This away-from-it-all place has great views, plenty of pools and a beach on tap.
This place is split into 2 – the clifftop Cala Verde and beach-side Cala Blanca – in quiet Es Figueral. Lots of pools and a clutch of bars and restaurants are divvied up between both places.
A kids’ splash park, adults-only pool and chillout area are 3 of the highlights here. An extra bonus is the free shuttle bus to local towns and markets. And the beach is a 5-minute walk away.
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- Lifts: 14 but there's not one in all buildings.
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Snacks 10.45-12.45 and 15.45-18.45 in the main restaurant in Cala Blanca and 11.00-18.00 in La Brasserie in Cala Verde.
Unlimited local and international alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-24.00.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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2 outdoor pools
With parasols, sunbeds and towels available for a deposit.
Pirate Island splash park
Interactive splash park for kids. With parasols, sunbeds and towels available for a deposit.
High ropes course*
With the entertainment team.
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Cala Verde - poor relation - but so much nicer
Transfer - Getting from the airport to the hotel took us over 2 hours ! Not the best start. If you travel on a Saturday - you have to go past Las Dalias market - which is really busy, that coupled with the fact that we dropped off in Es Cana and St Eulalia it just took ages, so if you can afford a private transfer / taxi do it ! Check In - we were dropped off at Cala Blanca, entering reception was just beautiful, a big clean open space, with a waiter appearing whilst we were stood in the queue offering us an arrival drink which was very welcoming. As I had requested a room in Cala Verde, I knew we wouldn't be staying, so took a seat while our transfer arrived. I gave the driver 5Euros as a thank you for dropping us off and for taking our luggage to the room, and never thought anything of it. Entering Cala Verde reception was a different ball game, compared to Cala Blanca it is small, cramped and noisy. We were checked in without fuss, and after paying the island tax, and pointed to our hotel room up 3 flights of stairs! (Room 4145 overlooking the reception area). we went straight down to lunch, and had only been back int he room 5 minutes when the driver from our transfer vehicle knocked to see if we had got our luggage OK, which I assured him I had. He was hovering for another tip ! Needless to say did not get one. Restaurant - Good selection of food, with a different theme every night. Chinese, seafood, mexican. There is also other food as a choice so don't be worried if you don't like any of these choices. There was always a great selection of fruit, but the deserts were very repetative - with chocolate sauce as an option every lunch and dinnertime. The only bad thing about the food is that it is only lukewarm. Pool area / Gym - We tended to stay at Cala Verde during the day, and didn't do any of the many activities on offer as were were there to completely chill out.I did use the treadmill, out of the 2 there only the one nearest to the glass worked properly. Bars - Again the staff at the Cala Verde bar were fantastic, and very rarely were there any queues to stand and wait in. Rooms - The room was large, spotless, cleaned every day and had a fridge / tea and coffee facilities / hair dryer, plenty of storage. The entertainment on a night was really good - the staff did a great job of Grease - although Bombay dreams were not received very well. There is a photographer at both hotels, who did take some shots of us that we didn't like, but the pictures that they took of the kids int he pools were absolutely fantastic. All the above said - this is a fantastic hotel. Cala Blanca may have all of the advertised splash park / kids club / buddha adults only area / bigger gym - but Cala Verde is the nicer of the 2 in my opinion. We went to Cala Blanca every night after our evening meal for a walk - and were met with queues both sides of the bar, only one or two members of staff there. Dirty tables as there was no staff to clear the tables. People that we spoke to who were staying at Cala Blanca spent most of their time at Cala Verde because the food is nicer, and the restaurant is not as much of a "School canteen". We took the bus to the hippy market (take the earlier one as it is so hot in the afternoon). We also took the free bus to St. Eulalia and back, and another day we took the boat at 9.30AM to St Eulalia from the beach, and then got the 1.15PM bus back from St Eulalia, as the return boat trip is not until 17.30PM. Apart from the 2 hotels, a spar, a clothing / novelty shop and a pizzeria there is absolutely nothing in this resort, which is the reason that we would not return.More
Very good indeed.
