Our choices of where to stay in Ibiza which is limited as although we have been visiting for many years we only ever stay in the same few locations.
For a much more comprehensive guide check out Ibiza Spotlight accommodation pages here, where you will be able to find a fantastic range of accommodation across all resorts, towns and villages on the island.
I recently returned to Ibiza for another amazing trip, but this trip was a little different to previous.
It was part of a month-long journey around Europe and called for some serious budgeting, especially because Ibiza was the final stop!
Of course, it’s not the world’s easiest task finding a decent place to stay on the island during high season that is budget friendly… but for me Amistat offers just that!
During my trip I stayed in some pretty amazing hostels, as well as some pretty ropey places. Amistat was up there with the best of the bunch, however, it was by far the most expensive (by a country mile) but was it worth it. Read more
Possibly one of the most anticipated hotel renovations of recent times, the Wi-Ki-Woo Hotel lands in Ibiza and is now taking reservations for summer 2018.
The Wi-Ki-Woo Hotel was conceived many, many moons ago when Tony Truman, well known entrepreneur and club owner, and his lifelong friend Gordon Taylor were on the island partying at a “Tru’s Do” that Tony was hosting.
It was there that Gordon discovered the magic of the White Isle and from then on he knew he wanted to start a business on the island. Read more
After a complete refurbishment over recent months the Beach Star Ibiza has reopened its doors to a rapturous reception from everyone and now offers luxurious studios and apartments for adults-only staying in Ibiza.
Situated beside Punta Xinxo beach in San Antonio Bay, the Beach Star Ibiza is perfectly placed for easy accessto local amenities in the bay, the beach and is only a short ferry ride to the main town of San Antonio from where you can visit other parts of the island. Read more
In many discussions of late with people our age, the question comes up “where do you stay in Ibiza?”
San Antonio of course, it is a great base for a short trip or an extended holiday to the island. Despite what others may say San Antonio is a thriving tourist hot spot far removed from the image most people have of it.
But back to the question of where we stay. It is a little family run hostal called the Marino suitable for singles, couples and those with young families and is great value for money. Read more