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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Stayed at Sol Ibiza in September for 1 week half board Cant praise this hotel too much.Hotel very clean,pool great and food fantastic.Staff were very helpful and sociable.10 minutes walk into santa eulalia town.Will definately return.More
Martin R, Barnsley, United Kingdom
the hotel itself is set at the far end of santa eululia but is only a short walk to the harbour and another short walk to the center of town . most rooms that I could tell have a sea and pool view except the ones at the front of the hotel which had a view of trees but I was told by someone who had stayed in them that they were bigger and had two balconies , so you take your pick ,.view or size. the food was fine plenty of choice much the same as every hotel in spain .the pool area was quite big with plenty of sun beds but of course you have the usual diehards who must get out first thing in the morning to book their beds , the corner at the pool there is a grassy area with a sea view and more sun beds. there is no day time activity here which as far as I was concerned was a plus peace perfect peace . clean hotel friendly staff its fine you wont be disappointed here. santa eululia itself was disappointing there is no entertainment at night except in hotels , shops disappointing. nothing that would make me return. finally Thomas cook flight out was on time but I have never been so cramped in my seat , return flight on older plane was a lot better.More
john b, Lanark, United Kingdom
Decent hotel but definitely for ages 50+
We chose an adults only hotel as we wanted to chill out for 5 days after a wedding and a few days clubbing. The hotel was impressive on arrival, with a large clean reception area and good front of house staff. Our room was bigger than expected, and was cleaned daily with towels replaced, however what everyone says is true you can hear people in the rooms at either side of you. The fact the age group at this hotel is 50+, this wasn't really an issue, however as a couple in their late 20's and early 30's we did feel a little young. It seemed majority English in the hotel. The breakfast buffet is huge and really does have something for everyone, whether you want to be naughty or super healthy you will still leave with a full stomach. We didn't eat in the hotel in the evenings or stay for the entertainment so we can't comment there. The gym and sauna was decent, and the indoor heated pool was nice for when it rained (the outdoor pool was often windy due to mountain side location). As it rained a few times during our stay we asked reception to book us a taxi, and often they seemed uninterested or rude "it's probably too busy, we will try later" etc, not really the best attitude to take. As others have said the charge for wi-fi really is unacceptable. We didn't particularly want to use the internet, but to text/email home or work in a 4 star hotel should come as standard, it wasn't even free in the computer area by reception. We really enjoyed our stay though, and it was perfect for the pure relaxation we wanted. The only reason I have given 3* is the paper thin walls, the extorionate wi-fi, and the fact we felt a tad out of place.More
Pyramid160, United Kingdom
Very good experience
A pleasant hotel - wide choice of good food, efficient and polite staff, very clean and in a good position, on the sea front a flat 10min stroll from the town. We had an ocean view room which had a small balcony, great views sunny and bright. For those using budget airlines, if you ask at the desk the hotel will provide an iron and ironing board which I find useful when travelling with limited luggage. On the downside you can hear guests in the next rooms but as most people in the hotel were older this was not really a problem. It was disappointing that the television had only English speaking news channels and one other English speaking channel showing a small range of American programs. A big letdown is that internet access costs $8 a day which we felt was excessive. Sol really needs to get up to date and provide internet access free of charge. The gardens were very nice and there was a large outdoor pool. The indoor pool was really nice large and warm with a well equipped gym, sauna and jacuzzi. On the whole a pleasant, peaceful hotel that is a bit dated.More
OspreySwansea_Wales, Swansea, Wales.
Stayed here 4th October for 2 weeks. Great location. Fantastic food - only ate out twice despite thinking we would try lots of local restaurants. Love the fact that it is being cooked in front of you and you can wait for a freshly cooked piece of meat or fish. Pool area and garden lovely. All staff helpful, friendly and polite. The evening entertainment was not for us but as most of the clientele when we were there were older it was probably fine for them. Lovely walk to marina. There is a problem with noise from other rooms but this seems to apply to all the hotels in the area. Maybe during the refurb they will put in some soundproofing. As long as you are considerate and have neighbours the same then it is not really a problem. Only had one disturbed night but luckily they were only there for one night! Recommend ferry to Cala Llonga - lovely beach. First trip to Ibiza Town by ferry - lovely way to get first glimpse of the city. Second trip by bus - only 2 euros each way. Go on the trip to hippy market with Angel (he organises the entertainment at the hotel).More
lizzie1362, Harpenden, United Kingdom
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