I have just returned from a 7 night, all inclusive holiday at this resort, and I was very impressed. Having read many reviews on here that posted some negative points, I was a little wary, but my fears were easily put to rest on arrival. The hotel is spotlessly clean at all times and the staff are incredibly friendly and helpful. I will cut straight to the main points. The food is excellent and vary varied. My wife and I like to eat a little later in the evening and this was no problem as they are constantly bringing out freshly prepared dishes right to the end of service. The main pool area at the Cala Verde is a hub for families and daytime activities. As we have no children, we spent our time away from this area and made use of the adult pool area at the sister hotel next door (a 5 minute walk away) as f4rom a personal point of view, the music that is played through the day around that area is not to my taste, and tends to be a high volume (my only criticism, but as I say, it is my personal taste). There is a short walk down to the beach which is on a steep slope. The path is no more than 100 metres or so, but it is quite steep, not a problem, but be prepared. The beach is beautiful, and very clean. Gorgeous sand and clear warm water. We spent most days on the beach where you can hire 2 beds and an umbrella for 15 Euro for the day. When we were there the beach was not overcrowded, and you have easy access to the bars and restaurant areas of the Cala Blanca next door by climbing the 29 steps from the beach. In summary, the room was small but absolutely fit for purpose, it was clean and bright with a good balcony and stunning sea view. The room had excellent black-out blinds that kept the room very dark at night and in the sunrise hours. Good access to English TV channels if you want it too. The food was very good indeed and varied nicely throughout the week. The entertainment in the evening is not to everyones taste, but again, it was varied and of a good standard (unless your wife is a choreographer!) and there are plenty of places to be if you don't wish to watch it. Would I go there again? Absolutely! We tend not to re-visit the same places for holidays, but if I wanted to book a short break with a short travelling time and wanted to know exactly what I was getting at the other end, I would certainly have this on the short list. Thanks to all of the team at Cala Verde, it was a pleasure to stay with you.More
The prefect family resort!
We have just returned from 10 days at Cala Verde hotel and I have so much to say about this resort. Firstly we got a taxi which cost us 45 euros it took 35mins it was the best 45 euros we spent. We were advised it would take around hour and half on the coach! so make own minds up! The hotel has everything going for it, the location is perfect and views are stunning! We upgraded to sea view which again was worth it. The rooms and hotel were always spottless. The pools are a great size and we had no issue with beds, ok you can get a bit crammed but it's bearable. The animation team are brilliant they catered for both kids and the adults who were up for a laugh. The Sangria making in the pool was a great hit! My daughter loved the mini disco,ok they do play a range of the same songs but tots need repetitiveness for things to become familiar to them and it certainly worked for my 3 and a half year old. Evening entertainment is fun and the team do there best to please all the guests.The main restaurant is big and looks very much like a canteen which i found off putting at first but we soon got used to it once we parked up on the end of the row of tables (this is not a complaint by any means). On the evenings we would eat downstairs in the Brassier which was far more intimate with not having to share our table with other guests. There is not as much choice and would somtimes only be warm so we would go upstairs for food and take back downstairs to eat (far better)! The Pirate Ship /Splash pad was brilliant we all had so much fun, it was great to have this within a 5 min walk. Only comment would be more choice of snacks. At both hotels you have to pay for crisps/nuts which i dont understand when you can have a "branded" glass of spirit's. The supermarket is about 10/15 min walk past cala blanca hotel where you can pick up most things and nice gifts if needed. The beach is literally 5 min stroll down a few steep steps so takecare but ideal to have on your doorstep . We hired 2 beds and brolly for half a day that cost us 10 euros until 2pm which was long enough to then pop back for lunch. A whole day was only 15 euros but it was nice to break the day up. All in all this is the perfect hotel for anyone looking to get away to soak up some stunning views and eat good food for the fun of it! I would definatley recommend and we will be back. If you have any doubts, don't. Book up now, you won't be disappointed! More
worth every penny
Very clean hotel, maids every day, plenty to eat if you want to, I even tryed food I wouldn't normally eat. Staff work really hard. Even tho we went as couple's this hotel is a must for kids, paid to have a seaview and it was perfect. Only one low point food never seems to be hot.More
We stayed at the Invisa Hoteles Club Cala Verde from 22.08.16 to 02.09.16 and we loved every minute of it. To sum it up: The staff were fantastic The resort was beautiful & very well maintained The food was out of this world, fabulous when considering how many tastes they have to cater for! The kids club & general activities done by the animation team were great, someone for everyone and our 5 year old loved it. Just a tip, visit the hippy market and do the katamaran trip from Ibiza town. We will definitely be returning! 5 stars & 100% from us More
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