Grand Palladium White Island Resort & Spa is situated in beautiful Playa d’en Bossa.
This recently renovated hotel is the perfect getaway for families, couples or friends who want to experience the best of Ibiza. Centrally located near three bars, with a freshwater pool and integrated jacuzzi, as well as a variety of other entertaining installations. Guests are walking distance from the best nightclubs on the island and a short drive or bus ride from the historic city centre.
34 Carrer de la Platja d'en Bossa Sant Jordi de ses Salines Illes Balears 07817 Spain
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Beautiful hotel and resort, r restaurant food choice extensive and great. Relaxed atmosphere. Loved it and rebooked immediately for next September.❤️ We stayed in a poolside room which was clean and modern and well equipped, lovely. Restaurants were lovely and excellent location to HÏ and Beach and ushuaia.
This resort was extremely busy when we visited in August but we still had an incredible time. Our room was on the first floor with a side view of both the mountains and see. Be aware there are no elevators in this resort, but this wasn't a problem for us. The room itself is spacious and spotlessly clean, The bathrooms are modern. The mini fridge is stocked with drinks for free which is a lovely touch. The robes and slippers are also wonderful. Whilst staying in the white island you also have access to the palace next door, which gives a great range of options for dining and drinking. We spent time around both pools which were a fantastic temperature and also had music entertainment during the day. The pool bar staff were very friendly. On an evening you have the choice of Buffet or Al La Carte, but the a La Carte have to be booked. We tried Portofino which was wonderful, with a great choice and made a nice change than going to the buffet. The Xtra time sports bar is also a fun venue and the team there will try and find whichever sport you are looking for on the TV. Overall a wonderful short stay for us visiting from the UK. We are now looking to stay at other Palladium resorts around the world.
The resort is overpriced, tired, and this was the first time I have experienced theft from my hotel room. On the second morning, my friend woke me up looking for her AirPods, so I said 'don't worry if you can't find them; you can borrow mine for the time being,' only to deduce very quickly that mine had also mysteriously vanished. My friend managed to locate the last location of the AirPods via the 'Find My' app. They had been connected outside of the hotel at 21:30 the night before, when we were out in Eivissa. This was a solid lead because the hotel only had to check the CCTV to find the culprit. Surprise surprise, the cameras were not recording at that time. On the second day, after having reported the theft of the headphones, we were stolen from again: this time it was a gold necklace and my Apple pencil which sits on top of my iPad. We looked everywhere for these things, for over an hour. I was incandescent and I reported it again. The hotel encouraged me to go to the police, but I've lived in Spain and dealt with the Spanish police several times before; frankly I saw no point. The hotel offered to move us to the other hotel but at that point we felt unsafe wherever we were. Here's the thing, on the third morning, after having reported the second bout of thefts, we were awoken around 8:30am to a knock, followed by the door opening, and a loud clattering sound. After that, I got up to check it out, and there, on the wooden floor by the door, was my Apple pencil, which had blatantly just been thrown inside by the thief, who was nowhere to be seen. We were so scared, and we knew it was an inside job: somebody who worked alone within the hotel and had key card access was responsible. It was curious how after this, for the rest of our 2-week long stay, the room service boy never returned to restock our fridge. The hotel maintained that they were carrying out an investigation, but in my opinion it was half-hearted and not in the slightest bit thorough. A classic example of burying their heads in the sand. We had TWO solid leads: the AirPod connection out the front of the hotel, and failing that, whoever had used their key card to access the room at 8:30am that Saturday morning. But no, nothing. No accountability, no action, total disregard. The hotel won't accept responsibility for theft of items stored outside the safe, but how were we supposed to put everything of value inside the small safe? My big over-ear headphones were nabbed, but what about our designer clothes/shoes, technology, makeup etc, all of which we couldn't feasibly lock away in the safe JUST IN CASE the little crook took a fancy to it. I would also point out that due to the seasonal nature of the resort, many of the staff are temporary workers. In other words, there's no way of the hotel vetting their personalities. Other reviews cite theft as well, you've only to look for yourself. Moreover, on the first night, I was hit on by one of the chefs who made me feel very uneasy. I let it slide, until the following week when he made explicit comments to my friend which were ENTIRELY inappropriate and I made a complaint to the restaurant manager. Am I selling this luxury 5* resort to you? Thought not! We left so disappointed that our £10,000 Ibiza 2-weeker turned out this way. Not to mention the air craft nuisance. The hotel leaves a lot to be desired and it doesn't come to close to justifying the price point. Stay somewhere else, is my advice.