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 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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- Official Rating
The ultimate action-packed holiday
- 'HV Live' entertainment, exclusive to Holiday Villages'
- 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
All Inclusive - Here's what you get
Full Board buffet meals. 2 visits included to the themed restaurants per week - these are to be in 2 different restaurants. 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 family room with sea view and balcony or terrace
The family room with sea view comes with twin beds, plus a sofa-bed with an additional pull-out bed separated by sliding doors. With a bath or shower, 2 flatscreen TVs and free Wi-Fi for 2 devices. This room comes with a kitchenette.
1 bedroom family room with balcony or terrace
The family room comes with twin beds, plus a sofa-bed with an additional pull-out bed separated by sliding doors. You'll have 2 flatscreen TVs, a bath or shower and free Wi-Fi for 2 devices. A kitchenette is included. This room comes with air-conditioning, too.
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Not for couples
Well if you're after a relaxing holiday then this is not for you. Kids everywhere, generally screaming. The nightly entertainment was all for kids. We just happened to be in the main bar when a ropey pianist played. Thought we'd gone back to the 80's when cabaret might have been trendy. Extremely disappointed in the fact you can't have any cocktails on AI. the paid for cocktails are basically slush puppies in an extremely large glass that you can't taste any alcohol. Considering the price we paid for the holiday I would expect everything but branded drinks on AI the infinity pool would have been nice if we could have used it for the first two days. Turns out a child used it as a toilet, hence why the water was a lovely brown/green colour. Took the staff a few hours to tape off the pool. When they started to refill the following day you had to put up with the jet sprays on all day long. Apparently this pool up until last year was an adults only pool. Why they stopped that I'll never know, when they have a massive main pool and a water park. Would have been nice to have time away from the screaming kids. Main bar needs updating. Seating is filthy. Most seats had a white type stain on them! We went to the adults bar once. We tried to drag people in to join us as we were the only ones in there. Hard work. Just when we got enough people in to have a party they turned off the music. It was midnight! The bar is located in the basement. Above that is an unused bar. No idea why this closes so late. Would have been nice to have a place away from kids that opened later so we could relax. Upside at this hotel is that you won't struggle to find a sunbed. But you still get the German type Brits putting their towels out before 7am. Apparently the hotels can supply pool towels at a charge. Well if thats what you call them. More like the tatty bath towels they no longer use in the rooms. I suggest taking your own. the view from the room was nice, but you'll only get the nice view if your room balcony faces the main pool area which is also where the loud nightly kids entertainment is held. the room was large (we had a family room for two of us) the beds were comfy. The welcome pack states that sheets would be changed twice a week. They weren't changed once (the chocolate cake I scoffed in bed managed to get into bed with me) Food in the restaurant was average. Would have loved to have had British bacon more than once, but wasn't to be. There was no flow to anything. Tea from one area, milk from another 20 miles round the corner. Best time for breakfast was 8am, not much chance of crying children there to hurt your tired ears Weird meals times. Would have been nice if the restaurant opened earlier in the morning. We finally managed to book into the al a carte restaurants. The Italian isn't worth it. Service extremely poor for the amount of covers they have there. We had one glass of cava. The red wine table next to us was topped up all night, even if their glasses were half full, but a cava glass empty must mean you've had your fill. We didn't try the american diner as that's the usual bog standard grub you can get in the restaurant kids section. We did have a meal in the steak house. one of the best fillets I've had. You can help yourself to a massive salad bowl. The views are gorgeous and despite the two bad storms we endured during our stay we finally managed to see the famous sunset from our table. The service was great too. Don't know how two restaurants part of the same hotel can be so different with regards to service. We got a water taxi to San Antoni. 6euros each takes about 20 mins. Worth doing. Water sports are really expensive and so is the nightlife, but guess that the price you pay. Our pick up time wasn't until 5pm so we got to stay the whole day in the sun. A lot of faff when you want to freshen up and change into a bit more clothing other than a bikini. I ended up wearing mine home as there were no visible changing rooms other than the ladies loos. Very hygienic The water park looked good but was also very cold. Kids skins are clearly resilient to cold water so great for kids. All in all definitely wouldn't go there again and not worth the Â£730 per person we paid, considering we booked end of season and outside of the school holidays. I've seen less kids on holiday in school holiday time!!More
A great family holiday, not for couples though!
