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Mogan Princess Hotel, Puerto Morgan
The Mogan Princess is a new facility, situated off Playa de Taurito in a beautiful location. It is 1.5km from the beach and the lovely attractions offered by the Puerto Mogan and it offers a quiet, more relaxing holiday than those sought in the busier resorts. A free shuttle service operates to transport guests tomore
Would never return!! - Ali Rose. Date of travel: Dec 2010
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The road to hotel is no more than a dirt track. No railings or pavements that are safe. Hotel is boring with no facilities at all for the over 45's. Night entertainment is for under 10's with a boring cabaret at 10.15 for adults. Food was quite good and staff helpful.My husband wanted to watch a football match but there was no tv or screen available.It rained for 2 days whilst we were there so the pool area closed meaning that there was nowhere else to go except back to our chairless room. We were all inclusive and found that the Taurito Princess Hotel opposite used the same wrist bands and sunbed towels as the Mogan...guess where we spent all our time! Taurito Princess and Mogan Princess are part of the same group so if you want to book one of these, go to taurito, a good 4* than mogan more like a 3*
I thought it was the best holiday I had ever been on - Francesca Ridley. Date of travel: Mar 2007
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I had great fun at the Mogan Princess, I thought the staff were very kind and friendly, I enjoyed the games and water sports during the day and the mini disco and entertainment at night. I thought the accommodation was also very good, the beds were comfy and the rooms were rather spacious.
The Mogan Princess rocked for us - Gary & Di Taylor, Eddie and Yvonne Brady. Date of travel: Sep 2006
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We visted the Mogan Princess 23 September -1 October 2006 as a party of two couples on a half board basis. If you want a hotel that you can wander out of the front door and into crowded streets full of bars, resturants and bumping nightlife don't even consider the Mogan Princess. Built into a craggy rockface (estimate 400-500 ft above sea level) the hotel overlooks other hotels and is a good 20-25 minute walk to the black sand and shingle beach below. There are a handful of bar resturants on the small playa there but none of them intrigued us enough to want to use them as evening entertainment. However, better beaches with a selection of bars and eateries are only a 15-20 Euro return cab ride away at Playa de Cura or in the opposite direction at Puerto Mogan (great Friday market there). So, having dealt with the limitations of the location, we do give the stunning view out over the Atlantic Ocean (all rooms have seaviews) a big 10 out of 10. In fact, only the most hard to please could find fault with the spectacular vista over Taurito to the harbour of Puerto Morgan. The hotel, which was completed in 2002, is naturally modern and stylish in design and our room was as spacious as any we could remember in 30 previous holidays to similar beach resorts. Although our room was not a suite with kitchenette it did have a fridge/minibar. All the furnishings are tastefully employed with plenty of wardrobe and storage. Our marble tiled bathroom boasted both bath and walk-in-shower which was handy for getting ready in a hurry. What often makes or breaks a hotel holiday is the food. Here again, the Mogan Princess rated very highly with our party. Both the quantity, in terms of the range on offer, and the freshness and quality of the food were excellent. OK, there was the night when one soup selection was cold but, minor slip ups aside, we were impressed. From cold cuts to a nightly selection of fish, pasta, red meat, fresh vegetables and salad to various sweets desserts and cheeseboard. What also pleased was that the staff cared and there was obvious outward signs from the management that they wanted the best for there guests. A criticism that could be leveled at certain reception and bar staff was one of occasional short tempers. In fairness they were often understaffed and receptionists the world over do take it upon themselves to conduct themselves in a firm way which can be misunderstood by the person on the other side of the counter. One area that contributed greatly to our overall enjoyment were the daytime activities. Whilst a usual feature at most hotels we have stayed at, the opportuinty to participate in archery, rifle shooting, shuttle board and a dozen other games and fun competitions was so gently offered to us that for the first time in years we (our party of 4) took part. More than that, Yves and his team soon had us hooked and we were quickly on first name terms with 20 or so fellow competitors from all over the UK, Spain and Germany. Thanks to you all for hours of laughs. The evening entertaiment was fun but the acts were a bit old hat and certainly needs to be reviewed if the Mogan Princess wishes to portray a modern and progressive resort hotel. In conclusion, holiday's are often only as good as the staff and guests you come into contact with and as a consequence our week was pretty amazing.
Puerto Mogan + Taurito - Ben and Louise. Date of travel: Feb 2006
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Fabulous! Tour Operator: Bookable Holidays
The Mogan Princess hotel - M. Gillian. Date of travel: Jan 2006
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Stunnign views and great staff - just a bit of a mission with the lifts and the dark hallways - stumbled to our rooms a few times (and not because of drinking too much!). lots of stairs to climb and pretty busy buses to the beach. Had gerat time at the market in Porta Mogan - pretty little place. nice and quiet here, relaxing and none of the rowdy clubbers we've heard dominate at Playa del Ingles etc.
I hated this hotel - Catherine Pye. Date of travel: Nov 1999
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If you are scared of heights like I am The Morgan Princess is not for you. A lift (glass) to the fourth floor then 89 open steps,yes, in the open, to my room is what we had to climb every time we needed to return and desending...well frightening to say the least!! The staff and holiday rep. were not helpful and much too busy. The layout of this hotel should be explained in the holiday brochure then I wouldn't have wasted my precious holiday vacation time or money and would have chosen another destination. The best part of this holiday was the flight home, oh and the sunshine, I feel that if it had been raining those steps would have been treacherous and we would have got soaked everytime we left our room!
 
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4-Star Hotels
Cordial Mogan Playa Hotel | * * * * * |
Mogan Princess Hotel | * * * * * |
Costa Taurito Hotel | * * * * * |
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Balcon De Taurito Apartments | * * * * * |
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