What it is
A 162-room respite fronting Santa Eularia beach, with 8 restaurants and bars and a beautifying spa.
What it isn't
Tailored to young ones. This is Ibiza at its most playful, with a new adults-only rooftop bar and the beach’s first nightclub opening in summer 2020. Did we mention the pool has a Wet Deck bar?
What we think
If Ibiza is one of the last remaining Partyopolis’s, W Ibiza is its shiny new castle. Booking even a “Cozy Room” results in your having a boho-styled retreat with a partial sea view, plus a mini bar, wet bar and 24-hour room service...should you crave fries at 3 a.m. (It happens, especially after a few cocktails with your toes in the sand). Don’t miss at least a few treatments in the brand new spa, which, awash in pinks and yellows and lucite galore, may well be the most club-like spa on the planet. (No surprise on this island of the see-and-be-seen: the manicures, blowouts, makeup services and waxing will be top-notch).
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Staying swimsuit-ready is harder than getting swimsuit-ready, especially in Spain—land of saliatory foodstuffs. Blessedly, the W Ibiza has a 24-hour FIT gym that feels like its own type of club—complete with kettlebells, bosu balls and mural-adorned walls.
Steakhouses are better in Spain. They just are. But La Llama, helmed by chef Haim Cohen, may be the most delicious you’ve ever had. Chef cooks everything by fire, making it taste as primal as you feel after a day in the sun.
Restaurants & Bars
Chiringuito Blue - Relaxed beach restaurant serving Mediterranean cuisine
La Llama - Elegant steakhouse
Ve Cafe - Casual, vegetarian restaurant
Glow - Rooftop - Adults-only rooftop cocktail bar
W Lounge - Bar with a sea view accompanied by live music and DJs
Bridge Bar - Relaxed cocktail bar
Below - Night club opening in 2020
WET Deck - Sip on cocktails on a sun lounger while a DJ mixes bold beats
You’re less than half a mile from biking trails, jet-skiing, hiking and kayaking opportunities here...but if you want to just chillax on the beach, we won’t tell. Ibiza Airport is a mere 13 mile drive away, and while the hotel doesn’t have a shuttle, taxis are rife (and cost about 35 euros one way).