We have just returned from our break in Ibiza and stayed at the Sirenis Seaview Country Club. We are a family of four, with kids at 4 and 7, so the fact we arrived past midnight wasn't a great start to be honest, but not the hotel's fault!! I have seen someone mentioned getting a taxi straight from the airport instead of the coach that was arranged, and after waiting to check in with countless others and having to see EVERYBODY else dropped off first before us at their hotels, I would probably recommend this, obviously depending on cost. The rooms are quite small, we had a pool view which was good as we could see which pools were busiest and where people we knew were at! We did stay out very late every night, but have been told that because of the entertainment going on after 11 every night, don't expect to get to sleep on this side of the hotel. The room was clean, no problems with it, I think I was expecting bigger, so was my fault rather than the hotels. It was enough for us 4 anyway, but if you had bigger kids, I think it wouldn't be enough. Apparently the rooms on the top floor are bigger with dual aspect, so may be worth seeing how much extra these are if you plan to spend more time in the rooms. There was a fridge and a hob and microwave, so could be good if you wanted certain things to eat that were not provided. Although to be honest, with the all inclusive restaurants I wouldn't think you need them, although was good to keep water in the fridge. The pools were great. Depending on what level your children were at with swimming, you could pretty much choose which one to sit next to. We spent most of our time at the ones closest to the sea side of the hotel, as they were pretty shallow but went up to 2 metres for my oldest who was okay to swim here. We went just out of school holidays so the pool wasn't that busy to be fair, although I would expect it to be busier in the school holidays. The water park next door was superb. We could happily sit down and let the kids go off for a couple of hours without too much fuss, although the slides were just a little too much for my 4 year old, my 7 year old loved them. The pirate area in the middle was enough for the little one anyway, so wasn't a problem. Do bring water and food though, as that isn't provided here with the all inclusive. The food was fine, a nice variation and so much choice. It was very busy as you would expect, though, and had a school canteen feel when you were queuing up with your plates, but there was a nice little section outside which overlooked the bay. Although this was busy, is worth waiting or checking this out first as was much quieter out there. Once you get used to it though it was fine. I would recommend the terrace bar by the pools, that actually serves breakfast until 11am which we didn't realise and was a lot quieter. This was also great for a bite to eat at lunch although my lot were never that hungry in the daytime. You were only allowed to use the other 3 evening restaurants twice with the stay we had, so we only got to check out the American style one and the Italian, and the food at these were great, and was a nice break. It felt nice to be served too, instead of having to get everything yourself, although plastic utensils and plates was a bit much at the Big Wave one, and the staff were a little rude on our visit. I noticed some from the hotel had switched there, so was probably just that night they were not that helpful. The staff overall were great, and they helped when asked, and as for the entertainment, it was fine. If you weren't looking to venture out, this does go on for a good 4 hours, so covers the evening well. The kids were up dancing at various stages so does suit them, but I think the 'Widgets' and 'Live and Loud' would get tiresome for adults who didn't have the patience, and didn't have kids with them! The later bits were good, some decent tunes on one occasion, and the staff do come round and take drink orders so was really good. And the entertainers deserve their money as they do this every night and with the same enthusiasm too! Although you have to pay, it is well worth visiting the Island, the beach is very close, a short walk, and there is a speedboat there that takes you to San Antonio, which we travelled to see a little of the island. And there are plenty of restaurants within a short walk of the hotel along the beach and just after if you prefer the food, although we just stuck to the hotel to be fair. All in all, if I came back to Ibiza, the kids would be happy to stay here. I was happy enough, although I would look for a bigger room, and would probably spend a bit more time outside the hotel. I think as long as you don't expect too much, and you are looking for your children to have a great time, this doesn't disappoint. A very good location, and lots of fun for the family!More
Paradise in Ibiza!
