Downtown Playa d’en Bossa, surrounded by supermarkets, bars and restaurants and with the beach just a two-minute walk from the front door.
Grown-up greys and reds dominate the décor at Migjorn, hinting at a hotel that’s trying to be slightly more grown up than its colourful neighbours, though the quality still hints at an Ikea budget. Sleeping between four and six people, I prefer the spacious suites to the apartments, but let’s face it, when you’re holidaying in Bossa, it’s pretty rare to spend much time in your room anyway.
There’s a WiFi zone, plus plenty of lounge and chillout areas, all very slick and modern, making it an all-round nice place to hang.
Eating and drinking
There’s a buffet restaurant and an a la carte restaurant too, plus a poolside snack bar, which was a pleasant surprise to me on the occasion I hadn’t bothered to stock my kitchenette.
Migjorn really upped its game with the refurbishment, now including a tennis court, four swimming pools (despite the beach being next door), a hi-tech gym, for the body conscious and I couldn’t not try the slick new spa.
Slow and steady. There’s a constant flow of people so you’ll need to make yourself heard.
Who stays there
Families, groups of friends on clubbing holidays and first-timers in Ibiza looking to avoid tourist traps.
Breakfast is included in the price, plus you can opt for half board at an extra cost of 20 euros per person. There’s so much on offer in Bossa, I say just explore.
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Swimming Pool
- Families with teenagers
- Stag / hen parties
- Chilling out
Pros & Cons
- Modern throughout
- Clean and tidy
- Concrete jungle
- No view from the pool