Hotel Fiesta Garden Beach  

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

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

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.

Indoor pool

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.

Rooms► View all

main building superior twin room with garden view and balcony

Classic in style, these spacious rooms come with a balcony and a view of the garden. Additional features include satellite TV and air-conditioning.

main building comfort twin room with balcony

Classic in style, these rooms come with satellite TV, air-conditioning and a balcony. There are also 2 Extra Beds In bedroom.

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Great place to enjoy the Sicilian sun

We stayed a week at this hotel with our two year old son and had a fantastic time. The staff was friendly and always very helpful and accommodating. The resort itself was fantastic, 3 pools and the sea. Plus lots of other facilities to keep you busy. The food was good with lots of variety and options. The only thing I would criticize is the internet availability. Internet is only available in the reception and it at times struggles to keep up with the demand. For a resort like this I really except to have a robust WiFi network available in multiple areas especially in our rooms. Overall we had an excellent time and would definitely return in the future.More

Michael C,

Great sun, but as an all inclusive treated to cheap or small or value only. Never again.

First time to an all inclusive. Very handy not carrying money about but treated to the "value" supermarket items. See pictures. In Italy you would expect exceptional pizza. Ordered a sausage, local cured? Salami? No, the picture says it all. Had to book this as a restaurant treat😩. If you want cheap value this is you're resort. Lovely to be in med, sunny and warm. Plenty of choice at meal time from salad to cheeses to pizza but every day the same. Kids didn't like to eat the chips and pizza which was a problem. Chips really salty on Monday, stone cold or under cooked Thursday lunch. Service was excellent. Wife had pancake breakfast still wet in centre on Monday as under cooked and on Thursday daughters was cold and old. So lots of wasted food. Fried eggs managed to be hard, but top was undercooked and slimy. So scraped it off. As always they loved the ice cream. All drinks all inclusive are cheap. Beer is great and red wine is fine . We ordered a Baileys and hopefully I will get a picture it was so watered down as undrinkable and the barman said sorry but they have changed it and wouldn't drink it either. That was just cheap skate. You will laugh if you order the kids a slush puppy all inclusive. It is not an exaggeration to say they put it in a shot glass! Unfortunately as there is no place to walk to you can't leave and eat elsewhere unless you take a taxi or bus. Beach is lovely but short. three swimming pools, but compared to people at resort... Not enough spaces. Getting up at 7-8 to try and get a space is a joke, towels reserved and stayed on all week by people. This was not fun and became weary with it. Rooms great and clean with aircon. We didn't mind being in rooms next to highway ... As it was convenient and used to motorway noise. Staff helpful and friendly though. Plenty of kids entertainment too of you have young kids. Definitely worth it for kids. All in all we enjoyed the stay but wouldn't do it again. More

Shiftyblake, 528764

Great place but could be amazing

Just returned from a great week at the Fiesta Beach. We had upgraded to a garden bungalow which was excellent. Very clean, spacious and quiet. The food is quite good and what you would expect from an all inclusive. We had to book to eat in the pizza restaurant but this was well worth it as the pizzas were fab. We tendered to use the pool at the Athenne Palace as we preferred this pool. The main let down of this hotel is the beach, very stony and got deep very quickly so not very suitable for young children. We did take the hotel's bus into Cefalu and the beach there is fantastic. To make the hotel even better I think that you need another bar need the pools as it is a long walk to get water or coffee. The sunset is amazing and there is plenty of space to make a wonderful sunset bar with comfortable outside seating area. We found that there was not really a very comfortable area to sit in the evening if you did not want to watch the shows and the hotel is far from any shops so not much to do in the evenings. The activities need to be advertised more and the equipment for the activities such as archery was very poor and some investment in these are needed. The hotel holds a weekly Sicilian themed night but again this was not advertised. With a bit of investment this complex could be amazing.More

Catherine H, 186262

Beautiful Hotel with a Nice Atmosphere

We stayed there with friendsfor 8 nights and we were very pleased with the hotel and its facilities. The gardens are really nice and beautiful. The food in the restaurant was really good, much better than most all-inclusive deals we've seen. You have everything you need in the hotel plus there is a lot to see within 1 hour travel from the hotel (Palermo, Cefalu). The only disadvantage is that the beach barely has any sand and is full of stones, so it is very hard to walk on it without the special shoes. I would definately recommend it to friends!More

N_Rashkova, 969287

Great place to relax

Nice choice for a relaxing holiday, as a group of 4 we stayed in two of the bungalows rooms close to the main hotel complex and the pool. The Bungalow rooms are comfortable and modern with plenty of storage spaces and electrical connections. Each room had a large flat screen TV with BBC News and CNN in English a Polish, Russian, German and a French Channel. The bedroom fridge is filled every 2 days with 4 small bottles of water, 2x Cokes, 2x Fanta and 2 beers. Also included in the room was a small electric combination safe, iron and iron board. The cleaners and gardeners do an excellent job keeping the place tidy. Internet is available on a fee basis as wired or wifi in the Bungalow rooms but was free in the hotel reception but given the number of guests logged on it was sometimes difficult to connect to. Sadly the public reception area doesn’t appear to have any air conditioning. The pool areas are fairly clean and the sun loungers appear to be new and of a superior quality rarely seen in other resorts. The downside is that the early morning towel brigade have hogged most of the sunbeds by 8am, saying that I did see a hotel employee remove some towels at 7am one morning. The hotel provides pool towels. The beach area is pleasant enough but not particularly sandy and typically pebbly. Would serious recommend beach or swimming shoes if a beach lover. The best sandy beach in Cefalu can be accessed by hotel bus for 6 Euros return with one journey in the morning and the other in the afternoon returning at 6pm. Costs for 2 sunbeds and an umbrella varies from 18 to 22 Euros for the day on the Cefalu beach which is safer and better suited for kids. The food in the hotel was mixed with a descent breakfast and normally a descent quality dinner. Lunch was frequently poor with limited selection on the positive side the wine was fairly good table wine. The staff do an excellent job of turning tables around for new guests and providing drinks. The Italian Restaurant is well worth visiting with excellent food, however the menu is more suited for adults than children. Checkout is 10am for guests but we managed to have a late check out for 66 Euros until 4pm in one of the standard rooms in the hotel subject to availability. A word of caution our son was charged 8.5 Euros for a pack of playing cards in the hotel shop which was a rip off. I would suggest buying stuff in Cefalu or home before travelling. As a whole we found our stay to be relaxing and would happily go back for a week or a short break. If flying out of Catania airport back to the UK do not pass through passport control on the airside until needed as there is no food outlets and limited seating. The only options past passport control are two vending machines and a small duty free and limited toilet facilities.More

MacpG0, 186377

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