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Paradise Costa Taurito
Ranked #8 of 16 Hotels in Mogan
Reviewed 12 May 2016

Went to this hotel for 9 nights at the end of april as a substitute for Sharm.

The hotel did not disappoint, it was very good in every aspect.

Nice and peaceful surroundings, great pool area, very friendly staff and comfortable rooms.

The variety of food and drink on offer was also very good.

Didn't get round to using The Arena much but did try the Aqua Park and mini golf which were great fun.

Would definitely come back again!

Room Tip: Request Rooms 225 - 230 or 125 - 130 for quick pool access!
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  • Stayed: April 2016, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 20 April 2016 via mobile

Nice hotel, clean, staff friendly. Food poor for vegetarians not always clear which dishes have meat or fish in them. Games around the pool darts etc good fun. Pool very warm. Lukas from animation team very friendly knew everyone by name.

Stayed: April 2016, travelled as a couple
1  Thank lesley577
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Reviewed 20 April 2016

Yet again stayed at this hotel for a 2nd year, had a brilliant time. I travelled whilst being 5 months pregnant and was just the break I needed. The food quality had improved since the year before and also the entertainment. wouldn't hesitate to book again

Room Tip: High floor room
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  • Stayed: March 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank m_devenney
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Reviewed 9 April 2016

Unlike a previous review stating that "Not adults only!" I'd like to state that up until 1st April it is. I think they have confused the resort with the hotel as other hotels within this resort aren't. Our 18 year old son, who was in an adjoining room cannot be considered as a child.
We stay at this resort from 27th March until 6th April and had a loverly time. The staff, all of them, we're always smiling and always said "hola" (hello) everytime without fail. The rooms are cleaned daily and if as in our case I light bilb blow, after telling reception it was changed that day while we were out. We also asked for extra pillows, which they were happy to fulfill.
The food was lovely and it never ran out. It was continually being refilled and in some cases cooked in front of you. There was a wide selection of food, enough that you never had to eat the same meal twice.
The pool area was quite with its own bar, I have to admit that the Sangria at the pool bar is better than the Piano bar. We did lounge around the pool a lot and never once encountered screaming kids. The resort has a aqua park where families can go to keep there kids entertained.
All in all the Costa Taurito hotel is a lovely place to stay and will be going back.

Room Tip: Great for adjoining rooms.
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  • Stayed: March 2016, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Gary B
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Reviewed 7 April 2016

We have just returned from a 10 day HoIiday in this lovely hotel. From the moment we walked in to the minute we left the staff, reception, restaurant, bar staff,cleaners were all so hard working. It was spotlessly clean, all the staff work tirelessly to ensure you enjoy your stay. Nothing was too much trouble. The food was lovely, plenty of choice at all mealtimes, continually topped up so there was never a shortage of choice,particularly loved the sangria at the pool bar!!
Thankyou to all the staff at paradise Costa taurito to helping us enjoy our holiday so much!

Room Tip: For families an interconnected room is good, we had one for our son and it worked really well.
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  • Stayed: March 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 6 April 2016

We travelled here March 22nd for one week I had contacted the hotel direct and low cost holidays to make sure this was adult only. They both confirmed that it was until the 1st of April. I asked even though Easter was during our stay. YES they both confirmed. You guessed it was not. I tried to call low cost holidays but of course it was Easter. I asked to speak to the Manger of the hotel three times I was told he was very busy and would make contact via letter under our door. This never happened. The only entertainment was in the valley with the other resort hotels. The entertainment was terrible and of course the valley was full of family's with children. Not the adult only holiday we had booked. The food was excellent no fault there. The hotel is 2* at best the rooms dated the bath was cracked. Dressing table had no mirror and the varnish was peeling off. The pool bar guy was the only guy to smile. Animation guy was lovely but only activity suitable was Aqua gym and this was only once during our stay. Hubby did shooting once. Would we stay here again... Not a chance in hell!

