With its fun splash park and adults-only chill-out zone, this seafront hotel has a big fan base.
This hotel comes with a fantastic pool scene. The main pool overlooks a sandy cove, which you can reach via steps and a slope. Plus, there’s an adults-only terrace and a splash park for children.
Meals are all about big buffets, and there are plenty of activities to get stuck into during the day, including water polo and archery. In the evenings, professional acts perform by the pool.
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Food & Drink
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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.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Whether you're looking to chillout or for a bit of fun and games, this pool offers the lot. It's right in front of the terrace with plenty of sunloungers and parasols.
There's a show-cooking station at this place, so you can see your meal being prepared right in front of you.
Just for kids, they'll love the mini slides and chutes as they make their own adventure in the water-logged pirate ship.
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Single Room with Balcony
Single rooms come with a flatscreen TV with limited channels, a cooler* and tea and coffee facilities.
1 Bedroom Family Room with Balcony
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.
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Fab hotel & location
Myself & my partner took my 10 year old son on his first holiday abroad here and we couldn't have asked for more. The hotel was clean & offered everything & more than we expected. Rooms were totally suitable for all of us with air conditioning & balcony overlooking the amazing seaview. The rooms were cleaned & beds made everyday. The pool was so nice, which is where my son spent most of time. Food was lovely with fab choices, which was great for my son as he loved trying all the different food. All inclusive was definitely the best option with drinks, lollies & food all day. All hotel staff from cleaners to bar staff were always friendly & professional. The entertainment staff were brilliant, funny & so good with kids of all ages & adults too. Portinatx itself is stunning with enough to do for everyone. The beaches are beautiful & not overcrowded at the time we went. A trip to ibiza town is a must & the bus from portinatx was punctual and cheap too. A perfect holiday, made even better with a lovely hotel in a stunning location. Already looking at going back again next year. More
Defiantly a family hotel
If you are travelling as a family with children this hotel is 10/10. If however you are a couple travelling without children as we did the hotel becomes a 3/10. They are everywhere running around with drinks, leaving wrappers off ice creams or constantly jumping in and out of the pool. We heard one child announce that he was weeing in pool whilst on a lilo with mom and dad who never batted an eyelid. The entertainment is purely for children up to 11pm. Even the adult bingo is called by children. On a plus side the food is excellent and varied, although the staff could be friendlier only Javi actually spoke to anyone (there is one female member that walks around like a prison warden). The restaurant does get really hot and you had to ask for air conditioning to but put on. The hotel itself is clean and tidy but the rooms are small and dated. We went stayed all inclusive and where told that we would have to pay €3 euros a day for the use of the unstocked fridge in room. All drinks are in flimsy plastic cups and bottled water had to be purchased from a vending machine. There is an adult only chill area on hotel which is fine aslomg as the children above aren't the sort that throw cups or paper wrapping over, however during the evening you have to pay for drinks (reduced for all inclusive). The location of the hotel is a 5-10 mins walk to beach via a steep hill, once on beach be prepared to part with €7 per lounger and parasol. The beachs are beautiful and the sunsets awesome. The resort of portinax it a quite resort and Vincent's bar was a life saver and well worth a visit !!!! Would we return, not sure but if we did it would be t a different hotel.More
Lisa C, 190762
Potential isnt fulfilled
I recently returned from presidente and i must admit i wasnt impressed from the offset. The check in took an hour. We arrived early in the morning to 1 guy on the desk who couldn't seem to get people processed. The whole place is dated and in desperate need of a facelift. The majority of loungers around the pool are barely usable. The tea and coffee machines in the canteen were usually out of order. The food was bland and not a great amount of choice ( especially to say this is a family hotel with alot of young kids) other parents were concerned the kids were having plates of chips each night. The entertainment was the same each night, 30 mins of kids songs, bingo. More could be done for the kids. The hotel was loud on the 1st floor, people running up and down the corridors all night and the staff entrance (a huge sliding metal door) was right below the room and was being slammed all day and night. The location to the beach is great and the hotel offers great views of the bay. This place could be great if they fixed and tweak a few bits. But i wouldnt return More
We stayed beginning of June & were lucky enough to be put into one if the newly refurbished rooms! We were informed that the hotel will be undergoing refurbishment over the winter. The room was very nice, clean & bright with aircon & safe. Bathroom was lovely with a fab rainfall shower! We had to ask for some hangers for wardrobe but that was sorted within the hour. The staff couldn't of been more helpful. To be honest we weren't expecting much for a 3 star AI after reading some of the reviews but we honestly couldn't fault it. Food was delicious & plentiful. Very very tasty indeed. There was a kids food station too. Pool area was clean with nice sunbeds but you have to get in quick to get one of the new beds as some were old & uncomfortable but i guess these will be replaced during the refurb. We paid for a sea view room which gave a stunning view of the bay which you can easily walk to & hire pedlos, sunbeds or even a boat (steep hill but not too long a walk - less than 5 min walk). Boat trips go regularly from the front by the rocks. Nice selection of shops & restaurants where you can watch the beautiful Ibiza sunsets. We would definitely go back! Only negative was new arrivals who obviously had never seen beer before & were rude to staff which for a family hotel is totally unacceptable with children around! Also the children's entertainment could do with starting earlier - disco at 8pm, bingo at 9pm then karaoke/magic show/parrot show at 9.45pm is a bit late for smaller kids. Special mention for Emma O'Hara the head receptionist who was outstanding & checked us in even though she wasn't on duty & was extremely helpful! Would definitely go back!More
Overall disappointed...the hotel was a bit tired and needed updating, especially the sun loungers! Approx 20% were new and the rest were old and uncomfortable. Noisy guests on an evening ruined the sea view rooms. Food was plentiful but a bit repetitive....the positives included the spectacular views from the adults only area and pleasant staff. I wouldn't go back though.More
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