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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Based On 843 reviews
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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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1 bedroom family room
These 1-bedroom family rooms offer a comfortable stay. There's room for 3 adults and 1 child with twin beds, a sofa-bed and child's bed in the lounge. You'll be able to keep your room cool with air-conditioning - plus you'll have satellite TV and direct dial phone too.
junior suite with sea view and large balcony
The spacious junior suites are modern and stylish with accents of colour. There's lots of natural light in your suite provided by the double doors out to your balcony - and from your balcony you'll be able to make the most of the sea view. Your room can be kept cool with air-conditioning and you'll also find a mini-fridge. Just so you know this room sleeps up to 4 adults and 1 child.
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Fantastic first family holiday
This was our first family holiday . Traveled with our 17 month . Also brought along two friends for moral support . I could of asked for a better hotel for our first family holiday . This was the cleanest hotel i ever stayed . Also the staff where so friendly . Always said morning , Hi etc . Food . Couldn't complain . Yes can be the same on some foods every night . Every had different meats/fish . Also there is another restaurant in this hotel to also choose from . Plus side is you can use both at the same time . You can also book at one of the restaurants in the Cala Blanca (sister hotel). We did have a booking but unfortunately it rained so couldn't go as its on a veranda (see view stunning ) . Did hear other people mentioned it was beautiful food . Rooms . We paid extra for the Sea view room . Was lovely to look out to see every morning . It was behind the stage . Which we did not here anything if it was still on when we went to bed as we put the telly on anyway . There was noise if telly was off but could easily sleep . Didn't keep my daughter up anyway . Yes there are lots of steps as this hotel is set on hills . So if you have trouble with mobility then i would make sure you mention this well before you travel . Id did . There is a mini fridge / Hairdryer in these rooms . I didn't really like the beds i thought they where to stiff . My partner found them fine . pillows where great though. The travel cot they provided for my daughter was great . Came with mattress plus changed everyday . Pools . 3 very clean pools . Yes cold but what do you expect . One baby pool not that big though . One shallow/Deep pool great for my little girl as we are teaching her to swim . Plus older kids . Then one deep pool . There is also the pools in the other hotel . There is also a Pirate ship area just between two hotels (5 mins walk) This is purely for kids . Entertainment . They work very hard to keep you entertained day and night . My daughter loved the Mini disco (still dances to the songs now) . There is a mini club in the day which is situated at the other hotel . We only went once as she is not 3 she could not go in without us . It was very secure . Just wished i went more for her . It has park which is covered in trees so plenty of shade. The nearest shop is a good 15/20 mins walk away . With this hotel being very remote there is nothing near . You can get a free bus to the local town 10 minuets . Beach is 2 mins to get too . Yes its down a fairly steep hill . There is also stairs to the beach . Also you can get to the beach via the other hotel . We did notice while on a walk one day there is a restaurant/bar just passed the Cala Blanca next to the beach. We never went booked looked nice. The only thing i could say negative is the price for the holiday . Which is not down to the hotel . We booked via Thomas Cook paid Â£650 for a week . I wouldn't say it was worth the money for the time of year we went . Id be happy to be paying that for high season . All in all great hotel great holiday . Nothing negative towards this hotel one bit .More
Good but not fantastic
Hotel is in very beautiful place, amazing views around. It's a good place to stay if you want a quiet and calm holidays. Receptionists are very helpful especially women with short hairs ( sorry, can't remember name). Entertainment team very friendly and polite and so hard working I guest they works without days off. Every evening amazing shows and you can choose from 2 hotels what you want to watch. Only one thing I didn't like it was room interior, but they has very nice and big bathrooms. However room service is very good, they were cleaning everyday. Food basic not something very nice and special. Would recommend this hotel for elderly people , families.More
onasim, Lincoln, United Kingdom
Lovely Hotel, disappointed as couldn't use all facilities!!
Travelled with our 10 Month old son for our Honeymoon, stayed at the Cala Verde side of the resort. Lovely hotel, welcoming staff & good evening entertainment! We originally got allocated a room quite high up on the resort but there where so many steps this was not very practical with our son so the manager allocated us a room lower down which was a lot easier with a toddler!However, when we arrived we where advised that we could make bookings in the restaurants at the Cala Blanca side of the resort, when we however went to book we where advised that this was no longer the case with no explanation from the hotel staff, we were really disappointed as we had paid to use all of the resort facilities and didn't even get the chance to try all of the restaurant's!! Also wouldn't recommend First Choice if you are travelling to this resort as if you are in the Cala Verde side they are not always available & really hard to track down!More
J0sephineM3, East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom
iPhone, card and sunglasses stolen on our last night
We both really enjoyed our all inclusive stay at the Invisa at Es Figueral up until the night before our flight home. From the beautiful views over the bay to the hot tub and fantastic food each day, we would've rated this hotel quite high. We even said we'd like to return. BUT on our last night, as we were packing up and moving our bags to reception, I noticed my things were missing. My iPhone, Rayban sunglasses and Visa card were gone. My handbag was handed in to reception and my Visa card mysteriously turned up on the steps (needless to say I cancelled it straight away) and we had been at the hotel all day as it had been raining. So it's sickening to think that whatever happened to my stuff, it was all taken by someone at the hotel that day. I was told that reception don't operate a lost and found, which wasn't very reassuring. After emailing the hotel and Thomas Cook, the agency which we used to book our holiday, no one was of any help and neither were in a hurry to get back to me. It was a great holiday up until then but ended badly. I've heard of similar things happening to other visitors to Ibiza, but I thought that sort of thing only happened on the other side of the island. It seems that the thieves target people on their final night of their stay. Other little things to note: The rooms were clean enough but not spotless and the beds were very uncomfortable. We were waiting all week to get back to our own bed at home due to waking up from a bad sleep on the stiff mattress. Sadly, I wouldn't recommend this hotel based on our experience.More
Lovely week in September
Lovely hotel with brilliant views over looking the beach/bay. We stayed at the Cala Verde which we found out about upon arrival as the hotel is split into two, the Cala Verde and the Cala Blanca. We preferred the Cala Verde as preferred the pool area and views. Both hotels are remote so you wont find bars/shops nearby. Food very good - a wide variety of fish, shellfish, meats, veg and salads. The paella was excellent. Restaurant and bar staff were very friendly. Rooms are very spacious and clean. We stayed in the Adeleja building on the second floor which had views of the pool and sea. We paid extra for a sea view which we would recommend as some rooms face the road or play areas. The beach is lovely, quiet and clean. You have to pay for sunloungers etc. Would recommend if you want an all inclusive holiday by the pool/beach. The hotel is very remote so if you want shops/restaurants to visit (within walking distance) this would not be a good choice.More
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