R2 Pajara Beach Wellness is a family-friendly hotel in the popular resort town of Costa Calma on the south west coast of Fuerteventura. The hotel has a modern Spanish feel, with whitewashed walls and contrasting splashes of bold blue and red. Sotavento Beach is steps from the hotel, where you can stroll along the sands, watch the sunset and enjoy a fresh glass of Sangria from a beach bar. There are three outdoor pools, including one which is heated. Younger guests can have fun splashing about in the separate kids' pool. If you like to stay active during your holiday, you can try some aqua aerobics in the water or take part in a regular aerobics class. You can also enjoy some friendly competition playing football, beach volleyball or a few games of tennis. When you want to relax, you can head to the hotel's spa to book in for a massage or beauty treatment. You'll also find a Turkish bath and sauna there. The hotel has a buffet restaurant offering local and international cuisine. The centre of Costa Calma is a short distance from the hotel, where you can find many other places to eat and drink.
Sotavento Beach is a short stroll of 100m from the hotel. It stretches for 5km along the coast, and there are local bars and tavernas where you can enjoy a cool drink and some freshly-caught fish. A short walk of 2km takes you to the centre of Costa Calma. Here, you'll find plenty of shops selling gifts and souvenirs, as well as places for a beer or bite to eat. For your holiday essentials, the local supermarket is 500m from the hotel. From Costa Calma, you can experience scenic views by going on a boat trip and visiting one of the neighbouring islands, such as Gran Canaria or Tenerife.
There's an a la carte restaurant serving international cuisine that opens between two and four times per week. You can have breakfast, lunch and dinner at the main buffet restaurant each day, which has themed nights and outdoor seating. Beer, wine, spirits and soft drinks are served at the hotel's four bars.
Younger guests can make new friends and take part in games and activities at the hotel-run kids' club, for children and teens aged 4-17.
All of the rooms come with either a balcony or a terrace. Inside, you'll have air conditioning and a TV with satellite channels and Wi-Fi.
In the City
On the beach
Distance to airport 65km (FUE)
Address: 928546054, Punta Del Roquito, S/N, Costa Calma, Canary Islands
Costa Calma, Fuerteventura, Canary Islands
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Great hotel and friendly staff. Took all the necessary precautions with covid. Amazing hotel and scenery.
Looking forward to visiting again. Only drawback was spa was closed but given the circumstances of a pandemic this was understandable.
The evening meals could of been better but its a buffet menu so still acceptable.
Good value for money.
Walking into this hotel has a real WOW factor, and awesome atrium with great views and a fountain.
Check in was great, very well explained.
My room was spacious and spotless, the view was great and I was delighted. The furniture was a little dated looking but really I am not going to worry that the wood is 'last season' I am not worried about things like that. The room was cleaned daily and here is a slight failing - my water glasses were not replaced, regardless of where I left them. Also I was only given water on day 1, I would have expected daily water.
The main pool was freezing, which is such a shame but the grounds are so pretty.
Here is the highlight of my stay - Jonathan on the pool bar, I cannot give him more praise, he is so friendly and super good at his job, I would go back here just to see him! I was a bit sad that the cocktails came from machines, at the pool bar these are slushie types so that was ok, but at the main bar I would recommend long drinks as the machine cocktails are barely cold. A shout out to another bar staff member - Alexander at the main bar, again made me feel valued.
The food however was the lowlight of my trip - I know this is due to the fact there was only around 100 guests, but only getting buffet food that is a variation on a theme (always paella and pizza for example) I was craving a nicely plated table service meal. The food tasted good but I got very bored of it. I would love to see if this improves when tourism recovers as I feel bad giving a bad food review when the hotel is not at fault.
It is worth noting the lack of guests, this meant that one 1 bar was open in the day and one in the evening, the entertainment also suffered due to restrictions and lack of guests. I can tell it would be loads better if circumstances allowed.
We loved this hotel. Costa calma is one of our favourate beaches and this hotel is right on top of it. The staff were lovely, the pool area is fantastic. The food was no better or worse than any other all inclusive. The rooms are very dated but they are spacious and clean and have a full size bath in them, which I love. We live in the north of the island and we are planning to stay here for short breaks again when ever we can.