Reco des Sol, a three-star hotel located in San Antonio Bay, Ibiza, which tailors to all your needs. The property is located just a few steps away from Es Pouet Beach and the well-known Ocean Beach Club, only 1.5 kilometres from the historic quarter of San Antonio and a fifteen-minute stroll from the lively bars and clubs in the area, such as the world-famous Es Paradís and Eden or the mythical Café del Mar and Café Mambo.
26, Carretera Es Vedra San Antonio Ibiza 07820 Spain
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Cannot fault this place! Me and my two friends arrived on the 6th or September for a girls trip to Ibiza. We were met at reception by a lovely lady who was very smiley and helpful. We were required to pay a €100 security deposit and city tax. But we got the security deposit back at the end of the trip. Room was basic but had everything we needed and was what we expected for the price we paid. We had a balcony, lounge area (with a sofa bed) and a small kitchen which had a toaster, stove, kettle and every appliance you need so if you wanted to eat at the apartment and save money you could totally do that. We thought it was a nice touch that the hotel supplied you with a mini bar (food at an extra cost) and a little cleaning pack so you didn’t have to go and buy your own washing up liquid ect. Our bedroom had air conditioning which worked and kept the room cool, however ours did leak and ended up making a horrible rattling noise towards the end of the trip so we had to keep it turned off. Staff were honestly really lovely and helpful. We did just want to say a special thank you to one of the guys who worked a night shift on reception (we didn’t catch his name). On the first night he helped us when our friend was really ill and was genuinely concerned. Also the guy who works by the bar was so friendly!! The pool area was great! We always got a sun lounger no matter what time of the day it was. The hotel doesn’t supply you with beach towels so remember to bring one! The sunbeds are very uncomfortable but it doesn’t matter too much. Pool was always clean and well kept. There is a bar by the pool, the food and drinks were more affordable than most places in San Antonio. There was always really good music playing round the pool everyday which we thought was really good! The location is just perfect. 5 minute walk to ocean beach, 20 minute walk to the bus station (party bus to clubs) and there is a spar at the top of the road to get any essentials! I’d definitely recommend to anyone wanting to visit Ibiza and would 100% stay here again.
Honest Review Of Reco De Sol - July 2023 Hotel: We booked Reco De Sol as a girls trip for 3 of us; we wanted somewhere that was close to everything and within walking distance of the strip without being too loud so we can get a good nights sleep. I think the hotel itself was quite charming, the beds we had were memory foam and the rooms were a decent size with lots of plug sockets and mirrors! I would say it's definitely a mixture of family and boozy holidays with groups of friends, but it was small and quaint and the was never too much noise and everyone seemed respectful of that, nice atmosphere. Reception: The reception staff are very friendly, welcoming and will answer any queries. The only downside I would say is there is only ever one person at the desk which can be a lot of work if people are trying to check in, sort keys out, taxis or any other requests. I would suggest that the company arranged for there to be two staff on at all times, but it's no fault of the staff they were doing their best. When you arrive at the hotel you will need to pay a security deposit of 100 euros which you get back if the rooms okay were you leave, and the tourist tax is 2.22 euros per person, per day, which you pay in a lump sum when you arrive depending on the duration of your trip. Rooms: Rooms, towels, and facilities were very clean and comfortable, I was very impressed! The cleaners did come in and make the rooms look amazing however I did find this wasn't every day, and we did have to ask for more toilet rolls and towels so that may be worth making a note of when you arrive. Again, not really an issue, the cleaning staff were lovely and helpful. You have a mini kitchen with a microwave, hob and sink with amenities plates, bowls, cutlery and cups provided. You do get complimentary snacks in your mini fridge which is a nice touch, each are about 3 euros. But I think it's nice if you fancy something and don't want to walk to the shop. Pool: Pool opens from 11am-7pm, the pool was clean, it had a kids pool and a separate adults section, it was good but be aware if you can't swim, the middle is very deep. Sunbeds were the plastic ones, which did the job but bring your own beach towel. The pool bar had a reasonably priced good selection of drinks sangria, beers and served food such as pizzas, chips etc. I think if you're planning a party holiday it might be wiser to get drinks from the bar there than the strip. Example: I think a cocktail at the pool bar was 9 euros and on the strip they're about 14-20 euros. Air conditioning: As Brits, we can't handle the heat. So we found the air conditioning to be alright and it did keep us cool, but if you want an ice cold room when you come back from the beach all day, you may want to leave it on all day so the rooms cool when you enter. Location: I'll be honest the location I was slightly worried about it as its practically next to the ocean beach club but you couldn't hear ocean beach club at all, it was pleasantly surprising and meant it was quiet at night so we were able to sleep; apart from people coming back from nights out, but it was pretty quiet regardless. Taxis: The reception will order you a taxi if you ask but don't expect a time on when they'll arrive, it will either be immediately or 30 minutes or anything in between. If you haven't arranged transfers from the airport, I would strongly recommend so you don't get delayed. Transfers from the airport should be 30 euros each way. If you're looking to party on the other side of the island at Ushuaia or Hi etc, you're looking at 100-120 euros for the journey there and back; it is expensive and pre booking a taxi when you leave ushuaia after calvin harris set is ESSENTIAL otherwise you'll be queuing for a taxi for 2 hours if you leave when everyone else does. We just kept the number of our taxi person hoping they'll be around at the time you want to leave, but it really is just a minefield, use this info as you will. There are buses if you want something cheaper, but we didn't even attempt it. Overall: Hotel was great for what we needed and close to where you want to go! We didn't spend too much time in the hotel as we were exploring Ibiza, but if you're looking for a cheap and cheerful option, this would be ideal! I would probably advise more if you're going on a lads/girls holiday or just a simple break away to come here, rather than a family, but it's not completely off the cards! :)
Staff are VERY RUDE! I have been in Ibiza for some time now working over here and Reco has a beautiful pool where me and my friends like to chill by, I have stayed here for 2 weeks in June and the service is appalling! Staff are so rude especially the guy who’s always at the pool bar during the day and also the younger woman who works behind the pool bar, whenever she is working she never offers the full menu to customers and demands payment whilst eating food? The service of the staff really lets it down because the hotel is fairly ok.