The Las Arenas is just fantastic!! We had a two week stay on bed and breakfast basis and enjoyed every minute of it. Rooms are fairly basic but have everything you want, we payed for a sea view and balcony and it was worth the extra.. a lovely view of the beach and harbour to wake up to each morning. The air-con is extra but we knew this when we booked so no problem. They are cleaned daily and were spotless throughout our stay. Breakfast is served in the small cafe at the front of the hotel and is of Spanish fair, lots of lovely Serrano ham, meats, cheese, tomato, fruit, breads and croissants.. fruit juices, tea and coffee were great too. Evening meals at the restaurant are pretty good too, an extensive menu of locally sourced food and the set menu is 11.50 Euros for three courses. Es Cana itself was, as always, wonderful.!! Overall we had a great holiday at Las Arenas and would return here without hesitation.. Brilliant!!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Ibiza where present and past join in harmony and where everything is cloaked in mystery and beauty. This cosy hotel, built at the beginning of the fifties, is surrounded by an enviable environment and faces a small fishing port and the beautiful beach of Es Canar. The owners, the family Colomar, run the hotel and still preserve the hospitality with which they welcomed the first travellers. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Las Arenas Hostal Hotel
- Las Arenas Hostal Ibiza/Santa Eulalia Del Rio