go back here, yes I would I think they are still upgrading this from a family hotel to couples so hopefully next year these minor things may have improved. It's a shame the road has been closed to Mogan due to a landslide as we would of walked here a few times, although the hotel does put on a bus each day but only gives you a few hours there and think you could spend a day there, taxi cost is around 20 euros each way. We had no other costs whilst we was there and so lovely having the beach so close but very little to do here. When we checked out once again staff on reception were very friendly. A thoroughly enjoyable holiday and hope to return this year so hope it keeps its standards high...More
Spent 3 weeks here over Christmas. Management and staff are wonderful. Carmen kept our room spotless-thank you. Love our room, love this hotel and location but Tui Blue have spoilt it. The standards have dropped. Breakfast is great-loads of choice. Lunch is dreadful and dinner not much better. We are not keen on the dress code-"smart" shorts ok but the men wearing shorts at dinner wouldn't know what "smart" means. Many wore the same shorts to dinner that they had worn all day and in some cases a few days. Baseball caps in the restaurant are an insult to other guests-very rude. We feel that this is not worthy of the 5* rating given by Tui Blue-it is more like 3*plus We have been coming for many years but unless the standards improve it is very doubtful that we shall return. This seems to be the consensus of many of the regular guests we meet up with at Christmas.More
Basic 4 star
We arrived for New Year’s Eve - the staff really tried and dinner was good - the buffet dinner every night is very similar fish - rice - pasta - salad - cheeses - lunch is same . Breakfast staff didn’t want to be there - I think they are over worked so not in very pleasant smiley mood . Rooms are clean and very basic my husband and I paid extra for Delux room but didn’t look any different from the room my son had which was included, that was waste of money! Towels and sheets are well used they are old . Pillows are not very comfortable even though they say they have menu for pillows well I called asked for a soft pillow I got the hardest pillow you can imagine! If you don’t go premium on your room - take your own coffee as the coffee in the room is not very nice. Nice shop selling swimwear and beachwear - Sven the owner he is great and he knows his stuff. Had few massage was good as it was January- was to cold to have a massage by the pool and in the room was colder - there is no heating in the rooms so rooms are chilly. Do go to Porto Mogán good little port nice Resturant’s try basil bistro the food was excellent all the restaurants on that side are nice. Taxi from hotel to Porto Mogán is about 18-20 euro. Hotel Pool is nice clean beds are not bad adequate! Pool Towels you can change them twice a week which is not very hygienic. I didn’t go in the pool but I am told one side is heated and the other side is not. One side of the bar is piano bar and the other side they have different shows every night! The place is not for young couple might be boring for them. The reps that they do the day and night activities are great they do try hard to include every one. Hope all this info is useful. Will I go back ! I think NOT!More
We decided to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary (New Year's Eve) with an all inclusive break with our daughter somewhere warm. Although quite expensive (accept the time of year), our choice could not have been better. The hotel, staff, food, facilities were all superb. The evening entertainment was a bit weak at times, but the sax player was brilliant. Would definitely recommend. Would also go again, but at a cheaper time of year.More
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