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

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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.

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superior twin room with garden view and terrace

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

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.

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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 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

Just about scrapes a 4!

We have just returned home from a weeks stay at the Fiesta Garden Beach. Myself my parents and my 13 year old daughter. Nice hotel, great pools, great rooms ( we stayed in a bungalow), nice hotel grounds. Two big let downs for me... 1, The beach. The beach is a 50/50 sand and shingle beach but the down marks come from once in the water. Underfoot is very uneven with large stones and is quite treacherous particularly with a few waves. I feel I must state that because of this, that this beach isnt suitable for small children, Which is a shame. 2, The food. Really the food here at times was pretty poor with limited choice and believe me I'm not fussy! One meal labled as 'meat goulash' was literally tinned stewed stake with a few courgettes chopped into it😳. Cheap cuts of meat and some of the fruits and salads were not great. Breakfast was always lukewarm at best, but they do offer some lovely pastries. One night we booked the restaurant by the pool bar, again very limited choice, and my starter salad had ants wandering round in it!! All in all we had a nice week in Sicily. Cefalu is a must, lovely town for restaurants and shopping and also has a great beach, although busy. Good luck trying to connect to wifi after dinner, will drain your battery. Unfortunately I don't think I would return to fiesta hotel garden beach,unless I got an absolute bargain.More

vvccxxz, 190762

We are a "mid fifity" couple without children and had a pleasant stay for 10 days in July 2016

This is one of the better "all inn" hotels we've had. Good accomodation, a fine room. (but not in the main building, which is quiter) Swimming pools are fine, there 's a fitness, clean and comfortable room,.... The staff is without exception very friendly and helpfull. The food is delicious. Every meal you find at least one thing that you easily could eat in a fancy restaurant. (the rest is above average, and just remember that this is an all in and no star Michelin restaurant) The drinks are also ok. (sometimes they are awfull in all in hotels, but here it's certainly ok) This is a hotel for all sorts of people. Also good for younger families with children, while we easily could find a quiet area to just read a book. Maybe some areas of development: - The lunch package you get for an excursion is a real disaster.... (worst ever) -Only Italian channels on tv. (not a single French, Dutch or Englisch channel) Certainly worth doingMore

jef_maeseele, 644062

Great hotel in the garden and next to the beach

Quite a luxury hotel between Palermo and Cefalu, with direct access to a rocky beach, and with great outside swimming pools. The Italian food served in a hotel restaurant is just terrific, in large quantity and of a perfect quality. Very entertaining animation program, both during a day (at the swimming pool) and in the evenings (in the main hotel building). Kids and grown up will have a lot to do there, without the necessity to leave the hotel area. Pure enjoyment!More

Edyta G, 274856

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