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.
Stayed for one week at the Presidente Sept/Oct . Family of six ,2 adults & 4 & kids, we booked two rooms which were dated and in need of a makeover but spotless and cleaned every day . Tip - ask for a pool or seaview room as the ones the back of the hotel look into trees. Food was okay on most days ,average all inclusive to be honest . Staff were friendly and helpful . Entertainment was a bit hit and miss ,more so in the evenings. Nacho (great guy) being the sole member of the entertainment team did a fantastic job on his own entertaining kids and adults during the day with some good activities and fun games. At night ,bingo ,karaoke and a few different acts ,magician ,parrot show , live band . No all inclusive drinks after 11pm although the bar did stay open later . Kids pool at the rear was partially shaded by the trees which is ideal if you want a break from the sun , main pool area was good ,not too busy and loads of sun loungers available and stunning views over the bay. Swap box in reception was great ,ideal for inflatables ,toys ,suncream etc . Hotel is at the top of a hill , 5 mins from the beach , boardwalk and a few shops, bars and restaurants ,there's also a small market on certain days . Portinatx isn't a big place and there's not a great deal to do out with the hotel or beach but is ideal for a relaxing holiday . Boat hire is available down at the beach (not too expensive) and there's also boat trips to various places .Buses will take you to Ibiza town and San Antonio ,both well worth a visit. We had a brilliant time here and would return to the Presidente again for a short break, probably earlier than the end of September though as we did have a couple of days of heavy rain . More
Paul M, 186534
The best 10 days of my life.
Where can I start? This was amazing! The food was first class, I had chips everyday. The barman Jose was a delight and I had some great conversations with him. Nacho was great at organising the soccer on the Astro and we had some great tournaments. However, the music played during the day wasn't to my taste, but it was alright because I brought some headphones, so I could listen to Bach. I suggested to Nacho that they played some classical music, but they felt the Presidente is a classy place and can't play Bach. Another thing which slightly concerned me was that the fire escape was a little rusty, fortunately there wasn't a fire when I was there, so I didn't have to use the ghastly structure.
Some people complained about the slope down to the beach, but I thought it was fantastic exercise to burn off all the calories from the dozens of tubs of ice cream I had consumed. Most days, I would run up and down the hill about ten times. The hotel's setting is truly marvelous, as the beach is very close and there are many top quality restaurants and bars, such as Delboys and Vincents. Vincent's were actually screening the Bournemouth Vs Aston Villa match, Villa won 1-0, which made me so happy I ran all the way back to Presidente and jumped head first into the pool. Thank you Rudy Gestede! Back to the hotel - I cant actually review any of the other foods, as I only had fries and potato wedges. I felt the sunbeds were very comftorble and one day I actually fell asleep in one and didn't wake up until 10pm, when the racket of a parrot show woke me up! I was devastated to miss and entire day, but it was a truly amazing sleep. I would also recommended bringing a book, as everyone else reads books and you look like an idiot, if you don't have one. Also, don't go in the kids pool, if you don't have any kids. I was kicked out - I was only learning how to swim! The rooms were very good, they all include a balcony, which is great to stand on when enjoying the view and the morning sun.
To sum it all up, make sure you visit this hotel, you will not regret it. I will be back summer 2016.More
Nice cheap holiday
Stayed here for a week in July 2015 with my girlfriend. The room was nice and clean and airy.
The balcony had amazing views over the bay, which was great to sit on and watch the sunset with one, or five, all inclusive drinks.
The all inclusive was standard buffet style food, which did get a bit repetitive after a week but was okay to keep us full. There was the option to make yourselves toasties or sandwiches in the afternoon.
The entertainment wasn't amazing, however we didn't really watch the shows on an evening.
There was free wifi in the hotel but it was a bit temperamental and sometimes wouldn't log on.
In reception their was a 'swap box', where people could leave their unwanted toiletries and sun creams when they were going home, so other hotel users could take them as they wanted them.
Overall it was a nice hotel that had everything you could ask for for a cheap week away!More
Jack B, 186336
Reasonable hotel that needs some TLC
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