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Close - but not too close - to the party town of San Antonio, this stylish property is clad in strips of dark wood, features an Olympic-sized swimming pool and has a well-equipped gym for those wanting to maintain their body in a beautiful environment. There are two restaurants on-site, and the coastal stretch, home to iconic bars including Cafe del Mar, is a short walk away.

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If it's - largely - peace and quiet you want, the only sound here comes from the DJ cranking up the music from late afternoon onwards. The centre of town is a 15-minute walk away, as the hotel is set back from the coast. The little sheltered bay of Cala Alta de Porto is a three-minute walk away, and there's a small supermarket by the entrance if you need to stock up on Spanish crisps or suntan lotion. The 'sunset strip' - where every bar or hotel facing the water gets a prime view - is just 20 minutes away.

By plane: there are direct flights from London (2 hours 30 mins) and Manchester (2 hours 50 mins). The hotel is a 30-minute drive from the airport. Free on-site parking. Book flights to Ibiza.

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Looking like something you'd readily find in ELLE Deco, contemporary style boxes such as poured concrete flooring, oversized rattan lampshades, and sculptures and artwork by an urban artist (in this case, Dutchman Steve Tepas) are all ticked. All the rooms have wide balconies (practically terraces) with shutters made from vertical strips of dark wood, and the décor spans a range of neutral, earthy tones.


The spa and gym are well-appointed, and each guest can book a free morning yoga session or hire the services of a personal trainer. Staff can book you a taxi at any time of day or night, and there's a boutique on site with Ibizan boho-chic clothing and jewellery.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Swimming pools
  • Wellness centre
  • Free parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Modern and understated, rooms are equipped with USB charging points, Nespresso machines, a Roberts radio and speakers. Beds are vast and very firm, while bathrooms feature a walk-in shower and Le Labo Santal 33 toiletries.

Room types: Superior Room, Deluxe Room, Rooftop Room, Swim Up Room, Junior Suite, Deluxe Junior Suite, OKU Signature Suite, The Private Villa

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom, private balcony, TV, free Wi-Fi


The food is overseen by chef Mark Vaessen, who has worked at SUSHISAMBA in Amsterdam and is renowned for Japanese fusion cuisine. The more casual To Kima restaurant is only open for breakfast and lunch, serving lighter dishes, while OKU offers sharing-style small plates, Robata-grilled meats, tempuras, salads and sashimi, nigiri and sushi.

OKU: Asian and South American fusion dining. À la carte menu includes oysters, Wagyu beef, black cod and sushi.

To Kima: nourishing breakfasts and all-day lunches. Spanish cuisine with an Asian twist.

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