The 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 one-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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Honeymooners receive a complimentary bottle of cava and flowers in room on arrival - please advise at the time of booking.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Cool off in this square outdoor number, or grab a sunbed and relax on the sun terrace with a book.
This place serves continental breakfasts and English options. Come the evening, you can try the pizza and pasta and sample local specialities. Highchairs are available.
Lounge terrace bar*
The lounge terrace has stools at the bar and a seating area which is partially private. There's a selection of ice-creams, spirits on display, and a choice of hot and cold drinks.
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Another great holiday
Once again we had a lovely ten day holiday at the Ses Savines, the staff were excellent and nothing is any bother to them . The bar staff /waiters Paco, Emillio.Tomas & Fransico work tirelessly from morning till night and are very friendly and helpful.Entertainment is shared nightly with the sister hotel the Arenal which is only a few minutes walk away.The rooms are cleaned daily and fresh towels every day, our cleaner on the top floor was great and our room was spotlessly clean.We paid for air con which made all the difference .The food again was excellent large choice (buffet) and a separate salad bar . Large selections of desserts . I am surprised that other reviewers find the food poor ,they have a wide selection of mains at least 5 or 6 choices, the breakfasts also cooked (full english)or continental choice.The hotel is in a prime site right on the beach and a short walk into the West end or the Bay area. Again I would recommend top floor rooms (sea view) Our only fault is the fact that residents are putting towels on the loungers at the pool at least before 7am when there are notices up stating that these cannot reserved , We went down to get breakfast at 8am to find all the poolside loungers had towels on them , these folk must be up during the night to claim the loungers . The management should remove these as they lie empty until the afternoon. Special mention to Conchi (receptionist) for great service.More
Sleepless At Ses Savines
I do feel a bit mean only giving three points to Ses Savines as the majority of staff are hardworking and very friendly (special note for the dining room manager - a real gentleman). However even my arrival at the hotel was bizarre with the receptionist breaking off mid sentence to shoo away a group of non-resident young guys who wanted to order drinks from the bar. Ironically, if they'd gone to the beachside terrace from the prom' they'd have been served no problem. The room (3rd floor) was small but clean with a half bath and bidet in the bathroom which also had a loose washbasin. All the windows were open which I considered a security issue but was entirely necessary due to the heat in the air-conditioning free room. I hired a fan from reception at 3â¬ per day which couldn't oscillate and frankly just moved warm air around a little bit. The bed wasn't so much a bed, but a brick so at nighttime it was absolutely impossible to get any sleep thanks to the temperature, loud hum of the fan and the concrete mattress. Eventually I did get a few hours one night from sheer exhaustion and sleep deprivation. Sadly not the night with the singer for the evening's entertainment - 11.30pm on the 3rd floor and still able to pick out every lyric to Gerry Rafferty's Baker Street. One morning, I spotted a resident at 7am heading to the pool to get towels on loungers which is particularly ridiculous when dawn is just happening and breakfast doesn't even open until 8am! The pool itself is small and a breeding ground for the lesser spotted inflatable of Ibiza. If you jump in, you won't be able to do a lap of the pool without having to push an unused and unattended blow up dolphin (or similar) out of the way. I don't know how often the pool is cleaned, but it's not often enough when there's a multitude of drowned insects, leaves and an oily film of excess sunscreen floating on the surface. The one part of the hotel where I had absolutely no problems was the restaurant for either breakfast or dinner. The food was high quality, well cooked and tasty. I'm surprised other reviewers have left mixed reviews about not being able to eat anything when there's at least 5 options to choose from. If you know you're a fussy eater and shy away from "foreign food" then don't book half board. 5/5 for catering, especially the desserts. Location is good, it's a nice walk up the promenade towards fountain square and the harbour for boat trips and/or drinkies in Ibiza Rocks Bar and Bay Bar which is almost next door. 2 minutes in the other direction is Ocean Beach if you're a bit of a pool party animal. Ibiza Rocks Hotel is a bit of a trek though, there's a taxi rank opposite the main entrance/parking lot and if you're heading to the Sunset Strip area during the day I'd spend the 8â¬ and save yourself from heatstroke. Free wi-fi in reception is frustratingly slow, but my tip is to go to Bay Bar for a drink that's priced similarly to Ses Savines' bar and enjoy their free and fast wi-fi. In short, the 2 questions are "Would I go back to Ses Savines?" the answer is no (even for the very reasonable price paid). Would I recommend this hotel? Not especially, as personally I'd save up a month extra to enjoy one star more.More
Dallas2Raleigh, East Midlands
Great Views,great hotel,great holiday
Hotel is right on the beach with pleasant seating within the hotel grounds ,ideal to take in the views and people watch..Rooms very clean, we paid for a room with sea view and were on the fourth floor with a great roomy balcony. Nightly entertainment shared between Ses Savines and the sister hotel just a short step away. Very close to other bars and entertainment where you can sit and watch the sunset. Staff helpful and a reasonable buffet style choice in the restaurant and an even better choice of cocktails! Generally the location,cleaniless,politeness of staff ,entertainment and ease of this holiday ensured we had a great time and fabulous holiday, we would definitely returnMore
Little To Offer, not well equipped with rude staff
I stayed in this hotel with 3 other friends all aged 18, it was clear from the start that they didn't like having younger guests in their hotel as they appeared rude with any requests we asked for. you need to pay for near enough everything, wifi, fridge, safe and air con are all separate add ons which is absurd as i have never been to a hotel which didn't supply a fridge in the room, and to top it off the drinks at dinner are not included, you may get a buffet every night but drinks were over priced and had to be paid for separately. i wouldn't recommend it for young groups of friends as they appeared annoyed when we came in late and i certainly wouldn't recommend it for families you would end up spending a fortune and not getting much out of it. with a tiny dining room and pool area the most important places were not no where near enough equipped for the large number of guests that arrived near the end of out holiday. i feel that the staff were rude when it came to problems that were unaccounted and was very unorganised as they tried to claim we hadn't paid a bill which was paid days before. rooms are basic with a tint shower and bath and non are very secure we didn't have doors only wooden shutters that were broken, the safe was a simple key safe that could simply be picked up out of the wardrobe. would only say this is a good hotel for older guests as its little and out the way. there was hardly any food for vegetarians with no wariness for allergies are meat free, it was a total guessing game which made me not confident in eating the food.More
Good hotel, the buffet style breakfast and dinner was great, right opposite the beach and not far from the strip. I would recommend hiring a car to see the rest of the island it is worth it. The room does not come with air con so you have to pay extra for that or â¬15 for a fan other things are available to hire too. All in all great hotel.More
kayren91, Glasgow, United Kingdom
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