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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All Inclusive - Here's what you get
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.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Main outdoor pool
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.
Daytime activity programme
Darts, volleyball, football, archery and table tennis are just a pinch of what the entertainment team have to offer.
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twin room with balcony or terrace
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.
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50th Birthday celebration for 29 people
Wow... Wow.... Wow EVERYTING at White Sands was fantastic !! The staff, food, location and pool are were all of the highest standard possible. Normally we wouldn't return the same place twice however, we are already pricing a return visit in 2017. Sincere thanks to all of the staff.More
Paul M, 190793
Great 11 day visit.
Great hotel and facilities. Only minor down point was late check in (2pm) when we arrived 10am following an early flight. Close to the airport so you could see and hear planes as they past but this wasn't a problem. Good and friendly staff and entertainment team. Clean room and facilities. More
Fab location for a long weekend
Lovely hotel in a convenient location, shortest airport transfer ever! Rooms were of a high standard as was the food and drink, we were even lucky with the weather. Plenty of sunbeds by the pool and beach which can often be an issue at an all-inc. We were a large party which can be a problem in booking into the themed restaurants but the hotel were able to accommodate us at the lovely Mediterranean restaurant by the beach. Perfect distance for exploring Ibiza town and the bars in playa d'en bossa are walkable. Only a few niggles - reception did mess up our checkin so we were kept waiting for a few hours longer than anticipated upon arrival. The air freshener pumped into all the main areas of the hotel was so strong it was off putting - you could taste it! We avoided being inside as much as possible, so glad the weather was nice. Overall a fab weekend and would consider going back to the resort for a long weekend in the future. More
only just holds on to its 5 star status - return to Palladium for our first family holiday
I would firstly like to say that I have stayed here on previous occasions which is why I chose it for our first family holiday. Amazing transfer time, 5 mins from the airport. I've tried to summarise points that I hope will be helpful to those visiting this summer and I hope the negatives will be taken on board by Palladium! Staff I would so love to give the Palladium 5 stars but unfortunately I can't as I had such a poor experience with their front of house staff. The 'welcome' format seems to vary on how busy they are. Ours was cold and dismissive and there was no welcome drink/hotel introduction as we would see other guests receive. We had several issues with our room during our stay and each time the staff on reception would either try fob us off, be dismissive or make promises that just weren't kept. Simple tasks like asking for a taxi became major issues, in fact we ended up getting the security gate to organise taxis. That brings me to the other staff at the hotel, cleaning, security, catering, maintenance, mini club and people of palladium - are just so friendly and literally will go out of their way to make sure you are happy and having a great time. So the complete opposite with the staff on reception is mind boggling! Please Palladium, I know you monitor TA for feedback, sort it out. Rooms Lots of investment has gone on at this hotel in communal areas since we last stayed but it's fair to say the rooms are getting a little dated. Nothing to worry about though, the beds are big and comfy, showers are great with plenty of hot water and furniture is functional and we had no sleep issues. However you have to be fair and consider that this should be a 5 star standard and I don't think the rooms are, the electric in our room kept tripping every day and the ceiling tiles kept falling through in the hallway. Wifi Wifi is provided free but is slow. You can upgrade to vip wifi at a cost. Slow wifi doesn't bother me as it gives an enforced holiday from using mobiles and devices :) Restaurants So much choice, was great when we stayed on previous occasions but it has gone to another level. For anyone travelling with young children there is plenty of high chair options, we never waited for one once. Pools As previous posters have written, you should invest in some pool shoes for your children. The young children's pool is quite slippy as it has a slippy ledge leading into it, I read this on a previous review and took some along for my son. I would go back to this hotel and hope my negative experience with reception was just teething issues with it being the start of the summer season. Tips for parents; the small shop at Palladium has a good stock of swim nappies, normal nappies, lots of pool toys (including the blow up baby seated pool toys), snacks such as Pom bears (crisps), tuc crackers, and animal biscuits (just in case your toddler gets fussy eating the abundance of food on offer in ai like mine!!). There is also mosquito repellents and cot/pram nets. This is handy to know if you don't want to pack everything but the kitchen sink! There is also another shop over by White Island (the adjoining hotel), this also has plenty of these items too. There is a chemist in playa den bossa (20-30 mins walk), very helpful and the chemist speaks good English. The hotel provide milk, warmed up or cold at the main bar. Just want to lastly mention the staff in the mini club again, my son loved it there, they are a lovely bunch of people who make every child welcome. Thank you for reading and enjoy your holiday at Palladium :)More
What can I say... Fantastic hotel. Staff were extremely friendly, Rooms were impeccable, food was gorgeous - (steak cooked to your liking for lunch won me over instantly and the amount of fresh fruit available was perfection), even though we checked in at 11.30pm they still provided us with a supper to tuck into should we want it. The only thing that is slightly irritating about the hotel is that although it is right by the beach, the access to it is via a back gate, down a small pathway/ally round the back of some bars and then onto a walk way. Its not direct and therefore walking back to the hotel for your all inclusive drinks when being on the beach is a bit of a hindrance, not to mention you have to remember to take your key card to your room with you or you cannot re-enter the gate (great for safety, annoying if you forget it). Still, I couldn't fault it for anything else and I wouldn't hesitate to return, possibly in peak season as being three young single friends (in our 20s) we needed more night-life around the hotel and it was extremely limited in May.More
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