Hotel Ibiza Playa is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Ibiza Town, offering many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer air conditioning and a desk, and Hotel Ibiza Playa makes getting online easy as free wifi is available.
You can also take advantage of some of the amenities offered by the hotel, including 24 hour front desk, currency exchange, and newspaper. In addition, guests can enjoy a pool and a lounge during their visit.
Close to some of Ibiza Town's most popular landmarks, such as Iglesia Es Cubells (0.5 mi) and Capilla de San Ciriaco (0.7 mi), Hotel Ibiza Playa is a great destination for tourists.
While in Ibiza Town be sure to experience local lobster favourites at Restaurante Sa Nansa, Formentera Restaurant, or La Caracola.
Ibiza Town is also home to Monumento a los Corsarios, a popular that is not too far from Hotel Ibiza Playa.
Enjoy your stay in Ibiza Town!
Everything we wanted. Had an amazing view out from the balcony, great location. The hotel was very clean. Also on the last day we were able to use the shower facilities in the hotel before the flight home (after a day on the beach). Would stay here again for a short break away.
My wife accompanied me to a chess tournament in Ibiza. The staff at the hotel , specially Ms. Fina, were amazingly pleasant, helpful, and friendly. We only stayed 2 nights. The restaurant just below the hotel (of the same group) was also a very nice experience. We had the beach right in front of us. Now feeling sad to leave, at the airport. Our next trip to Ibiza, will definitely stay here again! Thank-you to all the hotel staff!
Just a quick 2 day trip for this stay. Hotel is close to the airport with a bus just a couple of euros which drops you a short walk from the door. The hotel is newly refurbed to a simple but stylish decor. Room was immaculately clean. Reception / check in is very simple and the staff friendly and helpful. Breakfast area is very dated and extremely simple. Based on the cost per night and if I were being very picky I’d say it could be made more appealing. Although there are several food options available and all very nice to actually eat, it just looked a little unappealing at first glances and a bit ‘sad’ in comparison to the other places I’ve stayed for the same type of price. A few dirty cups, plastic glasses that type of thing.. Location is great although really steep and hilly with steep steps a plenty!! The hotel has no elevators either so wouldn’t be suitable for anyone with mobility issues. Close to the Old Town, bay and there’s a boat service to Formentera which I would highly recommend. The water is crystal clear! The bus was 4euros return from the port to the beach and the ferry was around 30euro (we booked online although you may get this cheaper at the port side). All in all a very nice stay. I’d come back for a very short trip but if I wanted a week or more I think I’d aim for something a little easier on legs!…
I took a double bed room. It was not that great. Very simple and the bed was quite hard. The location is fine and there are many restaurants around here. You have a wonderful seaview. For young adults/youngsters, I recommend places near Playa D'en Bossa. It's more lively and there are plenty restaurants.
Ibiza Playa hotel is a relatively simple 3 star property but with excellent value for money. It's perfectly located in a relatively quiet area between the busyness of Playa den Bossa and Ibiza Town. But it still has a lovely beach and plenty of bars and restaurants for every budget. We could walk to Ibiza Town and Playa den Bossa (about 20 mins stroll to each) but sometimes it was easier to just get a taxi for €8 / €9 which was a good price. We can't comment much on the food in the hotel as we didn't use the restaurants apart from one breakfast in Horizon restaurant which was lovely. There is a back exit from the hotel straight onto the beach which was very handy cause nothing beats popping into the room for supplies and a bathroom while sunbathing. The hotel itself is a bit dated but very clean and has a nice atmosphere throughout. The guests are not loud at least not during May off-season. We had a good sleep every night apart from one time when a large group congregated at the beach outside at 6am shouting their heads off. Get ear plugs just in case if you are a light sleeper. The staff are all wonderful, very pleasant to deal with and incredibly helpful. The room was spacious, bright, clean, had a fridge and a big closet. Bathroom was OK with enough space, shelves and very good shower pressure. The sea view from the 3rd floor balcony in our room was beautiful and we spent loads of time just chilling there and looking at the water. There was a table and two chairs on the balcony along with clothes dryer. The checkin and checkout were nice and smooth. They even facilitated our early arrival an hour before the standard checkin time. A few negatives. First off I can't understand why hotels refuse to use simple clips to join the two single beds. They were sliding away and being a couple we like