The Holiday Village Seaview Ibiza is a best-of-both-worlds hotel with a chilled-out beach scene and a high-speed waterpark starring the likes of Kamikaze, Tornado and Aquaracer.
This hotel has had a few changes for summer 2015, with a snake-like infinity pool being added. Expect a waterpark, as well as Holiday Village classics like the sky-high Aerial Adventure and themed academies.
Great views come with the territory at this place – it’s got a sea-view pool that’s just a few minutes’ walk away from the beach. And when it comes to rooms, you can upgrade to a swim-up pad.
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The ultimate family holiday
- Clubs for 0 to 11 year olds, run to UK standards
- Meet-and-greets with the Widgets
- Expert-run swim, stage and football academies
- Outdoor activities including archery, Water Walkerz and raft-building
- Child-friendly buffets and at least 2 à la carte restaurants
- 'HV Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. A free meal at two of the themed restaurants per week. Snacks. Ice cream.
Locally produced alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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First Choice Kids' Club
This Holiday Village has a First Choice Kids’ Club that’s split into age groups. There’s Little Stars for 3 to 5 year olds, Super Stars for 6 to 8s and Mega Stars for 9 to 11s. They’re open 7 days a week and most activities are completely free. There’s also a Twinkle Stars crèche manned by qualified UK staff.
Sirenis Aquagames waterpark
With loads of slides and a splash area just for little ones. You'll have access to the waterpark 6 days a week.
Our First Choice team have put together a cast of highly trained entertainers offering an exciting and diverse range of shows, fun and activities. If you're after some evening excitement, you can find the entertainers at Pub Nauticus or on the outdoor entertainment stage.
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1-bedroom apartment with cot space
1-bedroom apartment sleeps up to 4 with a twin bedroom and a sofa-bed, plus an additional pull-out bed in the lounge. With 2 flatscreen TVs, a bath or shower and free Wi-Fi for 2 devices. Cot space is available when the room is not fully occupied. The bathrooms and kitchenettes will be given a fresh new look for summer 2015.
1-bedroom apartment with sea view and cot space
1-bedroom apartment with sea view sleeps up to 4 with a twin bedroom and a sofa-bed, plus an additional pull-out bed in the lounge. With 2 flatscreen TVs, a bath or shower and free Wi-Fi for 2 devices. Cot space is available when the room is not fully occupied. The kitchenettes and bathrooms will be given a fresh new look for summer 2015.
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wonderful family holiday
Our room was fantastic very clean and large we had two Television lovely balcony and right next to the pools area. This was our first holiday in Ibiza and holiday village and it was money well spend we wish we had taken two weeks instead of one, people was lovely staffs were lovely and Thompson was lovely. i told all my friends with grandchildren they must take them.More
Ann A, Greater London, United Kingdom
Fab family holiday
This was our 6th Holiday Village. We (me, hubby, 8 year old son and 4 year old daughter) arrived early (12.30am) on Sat 18th July for our 2 week hol and were a little frazzled! However we soon settled in and went to sleep. We were in 1122 in Hibiscus Block. Rooms were okay - we had a few ants however! Food - food was fine. Breakfast was first up in the morning. A great choice of breakfast - croissants, cakes, every kind of fresh bread, fresh fruit, tinned fruit, yoghurt, cereals (not UK brands) pancakes, bacon, sausages, egg, mushroom, tomato, hash browns, fried bread - you name it it was there! I did find the bacon cold, however everything else was fine. If you missed breakfast in the restaurant you could eat it in the snack bar till 12pm which we did a couple of days. Lunch was also in the restaurant or snack bar, the restaurant obviously had more choice. Pizza at Es Pins bar (4pm-6pm) was amazing. Evenings in the restaurants had a good choice too - freshly cooked chicken, pork or beef steaks (show cooking), a roast meat, ribs, chips, diff kinds of potatoes, rice, stir fry, salad, soup, stews, curry. Kids buffet was varied (although my daughter wanted chicken nuggets every day). We ate out at all 3 restaurants and I would recommend them all, although my favourite was the sunset grill and we ate here twice - fillet steak was amazing!! I have to say all the staff in all the restaurants and bars were brilliant - very efficient and friendly! Thank you Sirenis. Drinks were fab - a few cocktails all inclusive, mojito's were 2.50 euros. I would often make up my own cocktails by simply0 ordering the spirits that went in them!! Slush was included for the kids. Pools - the views from the infinity pool were amazing and the sunset magical. However my kids preferred the main pool due to the activities going on. It was shut for a few occasions however the other half was kept open. Inflatables are banned however I was glad - if everyone had an inflatable you wouldn't have been able to move!! We used to get sunbeds on the way to breakfast at 8.30-9ish and often Found 4 together so no issues here for us. Both of my kids had sore ears from the pool, so take calpol/ibuprofen