In a peaceful spot next to a wide sandy beach, the Sirenis Cala Llonga Resort reveals a quieter side of Ibiza.
The Sirenis Cala Llonga Resort has just made it into our SuneoClub range, so its rooms had a makeover in 2014.
This hotel perches on the side of a steep hill, so the climb to the front door is rewarded with show-stealing views over the white-sand beach and pine forests.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Snacks and ice-cream 10.00-18.30.
Local alcoholic and soft drinks 10.00-24.00.
All are included except where indicated.
With sunbeds and parasols, plus sections especially for little ones.
For breakfast, lunch and dinner and show cooking.
With evening shows taking place every night.
These family rooms are light and spacious. They come with a balcony for that bit of fresh air. And they have a twin bed, an extra single and a child bed. Plus you'll also find air-con and a TV included.
Deluxe double rooms come with a balcony for that added outdoor space. They have an extra bed in the bedroom area. You'll also find air-conditioning, tea and coffee-making facilities, a TV, Wi-Fi and a safety deposit box.
Me and my fiance (32 and 25) visited the sirenis in July. The location in Cala Llonga is peaceful, if a little boring. There's nothing to do locally in the evenings... a few shops, few bars, but that's all. So we rented a car from Auto Pinet for 4 days which was reasonable and went exploring. The pool... forget about it... imagine a can of sardines with 300 people jammed in, literally next to each other. People were up at 5am to bag the best beds, seems ridiculous really. The food was good with a large selection and the drinks are branded beer and soft drinks (Fanta, Coca Cola, San Miguel) but the spirits are local plonk, no big deal really. The walls are thin. Very very thin. So thin that if you fart in the bathroom you'll be heard clearly next door. We had problems with idiots being loud at 2am and 4am next door, so definitely take ear plugs. I cannot stress this enough, take earplugs... or defenders... or you will not sleep. Slamming doors is another one too, seems a constant throughout the days or night. The lift mechanism is loud too and that seems to go on constantly. Overall, staff are friendly and the hotel is clean and basic. Don't expect the Hilton and you won't be disappointed. More
Steve B, 186402
I will try to be direct as possible, as fair as possible, too. It's a 3* Hotel. Period. You get what you are paying for. You can't expect a 4* + quality at Sirenis Cala Llonga, I am afraid. Public: families with children mostly. Good points: - location, location, location! AMAZING BEACH! I mean it! Clear and warm sea! We bought li-los and snorkeling masks at the local shops (really cheap) and HAD A ABSOLUTELY GREAT TIME! Stayed in the water for hours and hours a day! - staff- most of the staff were really great. Only the chef from the dinner service (Tuesday 12th) was horrible, very rude and with a totally wrong attitude. He ruined my experience. - snacks on the pool bars - quality of espressos coffee - San Miguel beer - adults area - nice views, nice loungers, nice double beds Low- points - buffets (breakfast, lunch and dinner) - it's about quantity and not quality. You will find some things that are ok, but most things are on the cheap side. A let down, in my opinion. - drinks in general - cheap horrible wine, cheap horrible mixers, cheap horrible cocktails from machines. Nasty products, but again, you get what you are paying for. - loungers at swimming pools - did not use at all because people put their towels God knows when! I mean ALL LOUNGERS RESERVED since early hours every single day! Thank God the beach is amazing and I would not change for a swimming pool. - wi-fi - in the rooms is really bad, but in the reception is good. - bedroom walls - BRING EARPLUGS! YOU WILL NEED IT! Trust me. - lifts - only 2 small ones on the side we stayed and it was a nightmare. We were on the 8th floor and used the stairs in several occasions. if you need to use the lift, be prepared to wait for it. Cleanliness - it can be improved. The room was ok, although one day our room was not clean at all. The general areas needs attention to the detail, sorry for being honest. Will I be back? I am afraid I won't as I prefer to pay a bit more to have better drinks and better meals. I searched the other options in Cala Llonga and I will be changing hotel next time. I found better options for my preferences, but this is MY OPINION only, ok? Have a look in other reviews, too. If you don't care about food and drinks you will be happy here.More
After staying here in Cala Llonga for two weeks at this hotel, I've come to the cemented conclusion that this is a very decent hotel and definitely worth a look at if you want to stay in the quieter and charming side of Ibiza. I was sceptical at first because it was a three star hotel and I've been lucky enough to stay in five star hotels in Thailand and Kenya and Egypt. The reviews on here weren't entirely convincing either. However I have to say this is a good hotel. Firstly the views are spectacular, particularly of an evening with the sun gradually going down behind the hills and the view is even better on the terrace. This is one of the best selling points. We stayed in the Imperial side which I think is the better side as its oddly quieter at night. The food is varied both at lunch and at dinner but sometimes the food is served lukewarm. I guess that depends on when you get down there. Personally I thought it was better and less chaotic to eat lunch at the poolside snack bar instead of the third floor restaurant. They never skimped on food quantity in the snack bar either. Most of the waiters are sublime and the service is almost second to none. I have to give a special