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.
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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.
All are included except where indicated.
With sunbeds and parasols.
We have a range of activities and games such as water gym, darts, volleyball and aerobics to name a few.
Offering hot and cold buffet breakfast, lunch and themed evenings, such as Mexican and Oriental. There are weekly gala dinners too.
The spacious 1 bedroom family rooms are a great base for exploring the local area, and they come with a balcony, giving you that extra outdoor space. You'll get a twin bedroom, air-conditioning, a TV, a shower in the bath, an extra bed, and a child bed.
These premium twin rooms come with twin bed, an extra bed and child bed in the bedroom. They also come with air-conditioning and a balcony.
Me and My Wife stayed here back in August 2015 for 10 nights on an all inclusive basis. First impressions are that hotel is very very clean and tidy and well maintained. The staff at reception are very friendly and helpful and quickly direct you to your room. The rooms themselves are spacious and very comfortable with TV, air con, safety box, WC and shower and a balcony. The food is probably the best we have ever tasted on all inclusive and we have stayed in a few in our time. The meals are fresh, lots of choice and very very tasty. The drinks are self service in the bar, even the beer!! which is great. The bars are well staffed and have just about anything you ask for, they also serve some premium branded drinks like martini, campari, bols etc so make sure you look for them or ask the bar staff whats available. There is also plentiful supplies of soft drinks, fresh juices, water, tea and coffee available throughout the day from the pool bar. The complex has 2 large pools and both are very good. Sun loungers are plentiful but you may struggle to get one in a decent position if you come down late from your room. Entertainment at Ereso was simply fantastic, there is a dedicated Ents Team who work non stop all day and night to keep the guests entertained. Daytime activities include: bowling, pool, archery, water polo, shooting etc and night time is dancing, music, quizzes and live shows it really is brilliant and especially great if your travelling with kids as they too are kept entertained throughout the day. La Bomba is the hotels signature song and I guarantee by the end of your time in Ereso you will be doing the dance in your sleep because you'll have heard the song that many times, they absoulutely love it!! In terms of location, Ereso is set at the top of a slight hill leading down to the Harbour area, so it is in a pretty good location with shops, bars, restaurants and the beach close by. Es Canar itself is a lovely little town with a very picturesque sea front. We didn't really tour Ibiza whist we were there apart from going to Ibiza Town and Santa Eularia one day. We did this by water taxi to Ibiza Town, be warned it is pricey and if you get caught in a storm as we did on the way it's very very choppy!! It was that bad that we got the bus back, which in hindsight we should have done going as it was quick and quite cheap. So would we go back to Ereso?? Ina heartbeat and probably will someday, well done Ereso, a first class hotel with first class food and Staff!!More
My husband, 3 teenage sons and I stayed at the Hotel Ereso on the 8 July for 10 nights and had a lovely holiday. We requested rooms close to each other and on one of the upper floors and were allocated decent sized rooms at the back of the hotel on the top floor with lovely views of the pine trees and hills. We had a nice big fairly new looking bathroom It was nice and quiet at the back with no noise from the pool entertainment etc which was what we wanted. The room was kept beautifully clean and beds made, bins emptied daily etc (special praise goes to 'Nelly' who was always friendly and made the beds up nicely etc). The beds were very firm, as were the pillows, but I found it very comfortable! The staff in the restaurant worked tirelessly to keep the restaurant clean and the food service stations topped up with lovely fresh food. Chefs cooked the meat and fish freshly in front of you. There was lots of lovely salads to choose from, fresh soft bread, meat and fish and many other dishes. We especially enjoyed some of the theme nights. There was always a good selection of fruit, ice cream, cakes, pancakes with various toppings, and pastries etc for desert. We found the restaurant food so good and the selection varied enough that, although we had planned on eating out about 4 times, we only ate out twice just for a change of scene etc. One thing I agreed with was that children under 10 were not allowed to get their own food and drink (only on one occasion while we were there did I see a young child helping himself to ice cream and licking his fingers and then putting them back in..yuck!). The All inclusive drink included a couple of different cocktails, sangria and Irish cream as well as the usual beers, wines and spirits. There were several different juices at breakfast (one point: they were very sweet though and we found that they tasted better if diluted quite heavily with water) and there were fizzy drinks and wine and beer as well as water at lunch and dinner. They had decent branded ice creams included in the all inclusive, Feasts, Vampire lollies and walls ice cream pots. We did not watch any of the entertainment, preferring to go out for a walk after dinner around the town in the evenings and then sit for a quiet drink (make use of the free wifi, although not great) in the indoor lounge bar, but it was always seemed popular with others and every table outside was usually occupied. The swimming pools were nice and quite warm. We preferred the upper pool but both were good. We managed to get sunbeds on the grass area near the lower pool or up on the roof terrace (preferred being there than actually around the pool anyway) after 10am (all the beds around the pool were reserved with towels very early). Reception staff were always polite and pleasant. There was very little we could fault at this hotel and would happily stay there again.More
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My husband and I have just come back from the Invisa Hotel Ereso in Ibiza ,it was our second time at this hotel and will most certainly go back.It is a lovely hotel and very high standards of cleanliness everywhere.The staff and management were very friendly and helpful especially Maria Carmen one of the management team.The only thing that we were not aware of was that if you wanted a pool wiew room you had to pay extra.Also it is very geared up for children so if you like to go for a quiet break I would suggest you go when the kids are at school all in all we had a great time and we will return.More
