Hotel Presidente  

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

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

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.

Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor pool

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.

Buffet restaurant

There's a show-cooking station at this place, so you can see your meal being prepared right in front of you.

Splash park

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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twin room with sea view and balcony

These twin rooms come with 2 or 3 beds, a flatscreen TV with limited channels, a cooler* and tea and coffee facilties. Space is limited when fully occupied, with no cot space. Outside, you'll have a balcony with views of the sea.

double room with balcony

Double rooms sleep up to 2 adults and 2 children, with a double bed and bunkbeds. They come with a flatscreen TV with limited channels, a cooler* and tea and coffee facilities.

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Fantastic Family Holiday!

We stayed at the Hotel Presidente for 11 nights from 25th July - 05th August. We arrived around 10pm & check in was swift & easy. We missed the evening meal but the reception held back some sandwiches, fruit & bottles of water which was a nice touch... We were allocated room 424 (requested high floor) & had an amazing view of the sea aswell as part of the main pool & entertainment stage (was noisy at night until 11pm). Breakfast, lunch & evening meals were all of a high quality & something for everyone. There are 3 swimming pools, a great little splash pool with slides & shoots (shaded at different times throughout the day), a small shallow pool & the larger (& very busy) deeper pool. If you want the best sunbeds & best spots then yes you do need to get up early, most days I was up between 7:15 & 7:30am & was still being beaten to the better beds. As people have mentioned some sunbeds are very old (but do the job) and others are brand new and extreamly comfortable! Pool Bar was great, although for me it would have been better to open at 10:00/10:30am rather than 11:00am, good quality selection of All Inclusive drinks, children could help themselves to the red and blue slush puppy drinks aswell as the usual Coca-Cola, Sprite, Lemon Fanta etc drinks dispenser. The freezer with the ice creams was regularly topped up throughout the day & early on you could get your hands on 'Feast' ice creams which went like hot cakes! Evening entertainment was OK, nothing more, nothing less, we enjoyed the magician & parrot shows and played bingo on the odd occasion, our little one's enjoyed the mini disco. We varied the week up by spending an evening out on the beach or at one of the restaurants near by. We booked our flight (Ryanair), Hotel, & Transfer (Taxi) independently & this all went very smoothly & did not prevent booking an excursion (Waterpark in Play Den Bossa) through the Thomson Rep (Carrick). I must say the Swap Box that Carrick has arranged is a great idea & saved us & many other families a fortune, everything from Lilo's, children's inflatables, beach parasols to toothpaste & sun-tan lotions... The resort itself was lovely, small & relaxed but still had lots on if you were willing to look around & explore. Aswell as the trip to the Waterpark we took a trip on the Glass Bottom Boat (watch out for the cave!), Peddalo (car) with water slide & took this out into the middle of the sea (crystal clear & in amongst the fish!), Crazy Golf at Jardin Del Mar & the Hippy Market on a Friday evening (50 ish stalls). We eat out at Jardin Del Mar & Zulu Lounge, would rate Jardin Del Mar 7/10 and this was for the setting/location rather than the quality of food/service & Zulu Lounge 9/10, great place, great food, great music, friendly staff but you do miss out on the sunset of an evening... We loved Portinatx & the beaches were some of the best that we have visited so the only thing stopping me from giving this a 5 our of 5 was a few irritating things.. a)the sockets in our room, there was only 2 and 1 of these kept failing meaning the fridge kept breaking down, not good when you have a young family. b)the hill, & yes it is a hill, especially when you have to push a pushchair with a 2 year old up it, it's steep on the way down aswell. c)the snacks within the hotel, very limited & have experienced much better & d)the children's play equipment next to the splash pool, first of all it's dangerous, especially when the children are wet from the pool & secondly why have the younger & safer play area up a level and the one for the older children at poolside?? We will be coming back to Portinatx one day & would have definitely stayed here again although I believe this is being a made an over 16's hotel from 2017... All in all we had a great holiday & was sad to leave.More

