When it comes to setting, the Hotel Paraiso Beach is hard to beat – it’s just a stone’s throw from Cala Martina Beach and the centre of Es Cana. Back at base, meanwhile, you’ve got a pool, buffet restaurant and bar on hand.
This ochre-coloured hotel is in a great spot. It’s just a five-minute walk to the shops and restaurants of Es Cana. And there’s a bus stop nearby, too, if you want to explore more of the island. Closer to home, you’ll find the famous Punta Arabi market just down the road.
In terms of swimming and sunbathing, head to Cala Martina. It's a sweep of sand lined with beach bars, and less than ten minutes away from here. You’ll find another place to relax at the hotel itself. There’s a long rectangular pool, surrounded by a spacious terrace with cushioned loungers and parasols.
Lastly, there’s the dining scene to consider. The hotel’s got a restaurant offering up big buffets and occasional show cooking stations. And the bar is a great place to chill out – it’s got comfy seating and a decent cocktail menu.
This restaurant is open for buffet breakfast, light lunch and international dishes for dinner. There's also occasional show cooking and themed evenings where you can experience authentic Spanish tapas.
My self and my husband had a lovely ten days at this hotel (30th July -9th August )The food was the best we have ever had at an all inclusive holiday (this is our 19th) the all inclusive drinks menu was extensive. What we loved the most was the plentiful sunbeds what ever time of day there were loads of sunbeds. Which meant we had a chilled relaxing holiday. I could not fault the staff all of them were very polite and hard working and couldn't do enough to help us.
The one thing that let this hotel down was the rooms (ours was 115 a superior room) it was a large room, the air conditioning worked superbly. Unfortunately we had two single beds (very strange being it's an adult only hotel ) which were not comfortable. Our room was also next to the stairs so it was very noisy. I can honestly say I didn't get one good night's sleep as I could hear doors slamming the people in the room above us seemed to be walking around in cloggs. The bathroom was very small and the shower was tiny so I had to become a contortionist to shave my legs. That all said if I could have a different room next year and a comfy double bed I'd definitely return to this lovely hotel.
Great hotellittle 3*
We have returned from a two week holiday, and had a lovely time. On arrival we ha been upgraded to a pool view room which was very much appreciated.
We found the rooms to be very clean, yes beds are pushed together but I think that is the norm in a lot of hotels, people say the showers are small but my husband is 6ft 6 and I am hardly twiggy but we had no problem. It can be noisy but that is hardly the hotels fault it is ignorant people who just let their doors slam shut.
We were all inclusive and on the whole was fine, breakfasts are great, light buffet lunch then dinner just remember this is only 3* you get what you pay for but we always found there was something to our liking. There is also cakes and snacks available at various times,
The pool area was fine always sunbeds available even though the hotel was full while we were there. Entertainment was not great we enjoyed a couple of good acts, Juans karaoke is so bad it is funny.
The staff here were all very friendly and hard working from reception to restaurant staff and housekeepers with Juan being probably the happiest most hard working /I have ever seen.
the only negative I could say is I though the safe were quite expensive at 55 euro for the two weeksMore
Beverley W, Sheffield, United Kingdom
Great hotel with lovely staff
From the moment we arrived we were made welcome .. we didn't get there till 3 am, and the night desk man was friendly and welcoming, even offering to make us some sandwiches. A big thank you to all the staff who were so hard working and helpful.
The rooms were fine, nothing fancy but clean and tidy with plenty of room (apart from the shower cubicle which was a bit cramped - but hey, we didn't come on holiday to stand in the shower for 10 days) and wonderful quiet air conditioning. Our beds were a little on the hard side and we mentioned this to the lady on the desk who arranged for two softer mattresses for us - nothing too much trouble! We would have loved a room on the top floor, apparently there is a surcharge as the rooms are bigger and have a terrace with sunbeds and a brolly... might splash out for that next time!
We took the all inclusive option which was great. Great choices at all three main meals, including several selections of hot dishes, lovely salads and a wide range of fresh fruit and deserts/croissants et. There were ice creams and tea/coffee available all day, including a selection of cakes mid afternoon. Drinks were local but perfectly fine for our taste. Soft drinks all day including a very welcome slush-puppy machine.
We thought the pool looked a little small when we arrived, but to be honest it was no issue, it was never crowded and there were always sunbeds available.
Evening entertainment was varied, the jazz/blues band were very good, as were the solo artists we saw on other nights. Juan, who seemed to be everywhere at all times was the perfect evening host and threw himself into every occasion.
The position of the hotel is just out of the main part of the town so is relatively quiet at night.
Es Canar itself is a laid back resort catering more for the older clients, so saying this there were a couple of lively venues to suit all tastes.
Beaches were within easy walking distance as was the Hippy Market which appears magically and fragrantly every Wednesday at the Punta Arabi just up the road from the hotel.
Once again many thanks to everyone who worked so hard to make this a lovely relaxing holiday for us, it's been a hell of a year for us and it was just what the doctor ordered :)More
Good 3 star hotel in a nice part of Ibiza
We have not long returned from Ibiza and really enjoyed the time we spent at the Hotel Paraiso Beach.
It was our first time in Ibiza and we booked through Travel Republic. I understood that the hotel was situated not far from the Hippy Market and within walking distance to the beach and centre of Es Cana.
Having stayed in similar hotels before (based on price and star rating) I feel that the Paraiso Beach is probably the best of its kind. The selection of food for breakfast and dinner was very good and also very fresh. There was almost too much to choose from on occasions.
The drinks were always served generously and the staff were, in my opinion, excellent. Friendly and very polite.
Rooms were cleaned every day. I overheard one other guest saying that the hotel was 'tired' and maybe it was, but it was very clean - and I am big on cleanliness! Our room had a TV that had access to the BBC on so we were fine with that.
The Hotel operates a no children policy and I must admit, this made it very quiet and relaxing! Especially as we travelled during the school holidays!
The Hippy Market is no more than a five minute walk away. I recommend going early in the morning (even before the official 10am start time) as it gets busy and hot. Also, there is a great beach bar a little further on from the Hippy Market and just left by the camp site. The pizza is excellent and it has a great vibe going on on a Wednesday and a Sunday evening.More
franwarr, Stoke on Trent
3 star and that's what you get
Nice little three star hotel rooms clean if a little dated ,food always plenty of choice and a full English breakfast or continental,staff all very friendly and helpful.nice pool with plenty sun beds.entertainment Unbelievably BAD but ha-ho can always go out.All in all a GOOD 14days.As for all the negative reviews I suggest they put their hands in their wallets pay a bit more and go 4/5 star YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FORMore