with you as the supermarkets can't stock medicines. My son loved the water park. Never too busy and small enough for us to let him go on his own. It's just a shame there are no sunbeds here (just deckchairs). Kids club - kids had a great time and loved Hayley, Jillian, Billy and Ben. They did say the chocolate and sweetie party wasn't as good as last year however still had a good time. My son also did football academy and enjoyed this too. Thanks Sukh, Phoebe and Andy. They played some good games that a few of the dads who are football coaches are going to steal! My son also did the climbing and the guys here were great, and thought I was my sons sister, he must have needed glasses. Ian was fab too. Entertainment - these guys do a great job! Hats off to Stevie G, Davey B, Kara, Paige, Scotty and Liam! My kids loved seeing Stevie and Kara again as they were the entertainers last year in kos. They don't stop, playing games in the day and entertaining at night. Kids loved red vs yellow and I had a delighted little girl when she got to press the red button. She was gutted she was t picked for pool Party dancing though. I love the shows the entertainers do too and wish people would applaud more!!! I felt the entertainment area was really cramped. Lots of table and chairs squeezed in so lots of tables being knocked and drinks being spilt and kids heads being banged. People - we met some lovely people and our kids made some lovely friends, however some people and their kids were terribly rude!!!! Not much first choice can do about this though! Out and about - the beach is beautiful. Small, shallow, safe and contained. We never made the fire show (although we tried). I have to say the man who owned the beach bar was very rude when we enquired about somewhere to sit! Put us off drinking there!! Two shops opposite the hotel are well stocked and we also walked into the local town which was nice. A good selection of shops and bars with activities for kids. All in all a lovely holiday and gutted to be home. Kos last year felt slightly more classy however we are considering booking Ibiza next year as we preferred the water park, beach and gorgeous infinity pool! Any questions feel free to ask!More
Leacat1978, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Bad smell....thatÂ´s what weÂ´ll recall
...when we remember our holiday stay at Sirenis Country club...and a very lax approach of personal. DonÂ´t get me wrong, they may intend to help you, but I guess they are instructed to repeat the same phrases. BEWARE of the room no. 3326 - unless you .would want to breath the septic smell 24/7. We did make a few complaints, but all we did was that sympathy of the personnel regarding our situation, however, nobody offer a solution. Now we know, that we should have stayed at the reception until somebody would really DO something. One more thing, at the day of departure, we found out the new shoes are missing. As we explained the whole situation to the personnel, we were told, that if the shoebox had been left next to the trash, the cleaning woman might have thrown it away as well. So please, be careful where you put your things.More
Martina A, Prague, Czech Republic
Lovely holiday at the Holiday Village Ibiza
We stayed at Holiday Village Ibiza for 7 nights in July. We checked in very late approx 1 in the morning and check in was very quick. A packed lunch was supplied as restaurants etc were closed which was welcomed after a long day travelling. Our room was a family studio in the Petunia Block on the second floor overlooking the beach. It has to be one of the nicest views we have experienced on holidays. This block was also relatively quiet but the rooms have paper thin walls and if you have noisy neighbours you might be kept awake. Kids banging doors and running up and down the hallways can become annoying but this is a holiday village so we half expected this. Otherwise our room was more than adequate for the 4 of us and the pull out bed for the kids was extremely easy to use and kids said was comfy. Wifi in rooms excellent. Two devices can be connected at one time and kids were happy. This was our first stay in a HV so in comparison to other holidays the pool and restaurants etc were extremely busy at times. We positioned ourselves around the main entertainment pool as if was a great depth for our kids but unless you are up at 7/7.30 forget getting a sun bed in the second/3rd rows. If you did get one you had to wait until 8 or the staff would remove towels. I'm saw people asleep on the beds in the first row probably being up and by the pool from 6.30 onwards!!! Must say plenty of sun beds further away from pool but if you need to watch kids expect to be up early. Also the sun beds are crammed together no space between so if you have a buggy you will be extremely restricted. We found the AI very good. The alcoholic drinks were ok and the kids loved the slushys. It would have been nice to have some ice lollys on the AI but ice cream tubs were included. We didn't try any of the other restaurants on site we stuck to the main buffet restaurant. I found breakfast had the least choice...a few more cereals would have been lovely but never a morning we couldn't find something to eat. Lunch was good as was dinner. It can get extremely hectic in the evening and kids dropping plates left right and centre but again this is a HV so didn't really bother us as