In a peaceful spot next to a wide sandy beach, the Sirenis Hotel Playa reveals a quieter side of Ibiza.
Poke your head inside the Sirenis Cala Llonga Resort, and you'll spy a bright and bold colour scheme. Bucket-style armchairs range from lime-green to hot-pink in the lobby, and the rooms are finished with splashes of warm Suneo orange.
This hotel perches on the side of a steep hill, so the climb to the front door is rewarded with show-stealing views over the white-sand beach and pine forests.
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
Based On 3048 reviews
- Official Rating
Great value All Inclusive holidays
- Bright, sunny bases
- Around-the-world dining
- Friendly SuneoClub hosts
- Always within 10 minutes of the beach
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Selected local-brand alcohol and soft drinks.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
Facilities ► View all
2 outdoor pools
With sunbeds and parasols, plus sections especially for little ones.
International buffet restaurant
For breakfast, lunch and dinner and show cooking.
Daytime and evening entertainment programme
With evening shows taking place every night.
Rooms ► View all
1 Bedroom Family Room with Balcony
These family rooms are light and spacious. They come with a balcony for that bit of fresh air. And they have a twin bed, an extra single and a child bed. Plus you'll also find air-conditioning, a safety deposit box* and a TV.
Twin Room with Balcony
These light and airy twin rooms come with a balcony for that added outdoor space. They have an extra bed. And you'll also find air-conditioning, safety deposit box* and a TV.
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Amazing place lots of things to do. The food was great I probably ate food from 4 different country as they had a very diverse range of food and off course they had some local and national dishes there but over all food and drink was great especially when in clued in the all inclusive price was very good for 11 people! More
Cannot fault this place. Stunning location. Suitable for families & coupled. Don't be put off Ibiza thinking its only a party place. Cala longa beach is gorgeous, lovely warm shallow water. Nice bars nearby although drinks standard price to a decent uk non chain bar. Hotel food plentiful. Caters for all tastes. For the UK folk who need it there's even a roast dinner every evening. All inclusive cocktails are large and prosecco is included. Rooms cleaned daily. Four pools with activity in one; one really feared up as a mini water park for smaller children. Lilos not allowed in Poole for health & safety reasons but personally not bothered. Short transfer from airport with just over 2 hours flight from UK. More
Better than the 3 star rating!
Stayed at Sirenis Cala Llonga Resort from 28th July - 4th August. I'm 28 and travelled with my mum, we were looking for a cheap(ish) relaxing break in the sun and that's exactly what we got. We booked a Deluxe Double Room via Thomson. Flight & Airport Transfer Despite arriving on time to Ibiza airport, things were really slow when it came to getting us off the plane and collecting luggage, be prepared for some hanging around especially during the school summer holidays. The transfer to the hotel was fairly quick and trouble free. The coach driver did not announce the hotel names and note there is no actual signage outside the hotel that confirms you are at Sirenis Cala Llonga. Instead you will see signage for Imperial and Dorada, but you are in the right place. Luckily I had done some research in advance. Check In The check in process was smooth, each person is required to pay tourist tax, this worked out as €7.70 per person for 1 week. We were told our room number and sent off to find it. The resort is actually made up of 3 hotels (Imperial, Dorada and Playa) and it can take a while to work out how you navigate around. All of the deluxe rooms are in Playa which is by far the nicest block of them all. Room The Deluxe Double sleeps 2/3 people. There are two beds pushed together and then a sofa bed. We did not use the sofa bed, but I would suggest the room would be tight on space if it was pulled out. These new deluxe rooms are of a standard similar to 5 star hotels that I've stayed in. Clean & modern with a huge TV and a lovely rainfall shower (see pictures). Yes, not loads of storage space, but I normally live out of my suitcase anyway. There is a hair dryer in the bathroom that is of a good standard. The deluxe rooms offer a kettle with tea and coffee, but no fridge or milk. However, you can easily ask for a cup of milk at the bar each day, which is what we did. We had a balcony but our view was of the restaurant and not a huge amount of daylight, not really a problem for us though. Plenty of lights and mirrors in the room. There is also a safe in the room, to activate it you need to pay a €15 deposit and then a charge of €2 per day, so for a week you pay €29 upfront and get €15 back when you return the key to reception. The rooms do have air con, it's fairly quiet but not the most effective. The rooms are cleaned, with new bedding and towels every day apart from Thursdays, Susana our maid done a wonderful job, the room was spotless. Swimming Pools, Sunbeds, Towels & Beach There are 3 large swimming pools and a new splash play area at the hotel (see pictures), you'll fine one pool below each hotel block, however no matter which block you are staying in you can access all pools. The pools all have a view of the beach and sea. I'd personally suggest the pool in the area of the deluxe hotel rooms is the best of the 3, much newer and just a cleaner feel in general. You are allowed to use the pools from 10am - 8pm. Sunbeds are a problem, you are not allowed to put towels down before 7am, this however does mean at 7am people queue (some even run) to get beds in the row directly in front of the pool with the best view of the beach. There were definitely still sunbeds available in the less popular areas up until about 9am, but after that point everything had towels on. I wouldn't suggest this is any fault of the hotel, they have as many sunbeds as they can physically squeeze in, unfortunately just unfair people reserving beds and not showing up to use them until late afternoon. If you can't