Ses Savines Hotel  

TThe Ses Savines Hotel is spot on when it comes to location. It's just minutes from the beach and 10 from the lively bars and restaurants in San Antonio's centre. At base, a beachside pool and bright rooms are the order of the day.

For a holiday based around the beach, this hotel is in the perfect spot. It's a 1-minute wander from the sandy beach of San Antonio Bay, and only 10 from the centre of town and its bars and restaurants.

As for the hotel itself, it's a low-rise whitewashed place with a good-sized square pool outside. There's a snack bar out here too. Plus, the sun terrace overlooks the beach.

On the inside, the rooms are bright and simply done, with crisp white walls and splashes of colour in the curtains and bedsheets. Come mealtimes, there's a buffet restaurant that lays on breakfasts, stocked with continental and full English options. It also serves dinners like pizza and pasta and local specialties like paella.

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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor pool

Cool off in this square outdoor number, or grab a sunbed and relax on the sun terrace with a book.

Buffet restaurant

For continental breakfast and English options. Come the evening, you can try the pizza and pasta and sample local specialities. Highchairs are available.

Lounge terrace bar*

With stools at the bar and a seating area which is partially private. There's ice-cream to choose from and spirits on display, plus other soft and hot drinks to choose from.

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twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 4. Air-conditioning comes with a charge.

twin room

Twin room sleeps up to 4.

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I just love this hotel

I am a 5* hotel kind of person but this is my most favourite hotel in all the world. This was our 3rd stay in this hotel. What makes it special is the friendly staff, the fantastic location and it's family run and not a big chain of hotels. Yes the rooms are a little dated but how often are you in your room. Yes the food can be strange in the evening and you have to queue but breakfast on the terrace sure makes up for that. And yes it can be very noisy at night with music playing from bay bar and all the youngsters going home or even out. (oh I am making myself sound really old now) But if you want the fantastic location then it's worth putting up with. Yes the pool area is small with not enough sun beds, then get up early and get one or go to the beach. All the negatives have a positive at Ses Savines Hotel that's why they have so many repeat guests. See you next year Ses Savines I am counting the months already.More

mickeydog01, Congleton, United Kingdom

perfect stay!

Me and my girlfriend went to ses savines last week and it was purely amazing! We went half board and food was great and never had trouble finding a place to sit. All residents seemed to have been there a few times before and one person even said he'd been going for 25 years! The staff were more than perfect and our room was always cleaned in good timing. The shower worked perfectly and the swimming pool was awesome too! It's right outside the bay so we could look out at sunsets from our balcony and enjoy an evening of entertainment once the sun went down every night. everyone was friendly and helpful and I'd go to ses savines again that's for sure! 5 stars.More

Simon C,

Fantastic Hotel - Highly Recommend

We booked this particular hotel as I have recently had to go on a gluten free diet for health reasons and Ses Savines was meant to cater for gluten free - which they did brilliantly. I would recommend this hotel to anyone, especially if you have a dietary requirement as you will not be made to feel like a nuisance at all. The food is amazing and there is a wide range of choice. Paco, who was in charge of the dinning room would make sure I had something nice to eat every evening. He would happily show me round the buffet, pointing out what was gluten free, and even had the cook make me my own chicken. For breakfast there is a basket full of gluten free goodies. An absolute delight. The location is fabulous. The hotel is right on the beach front, with such a lovely beach. Ibiza town is just a short walk away and there is a bus station nearby if you choose to do any day trips - old town is well worth a visit. There are also lots of little shops nearby and small markets. There are loads of restaurants nearby but we never used any as the food on offer at the hotel was so good. Not far from the hotel on the way to Ibiza town, there are lots of water activities such as para-sailing and boat rides - plenty of activities nearby. The sunset strip (Cafe Mambo etc) are about a twenty minute walk away from the hotel. Here you can watch the sun go down, over the sea which is so beautiful. The staff at the hotel complex are all so lovely and friendly and really do go above and beyond to help you out. Romeo, the night receptionist was so funny. The hotel has entertainment on every night which finishes around midnight so it isn't too noisy for families. Thomas Cook also has trips organised that you can go on if you wish to. Our hotel rep, Emily was very helpful too - she got our room swapped to a quieter one without any bother, with the help of the hotel staff. I could not fault this place at all. I had a stereotyped view that Ibiza would be very noisy and full of clubbers but it was so not the case. If you are looking for a relaxing family holiday then don't rule this place out cause you could be pleasantly surprised. Thank you to all at Ses Savines and Thomas Cook who made this such a great holiday. Will definitely visit here again and highly recommend it.More



