These apartments have real family appeal, with kids' pools and entertainment around the clock. Apartments come king-sized and the two restaurants offer up please-all fare. Plus, its beachfront spot means San Antonio's sands are just moments away.
This place is right on Punta Xinxo Beach, just along from San Antonio proper. And its huge terrace virtually melts into the beach. Cross the walkway and you’re on the sands in seconds.
As to the complex itself, it’s made up of four-storey blocks grouped around the terrace. Sunbeds are here in force and the main, cloverleaf-shaped pool is pretty, with palm trees rising up from its centre. One of the pool’s ‘leaves’ is reserved for toddlers. The highlight, though, is the neighbouring splash pool. Complete with a novelty shark, shipwreck, showers and chutes, it’s the equivalent of a miniature aqua park.
Apartments are spacious and light. Most have undergone a recent refurbishment, too. Fresh magnolia walls have been teamed with blue-and-yellow furnishings. Smart kitchenettes and balconies or terraces finish things off. In terms of size, you can choose between studios and one, two or three-bedroom apartments, some of which offer bay views.
Elsewhere, you’ve got all the essentials on tap. There are two bright and breezy restaurants serving international dishes, plus a friendly bar on the beachfront. Add games and shows in the evening and you’ve got entertainment covered.
What’s more, getting to San Antonio is easy. Buses run into town from nearby or you can walk there – it’ll take around 45 minutes. Or there’s always the more scenic option of water taxis, which cruise to the centre or other nearby beaches. And if you don’t fancy going into town, there are plenty of restaurants and bars just outside the complex.
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Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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With palm trees centred in the middle of the cloverleaf-shaped pool, one of the leaves is just for toddlers.
La Bahia international restaurant*
La Bahia offer an extensive international menu, plus a separate menu for the children.
Playa Bella international restaurant*
Offering a variety of international dishes, plus a separate children's menu.
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3 bedroom apartment
3 bedroom apartment sleeps up to eight, with air-conditioning from 15th June to 15th September, kitchenette with kettle, toaster, two electric rings, oven, maid service with towel change twice a week and linen weekly. Plus flatscreen TV with several English channels.
1 bedroom apartment
1 bedroom apartment sleeps up to three adults and one child, or two adults and two children. With air-conditioning from 15th June to 15th September, kitchenette with kettle, toaster, 2 electric rings, oven, maid service with towel change twice a week and linen weekly. Plus flatscreen TV with several English channels.
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amazing place - let down by food
We went here as a family, a 10 year old and a 14 year old, and it was one of the best we've ever been on! The pool was decently sized and is practically on the beach, which was lovely. We had to get up extremely early to get a sun bed as once they're gone, they're gone, and they go very fast. This would be a down side for many people but for us with a 10 year old wanting to get up as quickly as possible it was not a problem. There was only 1 restaurant we went to that had decent food (which I have forgotten the name of) but the rest of what we went to was not very good at all, especially the one on site, however loved by the 10 year old. Breakfast on the other hand was nice! Entertainment was amazing. Chip made an effort with all of the kids and made an effort to learn names, and came round to talk to everyone individually round the pool which was lovely-kids loved him. We didn't really go anywhere, apart from across to San Antonio as there's nothing much to do of what we knew of, but that didn't matter as we preferred to stay round the pool all day, the kids made lots of friends and it looked like they were having a lot of fun. Rooms were spacious, clean, and good TV which we watched on a morning and while we were getting ready on a night. It would be great to return again, the only thing stopping us would be the lack of restaurants around that we all liked, other than that I wouldn't hesitate.More
we have been to the Playa Bella Apartments lots of times. more recently we were in the refurbished apartments, beautiful and spacious, i would highly recommend these apartments if you have children, the pool area is spectacular and lots to do for the little ones.More
gilljo2015, County Dublin, Ireland
Perfect for a family holiday
Playa Bella apartments are a very clean & really well run complex we stayed August 2014 for 2 weeks in a superior studio apartment & we can't fault it in any way. All the staff are very friendly & there's everything for all ages plus it's right on the beach. We have booked again for this August & can't wait ó¾«ðºðððMore
Lovely clean spacious apartment. Blonde English lady on Reception very friendly and helpful. Nice pool area. Great location. Make sure you try Casita restraunt for a lovely meal. Lovely holiday, look forward to returning.More
AndrewAndDonna, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Not for young fun seekers....Think Benidorm with Johnny Vegas!
Firstly, if you have been to Ibiza but are not sure where this hotel is...It is San An Bay, not San An. And it is a ten minute walk further round the island from Pink Panther and Reggae Beach. There are a few bars nearby but it is nothing like the Ibiza I am used to. The hotel was full of families and older people. They do evening entertainment that caters well to these people. We spent one night in the bay and after that we just got taxis round to San An. It costs about 8 euros to get round to where everything is happening in a cab, 5 euros in a water taxi but the novelty of that quickly wore off! There was a cracking restaurant on the main road by the hotel called Relish....They did a brilliant Sunday lunch. But essentially, if you are under the age of 40, you want to be on the other side of the island. Plenty of half finished hotels and a far more family friendly feel over here.....This is not the Ibiza I know and love!More
Lomas87, Nottingham, United Kingdom
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