With 2 pools and a walk-to beach, this hotel on Ibiza’s east coast scores highly with families.
Location-wise, this hotel hits the spot. A 2-minute walk takes you to the little sandy beach as well as Es Cana’s shops and bars.
The hotel’s buffet restaurant and entertainments team get lots of praise on TripAdvisor. Plus, there’s a pair of pools, sports and activities to keep you busy.
Based on 922 reviews
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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet meals. Snacks and coffee available 16.00-17.30. Ice-cream 11.00-24.00.
Selected local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 11.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Excellent 3 star resort
This hotel was highly unexpected! It was clean, staff were helpful and friendly, the food was fantastic lots of choice for all, from kids to adults who like to try something different! There were two pools both of good size and as a family of 5 we never struggled to find loungers for all in a good spot! So even thou there were a lot of reserving of loungers there is actually no need to queue at 7 in the morning to put towels down!!! As I found out on my last day waiting for the bus, this was what went on! The entertainment was again brilliant I went with a 7,14 and 17 year old children and they all loved the activities that were provided from 10 till 5pm! Would certainly go back again, the town close by had a good choice of restaurants and shops and thou the beach is small it did have good water sports! There is a hippy market about 15 mins walk away on a Wednesday it is a lot bigger than expected and it gets hot, so take a drink! It is good to go thou, lots of sites to see!! Need a look!! More
Stayed 8-18 August, arrived at half four in the morning, check in quick and easy. Room was clean and functional, did need a bit of an up date, only big negative me was the old fashioned big heavy box portable TV was positioned over the head of my daughters single bed and held on to its mount by a strap, god forbid it ever fell..... I turned the bed round so TV was at least at the foot end. On a positive note the air con was fantastic, there was also a very old plastic ceiling fan which we didn't really use as the whole thing wobbled made a terrible noise and looked like it might come away from the ceiling. Bathroom was clean with plenty of towels. The dinning room was a little on the small side, food though I thought was good, the negative was most evenings there was a huge que at the food station Which was not acceptable in my book. Also nowhere to get a drink from till 11am. The hotel did not allow any food or drink out of the dinning room so you couldn't pop back in and take a coffee or a glass of juice out. A self service machine would have been fab. Pool area very clean and well looked after, the hotel didn't open the pool door till 7.30 I think in an attempt to make it fair to all. A que did form from 7am. There was plenty of loungers, it was only if you wanted a particular spot that you had to be out early. Evening entertainment not great but then it never is, there was free WiFi which made a nice change. Overall I think this hotel would be a pleasant economical stay in low and mid season, but overcrowded in high season especially the dinning room.More
andi1043, Doncaster, England, United Kingdom
Invisa E-MESS-O Don't be fooled by positive reviews!
Upon reading the reviews for this hotel I am left completely baffled and am wondering whether this is the correct hotel. We booked this hotel based on the fantastic reviews left by others. However, having stayed there, I am now wondering how this hotel warrants such reviews. Having been dropped off across the road from the hotel and witnessing other guests scramble for their cases and dash into the hotel to check in as if wanting to make sure they had a room, I was rather disappointed when I eventually arrived in my room. Whilst the view of the pool was pleasant, the view of the Blackpool-esque fair ground and the rest of the room was not quite what I expected. The air con had been screwed shut so you could not adjust any of the settings so we could either freeze or become too hot. Luckily, there is a 'vintage' ceiling fan reminiscent of the early 90s which we could also use. The television in the room is also from a similar period and was strapped on to a bracket to prevent it falling off. I have also never seen a bidet which you have to fill up like a sink to use. The cleanliness of the room was more of a concern. It is questionable whether the rooms are actually cleaned or whether the dust is in fact just swept out of the way-I had to clean my suitcase from the amount of dust on the floor before leaving. It actually came to a point where I would notice the same dirty marks or hairs day in day out. I expect a clean room in a hotel AT THE VERY LEAST. Having seen the queue to put out towels in the morning, I presumed it was some kind of high street sale. Nevertheless, at 7:30 a flurry of grown men and women rush out the doors like the bell has just rang for playtime. I can understand the desperation for a sun bed as the hotel appears to have squashed as many sunbeds around the pools as possible meaning if you didn't get out there early, you were lying next to the entertainment stage, being danced at several times throughout the day. FOOD: I am usually easily pleased with food, though I found myself dreading meal times. I have never know anywhere that cannot cook a simple pizza properly. To be quite honest, the food was a joke. I had to stick to spaghetti and chips as I found that not all foods were labelled accurately. 