Paul H, 186361

Great for family's with small children

My family & I (husband and daughter (3) visited the hotel presidente in July at the start of the kids summer holidays. I was very worried about staying here as some of the reviews really wasn't that good.. But we where really pleasantly surprised with my whole holiday. The hotel is a little dated but very clean and the staff work ever so hard. The food was really good and even with a fussy 3yr old we always managed to find something for us and her. The entertainment was not the best in the evening but my daughter loved the kids mini disco and loved shouting out the bingo numbers, if she was having a good time so where we. My favourite part of the hotel was the splash park my daughter had the best time and met a couple of little friends their, which helped with her been the only child. The only negative I would say about the hotel is the sun lounger reserving my god I've never been on a holiday like it, but we did always find a little spot somewhere. Now about Portinatx it was a little to small of a resort for my husband and I nothing much about or really anywhere to walk, but it was beautiful for us we just needed something more. I would return to this hotel with no hesitation at all we really did have a fabulous holiday ❤️More


Loved This Place

We booked through Thompson for a family week away. The lobby is lovely but dont expect 5* as you get what you pay for. The staff are always pleasant and the pool and bar area clean and tidy. The hotel also has an adults only sanded area about the size of a tennis court with it's own bar should you wich to get away from the kids. The gym is good and there isw some great bit fishing and snorkelling in the cove. Take some bread to the beach in the morning before the crowds hit then paddle out and hand feed the nearly pet like fish, we where amazed. Evening entertainment isn't the best which is the only down side. The rooms are sparce but clean and also cleaned daily. We went all inclusive which I was dubious about but withjout need as i couldn't fault it with a full array of breakfast including full english and fresh fruit. Lunchtimes where also good but evenings where the best with a 7 day stay including salmon, mussels and the chicken pie is beautiful. Portinatx is a lovely quiet village away from the madding crowd but with still plenty to do. We will definately be going againMore

Greg F,

Good not great

This hotel is very basic. It's in desperate need of a full renovation, which is due either next season or the season after. To be honest the sooner the better really. It was however spotlessly clean and the staff were friendly. Emma on reception was just exceptional at helping me out when my children became poorly. The entertainment isn't great but it's watchable. The inside bar does not open until 11pm when you have to pay for drinks so unless you are having wine or beer in the restaurant, you will be drinking it out of a plastic cup all holiday at the outside bar by the pool. The wine is terrible so get a cup of soda water to add to it and it isn't so bad. Slushies, fizzy drinks and ice cream is self service all day and kids can just help themselves. When we arrived it wasn't too busy but after the 1st week it was packed. And I have to say, I have never stayed at a hotel where adults are screaming at each other over kids, knocking on doors and running away in the middle of the night, screaming down corridors at 4am. What you have to think sometimes when you get a good deal is you get what you pay for, and this is the case at this hotel. If you got a great bargain then brill. The food in the restaurant started off really well but lacked quality when they got busier which was a shame. The beach near the hotel is stunning, really beautiful but I warn you its at the bottom of a very steep hill and it took a lot of work to get up it in the heat. The views from the hotel are great. After the much needed refurb this hotel will be amazing I'm sure. Everyone we spoke to seemed to be ill with cold like symptoms, coughs or ear infections and my children and my dad were no exception. We arrived home with my dad having a chest infection, my 6 year old with an ear infection and my 2 year old with tonsillitis. Not 100% sure but have a feeling it is to do with the pool or air con. The air con goes off every two hours so you literally have to keep pressing a button every two hours to switch it back on again. People put out towels at night to reserve beds for the morning and reception does nothing about it. Only a few of the sun beds are new, most of them are really old and very uncomfortable. The kids splash pool is good but very slippy, two children slipped while we were there badly cutting their chins, resulting in one of the kids having stitches. There is not much going on in the main town, so if you are looking for a quiet one then it's the perfect place. We went to Santa Eulalia for a day and it was amazing there. We wished we would have stayed there. All in all it was a good holiday but we wouldn't return.More


Our first All Inclusive holiday

We had a week AI here, we returned home yesterday. Myself, partner and 6 year old son. We usually visit family in Tenerife but decided to try something different this year. My partner and I love Ibiza from our child free days so wanted to bring our son. Friends recommended this hotel and resort so this was our choice. Through Thomson booking and travel was easy. Although the hotel is quite dated it didn't matter. It was very clean, rooms tidied and new towels everyday. Couldn't fault the food and drink available all day, with very pleasant staff. View from the room was stunning. The three pool areas were great, we went between all three everyday. Although busy at the big pool everyone was friendly and polite. Our boy loved the soft play area to get some shade. He also loved a game of pool. The jacuzzi was lovely and cold when you want to cool off. The seafront is just a short walk down a hill. It's not as steep as other reviews led us to believe. We did it two or three times a day. We'd Definately return here. More

Kelly H,

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