Stayed here 1st week of July as a family group of 7. Fantastic hotel , reception staff always friendly and polite, bedrooms always cleaned each day. The dining experience was extremely good with a great choice of food at every meal and very friendly staff. Lovely pool area with plenty of sunbeds and parasols. The entertainment team were wonderful and worked so hard from 10.00am to 11.00pm every day, evening entertainment also good our youngest granddaughter age 5 absolutely loved it. thank you Ereso for a wonderful family holiday.More
Just got back yesterday from Ereso Hotel and had a brilliant time. The party was my parents, myself and my 11 year old son and we all loved the hotel. The cleaning ladies work tirelessly, from before we even headed down to breakfast and they would still be going in the afternoon. Towels and linen changed, beds made, bathroom cleaned and floor swept and mopped. We gave them a little tip on our last day for keeping the rooms so clean for us. The food we found to be great. Breakfast you have choices of cooked breakfast (bacon wasnt like ours here but it never is on the continent), a big area with loads of fresh fruit or mixed fruit salad, different types of bread with ham, cheese, jams or pate, pastries and cereal. To be honest I always ate so much at breakfast that i could have gone without lunch but I turned into a complete pig and had all 3 meals anyway :-) For lunch and dinner, there was always a 'pasta and pizza' section, either chicken nuggets or ham and cheese crispy things, and chips, to keep little fussy ones happy. The salad area was huge and always fresh and crispy, lots of choice including 3 or 4 salad mixes (potato salad, seafood in mayo, etc) and someone from the kitchen was always going around replenishing when they got low and making sure the area was clear of spillages and mess. There was a choice of a different type of fish every night, and 2 or 3 different meat choices (the chef lady would be standing there with a HUGE joint of beef, lamb, etc, carving it up for you, or they had a hot plate right there with a chef cooking up chops) and then usually a meat in sauce of some kind. Plenty of tasty hot vegetables, green beans, asparagus, etc, and potato of some kind, dauphenoise, croquettes, roasties or fritters. Then there was the pudding section, this always had 5 flavours of ice cream, a jelly, couple of mousse flavours, and then a different cakey type thing each night that looked very impressive and tasted even better. Wednesday was mexican night (beware the tequila shot as you enter the restaurant!) and friday was chinese food, but they still had the section of pizza, pasta and salad for if you didnt fancy that. We planned to eat out a couple of nights as we thought we would get a bit bored with eating in the hotel every night but didnt need to in the end. The all inclusive drink... breakfast had coffee machine or instant granules if you prefer that, different types of teas and a choice of juices or you could have a glass of milk. In the restaurant for lunch and dinner they have self service area which has soft drink pumps (coke, lemonade, fizzy orange, soda and still water, and also a lager pump and red, white or rose wine pumps so you just help yourself. The bar out by the pool i found to be better stocked than the one inside which is understandable. Out there you have again a hot drink machine (coffee, tea, chocolate), a juice machine and a fizzy drink one. Then at the bar, with your band you can get a fair selection of local spirits (from memory i think there was vodka, gin, whisky, their version of malibu, peach schnapps, cherry brandy), lager and as i found out only the day before i left, they have sangria, or will make you up a pina colada or sex on the beach cocktail. You can buy branded spirits and liqueurs, they have a huge selection, a grand marnier was i think â¬1.65 so around Â£1.40 and was at LEAST a double, possibly a triple measure so was ridiculously cheap! Again the bar staff worked very hard and long hours and still always had a smile for you and spoke brilliant english. The entertainment team were very good, my son had turned his nose up at the idea of doing any 'kids club' things but they cater for young teenagers as well as little ones. They have pool tables and a ping pong table out on the terrace and they did knockout tournaments on these, as well as football tournaments in the tennis court bit, water volleyball games, and even ten pin bowling with foam balls and pins, so as it happened i didnt see much of him in the afternoons! Every afternoon at 3ish the entertainment team get up on stage and do 'la bomba', little song and dance, at the start of the week i was a bit confused what was going on but by the end of the week i was dancing about and doing the actions with everyone else :-D With the sun loungers, it does say on the wall that you cant reserve them with a towel but everyone ignored that and did it anyway which was a bit annoying, if you come down after 10am you have no chance. A few people tend to drift off at about lunchtime though so by about 2ish there are a few empty beds to grab. The nightly entertainment was on the whole good, there were a couple of acts which weren't really my cup of tea but thats just me, but the bands/singers were really good, and one night they had the entertainment team doing a shortened version of We Will Rock You, that was brilliant and you could see practically everyone singing along. In the rooms, there is a small safe which was i think â¬10 deposit which you get back when you leave plus a â¬2 euro charge per day. There is air con in each room and a hairdryer in the bathroom and also a small fridge which is plenty big enough for a few bottle of water etc. You could pay to get the wifi code, i think that was â¬10 for the week. Another really nice touch, it was my mums 60th birthday while we were there and so i asked at reception if they stocked sparkling wine and if i could arrange to have a bottle sent to their room on her birthday day. They said yes of course they can do this, I then asked did they want me to pay for it now or would they put it on a tab or something and they said no need, as it is a special occasion then it is compliments of the hotel. My mum went up to her room at about 3 ish that afternoon and to her surprise there were 2 champagne glasses on the side and a bottle of bubbly chilling in the fridge. All in all, i couldnt have asked for better. Hotel is clean as anything, beds comfy, as much food as you can eat, and all of the staff, cleaning ladies, chefs, waiting staff, bar and reception, were always smiley and approachable, and if you had a problem or question, were more than happy to help, didnt make you feel like an annoyance which i have had before at other hotels. I now have severe post holiday blues and would happily go back to the Ereso tomorrow if i didnt have work tomorrow :-)More
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