This hotel has a couple of pools and 4 restaurants, as well as a sandy beach on the doorstep.
Location-wise, this hotel has everything covered. For starters, a sandy beach is just out the back. Then there’s the town centre, which is 15 minutes’ walk away. And buses stop outside on their way to Ibiza Town.
Two pools – 1 is a chillout number – and the Balinese beds on the lawn make up the pool scene. Dining-wise, there’s a quartet of restaurants including a buffet place that looks out onto a nature reserve, and a smart Italian à la carte.
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Full Board meals served in 4 restaurants - buffet, à la carte and snack bar. Snacks at the Portofino restaurant 11.00-18.00.
Local alcoholic and select international drinks, house wine, soft drinks, tea and coffee 09.00-01.00. Tea, coffee and biscuits 16.00-17.00.
All are included except where indicated.
The main pool comes complete with Balinese day beds, pool towels and sun terraces. The pool is 2 metres deep across its whole area, and has a kids' area attached.
Offering a range of treatments for adults only.
Darts, volleyball, football, archery and table tennis are just a pinch of what the entertainment team have to offer.
There's lots of natural light in these twin rooms - there's a large double door with a balcony or terrace providing some outside space. Your room will be fully air-conditioned with a fridge, safe hairdryer, iron, bathrobe and slippers. There's also free Wi-Fi and facilities to make a tea or coffee.
A great holiday at the Grand Palladium. The hotel is modern, spotless with very friendly staff. Food in the main restaurant was excellent and I think all eight of us thought it was better than the a la carte restaurants. Having said that The Portofino, close to the beach was a great place to lunch with a good choice of food. If I had any negatives it would be that ice creams and proper cocktails (not from a machine) should be included in the cost. A special mention for Jesus Fernandez, Jake Ocampo, Jusef Gonzalez, Joan Costa and Gamy Ulloa. Would be more than happy to return. More
To be honest I was unsure what to expect...but loved it!!! Best points were: Closeness to beach. The a la carte options.... Favorite was one with beach view. Jacuzzi.... Old but once powered up more than adequately restfull. Location... Near enough to walk all the way around Playa den Bossa if desired. One teeny niggle was the booking of sun beds by the pool with possesion from sun up to sun down. I guess this cant br prevented but if you happem to like pools as opposed to beaches or jacuzzis then It could be problematic! Loved the minibar with good cold drinks, white sangria, cava and as much seafood as I would ever eat and I love my seafood!More
Rather disappointing experience. Tried to contact hotel several times by email before, no reply. Landed at 4 PM, arrival experience fine (apart from not being able to organise airport transfers they advertise on the website), dinner first night ; did not want to eat at a buffet, was directed to another restaurant, told to wait and an hour later was told no tables, and by that time the buffet had closed , so dinner consisted of crisps. A la carte had to be booked 24h in advance. Service recovery offered - 1.5 hours in the Spa pool. We come to Playa D'en Bossa to enjoy the beach! No sandwiches or snacks apart from ice cream at the pool bar at 4 PM. Spoke to management about our experience, took one day to get hold of a manager. Management offered absolutely no service recovery for a pretty much ruined 3 nights away. Spent most of our time away from the hotel and paid for a 5 star experience elsewhere. Staff in the restaurants very friendly and did what they could with limited resources available. Would not return, very disappointed.More
The food here was great- especially the italian a la carte! I would highly recommend staying here on an all-inclusive basis as the food in playa d'en bossa isn't great unless you are going to really really high-end restaurants. The location is fab- about a 10 minute walk from Space and Ushuaia. There is a bus stop right outside the resort which takes you into town. The drinks and cocktails at the bars are great- just wish that they were open a little longer (they close at around 12.30/1am). The entertainment is OK, nothing to rave about and the animation team are a group of talented dancers but that's about it. The rooms were spacious and clean- all staff were very helpful. The guest services desk was the most useful in terms of helping u with trips and getting tickets for the big nights out. Make sure you ask them for tickets because it's the same price as what they sell on the streets but some nights they even give free tickets!More
chetna P, 186338
This was our 7th year at the grand palladium , we love it , Hence the reason for our return , .Everything about the Hotel is wonderful . To many names to mention for the staff ,Roly , Chris , 'Little Dick',Richard, Neil, Domingo in the pool bar , Staff are amazing ,we are treated with such respect , we feel like royalty , . But this year there were a number of flaws !!!!!!The entertainment was not a patch on last year , for some reason they seem to be really lacking in interesting entertainment , same thing every night , . Also we found the food very disappointing , We struggled nearly every night to find anything wonderful . .. Very unfortunate . Through the day we never seen a Rep come near the quiet pool . where as the years before , they would come around with fruit , to see if you wanted to play football beach games , tell you what entertainment was in the evening ,. Nothing at all , We travel as a couple , but meet friends there every year , we all say the same , The white island gets more attention than the palladium , and unfortunately it shows greatly . Hopefully some of this can be sorted by the next summer 2017 , if you want our custom again it needs to change .More
april o, 186425
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