Ses Savines Hotel  

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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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

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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twin room

Twin rooms are simply decorated and sleep up to four. Some include a balcony or terrace, and for an extra cost you can opt for a sea view.

single room

Single rooms are furnished with the basic essentials and sleep one with a single bed.

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Ses Savines Half Board

After Recently visiting the Ses Savines Hotel in san antonio bay for twelve nights in the school holiday break, a few words may help others make an informed choice. The Ses Savines setup has two hotels almost side by side with a smaller apartment complex alongside. All are in an ideal location right on the beach/sea front a short walk from Ibizas famous nightlife. The Arenal hotel has the better facilities, however in our time there the ses savines hotel seemed busier / friendlier, with a varied clientele all getting along and enjoying themselves. We took two adults in there forties, one grand mother and 5 highend teenage children. The hotel security staff clamp down on any inappropriate behavior or noise nuisance, and nip it in the bud as soon as any newcomers arrive. The hotel theme is "Family Orientated". The food was fine with plenty of choice, however the evening meal started at an awkward time of 19:30 ? The rooms and hotel are a little tired but kept very clean. The staff are extremely helpful, we even asked the receptionist if she could arrange a birthday cake to be made for our daughter. Within minutes the chef was asking what we wanted icing on the top,it was available an hour later and free of any charge !. Staff there will go above and beyond to help in any way they can. Be-aware not all rooms have air-conditioning which is paid for on a daily basis. The Tennis court, Squash court and crazy golf are in need of some TLC, that said we all had a great time and would definitely consider going back.More

Gary J, Flintshire, United Kingdom

Very basic but overall a good holiday

We stayed for 5 nights in July - A couple in late 20's, we wanted to be close to San Antonio but not stay in a hotel with all the wild party goers. The hotel is a mix of couples, families, older people and younger people. The hotel is a little way out and there isn't much around other than the Bay bar which is next door and has a great atmosphere, a taxi to the west in is about 6 euro. It’s worth getting a taxi just to avoid the over bearing sunglass sellers and women doing hair braids that bother you all the way down the promenade . The tone of the hotel is very quiet and I think everyone there respected that. The 18- 24 year olds in the hotel were very respectful and didn't seem to be any bother unlike other hotels I've stayed in. The sun loungers get reserved with towels very early so we always ended up sitting on a little sand area in the hotel grounds. The grounds of the hotel is actually very big but only the pool and bar area seems to be maintained, the rest looked very neglected. The pool and the outside seating area is very nice but a lot of sun loungers were broken. The staff in the bar were all very friendly and the food in the hotel is very good, especially the pizza's. The breakfast in the hotel was very good but there wasn’t anyone making omelettes or fresh eggs which was a little disappointing. You have to pay for Air Con and a safe which I personally think is a disgrace, 6euro per day for air con and 3 for the safe. The young male receptionist during the day is the most laid back, unhelpful man I’ve ever known to work in customer service. The Lady with short blond hair is very good, direct your queries to her as she is excellent. The male night receptionist is a different story all together. He tried to keep our passports on arrival to the hotel (lots of other people seems to let them) but I refused to let them keep it as they were all being stored in pigeon holes behind the reception area, no security or anything, anyone could just come in and take them. He also tried to stop my husband entering the hotel on our second night, thinking that he was just some guy I had picked up even though he had checked us in 2 nights earlier. We had to prove we were guests in the hotel to let him enter. The hotel room is basic but has a good bathroom and shower the beds were comfortable but you only get one pillow each and I prefer two. The walls are paper thin in the hotel and there always seems to be doors banging shut, if someone is in the corridor then you can hear every word. I didn’t get much sleep and was happy to go home to my own bed. Overall the hotel was ok with some aspects really good, I think if this hotel had a little more TLC then it could be a really could be excellent.More

Mimz87, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Should have a higher star rating

