Hotel Tahiti  

With its white-sand bay and contemporary edge, this boutique hotel brings a bit of Miami Beach to Formentera.

This hotel is ultra-stylish. There are three swish decked terraces, with comfy, hanging pod chairs, and sea views. The bar and lounge is a shrine to minimalist chic, and the lobby is really contemporary, too.

The hotel’s got a prime spot on Es Pujols’ half-moon, white-sand beach. You’re on the quieter edge of town, but it’s just a three-minute walk along the prom to the bars and restaurants.

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Based On 274 reviews

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Small & Friendly

Holidays with an authentic feel

  • Traditional properties
  • Often family-run
  • Great settings, usually by the sea
  • Everything from 2T to 4T

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Food & Drink

Bed and Breakfast

Buffet breakfast.

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Outdoor pool

Cool off in the pool, or pull up a sunbed and relax on the sun terrace.

Buffet restaurant*

You'll be able to have breakfast here up until 12pm.

Pool bar*

Grab a drink and a snack by the pool in the sunshine.

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superior twin room with sea view and balcony

Styled in warm tones, these spacious superior twin rooms come with a sea view, and a balcony for some extra space outside. They include a TV, Wi-Fi*, and air-conditioning.

twin room with balcony

These light twin rooms come with a balcony for some extra space outside. They include a TV, Wi-Fi*, and air-conditioning.

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Something missing.

In many ways it is difficult to fault this hotel, modern, clean and fragrant with rooms of a reasonable size, comfortable beds and a good in bath shower. As has been said, the breakfast is very good indeed, lots of choice and good produce, as a bonus it is available until midday. Housekeeping gave a faultless daily service. The pool area quiet and has an adequate supply of sun beds, free towels are provided each day.We were also pleased with the poolside service, although a little pricey. The hotel location is good - the beach is only a few metres from the door and a pleasant stroll to numerous restaurants, bars and shops. But for all of this, for us the hotel seemed to lack a 'soul'. A couple of further negatives, the WiFi although free is very slow and sometimes not available at all. Also I was astonished to discover that international calls cannot be made from the hotel landline. In an emergency I was reduced to making a personal call leaning over reception to use the staff telephone. For these reasons the hotel fails to achieve our very good rating.More


Rubbish WiFi and breakfast rules

I need to work when I am away, so good WiFi is vital to me. The Tahiti WiFi makes you log in every time you use the device, this irriated me intensely. But the speed of the WiFi is crap. So I couldn't actually do my work. The staff knew about this and could do nothing. I think it is pathetic in a decent hotel, very poor indeed. The breakfast...the food is great, good spread lots of variety. But the room has the acoustics of a school dining hall, every noise is amplified and it is loud. You are not allowed to eat outside on the nice decking area they have. NOT ALLOWED. My wife wanted to take her coffee outside and the breakfast Gestapo (see picture) told her she needed to buy a coffee from the bar and to drink outside. The manager was very happy to tell me "Yes those are the rules". We left 4 days early. What sort of hotel dictates where in the hotel you can drink your breakfast coffee?Does it really matter to them? Ask for the school rules when you arrive or you might get a detention.More


Birthday holiday

This hotel gets better and better . It punches way above its star setting- it now even smells divine with its signature fragrance in your room. The breakfasts are fantastic with the same maitre de on duty who is so pleasant and welcoming as are all the breakfast staff , the reception staff should take a leaf out of their book and try and be a bit warmer I know it's trendy to be cool but sometimes this can be interpreted as chilly. The beds have been replaced with super comfortable mattresses and toppers , the fridge is topped up free everyday with soft drinks and water . The pool is lovely but the prices at the pool bar a bit steep. A lovely touch this year was we were presented with small cakes and champagne at breakfast for both out birthdays this was totally unexpected and a real nice touch , many thanks to the management team . Will be visiting again asapMore

Rose D, 186364

Cannot fault this hotel

Just returned from a week stay in Hotel Tahiti - loved everything about the hotel. It's not too big (97 rooms); most rooms have a seaview; breakfast is excellent; near to all amenities. If you want a peaceful holiday don't go in June because it is absolutely full of 'beautiful' people, you cannot get on the beach and I've never ever seen so many scooters - not a quiet location at this time of year. I would highly recommend booking the hotel through Astbury Formentera - a lady called Elaine was incredible even bringing my husband some seasickness tablets on a Sunday evening because the forecast for the ferry was 'shaky' I'd call it choppy!More


Fabulous boutique hotel on an affordable basis

Lovely rooms and right on the beach. The breakfast was almost the highlight of the day - excellent. The beds were really comfortable and well worth paying for sea view to enjoy late night drink on the balcony people watching. Sun beds and umbrella on the beach shockingly expensive at 30 euros!More

Helen G, 186360

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Hotel Tahiti
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 274 customer reviews
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