Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay
Breezy in the Balearics
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What it is
Perhaps the most glamorous outpost of Nobu Hotels.
What it isn't
Ibiza gone wild. Picture luxe, not a drug-addled limbo line.
What we think
Robert de Niro has unwittingly put his name on a few flops (did anyone actually see "Dirty Grandpa"?), but not when it comes to hotels. The co-owner of the latest Nobu Hotel, along with chef Nobu Matsuhisa, among others, made sure this is a red carpet–worthy stay. All 152 rooms take design inspiration from the Mediterranean shimmering just beyond their floor-to-ceiling windows, with tawny and turquoise color schemes, hand-hewn ceramic art and coddling finishing touches lie Persian marble–lined rain showers and private terraces. After spending a day bopping between two sea-front pools, you can hit the on-site blow dry bar before tucking into the deliriously delicious sushi at Japanese fusion restaurant Nobu—just like you would in New York City.
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This is now, by all accounts, the most luxurious stay in Ibiza (there are yacht mooring services on-site, natch).
On an island that’s always in the midst of Swimsuit Season, you’re ecstatic to find Celicioso, a cafe that only serves what a Victoria’s Secret model would gorge on: green juices, superfood salads, and vegan fare, all energy-reviving after the raucous night you had.
Restaraunts & Bars
Nobu - new-style Japanese Fusion Cuisine
Chambao - freshly caught seafood and Balearic specialties
Celicioso - healthy smoothies and light, fresh meals
Pool Bar - all day dining with fresh-squeezed juices, light snacks, and bar
Set on white-sand Cala Talamanca beach, a mere five miles from the airport. It’ll take you just 15 minutes to get to poppin’ Ibiza Town itself.