This holiday complex enjoys an enviable setting amidst the unspoilt, luxuriant valley of Mogan. The complex is located within easy access of a host of attractions in the area. Guests will find themselves just a short distance away from the picturesque fishing harbour and marina of Puerto Mogan. Shopping opportunities are also to be found nearby. The hotel is located just 200 metres away from links to the public transport network. This stunning resort represents a Canarian village, featuring 9 buildings which each enjoy a stunning architectural design. The apartments are beautifully appointed, offering a relaxing setting in which to unwind at the end of the day. Guests can enjoy a leisurely stroll throughout the resort's 10,000 m² sub-tropical garden area. The hotel offers a wide range of exemplary facilities and services.

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2 Nights Bed & Breakfast

from £183 per person

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Bed & Breakfast

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Facilities

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    Kids pool
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    Gym
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    Air-con
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    Kids play area
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    Outdoor pool
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    Pool

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Puerto de Mogan, Gran Canaria, Canary Islands

Address: 35138, Avda de Los Marrero, 2, Playa De Mogán, Canary Islands

Phone: +34828721147

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The New Year at Cordial Mogan Playa

Jan 2022 | old_Edinburgh
The Cordial Mogan Playa looked stunning with its Christmas decorations. The receptionists were extremely helpful and logged us in to wifi on our devices. There was a large variety of food at breakfast. The only slight niggle was that we had to take turns to stay at the table so that our plates of food were not removed while we went to the coffee machine etc. We went to the Gala dinner on New Year’s Eve which was an amazing buffet. The fireworks at midnight were impressive, too. After-dinner drinks from the lobby bar were always reasonably priced. Every night there was entertainment downstairs at 9.30. It was good that everyone used face masks in the hotel. However there seemed to be no other restrictions and we could forget the misery of covid at home by not watching UK television. Thank you to all staff for their kindness.

Something for everyone

Jan 2022 | HowardK951
Ticks every box. Family friendly or romantic couples, adults only or kids clubs. The welcome drinks set the scene for a hotel with every facility and a team of wonderful staff who don’t stop smiling and being courteous and charming. Suggest the B&B option as the port area has a wonderful choice of restaurants (avoid the beach side eateries). Ultra clean, superb breakfast and the choice of the quiet adults only or family pools.

Almost perfect - just a few niggles

Jan 2022 | trevort822
This is a BIG hotel. It has just under 487 rooms, that’s more than 1,000 guests when busy. However, the architect has been clever in the way he manages to disguise the vastness of the complex dividing it up into a number of smaller buildings giving a more intimate, almost village, feel. Rarely do you feel that you are staying is what is, in fact, a huge tourist factory. But that ‘factory’ manages to pull-off a few stunning tricks. Firstly the staff are exceptional – cheerful, friendly, welcoming and efficient. There’s great emphasis on customer service – one can only assume they have a first-class training programme but it’s not artificial smiles, it really does feel as if they really do care. Staff can not be faulted. The food’s pretty good too. The choice and quality are excellent. At no time did courses run out – whatever time you arrived to eat the full selection was available and that selection was very impressive. Lobster tails, whole salmon, petit fours with caviare, delicious beef wellington, duck and more cheeses and cooked meats than you could ever want. The food on offer would not disgrace Harrods’ food hall. The hotel makes great play of the botanical gardens – I had assumed this was over-enthusiastic brochure speak but the gardens are truly impressive and provide a ‘soft’ backdrop and are used to break up what otherwise would be a vast area of concrete. The plants are clearly well attended although we never saw a gardener. There is imaginative integration with the volcanic lava which created the islands. But, I hear you ask, is this the perfect hotel, is nothing wrong? To be honest it gets most things right - I’d score it at more than 90%, but there are a few niggles. Breakfast can be chaotic, especially when the hotel’s busy. The staff do their best to clear and relay tables but struggle to keep up. When it’s busy you will have to cruise the dining room searching for a spare table. Once found, the breakfast choice is vast. You won’t be disappointed by the food on offer… either quantity or quality. The grounds are cleverly divided into small areas so you can have a lounger around the pool but be in your own small space. The hotel has a rule which bans reserving loungers but it is pretty much ignored, which is a pity. When we were there the dominant nationality was German – a few French, slightly fewer Brits and a sprinkling of other nationals. It’s a cliché but the Germans did tend to ‘bag’ the poolside loungers despite there being signs and copious notes telling them not to. This is an area where the hotel management needs to toughen up. Tricky, I know – they don’t want to upset guests – but if they have a rule it needs enforcing otherwise there’s no point. The hotel has a fine dining a la carte restaurant. We were disappointed to discover it was fully booked for the duration of our stay before we had even arrived. Our room had a balcony but it was unusable for much of the time because smoke from our neighbours made the balcony unpleasant. Maybe there should smoking and non-smoking balconies so those who want to smoke are all in the same area while those who do not want to passive smoke and be guaranteed clean air. The wifi was fragile – I never did manage to get it to work. The TV carries cable services for many stations across Europe but the UK terrestrial stations (BBC, ITV, Channel 4) arrive by an internet link. That link frequently failed but BBC News 24 and Sky News were reliable. My advice? A great hotel, but visit off season when the hotel’s not busy. Try to get one of the few junior suites which have more room, separate breakfast dining and a proper double bed. If that’s not possible try to check which way your room faces – it’s a trade off between pool views (and possibly noise) or grounds, some of which overlook the adjacent shopping centre and car park. Not so good. In summary; great hotel, exceptional food and staff but avoid peak times when it can be a bit of a bun-fight.