'Fish' or 'meat pie' are not titles which I trust. After a 15 minute wait in the queue (absolutely ridiculous, I had a flashback to waiting for my school dinner-if only this food was as nice!), I was expecting a tasty meal-how wrong I was! There I was again, pasta, 'vegetarian dish', potato, some kind of meat (which having seen the huge bucket of uncooked meat behind the counter, I did not trust). I have seen reviews commenting on the polite service of the staff in the restaurant and the cleanliness of table cloths. I sat down one lunch time to find blood-like stains on the table cloth. What a delight! I couldn't wait to eat my lunch that day... The staff appeared to have a permanent blank expression on their faces and I often felt like an inconvenience for finishing my food. I certainly did not feel welcome. Having paid for AI, I do not expect to have to pay to eat out because of the repetitive, tasteless, gruel that is food at this hotel. Teamed with this, I will now move on to the drinks. During my stay, I was left suffering symptoms of food poisoning, having to spend my day in the hotel room. I can put this down to 1 of 2 things-1-branching away from the regular pasta and chips and trying some rice and chicken the previous night, or and I believe this is the actual reason, the water. I have never been abroad and had to pay for mineral water. This leads me to question what I was actually drinking from the water tap at the pool bars. I was not the only person to be struck down with this as I spoke to others staying at the hotel who had members of their family suffering the same symptoms. Most of my spending money was used up paying the daily charge for a safe and 20 euros for wifi. The free wifi may as well not exist. I do not recommend staying in the hotel during the evenings as you are left bored and utterly disappointed in the nightly entertainment. However, do not return to your room until the early hours or you will be kept awake by the awful entertainment. I was told I could not have a room for late check out on departure day as they were all taken. As I had asked mid-week, I thought fair enough. However, I spoke to some other guests who had requested a room on the day they arrived and were told there weren't any available-ridiculous! I could not even enjoy a relaxing lie by the pool without being constantly on edge from being hit by one of the grown men fighting to be the dominant male around the pool. I am unsure whether they were aware that it was a friendly game or not as I witnessed a little girl get hit in the face with a flailing ball during one of the games. I thought it was supposed to be a family hotel. One morning, I turned on the taps for the water to gradually turn off. I then went on to try the bath to which I found brown water coming out the taps. When the taps on the sink eventually began working again, that too turned brown. Delightful! This adds to my concern about the water I had been drinking and am not surprised I was ill. I believe the standards accepted at this hotel need to be questioned. As a 3* hotel I do not expect a compromise on the cleanliness. Then again, I also don't expect to see a grown woman yelling at a child saying, 'You deserve a slap!'. Too conclude, choose another hotel. You will be an inconvenience to the rude staff and will be left disappointed.More
L1312, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Myself, husband and two teenage sons stayed here at the beginning of August and enjoyed a lovely holiday here. On arrival we were made to feel welcome by the polite reception staff. Our quad room was larger than I was expecting and cleaned every day. We had no problems at all with the cleaning of our room. The whole hotel was well run and very clean, the only exception was guests who couldn't be bothered to find a bin or children who we're allowed to walk in wet, bare feet into the hotel. The drinks were great and the self serve for soft drinks was a good idea this avoided long queues at the bar. All bar staff were polite and friendly. Food was very good, with the exception of our last day. The food wasn't bad, but just not foods you'd put together. Evening entertainment wasn't great but we didn't stay in the hotel all evening anyway. There are lots of bars & restaurants close by with reasonable prices if you fancy a change. It still amazes me the amount of people who never step foot out of their hotel. Maybe these were the guests who ran to place towels on sun loungers(often up to 10 loungers at a time) and then didn't use them til after dinner! This had never been a problem in our first week. Also the same for these large groups who take over 4 parasols at a time too. More parasols are needed. The hotel is well run by polite, hard working, friendly staff. The entertainment team made the hotel have a lovely happy feel to it.The resort is small but there's enough to do. Other resorts close by are worth a visit. Boat trips are available and taxis are reasonably priced. We had a lovely holiday here. Thank you!More
lfc1232, Barnsley, United Kingdom
Fab Family Holiday
Just returned from a really fabulous holiday at the eroso, we travelled as a family of three, we have an active teenage son who gets bored easily, this hotel enabled us to have a perfect family holiday,the entertainment team were excellent and there were daily activities for him , a shaded grass area for the less sun seekers!! r In response to a review about the food the selection was very good and was not tasteless or undercooked, and there was a selection to suit all tastes ( well anyone normal!!)The dining hall could get busy but the dining hall was opened for a few hours at a time enabling different sittings, the cloths were never dirty.Our room was cleaned well and the ceiling fan was great enabling us to sleep without the air- con on all night. Yes the sunbeds around the pool were reserved but there was a green area just a couple of steps away!! There were enough sunbeds at all times. Have travelled to many 3 star hotels over the years and this one was a good standard for that rating.Friendly resort and nice little beach,went on the train ride to some of the local beaches. I also think the statement You can't please all the people all the time comes to mind, so my parting words are unless you expect 4 to 5 star rating ,this hotel was a really decent hotel.P.S There was also a very decent guest, my husband left his expensive sunglasses somewhere in the hotel and they were handed in Thankyou!!More
Sharon H, London, United Kingdom
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