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What We Love

  • The aqua sunbeds semi-immersed in the pool – tan-tastic!
  • Hotel beauty salon makes prepping for that big Ibiza night a breeze
  • Minutes from the island’s hottest clubs, shopping, bars, boats and beach
  • Spectacular sunset views over the ancient old town from the rooftop terrace bar
  • Spotting international DJs lounging by the pool and propping up the bar – oh so Ibiza!

What To Know

  • Don’t expect a rustic Balearic bolthole – it’s sleek city style, all the way
  • Bringing kids isn’t ideal given the Gran's popularity with party people
  • Earplugs are essential – the early morning horns from the ferries are loud
  • The Spanish 'mañana mañana' attitude means planning ahead for spa treatments


  •  Bar
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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The Review

Bringing some city-slicking bling to the most famous Balearic Island, Ibiza Gran Hotel has an instant phwoar factor from the moment you arrive in the cavernous lobby. Grand indeed is this relative newcomer to the famous party island, having opened to much fanfare in 2008 and now attracting a who’s who of the international dance music scene, jetsetting cognoscenti and holidaymakers with a taste for the finer things in life.

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The spacious and airy loft-style suites, 157 in total, are a welcome respite from the hectic pace of life on the party island. Minimal-chic decor, huge beds, crisp white linens and amazing views of the azure Mediterranean Sea and the UNESCO world heritage-listed Dalt Vila – a gorgeous ancient walled city – make every room feel like a world-class apartment. Glossy bamboo floors, stylish wooden decking on the balconies, deep baths, multi-pressure showers, Jacuzzis… You name it, they’ve got it. The bigger suites even come with their very own cocktail bar and lounge area.

Kick back over mojitos by the pools, indulge in a pampering session in the hi-tech, world-class spas (locals can’t get enough of the Gran’s sauna, hamam, gym and yoga classes), or strike it lucky in the ground floor casino. Three restaurant spaces and two bars keep you fed and watered with cocktails, local specialties, Mediterranean classics and the jetset favourite, all-day breakfast — though if you’re showing signs of an all-nighter the way we were, opt for the fabulous room service instead.

How to Get There

Ibiza Gran Hotel
Paseo Juan Carlos I, 17
Ibiza, 07800 Spain


Short stay in IGH for the closings
Clémence C

My friends and I stayed at the Ibiza Gran Hotel for the closings in October. I must say even though I like small hotels, IGH is a very pleasant hotel to stay. Located in the center, in front of Pacha, these spacious luxury rooms remain quiet and very comfortable.

I upgraded to a Junior Suite upon arrival and was very happy with the amazing view on the old town and the spacious balcony. Was definitely worth it! The Deluxe rooms have no view but a lot of privacy, and a Jacuzzi on the terrace.

The room service, valet boys and house keeping were very professional and friendly.

However, I was extremely disappointed and felt poorly treated when I went to the spa to have a sauna and a member of the team told me that my friends and I had to pay 65 Euros to use the spa. I went to the reception to complain and the receptionist told me it was actually 50Euros…I had never experience such a stupid and poor service in a spa.

The Spa access should be granted for free at least to the hotel guests having a suite and categories above. To maintain a quiet and relaxing ambiance in the spa, the spa could have different time slots but definitely not having the hotel's guests paying to enjoy a relaxing time.

Overall, I had a great time at the IGH and recommend this hotel especially during the clubs openings and closings for its convenient location and luxury interior design.


Hotel and Staff ..very accomdating… My clients tell me it was the most beautiful place.Restaurants, all facilities where Luxury.. The rooms were beauriful and clean...
location was beautiful......……..,

Great hotel
Younes L

I’m visiting with my wife the hotel was great the room the pool the restaurant the bar the employees the director Francisco and director for the night Alvaro the responsible for the restaurant alvaro and Lucia Julio Juan pablo vassi Abodzich