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.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
Full Board meals. Breakfast 08.00-10.00, light lunch 13.00-15.00, dinner 18.30-21.00. Local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 11.00-24.00. Snacks 11.00-17.30, ice cream 11.00-13.00 and 15.00-17.30, tea, coffee and cakes 16.00-17.30.
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Take a dip in the huge rectangular-shaped pool. If you'd prefer to kick back and unwind, just pull up a sunbed, soak up the sun and relax. Charges apply for pool towels.
Professional shows are put on for you five nights a week.
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.
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Staff are nice but the hotel is poor
We picked this hotel from the reviews as we have not visited Ibiza before and it was a last minute pick for us. The rooms in the hotel are very basic with uncomfortable beds and pillow, the shower room is tiny with no soap tray (some bigger people used the pool as they could not fit in) also the handle kept coming off the door as we tried to leave. I have come back with an ear infection which i put down to the pool area being cleaned with a jet wash and you can see the overflow going in to the pool. On the plus side the staff are nice and will help if they can in any way and you can always find something to eat in the dinning room. I have to say that we will not return or recommend this hotel to anyone.More
f152015, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Nice small, friendly hotel
We visited the Fergus Paraiso Beach hotel from the 20-24 July and were pleasently suprised at what a hidden gem this hotel is. The hotel is small, the staff are friendly and the all inclusive service is good ! The hotel is in a great location for the famous hippy market, literally only a 5 minute walk away. The centre of Es Cana is approx a 10 minute walk but there are shops on route. The hotel and rooms are kept very clean and the staff can not do enough for you !! Give it a try !More
Debbie S, Newcastle-under-Lyme, United Kingdom
Good value and relaxing
I found all the staff excellent and happy to oblige. The food was of a good standard and very similar to four star all inclusive holidays I have had. Yes, it does get a little samey after a while, but there are alternative places to eat if you want a change. The pool was great, with steps leading in, and there are plenty of loungers and tables. The entertainment was fair, but we did not stay up much. We had the all inclusive drinks, and they were quite adequate (my wife had Cava mostly). Pool towels are extra, as was the safe. The room was fine and kept clean and there was a balcony with a pool view. There is a pleasant short walk to the beach with plenty of shops, bars, restaurants etc. The only problem for us was the heat!!! 40 degrees in the daytime and 30 degrees at night. All in all, good value for money and no screaming children!! We will certainly go back there again.More
john l, Salisbury, United Kingdom
We stayed in a superior room 508 with a view over the pool area, initially on bed and breakfast but we upgraded to all inclusive at 15 euro per person per day (5 night stay) , the safe is free with this deal. The hotel was great , very quiet and relaxing (no children under 16). The staff were very good and on the go all the time. This is a very good 3* hotel ,small and clean throughout. enjoyed the breakfast and lunch , ate out at night (Recommend Mo's bar and grill , fantastic steaks, and Popeye's for meal and entertainment) The hotel is situated within easy reach to beaches and the hippy market is only a 10 min walk.(Wednesday) They're plenty of bars and restaurants close by most offering entertainment , for a smallish resort there is plenty to see and do. We will definately return to Parasio HotelMore
Fraser M, Dundee
July 5/14 Had a great stay,the staff without exception are all hard working at all times, there are not many of them and they seem to always be on duty,and are just as pleasant first thing as they are last thing at night,a credit to Parasio Beach. The hotel is spotless throughout,constantly being cleaned,there is a bit of a nasty niff in the toilets near lobby,however I think this is just the plumbing as the toilet was always spotless at any time of day or night. Always plenty of room around the pool and terrace area, again clean and neat,the poolside toilet area kept spotless. The music around is not too loud maybe could be just a touch louder,but the whole place gives off relaxing vibe. Could do with a bit of colour round the sun terrace looks pretty drab,but doesn't detract from the enjoyment,needs jacaranda lounge colour stylist in there. We had a superior room 585 corner room on top floor,nice big room with terrace,nice to sit and chill there, view over tops of other buildings and pool/terraces,lovely side view of sunrise,shower was very very small,however the water was always hot and served its purpose.quiet room Just a couple of small negatives WiFi,not impressed with the hotel charging 10 euro for 3 days or 30 euro for a week,first hotel we have ever stayed in to charge,after all it is already there !!! Maybe that needs to be looked into. Lots of places nearby though that you can use their WiFi. Food we didn't think was that great,breakfast was good apart from the dried up bacon,undercooked fried eggs,don't even mention the cremated (fried) bread every day,(it made good croutons for soup though) but to be fair,lots of other things to choose,so just a small moan. Cakes,deserts,fruits,soups all good, salad was a bit hit and miss but plenty there,the cooked meat and fish dishes however were not very good, mostly dried up,even as they were put out,also some weird looking dishes,again there was plenty of choice so no need to go hungry,but definite room for improvement. The area is great for getting out and about,the hippy market just up the road worth a visit ,buses,taxi and boat transport easily to use,and if you remember the hotel is 3* then you shouldn't be disappointed. The evening lounge was very nice even if the entertainment was not always our type of thing,lots of other guests seemed to enjoy it. A great little hotel,could do with a bit of TLC in places,but on the whole a good 3* and we will definitely visit Ibiza again we enjoyed a nice peaceful holiday,and we're made very welcome by all at Parasio Beach. More
Mrssmarty, Cheltenham, United Kingdom
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