Orquidea Aparthotel  

This beach-side hotel brings the heart of stylish Santa Eulalia to your door.

Location-wise, this hotel ticks a lot of boxes. It’s in a quiet part of cosmopolitan Santa Eulalia on the pedestrianised seafront, just minutes away from shops and restaurants, and steps away from the beach.

The pool and big sun terrace are the highlights here, thanks to their views of the beach. Apartments and studios are simple and comfortable.

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Based On 508 reviews

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  • 1Building
  • 5Floors
  • 195Rooms
  • 3Lifts

Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks, Icecream
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selection of local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 11.00-23.00. Coffee and tea 16.00-17.00.  Coffee, tea and pastries 16.00-17.00, snacks 11.00-19.00 and ice-cream for children.

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Outdoor pool

Set close to the beach with views stretching out over the coastline. There's a section just for kids' too.

Buffet restaurant

Sample the international and Mediterranean cuisine, and watch dishes being prepared in front of you.

Pool snack bar

If you've worked up a thirst, head to the pool snack bar and cool off under the shade of the canopies. Choose from a selection of drinks and a variety of snacks, such as burgers and hot dogs.

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studio

Studio sleeps up to 3 with a TV, twin beds and a single sofa-bed. Cots are available and Wi-Fi has an extra charge.

superior studio

Superior studio sleeps 3. These rooms come with a TV.

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Mixed Feelings

Our first holiday in Ibiza and at the Orquidea.On Arrival we were offered a room upgrade to a sea /pool view for an extra 35euros which we accepted only to find that some other guests that didn't take the upgrade still had a sea view room(top tip check your allocated room first)It cost 25 euros for the safe key and 15 euros for wifi.We were there 10 minutes and I,d spent 75 euros.You get five euros back when you hand the safe key back.(make sure you keep the receipt).Wifi is abominable,constantly dropping out and painfully slow and certainly not worth the money.Room was very clean and beds very comfy but had to rearrange furniture in order to watch the telly.Theres a small kitchen area in the room with a hob,microwave,fridge and toaster.You have to ask at reception for a kettle.Food was to a good standard but not a great deal of choice in comparison to other hotels we've stayed at.Breafast is the usual continental selection or cooked.There is a chef that cooks eggs,omelettes,pancakes etc while you wait.We were all inclusive and wore wrist bands but were constantly asked our room numbers at the dining room,bars etc which became tiresome.The majority of the tables were single tables with four place settings but there were sets of two tables together normally set for six people.On a particular busy sitting we sat at double table that was only set for four as there was only four us and were abruptly asked to move by the lady that greets you when entering the dining room.She insisted it was for six when it was clearly set for four with only four chairs.She was adamant we had to move which didn't go down well as their were other groups of four people sat at tables that were set for six.It put a real dampener on the experience.The hotel has a bar inside near reception and a pool bar.If your all inclusive your drinks are free unless you ask for a cocktail which costs you five euros.A bit of a cheek as they still use the cheap local spirits that are free singularly.The pool bar is very busy in the evening and there's usually only two people serving resulting in a bit of a queue.I don't mind waiting my turn but there were people ignoring the queue,going straight to the front and still being served.A REAL BUGBEAR FOR ME !!!!!.If I could speak German they'd have got a piece of my mind.If you fancy an ice cream by the the pool it'll cost you.(only free to kids)During the day there is a snack bar next to the pool bar that do burgers,chips etc but you have to order it at the pool bar.Although we were all inclusive we went out and about during the day and the evenings.Theres loads of bars and restaurants in easy walking distance of the hotel that are well worth a visit.Mels bar do great food.Theres a fantastic Indian restaurant called Bollywood at the Marina.Santa Eulalia is a lovely place but visit Es Cana and Cala Llonga as well,you can get a boat there for six euros.The local bus service is excellent and really cheap.San Antonio bay is about thirty minutes away but only costs two euros.Overall hotel was okay but not great and would definitely visit Ibiza again.More

DELBOY160, Cleveland

Great location & value for money

I stayed here in August with extended family & friends and would stay here again in the future. Obviously it's not 5* luxury but it didn't come at a 5* luxury price either. It's situated directly on the beach in the lovely resort and is very close to a variety of supermarkets, restaurants and beach bars. The standard of cleanliness was very high. The reasons that this isn't a 5* review is because the on more than one occasion one of the receptionists (with a northern British English accent) was really quite rude and sharp to various members of our party when we asked politely to have taxis called to the hotel or for directions. And also because the rooms were a little on the cramped side for how many people were to stay in them - but if you can get over this and don't plan to spend much time in the apartment then this aparthotel is a great spot to stay.More

