With three pools, two restaurants and one private beach, the numbers really add up at this hotel.
This place neighbours the Fiesta Athenee Palace, and you can use the facilities at both hotels. The whole complex nudges up to a private patch of beach, where wooden bathing platforms lead you over the pebbles into the sea.
The Fiesta Garden Beach is surrounded by tropical gardens, and has a real away-from-it-all setting. The nearest shops and restaurants are in Campofelice di Roccella, around 10 minutes' drive away. And you can reach well-known Cefalu in 25 minutes.
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Food & Drink
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Full Board buffet meals in main restaurant and weekly beach barbecue. Tea and coffee 16.00-17.00. Select local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. Minibar with water and soft drinks in room, restocked every 2 days. Snacks and ice-cream 10.00-18.00 during March, May, and from mid-October.
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Three outdoor pools
The three pools take centre centre stage here. They're surrounded by tropical gardens and are lined with sunbeds and parasols.
You'll be able to use the indoor pool at the sister hotel, Fiesta Antenee Palace - it's got a whirlpool bath, too.
La Himera restaurant
Featuring a hot and cold buffet style breakfast, daily lunch menu and buffet style dinner, La Himera specialises in local, Mediterranean and international cuisine. A Sicilian theme night with live music is staged once a week, and you can take your meals al fresco on the terrace, too.
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Pleasantly decorated with cream walls and tiled flooring the twin rooms sleep up to four. You'll have air-conditioning/heating, as well as some outside space with a balcony or terrace.
superior twin room
Located in the main building, the superior twin rooms sleep up to four. They come with air-conditioning and heating along with views of the garden from your balcony or terrace.
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Disappointing return to Fiesta Garden
We returned to this hotel after a ten year gap,it hasn't changed much but now parts of it are getting a bit tired,needs some TLC. We travelled with Thomsons and due to a landslide on the main north to south motorway,we had to take a detour through the mountains. Be aware this is not particularly pleasant,many on the bus were very apprehensive on the narrow roads and very deep valleys. The other motorway to Cefalu goes from Catania via Messina and takes slightly longer but lovely scenery and no mountains. We had a Superior Room which cost extra,but I cannot figure out how it could be classified as superior,it was Very poor quality and our supposed garden view turned out to the top of two chopped off trees and the roofs of nearby houses.!!!!. Food was adequate,staff were generally helpful but kept very busy. Special mention to Fabio and Gianpietro In the dining room. A good 3 Star hotel,would not return.More
sandysherry1, Dumfries, United Kingdom
Fantastic two week holiday with lovely staff
We visited this hotel in late June and stayed All-Inclusive for two weeks. Although we arrived around midnight, staff were happy to show us to our room before leading us to the restaurant, where a small cold buffet was provided. Any issues we had were resolved efficiently and in a friendly manner. For example, we decided to upgrade our room on arrival, and this was dealt with very swiftly. Rooms were extremely clean and very modern, with great balcony views. There was a slight issue with the shower curtain in Room 351, which occasionally caused water to leak on the bathroom floor. A glass door may be more suitable here. The grounds were beautiful and very well kept, with stunning views and large open spaces. The entertainers were hard working and very enthusiastic, leading several activities for guests to involve themselves in. Most also spoke good English which was very helpful. The food provided was outstanding with a wide range of options each day, including several vegetarian options. The waiters were always on hand to cater for our needs, especially Vincenzo who we would like to personally thank. Although the hotel is fairly isolated, there were several excursions available to the inner towns and cities for those interested. This hotel is perfect for families and couples of all ages. There is something here for everyone. We will definitely be visiting again next year.More
Florence W, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
Immaculate Hotel, Fantastic Staff and Wonderful Atmosphere
After arriving at the hotel that we went to last year, we were warmly welcomed as per usual by all the lovely receptionists. The rooms 351 and 352 were fantastic. The views were beautiful, air conditioning was very breezy, bedroom kept clean and the mini bar is filled up every two days. The only thing i could recommend (if i am being a bit picky) is the shower in 351 should be a glass door rather than a curtain one as the water did sometime leak, however the staff were very quick in providing us a better curtain for use. With two weeks of luxury, beautiful sunshine and fantastic accommodation, we made great use of all the inclusive selection of drinks, fantastic sicilian food and entertainment at hand. You could also never fault the atmosphere within the hotel as all of the animators were extremely friendly and wanted to get people involved in all of the activities. There is no point in me naming the animators as the WHOLE group was fantastic as per usual. While talking about staff, the waiters that remembered us from last year were always extremely helpful. It got to the point where they knew our drink selection and would have it ready on a beautiful outside table for us to sit at. I would highly love to recommend both Vincenzo Geraci and Giuseppe Buscaglia. We were served quite often by them two last year also, who are extremely impressive in their work ethic and the way they speak to guests. They made our stay even more memorable so thank you once again for that, im sure we will see them both next year on our return. My only snag i would say is that the WiFi should be looked at and ensured that it is working at all times. Both last year and this year i had issues with connecting and had to resort to using mobile data. Also, a lot of hotels are now making WiFi free to use, so this maybe could be a consideration as well? Maybe for all inclusive guests? Finally, a massive shout out to all of the staff that are involved at the hotel at Fiesta Garden Beach. From the first minute to the last you are made to feel extremely welcome and part of a holiday family. I am very proud to recommend this place to anyone that wants a beautiful hotel that you do not need to leave for two weeks as a accommodating family/couple type resort. Our stay this year was even better than our last and im sure on my return next year that i will enjoy it even more.More
Marco G, Kettering, United Kingdom
1 week all inclusive
Good value for money. Food average to poor. Started OK and deteriorated in both choice and quality. (tinned food being the order of the day). Room described as "superior". Not sure why, all we could see out of our balcony was plants and trees. We were asked if we wanted to up-grade our room on arrival, even though we had not seen the room !!!. Staff helpful. Rep did not meet us at motorway services, as told, so we had to book in our selves. Not the end of the world. Nice and quiet out of season. Not enough sunbeds.More
Jagman1963, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom
Lovely hotel and staff
The hotel is in a complex and gated securely - no need to venture outside (although we did for excursions!). Staff were all very pleasant and looked after us, although not all could speak English. The resort spent a lot of time keeping up the grounds and encouraging the guests to participate in the sporting activities. Most of the guests were Italian. The food in an all-inclusive was catered for Italian tastes rather than English tastes - plenty of drinkable wine available! Positives: Rooms were blacked out properly at night to enable good sleep and all were clean. Wi-fi very slow and did not work. Free wifi is only one hour per room per week, additional time must be paid for but not worthy it as it takes an hour to get on one site.More
Paul Y, Southport, United Kingdom
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