Hotel Sol Ibiza

First-class sea views and a handy location are just a couple of the Hotel Sol Ibiza's selling points. It also offers a pool overlooking the water and rooms with panoramas of the Med. To top things off, the beach is 10 minutes away on foot.

The seafront Hotel Sol Ibiza specialises in rooms with a view. In fact, most rooms come with balconies that look out over the Mediterranean. In terms of décor, the rooms are cheerful-looking, dressed in marigold-yellow and fitted with smart wooden furnishings. They have all the mod-cons, as well, like satellite TVs and minibars.

Elsewhere, you’ll find a swimming pool, which is set in a sea-facing stone terrace. The area is studded with loungers and parasols, and there’s a bar that’ll keep you going with snacks and drinks.

At dinner, the restaurant serves up favourites like fish, meat and salads. Plus, on-the-spot cooking stations mean you can get food cooked-to-order.

When it comes to getting out and about, the property is just a ten-minute walk from the beach. Plus, Santa Eulalia’s bars, restaurants and hippy market are only a little bit further on.

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Based on 821 reviews

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Honeymoon Offer

Honeymoons get a bottle of sparkling wine and fruit basket on arrival plus a surprise gift - please request at the time of booking.

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Outdoor pool

Set in a sea-facing terrace, the large pool comes equipped with sunbeds and parasols. Charges apply for pool towels.

Buffet restaurant

For breakfast and dinner. With show cooking and an Italian section open in July and August.

Evening entertainment

With professional shows most nights, and a pianist 3 times a week.

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twin room with limited sea view

Twin room with limited sea view sleeps 2. Minibar is available on request.

twin room with sea view

Twin room with sea view sleeps up to 2. Minibar is available on request.

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Still the place to go to relax

Just back from our second holiday this year to Santa Eularia and the Sol Ibiza. Location and staff are excellent (especially Neus, Paco, Elena, Juan, Maki and Alvaro. Great place to relax, poolside sunbeds still available at 10.30am with plenty more on the grassy area overlooking the Med. Get up early and watch the sunrise - worth it! I believe hotel is scheduled for a refurb over winter and this should bring it back to rival other hotels in the area which are more modern, Food quality is excellent and you cannot get a better breakfast selection.More

Jim F, Hamilton, United Kingdom

Lovely Hotel

I came back last week from a weeks stay at this hotel. I must say the hotel exceeded my expectations as prior to booking I had read a few reviews saying the rooms could be noisy & food repetitive. My room on the first floor was very large and the bed enormous. A pleasant surprise was the amount of wardrobe and cupboard space for storage. I had also read gripes about the decor of the rooms being old fashioned, but I found it delightful, if a little orange. The only problem was the location of my room which seemed to face out to the side of the hotel and overlooked the kitchen roof and loading bay. Apparently I could have paid for a room upgrade so this was probably my own fault. A few reviewers have complained about room size so perhaps you sacrifice size of room for sea view. I didn't hear any noise from adjacent rooms but was woken in the early hours by the arrival of deliveries/rubbish being collected. I thought the food was excellent both breakfast and dinner. The wine was reasonably priced for a hotel and although the house red was not brilliant, the house rose was lovely. A small gripe was that breakfast didn't start till 8.00. Considering the clientele tended to be more mature and we often are early risers, a more usual 7.00 start would be lovely. Also, the gym and pool didn't open until 8.00 either, so a pre breakfast swim/workout wasn't possible. By far the best thing about this hotel was the location, overlooking the sea one side and a pretty forest area the other side. You can stroll down to the central resort either by the sea or through the woods and onto the promenade. The walk takes you past the Marina and takes about 15 mins to get to the center. A lot of residents seemed to stay by the pool all day but you can get the ferry (hourly service) to Cala Llonga beach - (really unspoiled and beautiful) or Ibiza town. Having been to the resort twice before, I had been to Formentera and decided against it this trip, although I remember it being spectacular. All in all a great stay and I will be revisiting.More

Laura S, London, England, United Kingdom

Fab holiday

me & my hubby have just got back from a 2 weeks holiday ,it is our second stay with them and it was just a good as the 1st time . There is lots of food to choose from ,rooms cleaned every day ,staff very helpful and friendly. It's about 5 mins walk to the town,shops & bars. Lots of room by pool with sun beds so no need to but towels out as some of them was doing. Yes you have to pay for wifi but if your on holiday why do you need it I would say to take your own travel kettle as there is not 1 in the room. We would go back there with out a doubt.More

Llewel,

Very Very Good

This hotel was excellent, the food was the best in any hotel I've stayed in, the staff all over the hotel from the cleaners to the reception to the dining room were excellent. One thing annoyed me they charged for wi-fi. Outside of the hotel free wi-fi was everywhere so I can't see why the hotel charged for it as nobody who stepped outside the hotel would pay for it when you can get it for freeMore

katieandjoe, Thornaby on Tees, United Kingdom

A Hotel that has a magic attraction !!

My husband and I have stayed at this hotel about ten times The hotel is on the headland and has a superb outlook directly over the ocean.The whole experience is peaceful and relaxing. The staff are friendly and most helpful. The food is good with a wide choice for both breakfast and dinner- This year the hotel has introduced Cava in the morning for those that wish to toast the start of the day The rooms are bright and cheerful and kept spotlessly clean ,although some updating would be beneficial,especially in the bathrooms that can appear to be somewhat dated.Unfortunately none of the rooms have walk in showers for those that are less agile! The televisions also need updating and the desperately need some English Channels - apart from the news Apart from these small criticisms,The Sol Ibiza has an attraction that compels you to return with many guests having visited previously I would certainly recommend it and friends of ours have recently taken our advice- they too said they could not fault it and would certainly consider returning next yearMore

lynthony, Swansea

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