This hotel takes you to Ibiza’s tranquil side. Here you get a great pool, and you’re just footsteps from a sandy beach.
This whitewashed, three-storey hotel is in a beautiful bay, surrounded by mountains and pine trees. It’s right on a sand-and-pebble beach, and there are bars and restaurants five minutes' walk away.
There’s a big lagoon pool with views over the bay. And you get similarly grand views from the high-up buffet restaurant. At night, there are live performances, with everything from hypnotists to parrot shows.
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Food & Drink
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Full Board buffet meals, option to dine in the 2 themed restaurants - 1 is located in the Hotel San Miguel. Local alcoholic beverages, soft drinks, tea and coffee 10.00-23.00. Snacks 11.00-21.00 and ice-cream 11.00-23.00.
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The pool area comes complete with sunbeds and parasols.
This place puts on a buffet for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
A variety of entertainment is arranged for you to enjoy, such as singers, hypnotists, parrot shows and karaoke. There's also a mini-disco every evening at 8.30pm.
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twin room with balcony
Twin rooms are fresh and bright with natural light from the double doors. There's a balcony outside too. Rooms sleep up to 3 people and there's and extra bed provided.
double room with balcony
These double rooms are well-lit with lots of natural light from the double doors - there's a balcony outside too. Rooms sleep up to 4 people with extra beds added to the bedroom - they also come with a TV.
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Loved san miguel beach clubhotel
Lovely hotel good value for money, beautiful little cove right on the beach, couldn't fault the food or drinks standard all inclusive we will be back, it's a 3 star hotel very clean in a lovely location. Chinese restaurant in sister hotel very good.More
If you expect 5* don't pay for 3* then moan... lovely place
Just got back from a weeks stay and really enjoyed our holiday ( myself and girlfriend ) we booked a day before we flew out and paid Â£255 pp...absolute bargain. Firstly, we knew we weren't staying 5* so weren't expecting anything more than basic but were extremely pleased on arrival at the nice reception area and then the room we given was much much nicer than anticipated, we had room 127, a 1st floor room overlooking the pool. It had two double beds a nice balcony and was very clean. Our toilet wouldn't flush at first but within half an hour the maintenance had fixed it. The first two nights sleep were broken by drunken selfish guests at 4am coming back from the local bar although that can happen anywhere. There are various places to eat and at first we ate in the small restaurant in the Beach Club but I would recommend booking every day ( bit of a pain but you just ask at reception ) to eat in the main restaurant in the sister hotel Cartago. There is also a Chinese in the Cartago which is excellent - we ate in there twice !! again you need to book this a day before. During the day between 12 and 6pm you can get chips, burgers, chicken , salads etc from the Western Saloon if you don't want to be set to you're lunch times. We had no complaints at all with the standard or choice of food, in fact a diet awaits!!. The Beach Club pool area is more set out towards families / kids but if (like us) you want a more chilled time you can use the Cartago's pool and bar area whenever you want which is lovely and overlooks the Beach Club complex. During the day there are lots of different activities to do - table tennis archery darts pool tennis and more. Every night there is something different on the stage ( I wasn't impressed with the hypnotist but some others loved it ). The various bars stop serving all inc at 11pm but if you fancy a late drink there are a few bars around complex and you can go to and some do food also, one night we had a pizza in Tornado's bar and it was lovely, they also served kebabs. There are buses to the other areas of the Island and we paid 2.80 Euro to travel to Ibiza town one day. All in all it is a great complex for families and couples alike, very clean and tidy and I would return, the people on here moaning are just moaners .....don't take any noticeMore
Value for money
Let me preface my review by stating that I am not an all-inclusive holiday lover. For me there was a distinct lack of things I wanted to do but I try not to lose sight of the fact that I would 100% rather be in the glorious sunshine on a beautiful beach than at work. This was a week's family escape. The hotel is basic. The rooms are basic, sparsely decorated but functional and clean although the daily mopping did leave a sticky residue over the floor. The food provided was varied, though basic and probably the same quality as my childhood school lunches. We are not food connoisseurs or picky eaters so this was just fine by us. We made good use of the table tennis tables and did lounge around by the pool and partake in the quizzes and darts tournaments. There is a beach towel reservation system in use around the pool! The bay of San Miguel itself is absolutely beautiful and my most enjoyable moments were spent in the sea though the town boasts very little and is not brilliantly connected with the rest of Ibiza. Overall it was an enjoyable stay that was great value for money.More
Angharad M, 186216
Good for families
We went as a couple to this resort. I would say that on first impressions we thought we had made a big mistake in booking this hotel but changed our minds soon after. It is very near the beach so you can walk through an easy walkway past the pool. I did think that the pool area and Western Theme bar was stuck in the 70's. You can dine in the sister hotel in the evening or day as long as you booked a day in advance that suited as better for the evening meal as there wasn't that much choice in the restaurant for evening meal, although we preferred breakfast and lunch in the San Miguel. There is also a Tapas bar that you can go to so there is plenty of choice. The pool area was always kept clean as was the hotel. We enjoyed our stay there, the evening entertainment was hit and miss for us. It seemed to centre too much on children's entertainment which was fine but no cut off time to have some cabaret rather than child's play. I think it would have been great for any family. The only thing I was dismayed at the waste of food. It was the first time I've gone all inclusive in Europe and was surprised that holiday makers piled their plates up with food that was never eaten.More
Myself and son come for 1 week i wasn't told about paying taxes to stay at hotel (kids don't pay) said wifi was free In broucher. Had to pay â¬20 euros for 2 devices (1 week) can be hit and miss not the best connection. Rooms have hair dryer and shower gel provided, beds comfy and spacious. Lifts a pain when going for dinner or breakfast always full or go straight past level. Variety of food not the best but enough for all needs. Chinese lovely (need to book day before) entertainment staff very friendly and make you feel welcome. Beach a 2 min walk from hotel nice and clean. Ideal for family's with small children not the best place for teenagers not much to do . Bar closes at 11pm then have to pay for any drinks after , also not allowed to play pool after 11pm . 3 shops close by to get souvenirs and 3 bars would recommend going tornadoes bar better atmosphere than other 2, food served there very nice .had a lovely week here wouldn't return as I found alot quiet to where I normally go abroad. More
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