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SBH Club Paraiso Playa
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I've stayed here a few times, firstly in 2012, most recently in April this year.  It's right on the seafront, although there are loads of steps involved to get down to beach level!  Once on the beach, it's naturist friendly and you can wander north up the beach to Mal Nombre for lunch.

It's a mid-price all-inclusive, catering mainly to German visitors. I'd rate it as a 3-star place. The hotel is reasonably equipped but rather tired in places.  Rooms are clean and comfortable.  The restaurant buffet is quite good (although this year it was noticeably downgraded from my 2012 experience).  The staff are pleasant and helpful.  But bar service is slow, I guess this is intentional.

There's a nice sauna and steam room, plus a decent pool.  

On two occasions, I've had problems getting in to the card-operated room safe - this isn't funny if you're about to leave for the airport and want to grab your passport and money!  Both times, I had to wait for a maintenance man to come along with a master key.  So, if you use the room safe, be sure to try to open it at least an hour before you need to leave!

The hotel is quite isolated, so a hire car is recommended, but there is a bus stop nearby.
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You forgot to mention that the place is a natural wind tunnel. The Fuerteventura wind literally howls through the place. Apart from that, we quite enjoyed it. A naturist area with a sauna and pool would improve it and maybe attract customers who have been driven out of the FP
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