Sol Beach House Ibiza

First-class sea views and a handy location are just a couple of the Sol Beach House 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 Sol Beach House 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 838 reviews

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  • 259Rooms
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Honeymoon Offer

Honeymooners get a bottle of sparkling wine and a 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

Twin room 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.

TripAdvisor Reviews Show more reviews »

Great Stay

We stayed towards the end of the season, but the weather was glorious and the hotel facilities were terrific. We had booked half board but really as insurance in case we didn't want to eat out on one or two nights. But the food, the ambiance and the service was so good that after the first night we eat in every night! And we went to the show each night because mostly (apart from one or perhaps two!) were very enjoyable. We particularly loved being able to have both breakfast and dinner on the patio and the main waiter in charge was such a lovely character, who helped make our stay such a pleasure. Great location for being independent, but also for such an easy walk in to town.More

david a, Bourne End, United Kingdom

Great Value for Money Hotel and a Great Location !

I suppose it all comes down to what you pay but we stayed here 20th to 27th October which was apparently the last week of the summer season, but was this evident, NO !, all services were spot on, rooms were cleaned, pool area was well attended and clean and the Restaurant kept on providing good food with a selection to please all but the professional moaner. I would certainly book this hotel again, oh and forgot to mention, what a lovely resort, as good as it gets.More

BillMartin1912, Tickhill, United Kingdom

First Ibiza Experience

Stayed at this hotel because of its adults only policy. In a good position in being not far from the centre of Santa Eulalia, but a shame that there is no beach and easy sea bathing on the doorstep. Our initial room was tucked in a corner with a pool view, but a 210 euro upgrade to a full sea view, resulted in a room which was rather narrow and likewise the balcony small. The sound insulation between rooms also very poor, not good when you have a next door neighbour who thinks he is the worlds greatest country and western singer! Outside the space around the pool could become crowded, but there were grassy areas to spread out to. The downside to this though was that there is a public right of way through the hotel grounds which was something of an irritant, especially when some larger groups of ramblers made a point of making their presence felt. The food was plentiful and of a good standard.The evening entertainment was also watchable. For those who like to make use of the gym it was a pleasant change to find it in light and airy elevated position, as was the indoor pool.More

rab20142014, Rochford, United Kingdom

Hotel Ibiza

This was an excellent hotel with just a few minutes walk to Santa Eulalia's promenade. Our room had a balcony overlooking the sea. Such a big selection of food available, a definite one for a return visit. More

Daphne B, Northampton, United Kingdom

Very Average

Having stayed in a Melia before I was overjoyed when I realized this hotel was near my friend’s wedding venue and it was adults only. In Ibiza this is a good thing as noise from clubbers can get annoying. This was probably the only good thing about the hotel. Being only 31 I like the Ibiza scene but I also like some peace. This hotel has peace but mostly because everyone there is over 60. This hotel is clearly sold to pensioners for holidays. As far as location, it was a little away from the airport but if you have a rental car it is fine. When we checked in they charged us fees we had never agreed. I argued this but got bored and ended up paying the charges (Taxes) that we were never advised about and should have been included in our booking. We were then charged ludicrous amounts for internet service that didn’t even work and spent an hour on the phone almost everyday trying to speak to their ‘Technical’ team who insisted it was our devices. How can 4 devices all not work. The food was terrible. I mean really terrible. When we arrived our room was not ready and they advised us to have some breakfast. We did this and were immediately targeted before we even ate it by the restaurant manager wanting 20 euros for two yogurts and an egg. Again we paid it to shut them up but how can you charge that much for two yogurts and an egg. Overall, a terrible hotel. The rooms are nowhere near 4 star standard and I am amazed at how many people think it is. If you are used to staying in actual 5 Star hotels, that do not feel outdated and you like to feel you are in a hotel where you are treated like a VIP. This is not the hotel for you.More

JakeMarlow81, London, United Kingdom

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