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Boutique hotels in Ibiza, Spain

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Luxury & Boutique Hotels in Ibiza

EL Hotel Pacha Ibiza is a Contemporary state of the art luxury hotel. This is now the trendiest place to stay in Ibiza. The main colour scheme throughout the hotel is white. El Pacha Hotel is located opposite to Pacha nightclub, in the heart of Ibiza. Definitely the coolest of boutique hotels in Ibiza.

55 Rooms - City Hotel - Seaside - Island - Nightlife - Restaurant - Avant-garde - Lifestyle - Swimming Pool
Near the Hotel: beach, Town Centre, Windsurfing, Sailing

Hotel Homepage Book Now From 170.00 EUR
Aguas de Ibiza Hotel represents a new concept in hospitality. Water, light and textures converge at Aguas de Ibiza. You will find here all you need to live an unforgettable holiday: calm luxury, unpretentious and natural. The best and most striking of boutique hotels in Ibiza

113 Rooms - Water View - Island - Nightlife - Restaurant - Avant-garde - Large - Lifestyle - Meeting Room - Swimming Pool - Gym - Spa - Wifi
Near the Hotel: Beach Poin,

Hotel Homepage Book Now From 207.00 EUR

Ibiza, Spain

Ibiza, Spain Ibiza is an island of indulgence. Beautiful, and blessed with scores of stunning cove beaches, towering cliffs and dense pine forests it's nevertheless the islanders (Ibicencos) and their visitors who make it special. However outrageous you may want to be (and outrageousness is the norm here) the locals have seen it all before. The extraordinary nightlife can lay a strong claim to be the globe's clubbing capital. Ibiza Town, the capital, is the obvious place to base yourself and only a short ride from two great beaches Ses Salines and Es Cavellet. The town consists of a lively marina district around the harbour and an old town with narrow cobblestone streets and flat-roofed, whitewashed houses. The yacht-clogged marina and the district's main street, Vara de Rey, are constant spectacles.