Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- It has a beachfront location in Playa d'en Bossa
- The hotel featured in The Daily Telegraph's guide to Ibiza's best beach hotels
- There's a choice of bars & restaurants, including a rooftop sky lounge & a beach club
- There's a spa & several swimming pools
The "rock-star-worthy" rooms and "unforgettable" amenities of the Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza are set just back from the golden sands of Playa d'en Bossa, which is Ibiza's longest beach. The fact that it's just a 10-minute drive from the airport, means that you can be chilling out by the pool not long after your flight touches down.
Playa d'en Bossa is home to world-class beachfront bars and legendry party hubs including Bora Bora and Space. If you don't fancy venturing out, there's also a choice of bars, restaurants and entertainment venues to suit all moods at the hotel; from a contemporary tapas bar to a chic rooftop sky lounge that has far-reaching sea views, making it a popular spot for a sundowner.
For seaside relaxation and dining, the hotel's Beach Club has sunloungers and Balinese beds, plus a restaurant that serves a bistro-style menu of Mediterranean dishes including fresh seafood and salads. Munchies serves a daytime menu of snacks and light bites, and there are several bars dotted around the hotel, plus Sublimotion, a unique and theatrical dining experience by Michelin-starred Paco Roncero, which is said by The Daily Telegraph to be the world's most expensive restaurant.
The Rock Spa has facilities including thermal pools, saunas and steam baths. Hotel guests can use the facilities for a reduced entrance fee. The spa offers a range of pampering treatments including massages with music, facials and body wraps. There are plenty of places to relax and unwind in the Balearic sunshine, including several pool areas, one of which is by the main stage, where there's regular live music and DJ sets.
The 493 rooms and suites have 300-thread-count cotton sheets, contemporary décor and views of the pool, the main stage or the sparkling Mediterranean. Some of the higher category Swim-up rooms have outdoor terraces with direct pool access.