We have stayed in worse 3/4 star hotels. This hotel was fantastic for the 2 star rating. Can't understand the moaners on here, the hotel is full of all age groups and the younger people on the whole where well behaved Ok, I can only review as I saw ... So here goes ; Rooms Booked a sea view with air con .. Great views, clean and tidy... A bit of noise at night but I think it's more to do with the open corridors, the noise carries quite loud, you can hear a key drop on the floor quite loudly.. Solution! Ear plugs .. Sorted And hey, there is always the odd loud idiot who wants everyone to know they have been on the beer till the early hours... Security head most off at the front door tho Food All meals where fine, hot and with good choices each day... The head waiter is a good guy and keeps a check on his staff and ensures all is well... So get off his case Staff All helpful and friendly and take time out for a chat and banter Pool area Forget trying to get a bed after 9.30, there are some at the other pool round the back and I think the hotel could invest in a few more to go on their little beach area by the pool to alleviate the problem Area Your 15 mins walk to the west end strip, if that's your thing ! .. Or just come out of the hotel on to the beach walkway, turn right or left for great chill out bars The sunset strip is a must, but very expensive!! Most get a few drinks from a shop and sit on the rocks in front of the strip, we experienced Pete Tong doing a set while enjoying a bottle of Cava sitting on the rocks with hundreds of others Oh and for obvious reasons do this at sun set !! Ibiza old town Get a number 3 bus from the bus station, pay the driver 2.8 euro and the trip takes 25 mins..buses run every 15 mins on the time to go is after 6pm as it gets busy then... Take a walk to the top of the old town steps for fantastic views Bit more expensive than San An but worth the visit Insider tip Get a bottle of house cava from the hotel and watch the sun set .. only 10euro ... A steal !! Enjoy .. Jay n Magz, Formby, LiverpoolMore

Jay M, Liverpool, United Kingdom

Ses Savine's (San Antonio Bay)

We stayed at the ses savine's hotel for fourteen days,on arrival our room was ready so we had no waiting around the hotel staff were very pleasant and helpful staying in the bay was ideal as your not far from the west end which is a good ten minutes walk. As you walk along the sea front there is plenty of bars and food outlets to choose from pizza hut which do very nice pizza's there was also a burger king which is just behind lineker's bar on the main road on the way into the west end you have a small funfair that kids would love,you also have the nightclub es paradis and gatecrasher a bit further on next to the roundabout you have Flahertys Irish bar which serve very nice food as we ate there on a number of occasions the staff were very friendly and helpful. The west end itself has plenty of bars and places to eat we actually found a lovely English fish and chip shop which is near the hospital bar,the west end also has plenty of shops to buy souvenirs and clothes shops like space and amnesia that sell t-shirts and a whole range of clothing as well as tickets to the club. Staying in San Antonio Bay is ideal for family's with young children and senior citizens as it's out the way of the noisy bars that are further down the sea front,their is one bar next to the ses savine's but it seemed to close quite early when I was there in August 2014. All in all I would definitely stay at the ses savine's again as we had a pleasant stay,the hotel also offered crazy golf which was free to play they also have tennis courts but I never got around to playing tennis so can't comment on whether that is free to play,the hotel also had two swimming pools and the sister hotel the arenal you can actually use their facility's which include a gym and swimming pool.More

Tidy B,

shouldn't be a 2 star!

I stayed here for a week in jully with my two friends, we are all 19. The hotel did have a lot of young groups in aswel as familys and couples but luckily in my oppinion they were all well behaved. A lot of young people have criticised the security on the night time for being nasty but we thought he was amazing. We came in from the strip almost every night at 4am, but we were very quite and respectful of other guest, because of this the security were lovely with us and even had a chat with us about our nights out when we came back in. The food is deffintly better then 2 star quaility. Every night there was something different with plenty to choose from. Also it wasn't just "cheep" food. They had things like prawns, sea foods and a range of good meats on every night alongside pasta dishes and vegtables done in different ways. They also had pizza,chips, chiken nuggets etc for the younger guests. We stayed half board so had to buy our own dinner but we did end up getting it from the hotel bar every day as it was a very good menu and reasinibly priced. The location is brilliant, right on the beach, about a 10 minute walk to the west end but not too close so you don't get all the noise if you want a quite night in. The enertainment looked good from what i saw. The rooms were cleaned well every day and the cleaners were lovely! Always smiling and saying hello. You do have to pay for extras for your room though, for example wifi was 15 euro but did work well, the safe was 14 euro and the air con was 6 euro per day but definatly worth paying for! Three are two pools, but the main pool is better as its next to the beach and the hotel bar etc. It does say you cannot reserve sun beds yet everyone still does it, we went planning on doing it but then realised we would never get a sun bed if we didn't. Overall the hotel is lovely and does suite the needs of a range of guests, the family's in particular looked like they were having an amazing time. However my one main complaint which i must mention is the fact that on our second day one of the staff walked round the pool area and started picking up peoples bottled water and walking away with it without explaining why. When he got to us we asked why and he said you can only drink water around the pool if it was bought from the hotel itself and then gave us the option to take our water that we had bought from a shop up to our room. I thought this was disgusting as water is a basic right and should not be taken away from you regardless of were you got it from. Apart from that it is a lovely hotel with friendly staff, kept very clean and good food!More

jessicagreener, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

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