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.
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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 Sea View and Balcony
These family rooms are light and spacious. They come with a balcony that overlooks the ocean. 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.
Deluxe Suite with Balcony
Deluxe suites come with a balcony for that added outdoor space. They have an extra bed in the lounge area. You'll also find air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and a safety deposit box*.
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We have just come back from this resort and we cannot find one thing to complain about. I took my 2 children of 20 and 17 and they had a fabulous time. The Entertainment team were great and provided activities for adults as well as children such as Beach Volley ball, water polo, pool and darts competitions to name but a few. The hotel was spotless and the food was varied and fabulous and the staff were lovely. The beach is a few metres away and that too is lovely although you need to pay 6 euros each for a sunbed and again for a parasol. The resort itself is very quiet so if its good nightlife you are looking for you will need to go into playa del Bosa or the like. Ibiza old town is beautiful as was the marina but Ibiza is quite expensive so if you are all inc. pre drink at the hotel...We got a cab into St Elluia (not sure how it is spelt) and that is worth a look and cost 10 euros. All in all we had such a lovely time, we all want to go back although I would be reluctant to go during school holiday time if you don't want to be swamped by younger children.... I regret not paying a little extra for a sea view room, oh and all of the pools have ladder access only so possibly not suitable for some older or mobility challenged people.More
Another lovely week at the sirenis
This is the 3rd time I have been to this hotel in the last year and it was just as lovely. Had the same rooms as last September 1838/39 on 8th floor. The staff are very friendly cannot do enough for you. Whilst this is a 3 star hotel it could easily be a 4 star in my opinion. The view is 2nd to none just beautiful. Javi in the adult bar is just wonderful how he remembers everyone's drinks is amazing, he always has a chat and a laugh with you. It was my sister-in-laws birthday whilst we were away and I emailed Carol in the sirenis lounge to arrange some flower for her room and they were beautiful so thank you again Carol. The new splash pool for the children is lovely and and wonderful addition to the hotel along with the extra space for sun loungers. To close all I can say is don't go by the bad reviews as some people just moan for the sake of it. You will have a lovely holiday at the sirenis. Thank you all once again and see you next yearMore
10 days in the sun
We've just got back from 10 days here (7th - 17th June 2017). We had a lovely time. We had upgraded to get a sea view, unfortunately we ended up 2 floors above the bar but it was a nice view. We stayed in the Imperial which is the main reception. This hotel is actually 3 rolled into 1. And in the Dorada is an adults only bar with fab views as are the views from the main reception bar too. When you come out to the pool areas, turn right, walk round the corner to the other rectangle pool and walk to the far side of the pool, or cut through the bar and you'll find a large child's paddling area with tonnes more sunbeds that are not wedged in like they are round the main area. There are 2 restaurants and 3 snack bars. The main restaurant has 2 areas so walk round the corner, it's quieter in there. It does get busy. Alternatively eat in the restaurant in the Dorada side it's loads quieter with sea views and lovely at 8.30 at night. As far as the food is concerned, for such a big place it was fab. Think fresh fish, steak, pork chops all cooked on the grill, salad bar, tonnes of mains such as pasta, burgers chips, but also duck in an orange sauce, curry, loads of veg. whether your a carnivore, vegetarian or vegan, you can eat well here. The evening bar service is table service. The drinks are plentiful and exceptionally strong! Only downside, the entertainment is lousy and the part of the hotel we were in was noisy due to having thin walls. BUT I would like to extend very special thanks to all of the staff, especially Rosa who cleaned our room 1223 with a cheery face, Omar on the outside bar and Alfonso in the restaurant. A great team who worked relentlessly. The location is superb and there are plenty of quiet bars and restaurants to walk out to. More
sam p, 186356
Excellent! Those who moan expect too much for the price!!
I stayed here with my partner and little boy who's 3 from 9/6/17 to 16/6/17, this is our second stay here after visiting in 2016. First of if your fussy, like a moan,expect the world or a want a 5 star hotel, don't visit. It's a great hotel very clean and tidy. It has a fantastic view onto the sea and beach. We stayed in the Imperial side both years and the rooms aren't massive, more than enough room for us 3, but hey how long do you actually spend in your room your on holiday so who cares. Would recommend booking a deluxe suite, they look amazing (We will be next year). The staff work there backsides off, if I could tip them all I would of. Never once had a glass empty waiter/waitress service is fantastic, very polite friendly and funny. Gave our son slot of attention always making him laugh/smile. The food for me is fantastic. Lots of variety, our boy tried many of different foods. The cooks/waiters again very friendly and funny. Al Fonso in the Imperial side is absolutely great comes out with different hats/wigs/glasses kids love it. The pools are great, the new splash is brilliant, couldn't keep our lad out of it! The entertainment team was good, but better last year. The whole of the hotels are overall brilliant. Please don't expect the world then slate them all. It is what it is! Those who do get a grip it's a 3 star hotel and great. We will be returning again next year! Thanks for another great experience.More
Great week in the sun
Hi this is our second time at the sirenis i did say I wouldn't go back to this hotel as no Lilo's ect in pool but so glad I did there's 2 hotels Dorado and imperial I've stayed in both lovely hotels very clean basic but functional definitely worth booking deluxe room next time we go there brand new for 2017 brand new pool and slash pool for kids good food not always fantastic is got fussy kids but always fresh salads meats roast ect .. lovely friendly staff we took the taxi boat to Ibiza town they run every hour also went to a fantastic Indian restaurant kathmando in Santa Eulalia well worth a visit ... We ate in snack bar mostly or Sol's English pub across bay was beautiful.. this location is fantastic plenty shops near... Will be booking for next year More
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