This tranquil spot offers beautiful views and a laid-back atmosphere. And the food’s pretty special, too.
This family-run hotel was one of the first on the island, and it’s got old Spanish charm, from a whitewashed façade to shaded courtyards. On the dining front, there’s à la carte dining every night.
The hotel lies on the edge of a natural salt-lake beach. While it feels like a secluded spot, the shops and bars of La Savina port are just a 5-minute walk away.
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Based On 523 reviews
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Small & Friendly
Holidays with an authentic feel
- Properties with a traditional feel
- Often family-run
- Picturesque settings, usually by the sea
- Everything from 2T to 5T
Food & Drink
Bed and Breakfast
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La Savina Restaurant*
Set on a tiled terrace, facing the harbour, this is a great place to dine when the sun is setting and the boats are coming in.
A beautifully decorated bar with a country feel to it - think light coloured wicker chairs and marble topped tables. It's friendly and well stocked, and to top it off, it's got a beach view too.
You'll find a range of watersports just 200 metres away from the hotel.
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twin room with balcony
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Another great week
Another great week here. Food good, hostel spotless. Was bed and breakfast but took resident meal option which was great value for money. Typically we had bread and alioli, a main course and on some nights starter and dessert as well (hubby not a big eater) some wine water and beer. Cost us a couple of hundred euros for 5 nights. Location great for getting to beaches. Can't wait to go back. More
Clean, comfortable and relaxed
We stayed here for a week at the beginning of Sept 2016. Our room (no.1) was lovely, it was spotlessy clean and was serviced daily. The room had good hanging space and storage, nice shower room (plenty of hot water), and great balcony looking straight onto the lagoon. It is well located for shops (supermarket 1 min walk) and restaurants around the port. The breakfast was great - lots of fresh fruit, breads, cereals, pastries, cheese, meats, eggs and coffee. The restaurant in the evening is very well priced if you choose from the resident's menu, very good value for money compared with other restaurants that we visited during our stay (pricey island!). The staff are friendly and welcoming. We really enjoyed our stay here!More
Dawn M, 1069784
Perfect stay in Formentera
We spend an amazing weekend at Hostal La Savina. The location is perfect, especially if you are staying with a young child like us, as the port and its facilities are walking distance. The hotel has got a private beach which is very handy for a bit of a play/swim/read. The room with a seaview was a delight : super comfortable (with AC), super clean. The food was delicious & the staff is super friendly. We even had the surprise of having a DJ set during the early evening, great music to enjoy a drink! A perfect combination for a perfect stay, we can't wait to go back!More
I have been wanting to stay at this hotel for years, but they require a 7 night stay to book. So this time, we made our trip for 7 nights. We stayed in a courtyard facing room (#125) - it had a balcony with beautiful courtyard and sea views. Pros: -they charge in euros - this is good! Some places automatically charge your credit card in USD, so you get a bad exchange rate. -excellent value for price -walking distance from the port. Perfect location! -walking distance to Cooltra, where we rented an electric scooter -across the street from a nice grocery store -delicious breakfast with eggs, pastries, bread, coffee, tea, cava, etc -easy and fast check in -pleasant and polite staff. Cleaning and restaurant staff were so kind and helpful. -very clean rooms -close to many wonderful beaches like Playa de Ses Illetes -beautiful area for taking walks -hotel cat named Jack - so sweet -hotel kitten showed up the week we arrived, and staff said that they will care for it -beautiful courtyard/restaurant with so much attention to details (plants, flowers, decor) -beach umbrellas available to borrow (they are next to the stairs leading to the beach) -fridge works well -outdoor foot shower to wash off sand -AC and fan were very effective -front desk staff was so helpful when I was checking out. There was a line of people checking in, and I had to leave to catch the ferry, so she quickly checked me out ahead of them. I apologized of course. -there is a TV/lounge area in the lobby Things to know: -there is no elevator (that I saw), not a problem for us -bring your own hair conditioner and lotion, they provide shampoo and soap -buy water bottles at the grocery store. Drinking water is provided at breakfast. -bring a beach towel, though they do gift you sarongs when you check in, we used these to lay on the beach -Wifi works ok, typical speed for hotels We will definitely book this hotel for our future visits. Can't wait to return.More
Blimp L, 60713
Relaxing, Laid-Back Holiday
We have stayed at La Savina many times since the 1990s and love it there. The atmosphere is relaxed and calm. We thoroughly enjoyed our breakfasts and the evening menu for residents is good value as is the excellent house wine and cava. We found the staff polite and very efficient, especially in the restaurant and bar. We had a road-facing room this time and it can be very noisy but we always pack earplugs on any holiday! Sea view rooms are lovely but the balconies are unusable in the daytime as they are in full sun. The rooms are not big but are clean and we had an excellent shower with plenty of hot water. Bedding and towels were changed several times over the fortnight we were there. In the 90s most people travelled by bicycle and this was wonderful but gradually more and more cars and scooters were introduced. We still hire bicycles and find this the best way to reach the beaches at Ileatas and Levante, and further afield. If you want a luxury holiday then go elsewhere but the simplicity of La Savina suits us very well and I know we will be returning. Thank you Jordi and Pau.More
Jane C, 503740
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