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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Just had a week at this hotel and could not fault it in any way. The suites are lovely, well maintained and very clean. Restaurants are excellent. Great food, good wine. Service was superb. The staff seem to enjoy working here, nothing is too much trouble. Heated pool was great. Plenty of sun beds and not too close together. Evening entertainment was some of the best I have experienced anywhere. We will definitely be returning. Highly recommended.More
Going downhill ( but no snow ! )
This is our third visit but we have only seen negatives since it became Blue Tui. No sangria or cava on tap. No help yourself to soft drinks or coffee, you have to q up at the bar and therefore have to put a top on before going in. No teatime snacks apart from tuna or cakes. Filthy mugs in bedroom, only cleaned after we left a note for maids. Sheets and towels only changed when we asked on 5th day. Entertainment- no words can describe anything so dire. Hotel is clean and well kept but the food is pretty average. Sunbed saddos out there at 7 in the dark putting their towels out, if you are one of these and you are reading this , dont do it, there is no need, stay in bed and relax . The staff dont care, maybe they remove the saddos towels if they do this in high season. Good local bus services and cheap too. We won't return. More
All inclusive high standard hotel
Taurito is a sunny place with little clouds and rain. In mid January there was sun at the hotel from 10:40 until a beautiful sunset at 6:30. There is a beautiful beach right by the hotel. The hotel has big rooms, very service minded staff and excellent food. There are two pools, one a bit colder than the other. Plenty on sunbeds by the pools. Since this is an adults only hotel, it's quiet and and nice for couples.More
3rd time here, but....
we have just returned from our third visit to the suite princess which is now owned by TUI apparently and you can notice small changes around the hotel ...not all for the better... although some are... it is good that you now have waiter service for drinks in the bars of a day and evening rather and queues, and special thanks must go to Tomas who made us laugh every night in the piano bar... it wasn't so good without Nicky the pianist though!! not sure what happened to him but the ones they've got as his replacement are nowhere near as good as Nicky ...they also taken away some of the help yourself drinks like wine sangria and slush...there was talk of them even removing the beer pump within a couple of weeks while they're decorating which will only leave you soft drinks to help yourself from... restaurant is still much the same tables very very close together and although we tried every meal time to try and find an end table where we weren't bothered by any neighbours sitting near... one night we did have to share in the what I would call cafeteria tables, and the people next to us were staring and looking and made you feel like you were in a zoo !!!so to me that is the most important change that tui need to look at is sorting the table areas... tables for two that are private and even turning the tables on their side like other four and five-star hotels we've been to ...they also seem to have turned the thermostat down on the heated pool because it's nowhere near as hot as it used to be... most of the rooms have been renovated now we were on the fourth floor this time we've been on 2 and 3 and now 4 but apparently the rooms in 6 and 8 are yet to be refurbished... we ended up having a free taxi transfer from TUI because they changed our flight to 6 hours later which was a good thing because it took 45 minutes to get there rather than the 2 hours in the coach, which enabled us to have dinner on our first night.. and coming back it only took 25 minutes so unless you like travelling around and looking at all the other places and pickups for one and two people on a bus for 2 hours ...that's going left and right and left and right.... then I suggest you get a taxi either through tui or from the hotel which they charged €65 each way.. on the whole we did have a lovely holiday the weather was so gorgeous... I hadnt been well the year before and this time I was ok which really wiped those bad memories out, as I didn't want to go back there... we had originally booked with Thomas Cook to go to Tenerife instead but as Thomas Cook went, we ended up having to try and find somewhere on the same day to fly as we got a pre night hotel booked ...so we decided we would go back but I did have reservations... But overall we would consider going back again in the future.More
Resort now looking tired after visiting here several times. Hotel food and staff still fantastic but rooms need modernisation. Beds comfortable but still plain white covers. Entertainment is poor for a 4T hotel. The only good act, 3 tenors, only sang for 30 mins. The piano bar has lost Nikki and his replacement(s) are so out of date. Nikki would have played classical numbers and modern music. He would have heard of "The Greatest Showman" and other shows. We were refused entry to the dining room on our first night. The flight and baggage were delayed and there was only 8 of us who had arrived on that flight. We got to the restaurant at 9.40 but we were refused entry yet we saw people leaving the restaurant after 10pm. We only wanted a snack! Food was excellent as usual as was the drinks served. No watered down drinks here! the outdoor areas were spotlessly clean as was the hotel itself.More
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