logroves, Budapest, Hungary

Mixed feelings

Our first holiday in Ibiza and at the Orquidea.On Arrival we were offered a room upgrade to a sea /pool view for an extra 35euros which we accepted only to find that some other guests that didn't take the upgrade still had a sea view room(top tip check your allocated room first)It cost 25 euros for the safe key and 15 euros for wifi.We were there 10 minutes and I,d spent 75 euros.You get five euros back when you hand the safe key back.(make sure you keep the receipt).Wifi is abominable,constantly dropping out and painfully slow and certainly not worth the money.Room was very clean and beds very comfy but had to rearrange furniture in order to watch the telly.Theres a small kitchen area in the room with a hob,microwave,fridge and toaster.You have to ask at reception for a kettle.Food was to a good standard but not a great deal of choice in comparison to other hotels we've stayed at.Breafast is the usual continental selection or cooked.There is a chef that cooks eggs,omelettes,pancakes etc while you wait.We were all inclusive and wore wrist bands but were constantly asked our room numbers at the dining room,bars etc which became tiresome.The majority of the tables were single tables with four place settings but there were sets of two tables together normally set for six people.On a particular busy sitting we sat at double table that was only set for four as there was only four us and were abruptly asked to move by the lady that greets you when entering the dining room.She insisted it was for six when it was clearly set for four with only four chairs.She was adamant we had to move which didn't go down well as their were other groups of four people sat at tables that were set for six.It put a real dampener on the experience.The hotel has a bar inside near reception and a pool bar.If your all inclusive your drinks are free unless you ask for a cocktail which costs you five euros.A bit of a cheek as they still use the cheap local spirits that are free singularly.The pool bar is very busy in the evening and there's usually only two people serving resulting in a bit of a queue.I don't mind waiting my turn but there were people ignoring the queue,going straight to the front and still being served.A REAL BUGBEAR FOR ME !!!!!.If I could speak German they'd have got a piece of my mind.If you fancy an ice cream by the the pool it'll cost you.(only free to kids)During the day there is a snack bar next to the pool bar that do burgers,chips etc but you have to order it at the pool bar.Although we were all inclusive we went out and about during the day and the evenings.Theres loads of bars and restaurants in easy walking distance of the hotel that are well worth a visit.Mels bar do great food.Theres a fantastic Indian restaurant called Bollywood at the Marina.Santa Eulalia is a lovely place but visit Es Cana and Cala Llonga as well,you can get a boat there for six euros.The local bus service is excellent and really cheap.San Antonio bay is about thirty minutes away but only costs two euros.Overall hotel was okay but not great and would definitely visit Ibiza again.More

Derek W,

Great location and comfy beds but ......

We were relocated to this hotel by Thomson on arrival at the airport due to the fact that there was some problem with the water at our originally booked accommodation. Not a great start to the holiday but at least we had somewhere to sleep! As regular visitors to Santa Eulalia we knew of this hotel as had often passed it, the location right by the beach is fantastic and close to the town centre, but we had never wanted to book it as always looked very basic, busy and noisy. On arrival at the hotel reception staff very friendly and check in quick and efficient, then everything went downhill from there, the first lift we tried to use refused to budge......luckily the other lift did work. First impressions of the room were very gloomy. We were booked on a self catering basis and had a 1 bedroom apartment. The balcony was tiny, the width of one plastic chair and whilst the view wasn't bad we must have been located over a kitchen as the overwhelming smell of something very garlicky was very prominent. The room was extremely disappointing, no kettle, tiniest kitchen area ever, very nice smart TV on the wall but would have had to rearrange all the furniture to watch it as the two easy chairs were facing the opposite wall. The bedroom was small and only had a very narrow wardrobe with a couple of hangers, no dressing table. The bathroom was the final straw very strange shape and with evidence of the last occupants bowel movement on the seat! We went downstairs to speak to the rep about all these problems and met another couple who like us had been relocated who were similarly disappointed. I have to say the Thomson rep was very helpful. She arranged for us to view a different room on the top floor which was clean and had a much larger balcony and a side view of the sea. We were told kettles were available and would be sent up to us. We accepted this room and arranged to see her the next morning. On unpacking we realised there were lots of things missing that we would have had at our originally booked accommodation in addition to the kettle there was no iron or ironing board, I mentioned this to the rep the next day and she arranged for these to be brought up to the room plus extra hangers. Cooking equipment in the room very basic. Wifi in the hotel very expensive ( we were expecting free). If you do book here free wifi is available at the neighbouring hotel riomar or the cafe kalissol just a short walk along the prom. The interior of the hotel was very modern but had no welcoming seating area even in the lounge bar the furniture was plastic rattan type furniture. Most people seemed to be booked on an all inclusive basis and spent their time huddled around the pool bar. Very minimal entertainment. Food in the hotel expensive, breakfast would have set us back €15 each! This all sounds very negative so I do have to say that we had a fab holiday, the weather was great, the location was great Santa Eulalia is a fab resort. The beds in the apartment were very comfortable, the hotel staff very friendly. We got used to the accommodation and by the end of our two weeks it felt like home, would we return ? Possibly, at least we would know what to expect!More

thedinglesontour, suffolk

Overall great holiday.

Just returned from our 2nd time in 2 years to the Orquidea. Very clean hotel in an excellent position. Staff very friendly. I feel for 3 star the food is very good value with plenty of choice. Found having to give my room number everytime I got a drink or got a snack quite off putting. This monitoring allows the hotel to indivually profile its guests. On a positive note the refurbished rooms are very nice but comes at a supplement of 15 euros a night!. The hotel should be more transparent with there charges at the point of making your booking. The entertainment is only for the young children with very little for the adults. Beware of the price in some of the bars- 1 JD and coke with a pint of larger 12 euros.More

elaine m, Preston, United Kingdom

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