Can't speak highly enough about this place, the only thing what lets it down is entertain I reckon. However I'm in my early thirties and maybe it is aimed at the older couples. Good mix of old and young. Very close to night life. Linekers being a minutes walk, es pardis 3 mins and main strip 5 mins. Just the right distance to experience what Ibiza is renown for and right distance to enjoy a good nights sleep
Traveller from shropshire
Located on the San Antonio seafront, directly on the beach and just 500 meters from the city center.All 167 guestrooms …More
Since this hotel is so cheap, it is pretty busy in the summer. It also can attract alot of younger people, so if you don't mind drunk people running through the halls screaming, from 4 - 8 am, then this place is perfect. Each room has a balcony with nice views. San Antonio area is very nice with alot of action, fun for families. We saw alot of families in this area, and there are carnival rides up and down the streets.
I was going to stay here regardless because of my money situation and I was expecting the worst. After being there a week, I only found 2 things wrong with the hotel. 1: Usually hotels in big vacation spots in Europe offer you a bar with unlimited drinks. the bar usually closes at midnight and opens around 9am and it saves a ton of money! I was disappointed not to find that sort of situation at the Hotel Brisa but there are plenty of other bars where one can get their money's worth. 2: Location, its really not that bad. The hotel is a 5 minute walk from the West End and a good 10 mins from most other places in San Antonio like the entrance to the very pretty board walk where one can watch the amazing sunsets. The distance is plus in a way since its great for sleeping in and having a siesta later in the day. Other than that I found the hotel to be well worth the money I paid and it really surprised me. I can't tell you anything about the hotel food but they have a restaurant with breakfast, but to be honest, you'll probably skip breakfast time if you are out till 6am every morning like I was; so I would not recommend breakfast. Enjoy!
This is the third time I have stayed at this hotel. Great location and very nice hotel.
Information that may help:
Safes in rooms are 3 euros a day plus 10 euro deposit (which you get back).
If you require an iron it requires a 10 euro deposit (which you get back).
They were good getting us in before normal check in time.
The TV in the room is outstanding. Very clear (better than some 5* hotels) and all the uk TV channels 1 to 5, E4, Film 4 and so on.
The music around the pool, can get a little loud. Happy hour at the pool Bar is very good around 1.50 euro a beer.
You have to pay for wifi - Which I think any decent hotel nowadays should offer their guests free of charge.
Please beware and you must not leave anything valuable in your bags at the bag holding room, it is not secure.
Overall good location and good solid 3*
We thought it was a lovely hotel, exceptional clean, friendly staff nothing was too much to ask for, food was good would recommend this hotel to anyone and hopefully go back later in the year, the only thing I would say is there are not enough brollies around the pool
El Coto is a family run no-frills aparthotel which we've stayed in a number of times over the past ten years. The staff are really friendly and welcoming and were able to allow us to check-in at 9am (early flight!); the bar staff (Sergio) and the shop keep (Jose Antonio) have been at El Coto since we can remember and really friendly and helpful too. There's nothing too fancy at the El Coto - it is simple, clean and quiet; the worse noises you'll hear are from the neighbouring Tanit!
Visitors should make sure to visit Cala Gracio and the neighbouring Cala Gracioneta, and there are a couple of fantastic little bars for those prepared to walk a little.
Pocket Guide: Ibiza Island Sant Antoni de Portmany Hotels
San Antonio Abad is the island’s second largest resort. Attracting families and young clubbers, it offers a variety of water sports from its numerous small beaches. Nearby, the beaches at Cala Conta are some of the island’s best. On the north side of the bay, densely-developed San Antonio is the Med’s central party zone, famous for its rave clubs and blazing sunsets. The top pre-clubbing hang out is the legendary and original Café del Mar.
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