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Santa Eulalia's very first hotel - and the only one to sit on the beach - has been stylishly renovated with a modern twist on the seventies look, all browns, beiges and creams. There are 120 rooms, most with sea views, and a decent-sized pool, terrace restaurant and chic bar.

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Riomar sits almost at the far end of Santa Eulalia's impressive sweep of beach, close to the river which gives the town, and the hotel, part of their name. There are a couple of restaurants close by as well as several residential apartments. The pretty boardwalk along the seafront is lined with dozens of cafés, bars and restaurants, and it takes about 20 minutes to walk to the other end. Seafood specialist Chiringuito Blue and the vegetarian Ve Cafe are practically around the corner, while you can stroll to the river and cross the small iron bridge which leads to a hiking trail.

By plane: there are direct flights from London (2 hours 30 mins) and Manchester (2 hours 50 mins). The hotel is a 25-minute drive from the airport. Parking is €15 a day. Book flights to Ibiza.

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Creative director Sichi Bon is responsible for the overall simple, chic, yet retro, look. The rooms have clean lines with white walls, dark brown wooden chairs and desks and mirrors and shelving units edged in matt black. The public areas have a hip, Wes Anderson feel - though without the twee candy colours - with the light wood and scattering of plants bringing the outside in.


The staff are keen to help and happy to provide suggestions of places to see, eat or drink. The pool has loungers and an area called Tribe - the secret garden, with hanging tipi tents for kids to use.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Swimming pool
  • Fitness centre
  • Paid parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Many of the rooms have a sea view, and the dazzle of the sun is reflected by the crisp, clean white walls. The feel is more minimalist than in public areas, but it's eminently comfortable. Bathrooms are tiled in cream-coloured stone, with walk-in showers and polished black steel taps.

Room types: Deluxe Room, Premium Room, Deluxe Rio, Deluxe Rio Terrace, Sea View Suite, Riomar Suite

Key amenities: ensuite shower or bath, terrace, tea and coffee facilities, TV


The Ocean Brasserie is essentially outdoors, on a wide terrace, so al fresco dining is standard, with views out onto the beach. The menu is more all-round Mediterranean than purely Spanish, with dishes like chicken paillard and truffle tagliatelle. You can stop for a drink at the bar inside first.

Ocean Brasserie & Bar: brasserie-style cooking from around the world and classic cocktails. Open daily 12-11pm.

TRIBE: Tiki-themed bar, drinks and cocktails, live music.

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