Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Water, soft drinks, beer and house wine with lunch and dinner. Soft drinks and local alcoholic drinks 11.00-23.00.
Sandwiches and selected ice-cream 11.00-13.00 and 15.00-17.00. Afternoon tea 17.00-18.00.
Family rooms sleep up to 3 adults and 2 children up to 12 years, with a double bed, bunkbeds and an extra bed. They come with a flatscreen TV with limited channels, a cooler* and tea and coffee facilities.
We found the Presidente a little basic in places, the rooms were adequate but not special and overall the hotel looked like it was in need of a freshening up. It catered for the lower end all inclusive market and even though we went in term time the place was packed with overweight families with lots of noisy children. The resort itself has little to offer...a few shops and bars and restaurants. The small beach was pleasant.More
First Family Holiday Abroad
Was a nice hotel. Very busy so struggled to get a seat round the pool. Food was ok, local restaurants were nice although a bit of a slope to get up and down the cove. Overall a nice little hotel and good value for the price paid.More
October visit very pleasant
Took a late break in mid October for 7 days. 4 days lovely and warm, 3 rain! Really good value for money. Rooms excellent, staff very helpful and efficient. The sea view room was worth every penny even on the rainy days. Hotel may be a little old fashioned but kept very very clean. Food was rather 'Spanish' - variety average but always something even for fussy eaters. You can fill your drinking water bottles up in the restaurant at meal times. Ask for tea and coffee making facilities to be put in your room when you book in - no charge, we took some milk from the restaurant at meal times. We never hired the fridge but if it was a warmer time of year this would be a must. Safes are a bit old but work ok. Pool area was small but the small beaches are a short walk away. Access to the beaches when turning left out of the hotel was steep and care had to be taken. There are some stairways down to the prom or a gentle but much longer walk if you turn right. The hotels entertainment was the only downfall. The sound system in the pool area during the day was very much superior to what was in the bar and the live entertainment was very poor on the 3 nights it was on. However, the bars were still open in the village and sounded quite lively, we never bothered mainly because I didn't fancy the walk down in the dark. We took the bus to Ibiza town 3.5 euros each but we had to stand the hour it took to get there. Taxi back was 35 euros. Worth the trip. We also took the Sunset Cruise at San Antonio the sunset and the views from the boat were spectacular. Would stay at this hotel again if the price was right but might consider hiring a car to see a bit more of the island. We had a seaview and that was worth every penny even on the rainy days !!!!!!!!!!More
j w, 186298
Average hotel in a great location
We booked this hotel more for the resort than the hotel. We paid around Â£700 each for a weeks all inclusive in August and for the time of year was okay in our opinion.
To echo a number of other peoples comments there's a number of improvements that the hotel could make, but don't.
The lobby wifi is useless - if you go into the stairwell on the 3rd floor it works like a dream!
The food is unremarkable in every way. The cooked breakfast isn't great and lunch and dinner are very much the same every day. If you like chips and the odd bit of meat then happy days. Fine dining it is not. The entertainment leans more towards your stereotype 8 year old girl who loves Disneys Frozen. I don't wish to build a snowman, especially in Ibiza in August!
Hotel rooms are very basic, cleaned frequently enough and as a place to get changed and sleep they are okay.
Portinatx itself is a lovely little hidden gem, There's a few pubs and restaurants in the bay itself which is a welcome break from the hotel. The beaches are great also and well worth spending time down there.
We'd definatley go back to Portinatx but would maybe try a different hotel next time around.More
went in late october 2015. Too late in year. 7days pleasant sunshine but three days of torrential rain. other days were cloudy and over cast. Hotel was OK but little by way of evening entertainment. I would not recommend Ibiza at this time of year. Hotel OK.More