beat them....join them! The hotel offers a pool/beach towel hire service €10 deposit per towel that you'll get back when you return them. You can change your towel between 10am - 12pm every day at one of the pools. The beach is just a few steps down from the hotel pools and is a lovely bay. You can't take any food/drink from the hotel down to the beach and they do police this. The sea level is very shallow for a fair way out and super calm so great for little ones to paddle safely. Hire of 2 sunbeds and an umbrella at the beach is €18, a bit pricey but you can easily pitch your towels on the sand and grab new ones the next day. Food and Drink There are two restaurants, one in the Imperial and one in the Dorada. Breakfast served 7am - 10am, lunch 1pm - 3pm and dinner 7 - 9:30pm. There are then 3 snack bars, one for each hotel, they serve food from 10am - 6pm. Food in the main restaurants is pretty standard buffet, there are always options of more freshly cooked things, particularly fish and meat at dinner time. The snack bar is perfect for late breakfast or lunch, offering salads, baguettes, toasties and burgers sat right by the pool. You can also grab little ice cream tubs throughout the day at the snack bars. Drinks are of a good quality and a good variety. Drinks are served until midnight. Day/Night Entertainment There are a variety of day time activities in one of the pools - aqua gym/water polo etc. There is then a disco for the little ones each night, followed by a show from 10pm - 11pm. Varying in quality some external entertainment which was fairly good. Note there is an adult only bar, which is quite hard to find, based in the Dorada block of the hotel. It has amazing views of the bay and a hilarious piano player on certain nights. Great place if you want to escape the children. Every Sunday there is an open air cinema on the beach, mainly aimed at the little ones. Finding Dory and BFG were the films of choice during our stay. There's also a Hippie Market every Thursday in Cala Llonga, just behind the beach. Late check out Standard check out time is midday. We had a night flight so opted to pay for late check out. It was €35 and we could keep our room until 9:30pm. They can only confirm whether your room will be available the afternoon before you check out. If you can't get late check out, they will store your luggage and you can book a 30 min slot in a courtesy room. Weather It was really hot in our stay, some days around 34 degrees. We did have a day of cloud, followed by a large thunderstorm, but even with that it was still super hot, we sunbathed in the rain. It stays hot through the night too, no need for a cardigan! Cala Llonga Supermarkets, restaurants and a doctors/pharmacy all within 5 minutes of the hotel. There's also a park/play area on the beach. Trips We decided to take a bus to Saint Eulalia for the day, the bus was less than €2 per person, lovely Marina and a larger beach. We took the water taxi/ferry back which was €6 per person. Overall I would most definitely recommend this hotel and Cala Llonga. It deserves more than the 3 star rating that it has, especially based on the deluxe rooms. Please don't let the more negative reviews put you off. I was actually staying at the resort at the same time as one of the more negative reviewers below and do not agree with anything they have written. Sorry for the length of the review, but I wanted to cover the unanswered questions that I had before travelling. Enjoy your trip, and check out the pictures for a better look around the rooms.More
Natalie M, 186338
5th visit and still very good
Our 5th visit to Sirenis Cala Llonga, very busy and weather extremely hot. Staff as usual were fantastic, waiters non stop, Antonio and Javi in the bars providing a great service and the entertainment team work hard with all guests and are great with the kids especially Lea, my 11 year old was never bored. Rooms are fine, air conditioning and TV along with great seaviews if you pay the extra. Beds comfy and rooms are clean. Food also very good with all tastes catered for, from Pizza to Paella to a sunday roast or curry. Branded drinks at dinner and large measures in the main entertainment areas are served. Try the poolside bar with Laura and Asun providing the service with a smile. 3 hotels are linked together, there is a gym, pool tables and a nice area in the foyer with TV in the Imperial Hotel. Beach is 1 minute away, Cala Llonga is quiet with a small selection of bars restaurants and shops, ideal for families and couples who don't want the business of Ibiza Town or San Antonio. Buses run into Ibiza Town, a taxi will cost 10 times the bus fare at around 25/30 euros. Only slight negative was reception staff, a couple of them provided contradictory information and were a little unhelpful, staff in general were noticeably stressed but the heat (46c on 04/08/17) and hotels being full contributed to this I believe as we have been in May June and October and they are a lot more relaxed! More
Nice place for Michelle and Darren
We had a lovely week at this hotel. We were in the Imperial side. Food was good. You read some reviews about it being cold? I would challenge anybody to cook for this many people and have every single item piping hot?? The odd couple of times I had something that was warm. That's all. A good choice. Waiters were lovely specially Alfonzo who seemed to work constantly. Sunbeds! Yes the 2 main pools were very busy and quite packed in. We could always get a sunbed by the children's pool and we weren't early risers. It was quite spacious and we preferred it. You will never stop people reserving sunbeds. Reception staff were very helpful. We went to the beach one day. Why shouldn't you pay to hire sunbeds and a brolly?? People have to make a living. There wasn't a lot of entertainment but we are in a good enough relationship to be able to talk to each other for the whole of the night so that didn't bother us at all. Went on the boat to Ibiza town - I would say that's a must. Ibiza town was beautiful. The Cathedral at the top of a very long and hot climb is well worth it. It was stunning. This is an honest review. I think sometimes people just moan for the sake of it More
Michelle M, 186383
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