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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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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Set close to the beach with views stretching out over the coastline. There's a section just for kids' too.
Sample the international and Mediterranean cuisine, and watch dishes being prepared in front of you.
There's a variety of watersports on offer, including scuba diving, water-skiing, windsurfing and canoeing.
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Ok, beware of AI
We arrived and took a taxi from the airport, it was only 35Euros, which we thought was pretty good to be honest. I want to thank all those who wrote reviews before, this meant that we were fully prepared for the 'hard sell' for the upgrade. we go the spiel of "this side of hte hotel is old, this side is new; 25Euro per night for an upgrade, you get a partial sea view, pool view and a hair dryer". We declined, saying we were only staying for 3 nights and weren't planning on spending that much time in the room anyway. When we got to our room, lo and behold, a partial beach view and pool view with a hairdryer.... beware people! However, if you do have a room over the pool, don't aim for an early night as the AI people camp out round the pool into the small hours, as we discovered to our detriment. Our room was comfortable, lovely beds and bathroom, well equipped kitchen (we were self catering) the room could have slept 3, but it would have been tight. The rooms are not cleaned on a Tuesday, this was our middle day and were surprised to return to no made beds. There were many lovely bars and restaurants within walking distance and we much enjoyed the breakfasts that could be found along with bargain priced and decent cocktails. Do be warned, there are quite a few brit bars and restaurants, however, if you want local delicacies these are also available.More
Missyb_0979, London, United Kingdom
Great Budget Hotel
Stayed second week in July 2014. Arrived lunch time and was told our room wasn't ready but we could upgrade. After reading previous reviews we called their bluff and said we would go for lunch and check our allocated room in a couple of hours. Upon our return we spoke to Anita on reception who informed us that we would be fine with our room. On inspection the room was perfect, located at the back of the hotel away from the pool with a wonderful view of the church on the hill. We did not use the hotel bar, so cannot comment. We did not eat in the hotel, so cannot comment. We did not use the pool, so cannot comment. We found the reception staff very friendly and helpful. The location of the hotel is brilliant. We like the beach, this is 10 metres from the front of the hotel. Sun beds can be hired for between 3 and 4.5 Euros a day (all in all pretty good value). There are a number of beach bars and places to eat with sunbed hire all along the outside of the hotel (most have free wifi, sometimes signal isn't great). We had a tendancy to head to the right (quieter with a slight breeze). Very relaxing atmoshere, we loved it. Five minutes walk on an evening and you are in the centre, wonderful rest'ts and bars, you should try the harbour and the back streets. Felt very safe here. If you like to run (there were lots of runners here), we mapped out a 7.5k loop that took us all the way around the town via the harbour, church on the hill and riverside walk. Two laps of that made for a great experience. Returning to the hotel, it was very clean, plenty of hot water, utensils in room to cook (we didn't bother), a good fridge was also available. All in all we really enjoyed our stay and would return. Thank you to all at the Orquidea.More
Spuddiepudwood, Leeds, United Kingdom
Not the best for young families but excellent location
Most of my comments are taken from a families perspective. We are a family of five, with our two youngest still in buggies. We have been to this part of Ibiza a few times and my friends holiday at this hotel a lot, they abs love it. So we thought we would give this one a try. Firstly, abs fabulous location, near all amenities and on the beach. We were all inclusive and the food was great. I thought the choice ( for adults) was good and the quality was great. The majority of staff in the restaurant are very helpful, so are the poolside staff as well as the childrens entertainer. Our room was fine, simple and basic, not the biggest room in the world but it met our needs (We weren't asked for an upgrade - suspect none of the new refurbished rooms were big enough for us!). Cleaning staff were quick to respond to any wee accidents our children had in the room. Now for the not so great points: Omg there are stairs everywhere. There are ramps, but so many ramps and stairs. Some of the staff are needing a training course or two in customer service. The bar staff in the foyer are as slow as a week in the jail and some of the reception staff can be a bit cold. The lifts are tiny, I mean tiny. The entertainment isn't great, the mini disco is a hit and a miss. Very repetitive. We also got our boys toy bags swiped from the bottom of our buggy halfway through the holiday. We weren't the only family to have experienced this type of issue. We reported it to the hotel and they checked the cctv but said they couldnt see anything because our buggy was blocked by the pillars. Just be mindful of the lift area/foyer if you do decide to go. Bottom line, As a family, we are not going back, there are other hotels out there that cater better for families. Still a great location, with good food, just misses the mark on some aspects.More
als_adeventure, Glasgow, United Kingdom
Great location , but.....
Fabulous location, but hotel itself we didn't enjoy. Very much regretted the upgrade we paid for, 35 euro a night, especially when I heard others offered less. Besides we spent so little time in the room/ hotel we really should've saved our money. Didn't eat there so can't comment, drinks expensive. Main thing was it wasn't our thing, banging awful music all day long and cramped pool area. The noise at night from pool area was nearly unbearable at times. Very clean hotel however and again couldn't fault location. Just don't pay the upgrade as it's a rip off. I'll go to santa eulalia again as it's very laid back but wouldn't stay here. More
Very clean and friendly staff
Had no problems at all with this hotel like above it was very clean , the cleaners where always cleaning even the day before we where leaving they change the bed sheets and towels . All the staff really friendly and will help you with anything . Would stay again no probs and would recommend to friends More
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