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.
These bright, airy twin rooms come with a balcony that overlooks the pool area. Your room sleeps 3 people so there'll be an extra bed provided. Plus you'll also find air-conditioning and a TV included.
These spacious, superior twin rooms come with a large balcony that overlooks the pool area. There's room for 3 people so there's an extra bed provided. Plus you'll also find air-conditioning, a hairdryer and a TV included.
Stayed here beginning of summer with my partner. We arrived later on in the evening, and were given a fantastic, friendly welcome by the receptionist. We were allowed to leave our bags and go for food while our check in was being finalised. This being despite the fact we were actually arriving later than the time dinner finished.
Es Cana is a very relaxed place, that we found to be full of older English people and young Germans, predominantly.
We absolutely loved the food and certainly took advantage of our all inclusive. We arrived home a stone heavier.
The all inclusive drinks options are also fantastic. We worked our way through the cocktails which weren't the best. However, we didn't anticipate that the beer and vodka would be of such a high standard.
Juan is a fantastic barman and host. He was there for breakfast lunch dinner and all night behind the superb new bar area.
The sun beds are fantastic and the pool will take your breath away. Not because it is anything special, it's just ice cold.
Hotel was immaculate, rooms were spacious and always clean. Balcony wasn't the best, because it was at the back of the hotel.
We definitely want to return!More
Very friendly adult only hotel
We have just returned from our 2 week holiday! This was an extremely friendly hotel and very good value for money!We were all inclusive and found the quality of both food and drinks to be some of the best we have had!The staff were both very friendly and helpful.I thoroughly recommend this hotel....and they cater for the English better than I have known a hotel in years!More
Not for us !!
Just back after a weeks stay at the Paraiso Beach hotel.As far as hotels go this is probably the smallest hotel we've stayed in.We haven't stayed at an adults only hotel before,and the first thing I noticed was the majority of the guests were probably post retirement age.Never gave it any thought when booking but in hindsight after checking very good tripadvisor reviews,older people are more tolerant to below todays expected standards.We paid for a superior room,if this room was superior,im glad we didn't have a standard room.The room was clean but very dated and in need of a refurb.The shower was tiny and the toilet very close to the wall making it awkward to use.We had an extra large balcony with sun beds that we didn't use as the balcony was north facing with the sun behind the hotel throughout the day.Overlooking the pool the view was blighted by a disused fun park.After our first night we had to complain about the poor quality mattresses on the beds.Felt like I'd slept on a pile of bricks.After speaking to reception,the lady said they had a limited amount of spare mattresses but she would see what she could do.After returning from a day out,the mattresses had been replaced with what looked like a zed bed mattress that was only 3inches thick,much smaller than the base and had seen better days.Complained to reception again and two new mattresses were fitted.Im not a picky eater but the food at the hotel wasn't really to my taste.You had the usual choices of continental breakfast,cereals etc but the cooked food wasnt very appetising.No doubt it would appeal to other people but not for us.By Tuesday we decided to eat out.A cracking breakfast at the Solmar cafe and fantastic food at Il Carrettino Sicilano Italian restaurant just a few hundred yards from the hotel.On a positive note,the staff at this hotel are second to none.They work really long hours but still remain cheerful and polite.Have to say a big thank you to Juan (a legend) and Katerina for looking after us throughout our stay.Overall this isn't the worst hotel we've stayed at but have stayed at better for less money.More
Stayed here for a week (12-19 Oct). Don't believe the rave reviews it's vile. Our room was like something from a hostel, beds rock hard and the spare blanket pure camel hair. The lights in the bathroom didn't work and the toilet wasn't secured to the floor and it later leaked because the maintenance man removed the gaffer tape and replaced it with plaster of Paris. We were told that we should expect this!! They did upgrade us to a superior room later.....the only superiority was that the TV was on the wall not the table!! Can't fault the staff Juan and Katerina they were brilliant. The food was very repetitive mainly pork based and burgers.Saving grace was we met some lovely people so thanks to Stephen, Beryl, Kath, Lynn, Joan and Ian for saving our holiday!!More
We spent a last minute all inclusive week here, the hotel is very basic, staff are friendly and helpful, the hotel is clean, rooms are cleaned daily apart from Sunday. Food is just ok however the breakfast is really good.
This hotel is in a good location, 5 mins from the marina, beach, resturants and a short bus ride from old ibiza town which is well worth a visit, the famous hippie market is just a short walk away from the hotel too.
We were slightly confused with the all inclusive take on alcholic drinks, a small charge had to be paid for certain spirits with a mixer, although not expensive and we are not heavy drinkers, all inclusive should mean all inclusive!More