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.
Rooms ► View all
swim-up family room with cot space
Swim-up family room sleeps up to 4 with a bath or shower, 2 flatscreen TVs, free Wi-Fi for 2 devices and direct access to a shared pool.
family room with sea view, cot space and bath
Family room with sea view sleeps up to 4 with twin beds, plus a sofa-bed with an additional pull-out bed separated by sliding doors. 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 having a makeover in time for summer 2015.
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My wife 2 daughters.son in law.and my young grandson came to this fantastic hotel on Sept 16th for 14 days holiday At check in Carlos got us sorted quickly and into our rooms The rooms are superb beds are really comfy 2 x tvs in each room a safe deposit box for 2 euros a day. Aircon is superb toilet facilities great Restaurants the main buffet restaurant has a excellent choice of food for breakfast. Lunch and dinner and choice of wine beer or juices which are all palatable Entertainment was really superb and they all try really hard to keep your holiday enjoyable staff are all fantastic and really pleasant ones that made us really welcome were Patricia.Lola.Andrea.Jaun. Vanessa.Betty.Blanca.Laurena.Sandra (chef) the ones I can remember We have had a fantastic holiday and would highly recommend this holiday village for a superb family holidayMore
Great family resort
Overall this resort lives up to the four star standard. Perfect for families with kids aged from age 0 â 16 who plan to spend most of there time at the resort. Not recommend for couples as the facilities and entertainment are child orientated. While we would rate the resort highly the island would only get three out of five. Detailed review Us â Family of three including our three year old daughter on a one week holiday at the end of September. We have stayed at several other four star resorts in Majorca so we are naturally comparing the seaview against those. Hotel Location â The hotel is about 25 minutes away from the airport (depending on stops). It is situated on the edge of a cove and has stunning views (try to get a sea view room if you can). A small beach is located within 150M walking distance which has a small port from which you can get boat taxis. There a handful of small shops around the resort. There is bus stop directly outside the resort and â¬1.65 will get you to the bigger town of San Antonio in 20 minutes. Rooms â The rooms are spotlessly clean and by the look of it were remodelled within the last couple of years. We had a sea view room which had a great view over the coast. The living area can be split in two using a sliding door separating the sleeping and seating / balcony area. The sofa can be folded out to give you a second bed. Each of the two areas have their own TV. Wi-Fi for one device is included with the room. The only criticism we have of the room is the fact you have to walk through the main sleeping area to get to the bathroom which can be a pain. The room is more hotel size / layout than the other apartment style rooms we have stayed in before for the same price. On a side note, we had a look at the rooms with the swim up (private) pools. While they are probably a godsend in the busy months, at this time a year we think they would be a waste. They take you away from the facilities (bars, actives and entrainment) and other guests. They have a view of a garden area which I think is for their privacy however this totally blocks their view of the spectacular sea view on the other side. If you are looking for a romantic secluded break then they are an option, but to be honest, you are at the wrong resort. Pools â There are a selection of pools around the site. There are two main pools in the centre of the resort and a full water park which is freely accessible for hotel guests. We didn't spent too much time at the water park but the slides are great. The best pool on site is the infinity pool. It has several small pools with different depths. Our three year old was perfectly safe and happy to play there. The views are stunning and in general it was much less crowded than the other pool locations. Food â The main buffet room has a good selection of food for breakfast lunch and dinner with some themed nights. I'd recommend going for an early sitting as the food is often warmer and fresher. The buffet room also has a balcony area. We recommend using it weather permitting. It is much quieter, the staff are more attentive and it has a great view. There are also three themed restaurants on site. You can visit up to two of these per each weeks stay We went to the American diner and the Italian. Both were good. The pool side food from the outside bars was a let down. It was often not up to temperature and the bread was often stale. Bars â Good selection of outside and inside bars. The Sports bar is a great spot to relax or, watch some sport. The infinity pool area becomes a pay only bar at night. We were sceptical of this when booking but the view of the sunset has to be seen. With a private DJ and calm atmosphere you won't mind paying the $8 for a cocktail (which are great and generous in size). Staff â No complaints here. The staff are friendly and always willing to help. Their English is quite good and we never had a problems getting what we asked for. Entrainment â The in-house entrainment staff were the best we have ever seen. While they mostly cater for the kids they do a great job of it. They genuinely seem to enjoy their jobs. Our daughter attended the kids club most days. It runs for four sessions a day and your child can attend all if they