Me and my boyfriend stayed here from the 11th-18th september and we had an amazing time. The hotel was very clean and the staff were lovely. We arrived quite early on the 11th and were told that our room wasn't ready yet so the reception staff looked after our luggage so we sat outside and had some lunch. The menu consisted of salads, burgers, baguettes, toasties, pizzas and a few main meals which were all very reasonably priced (the 2 of us could have a light lunch and a drink for under 15 euros) The food was delicious and served very quickly. When we got to our room we had room 348 which is on the right hand side of the building, this meant we had both a sea view and a road view, this was perfect for us as it meant that the sun wasn't shining into our room all day and we could still see the stunning sunset every night. The room itself was basic, 3 beds, a dressing table with tv (no english channels) a large wardrobe and a bathroom with a bath/shower. There is no hairdryer unlike the sister hotel The Arenal so be sure to pack one. The room was cleaned every day and fresh towels were provided. Although the hotel has a few clubs surrounding it, we had no problems sleeping at all. Just outside the hotel was the beach, if you plan on staying on the beach most days I would recommend buying yourself a lilo for 6euros from the shop around the corner from the hotel as the loungers are for hire and can work out to be very expensive if you are staying for a week or two. You can always leave the lilo by the pool when you go as they can be used by others. The food at the hotel was o.k. Breakfast was the same everyday - toast, bread rolls and pastries, greek yogurt or a fry up and free soft drinks and tea/coffee. There wasn't much variety to dinner either, there would be salad and cheeses and then a couple of main options such as vegetable lasagne and spag bol and mash potato most nights. Although there wasn't much variety to this, it was all still edible and filled me up fine :) The thing that made me disappointed about dinner was that drinks were not included and a bottle of water was 1.80... I picked up a bottle water for 1.80 across the road which was 8 litres so i thought this was very overpriced. A Bottle of pepsi was 2.10 and a beer for 2.20. The entertainment altered each night between The Ses Savines and The Arenal. Our first night was a Hypnotist, i found this very entertaining and very funny, we both had a great night. I remember seeing him the year before at The Arenal hotel and a few things were the same material but it was just as funny. Another night I'd recommend is seeing the parrot show, you can have your photos taken with the parrots too. The pool area was quiet, I read that some people had trouble getting a sunbed but we had no problem, a few were reserved but there were plenty left. The pool itself was very cold, we only went it in once as the sea is right on your doorstep and is a little warmer, we also bought snorkels so we could see the fish. Although laying on the beach and with us being 19 & 24, we were bombarded with promoters telling us to come to their clubs even though we did not come here to party. There were also men coming up and down the beach selling sunglasses but just say 'no thanks' and they will leave you alone straight away, the women braiding hair however do not, they will grab your hand and not let go. If we were walking along the promenade and we could see them on our path, we would de-tour onto the beach just to avoid them. If you walk down to the west-end you can go on a variety of boat trips. We payed 14 euros each to visit 2 different beaches, the cave of love and then finally we headed to an aquarium which had some strange looking fish in it. Included in the boat trip was soft drinks, sangria and some nibbles. Overall i would strongly recommend this hotel, although the food isn't amazing, it is still edible and kept us going. The staff are very friendly and helpful and we had a fantastic time. See you next year!More

Jemma H, Thetford, England, United Kingdom

Better than a 2*

My partner & I stayed here the first week off September and we were quite impressed considering it's rated as a 2* hotel.. Room was ok, make sure to take a hair dryer as they do not provide one! We hired a safe for €17 and paid for air con. Also paying a little extra for a sea room was worth it. The food was pretty basic, not the greatest, small variety of different main meals. The beach opposite was beautiful, paid 5€ for sun loungers as the pool was always packed and full of kids, so again worth it. The staff were nice apart from the old dinner man who walked around in his suit holding his clip board asking for cards to show so you could have dinner. One disappointment was the wifi was very very slow! We took a walk to the sunset strip which was incredible! Also we used the water taxi to go to Cala Bassa which was amazing, but Formentera is a must do, cost €29 and a long boat ride with a 2 mile walk to the beach, its worth it.. Be careful when going out of the hotel, you tend to get pestered constantly by sellers, selling "raybans" and watches! Same on the beach, just beware of the women braiding hair they will grab your hands! But apart from that overall, it wasn't too bad! Ideal for families & couples.More


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