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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Worst Holiday Village Bar None
Rooms: Poor, cheap makeover and a small, only swim up and rooms on the third floor are worth booking. Entertainment: HV fair which is good but the venue is awful, nowhere to hide if you don't fancy I 5 Live.. Restaurant & Food: the best part of the hotel, excellent. Bar Areas: Good with Sky Sports and a good choice drinks inc Estrella on draught Pool Area: awful if you want to be lying next to a stranger with no more than 6 inches between you ( swingers might find this ok).. It's that tight the only way on or off a bed is from the front... Pool: 7 Code Browns in 2 weeks you do the maths.. I have been to HV's in Tunisia, Rhodes and Red Sea they are fantastic, Ibiza is embarrassing. Don't take my work for it Tui were that embarrassed they gave us a large percentage of our money back.. Advice.. You really do get what you pay for... Go to Rhodes More
GOOD Restaurant Entertainment Staff First choice reps Water park Clean Beach close by is excellent Infinity pool Aerial course Rooms BAD Main pool suffers from sun bed reservers despite hotel claiming this is not allowed. Some of the height restrictions at water park are a little high meaning not much for under 5/6's. Overall excellent though and still give it 5 out of 5.More
ChrisandDi, Leicester, England
Our fantastic fortnight
This was our first time in Ibiza and we'd love to go back. An early start for a 6am flight from Newcastle is never ideal, but we arrived to a sunny, warm and very green island. It was a nice coach trip and the views were great as we stopped off at the various hotels and about an hour later, arrived at ours. The Sirenis Seaview Country Club is at the end of the road leading to Port d'es Torrent from San Antonio. It's sister hotel is close by and in between is the water park. We found a large, cool reception area. At one end is the rep's 'holiday hub' and the desk where you can book into the themed restaurants at certain times of the day. At the other end is the reception desk and where non-residents can pay to get into the water park. Check in was very quick. It was also very friendly, a warm welcome and a glass of cava or orange juice on arrival helped us get over our early start. Each of the apartment blocks are named after plants and trees, we were in Geranium House, where reception was, so a short walk to the lift and up to floor 3 and we were in our room - which was all ready and waiting for us. We had 2 problems with the apartment, the beds and the smell. We arrived at the end of a heatwave and thought the smell from our bathroom was a drainage problem, after much investigation we were told it was the air conditioning. The main bedroom was great, but our boys found the sofa bed and the pull out bed to be overly firm, so with temperatures at night in the high 20s, we struggled to get decent sleep with hard beds / faulty air con. Both the bedroom and where the boys slept had satellite tv, lots of channel choice and the news from BBC London, so we could have a good snigger at the weather back at home while we were basking in the mid 30s and little, if any possibility of rain in Ibiza. The channels did freeze quite a bit on the tv in the bedroom but in the main room, it was fine. We got the Wi-Fi code for free access for 1 device. Most of the time, it was quite reliable, but sometimes I gave up trying to log-in as it was permanently busy. Our apartment, 4302 was really nice. Good sized bathroom, separate sink area with plug points and mirrors, ideal for my wife to get ready and for us to go and sort out our contact lenses. The bedroom was well organised and we had a reasonable amount of storage space, just a small shelf instead of a bedside cabinet was a minor grumble. The main part of our apartment had the sofa, pull out bed, breakfast bar, cooker and fridge. Both rooms had sliding doors leading to our balcony. Being on the top floor, it was larger than the ones below, around 5 metres wide and 3 metres deep. A table, four chairs and 2 sun loungers made it a great place to relax. We had a sea view, but quite a bit was hidden by the 2 massive trees growing by the back of the reception. Looking to our right gave us a great view of San Antonio Bay and to our left, the sea and port entrance. We overlooked the main pool, I suppose we should say pools now as they have been split into two sections. As well as a separate toddler pool, there is the main activity pool and a separate pool with a shallow section which opens out to a large 2 metre deep area. Music plays from around 10am through to around 5pm and the entertainment reps do their thing. Aquafit kicked things off, there was also a family game by the poolside, the lunchtime quiz, pool party, waterpolo and kids club activities all around. We can vouch for the bottle of bubbly for the quiz winners to be 'lovely jubbly' as advertised. We were told not to put towels on the sunloungers before 8am. If you