wish. The hotel has obviously invested in its entertainment areas. The only let down for us was the indoor areas on wet days / evenings. The staff seemed to struggle to find activities to entertain the kids as so much of the equipment is based outside. The indoor entertainment area could use the same investment as the outside areas. They also didn't open up the bar area during these periods which meant you had to walk to the outside bar / sports bar to get any type of drink. The island and excursions â We found the island as a whole pretty limiting in regards to family trips and excursions compared to Majorca. We only went on the one which was the family cruise and we would recommend it. We visited San Antonio and would not go back. It is essentially a town of dank bars and clubs. Its only saving grace is the harbour area which has a selection of nicer bars and restaurants but you pay considerably more for food and drink in this area. The island is primarily catered for entertaining adults and this shows in the choice of trips and excursions. We would have struggled to fill our time if we had stayed for two weeks.More
Good family holiday
We arrived about lunch time on the 9th of sept for two weeks. Upon arrival it was pretty hectic at reception and with everyone being told they'd have to wait for their rooms to be ready we were lucky ours was finished. Check in didn't take long then went straight to the room so our one year old could nap. The room was in almond block and was lovely! Very clean, nice decor, very big and posh marble floors! I also think our bed was memory foam. Downside; we didn't have a bath and floor was extremely dangerous when wet as our air con kept leaking.. not ideal if you have a baby. Our balcony was facing the sea and it was beautiful there was a little patch of green outside it where rabbits came in the evenings and our daughter loved watching them hop about. The hotel grounds weren't as lovely as the room but by no means bad. Nice big pool which started off extremely shadow so our daughter could paddle about. There was a baby pool but it was always so crowded. The infinity Pool was heavenly the views music and jacuzzi were so relaxing we tended to go here when our daughter was in the crÃ¨che. Reasonable prices 11 euros for two hours. Staff weren't all that friendly but she seemed to like them. Splash park was great loved the adult slides felt like a big kid! The bowl is scary though be warned you come out head first!! Baby's had a Poole which was approx .5 of a meter and had four slides and a waterfall which was nice. Buffet was crowded at times I preferred to go when it first opened as no struggle to get a high chair and food was nice and fresh. Although some of the puddings were still frozen where they hadn't got them out the freezer early enough! Food was very good Al sorts of meats and fish however was always the same just cooked in a different way and toward the end I just couldn't wait to get home and eat proper food. Even with the free visits to the other restaurants it got very boring. Make sure you book well in advance because we went to book our final one 4 days before we left and it was fully booked everyday so didn't get to go. despite the face half the tables were empty every day ? Drinks were good, piÃ±a colada cocktail was free and I lived off them they were lovely! San Antonio was a bit of a let down, was only there for two hours and didn't go back. Just full of tatty shops and lookie lookie men as was the beach! We went to the beach daily it was beautiful but as I mentioned above a lot of men trying to sell you things though not half as pushy as some places. The bar on the beach very expensive 9 euro a cocktail but the views were gorgeous and we went here often however if you go at night time beware I got eaten alive by Mosquitos! Even with a band and repellent spray. I wouldn't give it 5 stars as it definitely isn't a five star but four is reasonable. Wouldn't go back as I don't like visiting the same places but really enjoyed our holiday I didn't want to come home! Thanks everyone for a nice time. More
daisymummy14, Poole, United Kingdom
Very Enjoyable Holiday
We went to the Holiday Village in Kos last year with our 2 year old daughter and she loved it, so we purposely looked for another Holiday village again this year and decided to give Ibiza a try as it looked a great hotel. We stayed between 14th and 21st September and our overall experience was a good one. We had a room with a great view over the bay and was away from any noise which was particularly welcome in the evening. The hotel facilities were great and the main pool was perfect for young children offering two shallow areas for them to play in (as well as a separate baby/toddler pool)...our daughter loved it! The water park was also a nice addition offering a change of scenery and activity. The food was ok, not great, but the variety on offer was very good so there was always something to satisfy everyones taste. The specialty restaurants were a little better and were also less chaotic whilst again offering a change of scenery to the main buffet. Just like last year, the Holiday Village entertainment team really made the holiday - they are brilliant and the shows they put on are fantastic! Definitely the best entertainment we have experienced whilst on holiday and the best thing is that it appeals to all ages - our daughter was still dancing at 10.30pm most nights! Whilst I would be happy to recommend the hotel, I would definitely recommend the Holiday Village concept which is brilliant and im sure we will visit another Holiday Village again sometime in the future.More
Super Sirenis Seaview...