mention to Alfonso as he was always sociable. The restaurant staff overall were excellent. The only one I wasn't overly keen on was Adrien in the bar as he always seemed moody. The bar itself is a relaxing place to hang out and the bar doesn't close until midnight. My friends and I were there every night. The only annoying gripe is that they cleared you from the terrace at midnight with no prior warning. We were also slightly disappointed to find that the cocktails were made with a machine but they were good enough nonetheless. They had everything from mojitos to daiquiris so that was great. Moving on to accommodation, the rooms are dated yes and the walls are bulimic so you can hear every tiny detail of noise in the next rooms. However the beds are spacious and extremely comfortable and to be honest I had no problems in getting to sleep. The rooms are cleaned 6 days a week and the maid seems to take Thursday's off but never mind. The shower was also surprisingly good. The water is hot not cold and whilst it's not particularly powerful, it doesn't just dribble out. The air-con worked nicely and the room was made cool in an instant. The two pools are great, too and they're very big for plenty of chilling, ball games and swimming. However, the sun beds are an issue. It's not as hemmed in as I thought it was going to be but its true that you have to get up before first light to bag your sun bed which is a nuisance. It's quite sad people feel the need to get up at 6am. If you fail to get a sun bed, there is the option of going on the beach to get a sunbed and parasol and it's just â¬5 each. The beach is brilliant and it's a bonus if you want to escape horrid children, the people smoking and the wrath of the entertainment team. I'm sorry to say but even though they seem like a nice bunch of people, the entertainment team are absolutely appalling. With the slight exception of water volleyball, the games they play are repetitive and uninspired and the music is pretty rubbish. I guess you have to go off and pay to hear good music from David Guetta and Avicci at the clubs. The other issue I had were the irritating kids playing football near the sun beds who were out of control kicking the ball at everyone and knocking over drinks. All in all these are small flaws that didn't bother me that much but I feel as though they have to be mentioned to those who might be concerned. I don't know when I'd stay in Ibiza again but I would probably stay in this hotel a second time if I was to come back. More
Just got back from this hotel had the most fabulous time !! Will start with the only negative ... The sun bed situation around the pool is an absolute nightmare !! Get up after 8am & you have no chance ð©ð© The positives ... The staff are the most amazing I have ever encountered !! Javi in the adult bar what can I say, didn't once have to go to the bar he was amazing !!! There is a pianist, Abby, in the adult bar on a Tuesday & Saturday, he was brilliant !!! The location is absolutely stunning ! Would not hesitate to recommend this hotel ' will definitely be going back next year ! Thankyou Sirenis Cala Llonga xxxxxMore
We spent two weeks here as a couple in our 50's - 60's. This was our first time in this resort although we have been to Ibiza many times. The location of this hotel is gorgeous with views over the very pretty bay of Cala Llonga. You can watch the beach and boats from your sunbed and the terrace. The town is quite small but has all we needed with bars , restaurants and shops. There is also a tobacconist. A ferry stops outside the hotel going to various resorts including Ibiza Town and Formentera, The rooms area little small but were spotlessly clean. The beds are exceptionally comfortable and the shower was powerful with a steady temperature and we also had a stunning sea view. There is also a flat screen TV with a couple of English channels. The sunbeds are a little close together but they are very comfortable. You need to be down earlyish for the beds overlooking the bay or close to the pool. Otherwise they are available all day. The snack bar is excellent with steaks , fish and salads as well as the usual burgers and chips. The restaurant food is good with a different roasts each night and show cooking. We didn't try the entertainment as the adults only bar was so lovely and relaxing so we went there after dinner every night. It overlooks the bay and has an outside terrace with waiter service. The staff are all friendly and helpful â The receptionist even helped sort out our 'phones!! If you are thinking of returning (or using another Sirenis Hotel) it is worth joining the (free) Sirenis Friends Club. Carol was very helpful in the friends lounge. She gave us free tickets for the sauna/spa which we never used as the weather was so good but it would have been nice if we had had some poor weather. She also booked a free dinner at the Sirenis hotel in Santa EulÃ ria des Riu. We went on the ferry outside the hotel , spent a few hours exploring Santa EulÃ ria des Riu and then went upto the hotel where we were met by the lovely manager Pepe. We enjoyed the bar and pool and had a lovely meal in the 4 star hotel. This will be adults only next year. We also took the Thompsons coach trip to Formentera which was an excellent day out â the scenery was breathtaking. Take some apple or tomato for the lizzards. The lifts do take sometime to come and the hotel could do with more especially at busy times. Also it is impossible to avoid steps completely if you want to get down to the pool area. Overall I would definitely recommend this hotel to singles , couples and families with young children with no mobility problems. It may be a little quiet for older children and teenagers.More
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