do and you leave them unattended, they can be removed and left on the main stage. I did see this happen a few times towards the end of our holiday. As I generally wake early and was having trouble sleeping, I went to put the towels out by around 7.45 and enjoyed a sit in the morning sun with a good book. No evidence of a book-swap at this hotel, so if you've read your paperbacks, you are stuck with them unless you ask anyone if they want to swap. For a change of scene, we spent one day at the infinity pool. Very relaxing, but we preferred the main pool. There are two pool bars, the smaller one is open from 11am until 6pm. From 4pm, they cook pizzas and sometimes we'd have a slice as an afternoon treat. The fizzy drinks dispensers are self-service and there is a cold water supply so you can top up your bottles. If you want a slush, ice cream, you have to ask - the same for beer as the taps are all behind the bar. Pre-mixed cocktails are also available, including the non-alcoholic San Francisco. La Marina is the main buffet restaurant and we found the layout a bit confusing. There are two islands opposite each other where most, but not all of the dishes are available - the idea being that you can go to one, have a walk round and help yourself. There is also an island which has vegetarian options, pizza slices, 'diabetic' food and sometimes smoothies. A kids area is in the middle of the restaurant and, at the back is a section where items are cooked to order. The food was pretty good, but a few times, we found ourselves wandering round trying to match food up to make a meal. We'd find a meat for our main course, but no veg, or no potatoes - sometimes we'd come back with some interesting creations as a result. The confusion isn't helped by kids running all over the place, nor people like me wandering round trying to work out what to have. Deserts were great, there is a small area for ice creams and an island where there are lots of cake, pudding and fruit options. Sometimes, the staff were a bit slow to clear tables and, it was often a problem trying to get a drink. There are bar areas, but nobody serving. Some staff were great at asking if you wanted a drink, others less so. Another grumble is that water and wine was always on request a glass at a time. In the holiday villages of Tenerife (which we loved) and Lanzarote (which we didn't love), you could get as many bottles of water as you liked. Here, we had 1 x 2 litre bottle in our room and we had to top that up. I went to the supermarket over the road and bought 4 smaller ones so we each had one. To avoid the crowds, we tended to have lunch outside most days at the larger of the two pool bars. Limited choice, but we enjoyed a seat in the shade and a snack. The three speciality restaurants are an Italian, an American burger bar and the grill. The grill was great, lovely relaxing atmosphere, lovely food, help yourselves to salad and watch the sun go down (remember your sunglasses - otherwise, move to a shaded table like we had to, to avoid sitting in full sun). The Italian restaurant was nice, apart from them burning my wife's calzone pizza. Our youngest son particularly enjoyed the burger bar. As for entertainment, there is a stage next to the pool and lots of tables and hairs packed around it. After our experience at Lanzarote, the words 'reps entertainment' usually fill me with dread, but the reps in Ibiza were great. There are 5 entertainment reps, four of them can actually sing well enough and Davy B. is a fun and friendly compare. The hotel management does put on some entertainment on certain nights. Some, like the Chinese Acrobats were great, others, like Diva Show were woeful. The waterpark 'Aquagames' has plenty of slides and no huge queues. Unfortunately, my fear of heights got the better of me, so I chickened out after 1 slide and let my family get on with it. If you like the beach, you can walk there in around a minute. A wide bay with warm water awaits. The beach is quite narrow and a 9 Euro a sunbed, we were glad to have taken towels to sit on. It really is a lovely spot. Okay, so we had a few grumbles, but we loved our holiday and would certainly go back again.More
66PAUL66, Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom
Really good but not amazing
This is a lovely hotel with amazing views and all the usual "stuff" you get with a holiday village. It's not been my favourite, just personal preference really. We did have a great holiday but we won't be returning for that reason. A couple of pro's & con's- Pros- sea/sunset views Very clean public areas & eager maids. Friendly staff Lots of poolside bars, hardly queued for drinks Beautiful beach 2 min walk away Free entry to waterpark- bit of a bonus for our kids Pleasant infinity bar for watching sunset, some people complaining you have to pay for drinks but we quite enjoyed trying the 'proper' cocktails. The wifi actually worked well throughout the hotel grounds/buildings Fantastic air con Cons- Food is not very 4*, more 3* & queues for anything cooked fresh (show cooking) Sun beds are crammed in long lines, far too close for comfort Maids don't change your bedding for the duration of the stay Corridors echoed, everyone awake once first family with small children up & lots of late night arrivals to be heard. Rooms weren't very big, not much space for 4 of us to move between beds & furniture in a family room.More
