1 Jun 2017

Sol Beach House Ibiza

It's almost three weeks now since coming back from Ibiza (sigh), and I'm still not done with sharing photos from our trip. One of the things that made it so good, aside from the much-needed sunshine, was the hotel that we stayed in. A wellness hotel located on the coast of Santa Eulalia, only a twenty-five minute drive from the airport and a short walk to the marina, Sol Beach House Ibiza has everything you could want from a hotel. Booked quite last minute, we weren't sure what to expect from this place as time didn't allow for much research and there are a lot of hotels in Ibiza to choose from, but it was clearly a good find. Just a five-minute walk from a cast-away-esque beach, by night the candles fill the place with the scent of coconut (this was our first impression of the hotel and we knew instantly that we were going to like it), but it was the views that really made it. Given it's a large hotel, it had the handmade touches and attention to detail of a boutique hotel (including the yoga mat that's in each room).  

Breakfast quickly became by favourite time of day (not something I usually look forward to back home), which had pretty much anything you could want (smoothies, tailor-made omelettes, fresh pancakes, the list goes on..), and made even better with the free-flowing prosecco and al fresco dining experience; the thought of all this made getting up that whole lot easier; we basically jumped out of bed everyday. Smoothies, raw juices and cocktails are served all day, and the food menu similarly had a fresh, healthy offering and some pretty tempting dishes. As we spent a lot of time in the hotel, we opted to venture future out for meals for a change of scenery, but I would not have had any problems choosing.

Perhaps the hotel would have been a different experience altogether going during peak season, as one of the luxuries of being there was how tranquil, relaxed and calm both the hotel and pool area was. It's not often that you get free reign of sunbed-choice (or hammock if you prefer), and more often than not the pools were completely empty. The hotel itself is very big and has a lot of rooms, so I imagine this is a different story come July, so if you can I'd recommend going out of season.

All photos taken by myself. You can find out more about Sol Beach House Ibiza here.

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