Hotel THe Valle Taurito

This impressive beach resort enjoys a prime location on the south west coast of Gran Canaria, only 70 m away from Taurito beach and 5 km from the charming Puerto de Mogán, where guests can find many restaurants and bars with some typical local specialities. The tourist centre of Puerto Rico and its beautiful beach and shops are only 10 km from the hotel and the nearest public transport links are just 100 m away. Set in a 6-storey building with a beautiful architecture based on local materials such as wood and natural stone, the hotel offers very modern guest rooms, boasting a tasteful décor and a furnished balcony where guests may unwind and breathe some fresh air while enjoying a partial or front sea view. Travellers may enjoy several activities in and outside the hotel such as water sports, tennis, golf or just lying on the pool loungers while sipping a delicious cocktail. In addition to this, the property features a fully-equipped spa, where guests will enjoy a complete world of relaxation and may indulge themselves with a huge variety of treatments.Please note the guest have access to the water park during the whole stay except for the day of check out.

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    Kids pool
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    Kids play area
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    Water slides



Playa de Taurito, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands

Address: 35138, Alhambra, Urbanización Taurito, S/N, Las Palmas De Gran Canaria, Canary Islands

Phone: +34928565263


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A 5* 4* hotel! Don’t believe everything you read!

May 2022 | jargonpardon

I read a lot (and I mean a lot) of reviews about this hotel, having not chosen it ourselves as we travelled in a group I was a bit unsure about it. Even the positive reviews seemed to share the same negative points. Once I started looking at it as the 4* hotel it is, and stopped comparing it to other 5* resorts I’d been to previously, I started to notice that it’s actually a really lovely resort. What I read: “The drinks are terrible” - they definitely weren’t terrible, the soft drinks are very strong and sugary, but in that case, just ask for the diet ones…I’d read that the beer is rubbish and I’m no beer connoisseur but I actually thought it was quite nice (it’s Mahou) the Sangria is lovely, the wine is well…all inclusive wine…so do with that what you will, the spirits also seemed fine, we had rum & coke and liked it. The premium drinks (JD, Baileys etc) are all discounted for All Inc guests anyway so it’s pretty cheap to get better ones if you’re really fussy. I did read the Cava was nice, had it and it wasn’t for me, so I suppose that tells you not to believe what you read. “The food is all lukewarm” we really didn’t notice this at all, even at the later end of the serving time, nothing seemed cold and the chips are frequently replaced with fresh ones so I don’t really understand where that opinion comes from. “Staff are unfriendly” you don’t really see much of the staff to be honest, check in does take forever because there’s only one person on it so if you’re on a busy transfer it can take a while to get sorted, but they do speak English. The kitchen staff are very attentive and clear tables quickly, but they do ask you if you’re finished before whipping your plate away, but if you leave your drinks unattended they’ll be gone! But this is only because a lot of people seem to just waste drinks anyway. “You’re not allowed inflatables in the pool” correct, the lifeguard does stop you, once he goes home at 5/6pm you can use them, and you quickly see why they’re not allowed as it causes chaos in the pool, the kids have a great time, but the rule is there to keep the pool nice and calm I think, but you are allowed to use them in the water park. “You’re given a time slot for the restaurant” this has stopped now, and each serving time is decent, at least 2 hours per meal. We really liked the food, it changed everyday for lunch and dinner, but some things were always there, something was always breaded/battered and there’s always a couple of pizzas on, so if you’re fussy you’ll be okay, and the other stuff was always really tasty. The salad bar was really good, but watch out, the olives aren’t pitted! Then there’s a self serve drink station for soft drinks and a tap for wine and beer. The pool bar has snacks throughout the day, burgers, nuggets, hot dogs etc. I think they make sandwiches out of the leftover bread from breakfast which is nice because it feels less wasted, then whatever pastries are left. It’s just snacks so I didn’t expect them to be amazing but they’re eatable. It really is a spotless hotel, it smells lovely and clean as you come in, you can tell the maids take pride in their work, the rooms are thoroughly cleaned and they even roll up your chargers and tidy them up for you. The rooms are huge, all have a pool/sea view. Wifi is decent and free. The lifts take forever to reach floors so you’re probably better taking the stairs. The resort centre is lovely, it’s small and quiet, everything is a 2 minute walk away and the main part is blocked off to cars so it’s nice and safe, the little shops are reasonably priced for souvenirs etc. There’s a kids’ disco over in the arena opposite to the hotel at 8pm to knacker them out, then some sort of entertainment for adults, it’s not great, but the atmosphere is good and you can still use your all inclusive at the bar there (the benches are a bit uncomfortable though) The activities for kids in the arcade are all fairly priced, €5 for pedal karts, €3-€6 for bowling etc. We only used the water park once where the beds are free (€3 for a parasol) as it’s included in your all inc, but you have to pay for drink and snacks. When people say it’s salty they really mean it, it has a shallow end that slopes like a beach which is nice for kids to paddle in, so it’s nice and clean etc, but the water really does burn on the slides so after that we just stuck to the hotel because the kids didn’t like it enough to tolerate it, you can literally scrape off salt as it dries off. The hotel pool is a really pleasant temperature once you’ve done a leap of faith to get your shoulders in. If you’re a family who wants everything nearby, this place is great. If you’re a couple who wants to explore, you’ll need busses and taxis, but it’s so pleasant and quiet. I recommend for families and people who just want to sit and relax! Top tip: if you’re a big-ish group you might be better off paying for a private transfer as a 35 minute drive was nearly 2 hours for us with just 5 stops.

Not 4 star and certainly not family friendly

Apr 2022 | robfO2024TJ

Shocking staff at reception and poolside really needs customer service lessons their facilities not all inclusive at all no entertainment at the hotel only in the outside area of hotel on very uncomfortable benches, food very disappointed with considering a 4 star hotel and our room was definitely not old worn and dirty stained walls and furniture , very disappointing holiday!!!!

Brilliant holiday!

Apr 2022 | Jaf11

Was worried this holiday might not be as good as it looked but the hotel and water park were amazing! Inflatables are allowed in the water park so make sure you bring yours with you. If you don’t you can buy them in the resort but not sure on the quality. As some people have said yes the water park is salt water but so what??? It is a bit tired in parts, it’s not brand new so that’s what happens. Considering it is included in the hotel stay it is brilliant, my kids loved it. It isn’t heated but once your in it’s fine. The water you drink in the hotels does have a gloopy consistency to it so we bought bottled €2.99 for 8 litres. The hotel was lovely and as others have said was constantly being cleaned. I do agree that the reception needs more staff as the check in process isn’t the quickest because they give you a lot of info. We realised that you can walk to Mogan over the top of the mountain if you don’t mind following some little foot paths and going past some pushed over barriers to prevent pedestrians walking on the closed road. The road to Mogan closed in 2017 because of a land slip so it is a long drive to get there. We hired a pedal boat with a slide for €20 for a hour that was great fun. Also did banana boat ride and jet skiing. Food was always good in the hotel. Yes it does get a bit repetitive but it must be hard feeding all those people day in day out.

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