Great family holiday
We had a great 2 week holiday, would recommend to families wanting plenty to do for the kids, great evening entertainment and plenty of poolside games thru the day. If you want to chill, then the infinity pools have plenty of room and sun beds or the beach is only 1 minute walk. Hotel - paid extra for sea view room, all good, 2 TVs, usual English channels, room was OK, no complaints but nothing to shout about. Cleaned 6 days a week. Would be better is safe was free, when laying over Â£5k, to the. Have to pay 2euro a day for the safe was a little disappointment. Plenty of pools, 2m deep and also some shallow kids sections. Lifeguards around. Music played all day, so if you want it a bit quieter, use infinity pool or sit towards to sea end the it's quiet. Staff were very friendly, when not so busy at the bar, they even wandered round the pool taking orders in the day and had some taking orders at night as well and bringing to your sunbed or table. Also some bar snacks being offered around most nights, peanuts and crisps etc. hotel was clean and the staff did a good job, it was very busy so occasionally a drink would be spilled and not cleaned for 30 minutes or so but they did their best. Loads of staff collecting plates and empties and pool areas jet washed in evening. Food - personally we were blown away by the great food. Huge choice in the main restaurant, every salad item you can name, plus some made up salads, such as seafood, tomato and mozzarella, potato salad, tuna etc. plenty of mains to choose from and varied most nights, included steak, pork chops, lamb chops, fish cooked fresh most nights on the hot plate, paella, quiches, plus loads more, some one making fresh omelettes to order, kids section with burgers, hot dogs, pizza, sandwiches, pasta section every sitting. The best mash potato I ever tasted, we loved the fish and paella. Lots of ice creams flavours, and all the trimmings, a lady cooking fresh waffles most days again with all the trimmings available, custard, sauces etc. plus loads of cakes and cheese cakes. Also tons of fruit, every sitting. They had some fresh San gria on a few nights, again if staff not too busy, they were happy to take drinks orders. Be careful to guard the table, a few occasions, we left the table for a drink and came back to find it cleared and someone else there. We learned too late that if you have not finished, the leave your knife and fork resting on the edge of the plate and that's the sign it's still wanted but we just made sure someone was always sat down. The pizza bar opened at 4 and did fresh pizza which was great by the pool with a beer. Drinks - beer was San Miguel and estriol a, did the trick and was nice. Kids enjoyed the slushies and usual drinks. Mrs liked the wine but the cocktails were a bit too sweet and syrup like so she ended up having beer with splash of sprite. Entertainment- tons for the kids, my girls are 7 and 10, did a few kids clubs, and joined in the pool side games each day. Take your astro turf shoes to play football, and an oxygen tank if you can! Playing in 30deg for hour so took some getting used too. We loved the evening stuff, first day thought a bit loud bit soon got into it. Davey B was brill, helped us on stage by giving us a few answers when we got picked to do generation game - thanks mate. Also Stevie G, great bloke and good laugh, they put so much effort in and really enjoy their jobs, it shows and came across very well. Some people on here saying it's too loud and too much, but just sit further back, at the side, it's called live and loud and it's ibiza so if you want to moan, check the clues, it's not gonna be countdown is it. Beach was cool, get your snorkel, take a bacon butty down from breakfast and then feed the fish, tons of the,, Pedalo with slide 15euro but seem to be no rules, and we went into sea then came face to face with boats and jet skis so be careful if going off the Pedalo. There is a swim area sectioned off. Water park also good and only 1 min walk. There are 3 restaurants, book them all. Italian was our favourite by far, freshly cooked real dough pizza and pastas. American ok, but disappointed the burgers were same burgers as what's in the snack bar, nice but expected better or proper burgers. In summary, a great 2 weeks, really enjoyed it, recommend it if you want to indulge yourself and let the kids be entertained, make loads of friends and have fun, hope to see davey b and Stevie g at another HV as they were fab and stand out. Davey should be presenting X factor!More
Mark L, Rotherham, United Kingdom
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