to sleep on a double bed. I understand that double beds are not easy to come by in hotels like this but keeping the bed legs joined is super easy to do and would work perfectly. Then the pool area. It's quite small and most of the time the beds were taken. Or actually not really taken but people "booking" them with towels which was annoying. We only managed to get sunbeds once in 5 days and the only free ones were in the shade. There are plenty of sunbeds on the beach though and if you go early enough you should be able to get them no problem. The room could use a coffee machine or even a kettle and a couple of mugs so people can make coffee in the morning. Regarding the bathroom - it was very dark. Only one light above the mirror and for the size it was not sufficient. Finally - the bath towels are laughably small. I suspect that this is to prevent people from taking the towels to the beach but they are really way too small for drying yourself after shower. But those are relatively small issues in otherwise fantastic place.…
We had 2 nights here on way to Formentera. We had a seaview room with a balcony which was amazing. Almost on the beach, fantastic views. We didn't use the restaurant so can't comment on the food. Staff were friendly and rooms were spotless. Perfectly situated for restaurants and bars and some very good bakery/ cafes where we got breakfast just a couple of roads away. A 15 min walk away from centre and the castle, so perfect! Given hotel a 4* rather than a 5* as it is a little tired and worn in places but would definitely stay here again.
I have mixed feelings about my stay in this hotel. I appreciate that it’s a 3-star hotel in a popular Ibiza resort but the price for a week in a single room was way over the top especially as mid-September. As for the single room it was sparse, uncomfortable, noisy (no sound proofing and buzzing electrics) and overlooked the road! Once there was space, I moved to a sea facing room and although it had similar facilities the great view was worth the extra money. None of the rooms had fridges (although there were cupboards where a fridge must once have gone) and none had coffee making facilities (but maybe that’s too much to ask for 3*). Breakfast buffet was basic but plentiful and the shared pool was small and too packed to be useful. The redeeming feature was that the hotel manager who was friendly and went out of her way to be helpful (thank you Fina) and in terms of location this hotel is on the beach, 10 minutes’ walk from Ibiza town, was clean and relatively quiet (by Ibiza standards). I had a great time but not sure if I would stay there again. …
I had an overnight stay in the Ibiza Playa at the end of a short break in Ibiza. The hotel’s location is decent - in the centre of Figueretes, close to the airport and a 15 minute walk to Ibiza town. For the money, I was more than satisfied with the standard of accommodation. My room was pretty sparse but it was clean and functional. The reception staff were very friendly and keen to please. The pool area is a little tight, and shared with the adjacent holiday apartments. Breakfast wasn’t included in my room rate. Normally I would have gone out to eat, but the weather was awful (thunderstorms) so I paid €9 to stay at the hotel. It was nothing special, but reasonable value. The room safe was key operated, but I wasn’t given a key so it couldn’t be used.
We were delighted with our stay here. Upon arrival check in was made easy and we made our way to a very spacious clean room which had a lovely sea/beach view. Aircon was nice and working well but not always required. There was a lovely buzz from the town below but equally a nice silence once you shut the balcony doors. Most importantly the staff were amazing, they printed club tickets and boarding passes for us, it almost seemed like a policy, they would trigger taxi arrivals, they were helpful and had great advice on how best to get to places and what routes to take. And for a cherry on top they had a room for minding our bags and could even take a shower if we were flying out late even though we had to check out early. One morning we were still in bed so the cleaners skipped our room but we were delighted to come back to it that evening and still cleaned. Would definitely recommend it. Only little snags were that because the cleaners had to move beds you could hear a bit of noise from other rooms in the morning. Also given the hot weather a fridge in the room would have been nice.…
One of the worse experience in my life. As a single traveller i was put in a locker room, a wall in front of my window with a constant noise of air conditioner machine. The room very poor with a single small bed and water coming from the ceiling to the bathroom floor. Just a curtain for the shower: what's a luxury hotel!! 3 stars for this sh..t?? Moreover there is NO swimmingpool. The only swimmingpool is in common with another hotel nearby and so small and crowded all day long! Are you serious ?? I paid thousend of euros for nothing! You are just a bad Guesthouse !! Shame on you !