our kids loved picking out their own food and accidents do happen but do expect a romantic sit down meal. The restaurant does have hand sanitisers at the enterance so thumbs up for that. We found the food lovely never really any day we couldn't find anything but I'm sure after 2 weeks it could get a bit samey. One thing I didn't like was tumblers in the restaurant for wine. I'm sure they could manage a wine glass. It actually put me off. Also plastic tumblers in the evening from the bar. I can understand during the day around the pool but in the evening it would have been nice to have a wine glass etc. Other AI resorts we have been to have had plastic cups etc during day then in evening proper glasses for the evening...but hey this is only a personal preference. The infinity pool is lovely for chilling out during the day when the main pool gets hectic and in the evening has the most amazing view of the sunsets but the bar is payable at night which is a bit silly but you can bring drinks from the main bar. Our kids loved the onsite water park and were a lovely age that they could go on most of the slides. It was great to have it on site that you could go in and out as much as you liked....no drinks allowed tho but we brought in bottles of water in our bags etc. The lifeguards were excellent, they do tend to blow their whistles a lot but it does keep the park safe. We didn't really stray from the hotel as the kids loved the pool and water park but we did visit the beach next to the hotel one afternoon and it grand for what we needed...bit of a swim and sand castles. The pub at the beach has a nightly fire show and that's worth a look but we could see this from our balcony so added bonus. We walked to port des Torrent one evening after dinner and it was a lovely walk about 15 mins lesurely along by the sea. Some nice shops and bars and if we were staying longer we would have probably taken a few more trips. A special mention to the First Choice entertainment team they were definitely the best family entertainment we have experienced. Always interacting with the kids and looked lively and like they were having fun themselves?..Stevie G is brilliant! Our kids loved them all. Our kids didn't want to try the kids club they were happy around the pool but they did partake in pool games and the climbing wall etc and loved it. Loads for them to do. One thing that we felt let the hotel down was its late check out policy. On our day of check out we were not being collected for the airport until 20.30 so we asked the first day of our hoilday for late check out (being 18.00 and costing â¬45.00). Our room no was put on a list but the receptionist said we would have to come back at 10am on day of check out to see if room was available for late check out. If it wasn't we were informed we could use the courtesy room. The day before we were due to go home I went to view the courtesy room as I like to be prepared and I was horrified....basically a stinky musty changing room. One for male and one for females...not even a family cubicle. The ladies room was awful with two showers facing each other and an open space for changing with latted benches absolutely 0% privacy I was horrified. Thankfully our room was available for late check out so we were comfortable for our last day but we were speaking with a family who had a small baby and they weren't so lucky. If we had to use this room on our last day I think my impression of the Holiday Village would have been completely ruined so if you have a late flight home make sure you put your name on the late check out list at check in. Also word of advice bring tummy tablets...there was a tummy bug doing the rounds during our visit and lots of small kids were dropping like flys...I even witnessed a woman running from the buffet to the toilets to be sick. Also kids getting sick at the pool so be prepared for the pools to be closed due to sickness etc. I do think this is down to the heat and the large volume of people staying in the complex as we did find the complex to be spotless and in general for the amount of visitors very clean. Thankfully we escaped. All in all if you are looking for a relaxing couples holiday HV Ibiza is not for you but if you are looking for a fun filled holiday then the Holiday Village Ibiza ticks a lot of boxes. I know there are a few negatives in my review but our kids thought this was the best holiday ever and I was sad to be leaving. Would I recommend ...definitely and we would hope to be back.More
Fantastic family holiday !
We stayed in the holiday village for two weeks with our 2year old daughter, the hotel was fantastic, always very clean, the staff were friendly and very helpful, my daughter attended the creche and absolutely loved the girls working there, they made her feel so comfortable, the pool is amazing its so big, with gorgeous views of the sea, we didnt spend much time at the beach but did visit a couple of times, its literally a 2minute walk and lovely and secluded, the food was very nice we ate in all the resturants over our stay and all were very nice, the waterpark is absolutely amazing ! My daughter loved it, again it was kept very clean and never got too busy during our stay overall I feel the hotel was lovely and we had a lovely time i would definitely recommend to others ! More
Amandajclondon, Staines, United Kingdom
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