Tucked down a side street away from the noisy Ibiza town traffic, yet just a 10-minute walk from the buzzing nightlife. I like taking the shortcut over the stunning hill and by the sea, coming out by the fortress walls, though at night it’s not advised.
Out-dated furnishings in need of a revamp in my opinion, however the sea view from my balcony made me forget all my worries. It's very peaceful and I found it to be the perfect place to unwind (if you can call it that) after a long day on the beach while preparing myself for the long night of clubbing ahead. Even though the rooms have air conditioning, it can get quite steamy so ask for a room fan when you check in.
As to be expected in a big budget hotel, the public areas are very bland and not really anywhere you’d want to linger. The hallways remind me of a college dorm, there were so many people running through them at all hours.
Eating and drinking
There’s a breakfast buffet that is served until 10am if you fancy getting up at that time, after that I like the food from the pool bar.
A big pool with a view out to sea – one of my favourite hotel luxuries!
Grumpy staff (I blame the end of a long hot season) but a reasonable level of service in all areas of the hotel.
Who stays there
I encountered young Dutch and Spanish groups here, predominantly male, and all pretty boisterous.
You’ll pay daily for use of the air con. And keep in mind that room service is expensive and not of a high standard – you’re better off self-catering here.
- Business Centre
- Fitness Centre
- High-Speed Internet
- Room Service
- Swimming Pool
- Stag / hen parties
- Great views / scenery
- No fuss
Pros & Cons
- Central location
- Ineffectual air conditioning