Iberostar in the Balearics

We recently looked at the range of Iberostar properties in the Canary Islands and now it’s the turn of the Balearics. With a range of hotels scattered across Majorca and Ibiza including family-friendly, adult-only and romantic hotels, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect Iberostar in the Balearics…

Why Iberostar?

Location

There is nothing better than waking up on holiday to the sound of the sea breeze, stepping out into the sunshine and feeling the warm sand beneath your feet – that’s why Iberostar have a whopping 80 hotels located right on the beachfront. Simply step out of the hotel and you’re there. 

Gastronomy 

We all know that food plays a massive role on our holiday. We’re travelling to exotic places, experiencing new culture and trying new flavours. Staying in an Iberostar hotel, you can sample the finest local cuisine as well as first-class dishes from around the world. The main restaurants serve stunning buffets with exceptional presentation and the chefs are visible in show cooking stations, meaning you can see dishes being prepared and cooked in front of you. Fine dining is an integral part of the Iberostar ethics and the à la carte restaurants are often thematic showcasing innovative dishes and unique flavours. 

Service  

Iberostar pride themselves on exceptional facilities and even better service. While facilities may vary from hotel to hotel, you can always be sure they will be top class. Whether you fancy a luxury spa break in the sun or a fun-filled family holiday, Iberostar strive to give you the best possible holiday they can with helpful and friendly staff ready to assist with your every need. Their attention to detail means your holiday is stress free and you can get back to what really matters – relaxing. This fantastic service means that more than 20 Iberostar hotels are rated in the top 10 for their respective destinations on TripAdvisor.

Iberostar Club Cala Barca

Situated on the east coast of Majorca, the 4* Iberostar Club Cala Barca is set away from the hustle and bustle of the busier resorts of Majorca making it the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing break in the sun. The hotel grounds open up onto Cala Barca Trencada, a bathing cove surrounded by greenery. With 5 swimming pools and 4 children’s pools there’s plenty to do to keep you busy around the hotel, but if you do fancy a wander, you’re just a few steps away from the beach. 

Iberostar Santa Eulalia

With a beachfront location and great transport links to the centre of Es Cana, the adult-only 4* Iberostar Santa Eulalia is a great place for those looking to experience the best of the White Isle. Take a relaxing dip in the large outdoor pool or top up your tan on the sun terrace – the choice is all yours. If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, you can also try your hand at jet-skiing, diving, windsurfing or sailing. Entertainment takes place every evening and includes themed parties, music sessions by the sea and pool games… 

Iberostar Alcudia Park 

The family-friendly 4* Iberostar Alcudia Park is surrounded by pine trees and boasts a large swimming pool area, sunbathing terrace and free Wi-Fi. For the little ones, you’ll find a mini-club (ages 4-7), maxi club (ages 8-12) and there’s even a teen club! The hotel overlooks the beach meaning you don’t have to travel far to enjoy the golden sands. Adult guests can also opt to stay in one of the Star Prestige rooms for an additional cost and enjoy exclusive access to the rooftop sundeck, bar and whirlpool. 

Iberostar Albufera Park

With direct access to the beach and a spa and wellness centre, the 4* Iberostar Albufera Park in Majorca ticks every box if it’s a relaxing break in the sun you’re looking for. The property offers a large outdoor pool, children’s paddling area, a poolside snack bar and a sun terrace with loungers. If you really want to unwind, the on-site spa offers a range of treatments including massages, body wraps, body scrubs, facial treatments, water experiences and more…          

 

Find the perfect Iberostar hotel for you here

Written on 26th June 2018 by

Joshua Carry-James

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