We booked this hotel after reading reviews and it didn't disappoint! From the second we entered our room we relaxed. We had booked a room with a sea view and it was incredible with views across to Cala gracio. The infinity pool area was relaxing and again amazing views. The staff are friendly and helpful. We ate in sunset grill and the Italian themed restaurants as well as the main restaurant and the variety along with quality delivered was delicious. We would have liked a bit more entertainment for adults but that's only because we were there as a couple without children, having said that if you did have children with you then the entertainment couldn't be faulted. Beautiful beach right next to hotel. This is an ideal position and within walking distance to San Antonio if you want to. We will definitely return and already looking into it! More
Good Family Holiday
The hotel although a little dated now is an excellent choice if you have children. My boys are 3 & 6 and had an excellent time. We had a family room and I paid to upgrade to a sea view. The room was an okay size for the four of us but was pretty dirty. It looked as if the cleaner had wiped everything with a cloth but not actually given it a scrub. The shower in particular was filthy with grime and scum. After complaining to reception they said they would send someone in to deal with it...but they didn't bother. So the next morning we invited the cleaner in and pointed out the dirt - she was excellent and sorted it out straight away. *TIP Don't upgrade to a sea view, instead ask for a room with a larger balcony. These rooms are on the top floors and have proper separate rooms and feel much bigger. Friends of ours stayed in these and it is well worth any extra cost. The water park next door is really good and has some great slides. *TIP - make sure you take a bottle of water through with you as the only water available you have to pay for. Also there is very little shade in the waterpark if any. The food was plentiful and of a good standard, however the main eating area was very much like a canteen and very stressful at times. The noise of plates & cutlery was deafening, along with having to apologise to everyone who you bumped in to every 5 minutes! *TIP - Go to the far right hand corner of the canteen and go outside! Much more peaceful and although there is very limited seating, its well worth waiting for a table to come free. There was a choice of 3 restaurants to go to as well but you could only book 2 of them per week. We couldn't get into the Grill Restaurant which was a shame as I was told it was excellent. We went to the Big Wave - an American diner. The food here was excellent, Great Burgers! But for some reason they served the food on plastic plates!!! We also ate at the Italian Restaurant - again the food here was good, excellent pizzas. However, the staff were very grumpy and not interested in any form of customer service. If you fancy eating out (and if you're like me you will do after 2 days in the canteen!) then take a walk along to the other end of the beach. There is an excellent Pizzeria that makes the best Pizza's I've tasted in years! Don't expect to be in and out quickly though but to be honest the atmosphere and service was excellent so this didn't bother us. Just past the Pizzeria and up the steps there is also an excellent steak restaurant, its a little more expensive but very good. Also on the beach there is the Imagine bar. We also ate here, the food was okay but wouldn't rush back there to eat! The cocktails were excellent and the music was good. The view of the sunset was also lovely and the beach here is also very nice. The Staff however were pretty rude, especially the guy at the cocktail bar.More
We arrived on Monday 26th September 2016 for a weeks all inclusive holiday. Despite arriving early we got to our rooms at the time specified 1pm time. Opening the doors, we were immediately delighted with our family room, that included a wonderful sea view over the Port of San antonio. There was a very good selection of food and always a themed night. We visited 2 A la Carte restaurants during our stay. We recommend the Sunset Grill as the food was excellent along with the service and views as the name suggests. We decided to head for the quieter more tranquil environment of the Infinity pool and instantly loved it. So much so that we never set foot in the main pool area despite there being no food allowed in the infinity area. The nightly entertainment was mainly aimed at families with children but there was a pub called the nautilus where we (A couple) could enjoy a drink with music, televisions and a stage with a large screen. On the Wednesday night there was a live performer called Dave Vincent who played guitar and did a fantastic set of old classic rock n roll and rock numbers. Other than that though there was limited adult entertainment for the entire week. The infinity bar seemed to be the only place to be, although drinks were chargeable after 6.30 pm. The staff of the complex were extremely helpful and very nice too. Tony on the desk managed to get me to a local dentist because I needed emergency treatment! I could not have been been looked after if I'd have been at home. There were also some great facilities including the Water slide agua park, football pitches, a tennis court, climbing area for children, kids clubs, bars with Sky sports, BT sports and in our room too, laundry facilities and a gymnasium. There were no indoor pools but they're not required anyway. All round a very good family complex that is good for socialising as there are so many friendly people there.More
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