The thing is, you don't come to Ibiza to stay in a swanky hotel and stay there. You come to go out and party and then sleep it off. This hotel is perfect for that, it has a bed to sleep it off and has an ensuite bathroom where you can wash and use the mirrors to get ready.
The rooms were standard, I don't remember them getting cleaned often (if at all) however, I was in the room when they would have probably come to clean so I didn't mind.
The bad points about this hotel is that you do have to give 50 euros deposit on arrival. You don't get told this in advance so when I arrived in the early hours of the morning, I didn't have the cash on me. You do get it back though when you check out (provided you remember your deposit slip).
Also the rooms have air con but not as standard, there is a daily fee to use it, which I think was about 8 euros a day. And I needed to as it was boiling and stuffy in the room when I visited in August.
The hotel is pretty loud with people partying/playing music/yelling drunkenly etc which is great if you are too, but not so good if you are hungover and trying to catch up on some zzzzzzzzs. The walls are thin too so you can hear everything.
However, there is a pool area too where you can hang out and catch up on some well needed sleep. But its really not much better as its a party area too - best thing to do is just get involved.
The reps were nice and they were able to help arrange lots of additional trips - boat parties, silent discos etc. They were lots of fun!
As for the breakfast, it was pretty basic....... but I was only up in time for breakfast on one day out of the seven, so it didn't really bother me to be honest.
This hotel is a good budget option if coming to Ibiza to party and its a great place to meet fellow party people! However, do keep an eye on these 'fellow party people' as I did get some stuff stolen whilst in the hotel bar......
- Also Known As:
- Hostal Apolo Ibiza, Spain