  • Stayed: March 2016, travelled as a couple
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Thank ashley07Suffolk
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Reviewed 5 April 2016

Although we’re very, very senior citizens we do enjoy our retirement taking as many holidays and jolly’s worldwide that we can afford throughout the year while we’re still physically able. However, this is the first ‘adult only hotel’ that we’ve stayed in and if it’s anything to go by it’ll be the last
If you’re looking for a very extremely quiet hotel then this is the place for you
The hotel is clean, bedrooms are a decent size, however, the fridge is a waste of time as there are 2 bottles of water that don’t get replenished and you’re not permitted to fill the bottles at the pool bar or dining room. Come on management get a life, this is supposed to be AI!!! On the last evening of our holiday I was standing in a queue at the bar as the people in front were stocking up on drinks, when i tried to place an order i was told that it was past 23:00 and the AI drinks had stopped. Admittedly it wasn’t the regular guy who’d been very pleasant on the evenings that we stayed in the Lobby bar that resembled a retirement home. Apparently there had been too many complaints about the noise from some guest’s in the past and they only have live entertainment on a Wednesday evening for about an hour which was a duo on the evening that we stayed in the hotel.
As there are 3 Paradise hotels in close proximity the animation teams pool their resources to put on shows in the Arena Plaza that is centrally located. Although they work extremely hard the end product can only be described as very poor and inept miming to backing tapes. Furthermore, the seating area is very uncomfortable with wooden picnic bench-tables
There were a couple of professional dance/acrobatic shows during our ten day stay but nothing to get excited about. As you are totally cut off in the cove the only alternative is a bus into Puerto Rico (1.40 Euro) which has bars close to the bus station which are not yet in full swing. If you’re prepared to travel an hour on the same bus then give Playa del Inglés (3.90 Euro) a try or better still bock your holiday in this lively resort. A visit to the Friday market in Puerto de Mogán is also recommended where you can take the glass bottom boat to Puerto Rico (6 Euro) which we did on the Monday then spent the afternoon looking around the town before catching the bus back to the morgue.
As you can gather from this review we do like to be entertained on holiday but unfortunately the criticism not only applies to this AI resort but the mime shows seem to becoming the norm in most AI holidays. Unfortunately unless you’re willing to jump on a bus there’s no escaping them in Taurito as there are no bars other that what you find in the Hotels.
I won’t go into any further detail about the Paradise Costa Taurito as Kllouise1’s review concisely sums up what i would have added and I wouldn’t want to be accused of plagiarism LOL
Would we stay here again…no not in a million years .However, the resort would be really great for a family holiday especially for children who are old enough to be allowed in the water park unaccompanied but i don’t think that this particular hotel would be suitable for families with young children.
After 2 days we asked to be moved from room 201 which is directly over the Lobby bar, not because of noisy revellers but the scrapping of chairs on the tiled floor at 6:30 in the morning caused by the cleaning ladies. The young lady on reception very kindly obliged and moved us to a room further down the corridor
In summary, should have looked at the reviews more closely before booking, the hotel is okay but not for us. Scoring this hotel with 4 stars is rather generous but overall it's a nice clean hotel but too quiet and the AI is probably the blandest that we’ve experienced. A little tweaking could make this hotel really great; the 11pm bar closing time should’ve have been an indication of what was to come. BTW I don’t drink Alcohol but do get pleasure from being in the company of people who enjoy socialising. Finishing on a positive comment I found Lukas from the animation team to be very pleasant and polite as were the reception staff, plus the weather was absolutely brilliant.

  • Stayed: March 2016, travelled as a couple
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Address: Calle Alcazaba No. 1 | Playa de Taurito, Mogán, 35138, Mogan, Gran Canaria, Spain
Region: Spain > Canary Islands > Gran Canaria > Mogan
Bar / Lounge Beach Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room Restaurant Shuttle Bus service Spa Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#4 On the Beach Hotel in Mogan
#6 Luxury Hotel in Mogan
#8 Spa Hotel in Mogan
Price Range: $166 - $260 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Paradise Costa Taurito 4*
Number of rooms: 96
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