Orquidea Aparthotel  


The Orquidea has a setting worth shouting about – it’s right on the palm-edged pedestrianised seafront in Santa Eulalia, so you’ve got bars, shops and restaurants on your doorstep. Plus, you’re only a few steps from the sandy beach. As for the hotel, it’s got a pool with a separate section for kids, plus a big sun terrace and a bar dishing up drinks and snacks. Inside, buffet meals are served up in the airy, marble restaurant. Studios and apartments are simple but comfortable, and they all come with a roomy balcony or terrace.

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Based on 405 reviews

  • Official Rating
  • 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.


There's a variety of watersports on offer, including scuba diving, water-skiing, windsurfing and canoeing.

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1-bedroom apartment

1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4 with a TV, a twin bedroom and 2 single sofa-beds. Cots are available and Wi-Fi has an extra charge.


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.

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

Good Value

Have had two wonderful family holidays here. Rooms basic but clean and spacious. Give the poolside beds a miss and wander across the marble path to the beach beds. Food? ask where the local market is - a hidden gem. Lots of good shops, lots of pleasant walks down the marble promenade and up to the Church on the hill. The local police shift pesky streetsellers away. Get a taxi to the local lido, much cheaper. Get there early and choose your spot before the hoards arrive and leave when you want to - perfect.More

pearlfisher123, Stockport

Loved it!

I really enjoyed this holiday, I travelled with my mother, nan and sister and I loved it was a really relaxing holiday with fantastic food! Some of the best food I've tasted, there was always a gentlemen waiting to welcome you in to the restaurant, and the pool was lovely and the promenade was a lovely walk for an evening. Overall lovely hotel! Great food and good location on the beachfront!More

Sophie H, Birmingham, United Kingdom

Excellent would definetley stay there again

Stayed there in august with 2 teenage boys fab hotel for family with young children rooms small buv spotless we were ai 1st time weve done it and wud highly recomend the food was excellent .ideal location right on the beach wonderful promenade with bars and restaurants only 10min walk 2 bus station were u can get buses to many resorts at very reasonable price highly recomend More

Debbie H, Batley, England, United Kingdom

perfect for me

The location of the hotel is perfect. I would not stay on an all incliusive basis because you would miss all the wonderful places to eat that santa eulalia has to offer. the facilities are quite basic-the beds are single and firm but I dont mind that. Entertainment is appalling. I like the option to upgrade room position and think doing this at the hotel is much cheaper than it would be paying per person through the tour operator-the hotel cannot guaratee an uprade in advance of your stay which is why they ask on arrival.Lots of rooms have pool and sea views its just the better rooms that they offer-if available on check in. I have never felt pressurred to do so and have stayed lots of times.More

debbie007_10, London, United Kingdom

Don't believe all reviews

Having read several very negative reviews about this hotel, we were rather apprehensive about staying there.BUT it was very very clean, the rooms and beds were perfect - I would recommend a 1 bed appt.rather than a studio, perfect for 2 adults or 2+ young children but a squeeze for 4 adults. There were limited cooking facilities so it would be a challenge to be completely self-catering. The food was fine, actually better than a 4* we stayed in last year. Good selection, nothing re-appearing the following day as a different dish as so often happens with an open buffet. The "show" cooking offered freshly cooked meats and fish, all kept in a fridge till needed. The staff were extremely friendly and helpful. Beds around a very large pool area were plentiful, but that could have been due to the time of year we went. The hotel is ideal if you need easy acces, ramps everywhere so not a problem for buggies or wheelchairs. Perfect location, a lovely sandy and very clean beach outside of the hotel where you could hire 2 beds/parasol for 12 euros. Shops were a short walk away. Eulalia is a lovely town, plenty of rather nice shops as well as the touristy ones. Lots of bars and restaurants, little squares to enjoy a coffee and people watch.2 supermarkets around the corner from Hotel The promenade was a delight...bars restaurants and shops - English fare if you had to have your Roast beef and Yorkshire pud,all round the bay to the Marina, another people watching spot, and fun to look at all the lottery win boats. Great tapas restaurants. We went to Ibiza Town on the local bus for a couple of Euros, took the boat ferry back great way to see the coastline.It's worth the hike up to the top of the Old Town, fantastic views and little cobbled streets. We later found out you can get a little bus up there!! The only disappointment was the fact that because it was the end of the season, everything was winding down. We hadn't taken such a late holiday before so didn't realize..... our fault. The local buses were limited so we couldn't go to other places. We did go to the Hippy Market, great fun and decent things being sold. So a great holiday I would certainly recommend it . We weren't too sure what to expect, visions of noisy clubbers etc but no. There were a couple of clubs in town but they were closing anywayMore

enidmpheasey, Brighton,Uk

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