My husband and 3 kids age 15, 12 & 10 had a wonderful week here from the 19th until the 26th September 2015. We were a bit nervous after reading some very negative reviews just a few days before we left to go on holiday...however, we were relieved to find that the review did not do the hotel justice... Firstly, the place is spotless and the staff work tirelessley to make it so. There is a whole range of fun activities for kids, a water park on the premises which was fantastic, kids clubs, a football academy, entertainement and 3 noisy pools with 2 snack bars offering a plethora of food...the pizza at the small snack bar is fab. But be prepared...there can be a few flies at the big snack bar, but the staff are constantly clearing tables, to combat this. The restaurant is like a canteen, it is busy, it is noisey, but it is a family village, and that has to be expected. The food overall is okay, some of the fish was really lovely as was the pork escalopes, and the omlettes that were made to order were divine. (My 10 year old son likes good home cooked food, and it was not up to his standards, he didn't like the milk, the cereal, the sausages. He lived on pizza and hot dogs...he rarely gets hot dogs at home, but it's holiday, so different rules apply). My husband and I had a lovely fillet steak at the a la carte restaurant, the kids had chicken breast which was lovely, at the Italian restaurant, we had calzone and the kids had pizza from the clay pizza oven... There is something wrong with you if you can't find something decent to eat. It's not Michelin star grub, but it is more than adequate. The jewel in the crown for us was the infinity pool, which is a chill out area where kids are few and parents can chill while their kids are being entertained by the fabulous Thomson staff...activities include football, the human hamster ball, which my 12 year old loved and many pool games , we grabbed the chance to chill out for an hour or two and it was just heaven. The bar staff, restaurant staff, cleaning staff were all warm and friendly. The football coaches were absolutely fantastic...well done Andy and Lee! The Thompsons reps were always visible and could not have been more helpful and friendly...Rosie was so lovely and bubbly. Well done Thomsons. Finally, the beach...100 m from the hotel and absolutely lovely with a few bars and restaurants, it was good for snorkling in too, and ideal if you have small children as it is a small beach with lovely clear shallow water. One evening, there was a fire dancer, which was quite a sight to behold. Down side the Looky looky men, but actually, the weren't that bad, they accepted no for an answer, but they were there. We went to San Antonio to watch the sunset...cafe mambo, very expensive, but Savanagh is pretty reasonable for a few beers and a couple of soft drinks, you must take in atleast one sunset here...breathtaking. Also, if you get a chance, go to Ibiza old town, it's lovely, a bus leaves the hotel, which takes you to san antonio and then you get a bus from there. It takes a bout 40 minutes going via bus, but 20 mins by taxi which costs 30 euros one way. I would definitely recommend this hotel, but be realistic, it's packed with families, and always noisey, and after a day of activity, we were all knacked and wanted a wee bit of quiet time before heading off to bed...that's why we would go the beach at night for an hour or so, because we're not big on evening entertainment, but to be fair, it was really good if you're into that kind of thing.More
LAW1426, Glasgow, United Kingdom
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