With a beachfront location, a fantastic pool scene, and tons of sports and activities, these spacious studios are spot on for a family break.
You’ll find the Tarida Beach next to a sandy beach in sleepy Cala Tarida, on Ibiza’s west coast. There are a handful of pools and restaurants, plus loads of kid-friendly activities.
Studios are set in low-rise buildings that lead up a hill from the beach. Each one comes with a kitchenette for whipping up snacks, and some have sea views from the balcony.
Based on 544 reviews
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- Lifts: 1 to the restaurant only.
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board with buffet/set menu lunch or dinner options - number of visits per stay limited. Late Continental breakfast 10.30-11.30. Snacks 10.30-18.00. Ice-cream 10.30-18.00. Biscuits 15.00-17.00.
Unlimited local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.30-24.00. Beer, wine, soft drinks and water with meals. Tea and coffee 10.30-18.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Main outdoor pool
With a kids' section of the main pool.
With show cooking and kids' menu available.
Offering pizza and Italian favourites. Reservation required.
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Interconnecting studio sleeps up to 4 with daily maid service and towel change, and linen changed 3 times a week. You'll need to book 2 of these rooms types to get 2 rooms with a connecting door.
studio with sea view
Studio with sea view sleeps up to 4 adults with twin beds, sofa-beds, kitchenette, flatscreen satellite TV with limited channels and ceiling fan.
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Not A 4* Hotel
Myself and my partner have just returned back after a 10 night stay at this hotel. The hotel is advertised as a 4* hotel, however it doesn't reach the 4* expectations. The rooms are very basic, and the beds are ridiculously hard, which are two swingle beds on wheels pushed together. The air conditioning didn't work well, and even after we reported this it was still very poor. Our bed linen had blood stains on it, and even though I removed the stained bedding for it to be taken out with the dirty linen it was put back on our beds! The room we had was located on the top of the resort, and we had a view of the road. The food in the hotel was great, and the buffets provided us plenty of choice, and the hotel does offer nights in an Italian and Spanish restaurants. All the fizzy drinks and water were self service which meant that you could go and get your drink whenever you wanted without having to wait in a que. Me and my partner were hoping for a nice calm relaxing holiday, but this holiday was far from this. There are 3 pool areas in the hotel and every one of them were swarming with screaming children running around, and the lifeguards on duty didn't seem bothered about what was going on around them. I saw one girl fall and smack her head on the tiled floor, got up and ran to her parents, and the lifeguard watch her fall but then looked away as if nothing had happened. The sun beds are dreadful, and the only thing that keeps you off the ground are the plastic frame of the bed, as the material are all worn and weak! Overall the staff were great, and were always happy to help, and always had a smile on their faces! During our stay at the hotel we were told that the hotel is due to be refurbished, and is going to be a Sensatori Resort, this seems to be having a major impact on the current standard of the hotel, and it seems like the management aren't prepared to invest any money on improvement or repairs due to this refurbishment. It's a shame that we experienced all these negatives as Cala Tarida is a beautiful resort, and these negatives are the reasons why we won't be returning this this hotel.More
Angie L, Cardiff, United Kingdom
Me and my gran visited this hotel for a week at the end of August (27th Aug-3rd Sep). We arrived at around 3am. HOTEL -- The reception is very clean and the receptionist was very cheerful and happy to help. The rooms are very spacious and the balconies are big with a table and two chairs. The maids clean the room everyday and change the towels too. LOCATION -- The hotel is on the beach and the beach is very nice. There are a few shops a short walk away. There is also a bus stop just outside the hotel, so you could visit other places if you fancy a day out or two. POOL -- There was always no rush to get to the pool - we got there at around 10am and we always easily managed to get sunbeds. The pools were really good and big. ENTERTAINMENT -- The entertainment team were great, they were always trying to get people involved. I particularly enjoyed the pool party at the main pool. DRINK -- The drinks were as like the ones you would get at most all inclusive hotels. A bonus was that the fizzy drinks were self serve so you didn't have to keep lining up in the queue which saved time. FOOD -- We always went to the main restaurant for breakfast and tea. The was a wide variety for breakfast and mainly at tea, but the last few days seemed to have mix match food, so you couldn't really find a full proper meal to have. The range of desserts was excellent. On Friday night it is Gala Night and Tuesday night is Spanish night, we really enjoyed these. We thoroughly enjoyed our holiday and would return!!More
Nicole1999, Manchester, United Kingdom
Not a 4*
Rooms very basic not even a kettle in the room. Air con was absolutely useless when its 30plus outside I really needed air con. The food is of good standard apart from the cooked Breakfast ,over cooked bacon undercooked sausages the omelettes were nice, also the coffee is really sweet and not nice at all I bought a jar from town. Lunch was lovely, Evening meal lovely. The Drinks were ok only 1 white wine 1 rose and 1 red which was quite tasteless, The top bar the fizzy drinks were flat so could not have my vodka. The pool areas where awful no matter which pool you where at children screaming and running amok same as in the dining rooms children crying all the time, The sun beds are absolutely Dire you are lying on the plastic parts as the material is that loose. To get some peace we went to the beach all day every day and even on the beach we could still hear the Very Loud entertainment . Outside our room was rubbish on the grass on our arrival it was still there the day we left. I would not return. The sunbeds on the beach are so expensive 9 euros per bed and brolly total rip off. 5 euros in Santa Eulalia. Would I return a definite no.More
Just back from fortnight holiday. Good family resort. Needing to revamp. Beds were solid, rooms basic but have to say kept very clean. Pools and entertainment very good as are bars and restaurants. Sun loungers are tired and needing replaced. We were there last year for a week and it was not long enough.More
Entertainment was very good
The hotel was very good but if I was you I would go to b&q buy a some plywood about 6 foot by 6 sleep on it for 2 weeks and then you be set for the beds that are in the rooms they are so bad ,food was good something off everybody More
Phil M, Wakefield, United Kingdom
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