Vanity Eden Binibeca  

With its sea views and cocktail bar, the adults-only Vanity Eden Binibeca is a stylish Menorcan retreat.

This place has a high-up position on a rocky clifftop, overlooking the whitewashed village of Binibeca Vell. Walk for 15 minutes and you’ll reach the village’s bars, restaurants and golden beach.

The hotel has just had a top-to-toe makeover, so you can expect fresh interiors. Rooms are modern, with pine wood furnishings and a cream and blue colour scheme

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Based on 248 reviews

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Stylish adults-only holidays, designed for two

  • Contemporary style
  • Great settings
  • Top dining scenes
  • Relaxed atmospheres
  • 20kg luggage allowance
  • Adults-only hotels

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Food & Drink

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

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks at set times.

Half Board

Buffet breakfast and dinner.   

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Outdoor pool

A curvy pool with whirlpool baths.

Il Bacio Italian à la carte restaurant

Offering traditional Italian dishes. One visit is included per week.

Buffet restaurant

Offering a selection of tasty international meals, and there's seating on the terrace overlooking the sea.

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double room with sea view

Double room with sea view sleeps 2.

deluxe double room with sea view

Deluxe double room with sea view sleeps 2 and comes with turndown service, bathrobes, slippers, and a Jacuzzi® on the outside terrace.

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little gem

we have just returned from a week at this hotel arrived on the 13th october 2014 what a lovely place we have visited menorca 3 times now staying at different areas,the staff were all lovely the room we were given room 16 had a sea view and it was fantastic.the room very spacious with a fantastic walk in power shower huge bed bigger than kingsize,food plenty of choice only thing some of it could have been hotter but nit picking really everything we had we enjoyed. lovely pool areas cannot fault anything really.very enjoyable stay would recommend this hotel to any friends family there really was nothing not to is not your normal set up as in balconys etc it is very quirky but in an amazing way having read some of reviews a couple of days before we were due to fly out i was concerned but we needn't have been i do sometimes wonder what some people find to complain about it certainly didn't seem we stayed at same place as them go see for yourselves we loved everything about it and we had only booked a standard room so were very pleasantly surprised at what we had.More

mollydog999, Exeter, United Kingdom

Great Potential / Not the Best

We spent a relaxing week at the Vanity Eden almost at the end of the season. The price we paid was lower than usual and perhaps reflected the standard of holiday. The location is quiet and picturesque with walks along the coastline to the beach and a small number of café bars. However, there were several things that detracted from our enjoyment. All of these could be improved or solved relatively easily. 1. Employ someone to deliver bags to the rooms - many of which are along difficult paths and narrow stairways. 2. Employ an effective and dynamic manager with vision to pull the hotel together and give it a less disjointed feel. 3. Undertake landscaping to improve paths, boardwalks, steps and stairways, taking into account gradients, handrails, lighting and surfaces. Also resolve the problem of pooling water at the entrance to the bar and restaurant areas. 4. Investigate why almost all 'hot' food that is served in the buffet restaurant is tepid, even the serving dishes are not hot to the touch. 5. Train the food servers to interact with guests and understand the ethos of hospitality. 6. Vary the evening entertainment. Although this seems like a long list there are so many good points for this hotel, not least some very efficient and friendly bar / restaurant waiting staff. I would be very interested to find out what upgrades take place over the closed season. So many people have made the same comments so lets hope Tui are listening.More

downland, WEST SUSSEX

What could have been

We stayed as a couple, half board, at the Vanity Eden from 8th to 15th October 2014. The hotel has a main building then motel type rooms to either side. First the pros - the room was good, very well cleaned daily, towels refreshed daily, free use of fridge with complimentary water daily, free tea and coffee, very comfortable large bed, great shower and finally outstanding sea views. Three reasonably sized pools with plenty of sunbeds. Lunchtime food ( purchased) was good and at a reasonable price. Free coffee or tea after the evening meal. Italian restaurant very good in both food quality and service. A footpath used by local residents ran through the hotel grounds and this was used as a dog toilet on occassions The hotel is in a particularly peaceful setting with good beaches in close proximity. If you do not wish to spend your holiday doing nothing then a hire car is essential. No one under 18 years were allowed to stay in the hotel and this rule was fixed. Now the cons - on arrival we were shown to our motel type room on level one and some way from reception. We had to drag our luggage and then lift 2 cases up a narrow staircase to the room. No help whatsoever from any staff. Fortunately our neighbour gave us a hand up the stairs but this did was a little late as I had already strained my back. The walkways from rooms to the main building are a little uneven and dangerous especially after it rained. Walking to the main building in the evening was not expected and if it was raining you had to get wet. No umbrellas were visible or offered., The " hot" food in the restaurant was never hot ( not really even warm) so we spent our week mainly eating salads in the evening and for breakfast toast and croissants. Cold food ( desserts ) were very good nevertheless. There was no initial welcome from the restaurant staff, the first evening we were looking for some advice as to were to sit , if and how to order food etc but no greeting or even eye contact was given. Service after this was acceptable but food preparation staff did not even pass the time of day but chose to ignore everyone. It was a treat to visit the Italian restaurant ( you are allowed one visit) were we actually eat HOT food and received excellent service. The hotel was due to close the following week and we would suggest that most staff to include the manager ( conspicuous by his absence) were already in the close down mood. We would suggest that all staff undergo a retraining exercise before the hotel re opens next year. If you are immobile in any way or are subject to back pain avoid any motel room that is not on the ground floor. Rooms 8 to 12 are the best motel rooms. This is a hotel that has great potential but at the moment it is a case of what could have been.More

Littlejohn8, Nottingham

Very good hotel and value for money .what more could you ask for !

Really loved the setting and the couples only format .staff were friendly and helpful .breakfast buffet excellent, I imagine dinner would be good ,however with such wonderful resturants within easy driving distance we ate out every night ! I would definitely go back .More

Maurice M, UK

Not as described in Brochure

This is not a four star Hotel.Position is very good but the rest of the hotel is not up to standard. The restaurant is very cramped with people virtually on top of each other, making it difficult to hold a private conversation.The food was not good but adequate ,people were eating really early (some at 6.30pm)meaning stocks were depleted for people eating dinner at a civilised hour! The area around the bar could be so much nicer (If the hideous B beds were removed ,and the cramped sun loungers moved elsewhere) We paid extra for a "Junior Suite with a sea view" and were not happy to be overlooking the restaurant (meaning we had no privacy)and a limited sea view.The room itself was adequate ,but had received a fairly "cheap makeover" Lunch was the best time to use the restaurant and the bar late in the afternoon.The beach 20mins away was relaxing and not crowded. This was our first organised holiday for 15yrs -we will think long and hard before booking another and relying on travel company,s descriptionsMore

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