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The hotel S'Anfora is situated near the magnificent bay of San Antonio and thanks to its position you can get to the centre of San Antonio on foot or if you prefer by taking the bus only 50 m away with services also to the many beautiful beaches and coves of the island. ##Not recommended for children##
How far is the nearest beach?
The nearest beach is located 800 meters from the hotel.
Distance from Airport
The airport is situated 20Km from the hotel.
The hotel consists of 155 exterior facing rooms recently redecorated/
Double rooms: 152. Single rooms: 3. All of them are equipped with: Private terrace, Full equipped bathroom, Telephone, Air conditioned.
Food & Drink
This hotel offers bed and breakfast. There is also a snack bar and bar.
Sports & Entertainment
The hotel has a swimming pool, surrounded by deck chairs and sun shades. It also has billiards and an amusement arcade.
Other facilities: Reception 24 h, Money exchange, Internet corner, Wi-Fi in commune areas.
Stayed here with friend for 4 days in Ibiza. Had low expectations because of affordable pricing. Room is simple but ok. No chairs offered on balcony and we were overlooking a horrible patch of...
Stayed here with friend for 4 days in Ibiza. Had low expectations because of affordable pricing. Room is simple but ok. No chairs offered on balcony and we were overlooking a horrible patch of land. We lost power for 5 hours on second night and had to get ready for night out in the hotel toilet, we had to call reception to get an update rather then them offering us to move room. Annoying but we just got on with it. The breakfast leaves a lot to be desired, its very basic. Croissants unedible and would benefit from a wider choice like beans, sausages, eggs. Also they should invest in a working toast machine! Wifi works well and good value at 5 euros a day. General advice - this hotel is for young party people only, you will definitely be woken up with people banging doors at early hours and loud music being played. Pool area is not accessible as so full of people, recommend you walk to the beach!
The hotel was a good base location; a short walk to the beach and the west end, with a few supermarkets and restaurants literally just outside the door. The hotel room was clean and satisfactory, as...
The hotel was a good base location; a short walk to the beach and the west end, with a few supermarkets and restaurants literally just outside the door. The hotel room was clean and satisfactory, as was the pool and bar area. We booked our holiday here through Thomas Cook which was fantastic in terms of flights, transfers and helpful staff. The only thing that I would strongly recommend is that you don't book events through the escapades representative at the hotel. We had travelled for 12 hours for a flight that was at 6am and as soon as we got into our hotel the rep rang us in our room to say she was on her way up for a chat. We were about to have a quick nap so we postponed it briefly. At least an hour later she actually showed up, and pretty much forced us to book a week's worth of events for 230 euros. That works out at just under 33 euros per day. Tickets for most of the big events and superclubs in Ibiza cost around 40-50 euros. These events that we had paid for consisted of meeting at the hotel between half 5 and half 7 each evening to head down to the west end where we were taken to some crumby little bars where we had no choice but to spend money on drinks that we could have been making ourselves back in our hotel room before we were taken to the main events. All of these events apart from maybe one of the bunch if you're lucky take place in very average places that when drunk you could easily mistake for a sticky little bar/club back in your hometown. Another thing that they seem to do is once they have got you to the event and got you spending money, they forget about you and sometimes even abandon you there. Free buses are promised - they do not show up. They might take you there, but they won't be bringing you back, so bear that in mind. Also DO NOT get in any unofficial taxis, I have heard some absolute horror stories from people who have made that mistake. There are buses basically everywhere so make sure you ask at the hotel reception if there's a bus before booking taxis everywhere to save a bit of money. Ibiza is an amazing place and I would definitely go again, but I recommend booking your events down at the west end; literally every restaurant, shop or bar sells tickets to all the events, and there are some absolutely brilliant events going on that we sadly missed out on because we couldn't bring ourselves to spend anymore money on them. I would recommend having absolutely nothing to do with the representatives at all. I would also recommend heading down to café mambo to watch the sunset. Don't buy tickets or book a table it's not necessary; take your own drinks down and sit on the rocks by the water in front of the café - you've got exactly the same view and you're about 50 euros better off. And the sunset really is beautiful.
As expected for the star rating But never had the breakfast as was told I had bed and breakfast ended up having to pay but should have been included. Also,no light in the bathroom? I atleast...
As expected for the star rating But never had the breakfast as was told I had bed and breakfast ended up having to pay but should have been included. Also,no light in the bathroom? I atleast expected a light in the bathroom
To be honest even though this is a low star hotel. It was one of the cleanest hotels I've stayed in... But be careful going to the supermarket and walking through reception with your purchases the...
To be honest even though this is a low star hotel. It was one of the cleanest hotels I've stayed in... But be careful going to the supermarket and walking through reception with your purchases the waitress rips your head off!! Thinking you're bringing in your own drinks when actually I was going back to my room