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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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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Set in a sea-facing terrace, the large pool comes equipped with sunbeds and parasols. Charges apply for pool towels.
For breakfast and dinner. With show cooking and an Italian section open in July and August.
With professional shows most nights, and a pianist 3 times a week.
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The hotel is an absolute credit to the housekeeping team spotless throughout. We paid a little extra for a sea view(room 249) The hotel is located on a headland but within easy walking of the town which appears to have had a lot of recent upgrading with excellent pedestrian areas making for a wonderful pavement culture of bars and cafes.The beach was only 10 minutes from the hotel with excellent new sun beds at 5e each a day. The hotels outside swimming pool is large and clean with plenty of sunbeds not only around the pool but also within the grounds, pool side cafeteria is of a high standard with a good lunchtime menu.There is also a well equipted indoor pool with fitness facilities.The main restaurant was more than adequate with a good range catering for all tastes, with pleasant staff and attentive chefs. Many ferries run from the town to other beaches and the jewel of Ibiza Town. An example of the 'well being' of Santa Eulalia in the whole area I saw only a couple of for sale signs and only a few empty premises. Finally as we had a late afternoon flight we were provided with a courtesy room to show and change in, nice touch towels provided.More
Richard052, Cornwall England
Overall quite marginal for a four star hotel so nicely situated.
Good: breakfast, cleanliness, 10 minutes walk to port & shopping, as well as restaurants, nature trail along coast, pool area, sea view, quietness. Not good: pay for "extras" like wifi or pool towel change. Small bathroom / shower / bathtub room, weak sound insulation (you hear next door neighbours & you'll be heard when watching tv at normal levels, reception moderatly interested (they did not bother asking if we liked our 5 night stay), we received only one on washing cloth as a couple! The bed linnen qas not changed (even though promised after every 3rd night).More
644Manfred, Gossau, ZÃ¼rich, Switzerland
Would Not Visit Again
Having returned from this hotel this week and we feel we have to post some comments here. First of all we think this hotel should definitely not be classed as a 4 star hotel. Although it was clean and the food was acceptable for the most part, there are other issues which we feel should reduce the star rating. Being frequent travellers we always stay in 4 and 5 star establishments and this is by far the worst one we have stayed in. It is very dated to say the least and in places very shabby. The interior walls are so thin you can hear everything going on in the rooms around you, i.e. conversations, television etc. which doesn't help when you are trying to relax. The television in our room was a very old fashioned one, which only produced the maximum of two English programmes. Although we do not usually watch any television on holiday, it is always good to be given a choice. I think nowadays flat screen TV's should always be provided. Wi-fi is not included as is usual for this rating and although we didn't use this facility, we overheard someone saying it was very expensive and very slow. The safe you also had to pay an additional tariff for. There was no porter or anyone to help us with our bags both outside or inside the hotel. We asked if someone could help us with our luggage on arrival and was told there wasn't anyone. Also some of the staff at the front desk were quite unhelpful so after asking a few questions, decided not to bother them again as everything seemed too much trouble for them. We have also come to expect toiletries in our room and sometimes slippers and dressing gowns but all we got was a antiquated commercial type soap dispenser on the wall in the bathroom. Totally unacceptable. Some of the waiters were surly and unhelpful too in the dining room. When asking for wine each evening, the white wine wasn't chilled and definitely not ready for serving and they didn't seem to know how to deal with this. We asked for an ice bucket but initially all they produced was a melted ice pack to go around the bottle which was full of cold water and not ice. This happened every evening when we ordered our wine. Eventually we did get an ice bucket but this was produced very begrudgingly. The pool, although we didn't use it, was very shabby and basic. Before finishing this report, I feel we must mention our lovely maid who cleaned our room beautifully each day. Always smiling as she worked. Working as she did, with no air conditioning in the corridors outside the rooms, she must be congratulated. Also the lovely young waitress (sorry did not get her name) in the restaurant who came to our aid on a number of occasions. All in all this hotel definitely did not meet our requirements. If you are looking to stay in a total which is a throwback to the 1970's then this is the place for you. Personally we are not so we will never return.More
The Sol is very clean and the staff are very nice. The pool area is clean and there are plenty of sunbeds. The food is average but what disappointed us was paying for Wifi 8 euros a day and also 3 euros a day for the use of the safe in our room. All other 4 star hotels I have stayed in have free Wifi so I would not call the Sol a 4 star hotel more like a 3.More
lizzie088, Glasgow, United Kingdom
4 star hotel with 3 star facilities and 2 star management policies
Right, so this is a reasonably OK hotel to stay in, but really nothing special. The rooms are alright, the pool/sunbathing area is nice, the wooded area nearby is pretty, views from sea view rooms are lovely, pleasant walk into town via the marina. Staff are pleasant enough, though they are clearly tied down by the hotel management policies. So it was a nice enough stay, but the way they go about things sometimes seems designed to get your back up from the start. A few examples: Safe in room: 3 euros a day - I have never heard of any hotel charging for this. Even the staff seemed embarrassed by this when I asked them to justify it. Wireless: 30 euros a week - priced a little lower, and I might have paid for it, but this is too much. Double bed: none available. I even offered to change rooms later in the week if one became available but they never got back to me - obviously reluctant to clean two rooms and perhaps saving them for people who complained louder. Being asked to pay the full bill for 8 nights on arrival: I thought this was odd, especially as I hadn't even seen the room. I was so surprised that I just paid it anyway. This seemed to be a way of stopping unhappy customers from checking out and going elsewhere. A few other little "touches" that made this place come across as very much NOT a 4 star hotel: Beach towels: available against a 10 euro deposit, but if you wanted to swap for a clean one, there was a 1 euro fee, presumably on "environmental" grounds that hotels like to claim so much. Mini bar: is supplied empty but you can order for it to be filled on request. However, there is a 10 item minimum order if you want to do this. Bedding: a card in the room offered romantic upgrades such as nicer pillows for a 35 euro fee. Breakfast: quite an extensive buffet and generally quite good. Spoilt by a few terrible items such as scrambled eggs poured out of a huge cardboard catering box and that awful diluted and sweetened fruit "juice" that you only get in bad hotels. The passive aggressive sign on each table about customers being billed for any breakfast items they remove from the dining room was not the sort of thing 4 star hotels should need to say. Pool snack bar: the pizza and steak sandwich (which was unidentifiable meat the colour of pork) were probably the two worst items I have eaten anywhere in a long, long time. I paid for them anyway :-( Bathroom: the wall-mounted 1970s soap dispenser was an unnecessarily cheapo touch. So, in short, it's an OK hotel. I would have liked it more but the disappointments with the room on arrival did spoil the stay a little, especially for the first few days. It's a little tired looking in parts, but generally not bad. I assume that stars are awarded to hotels by merely supplying certain facilities, rather than providing service of a certain level of quality. The Sol ticks all the boxes to get the stars it needs, but it doesn't always deliver in how it provides them.More
anotherdaveuk, London, United Kingdom
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