Insotel Fenicia Prestige Suites & Spa
About Insotel Fenicia Prestige Suites & Spa
- high speed internet in room
- swimming pool
- free internet
- fitness center
- bar lounge
- free parking
- business services
- public wifi
- wheelchair access
- free wireless internet in room
- air conditioning
- room service
- dry cleaning
- meeting room
- non smoking rooms
- laundry service
- concierge desk
- flatscreen tv
- banquet room
- multilingual staff
- airport transportation
- breakfast buffet
- outdoor pool
- conference facilities
- free breakfast
- private balcony
- breakfast available
- reduced mobility rooms
- hot tub
- facilities for disabled guests
- poolside bar
- tv rtr planeta russia
9 Traveller reviews from Holiday Watchdog
Great Place to stay!
"We' ve travelled to Ibiza for a quick stay, in a fun/work trip.
The Insotel Fenicia Prestige sure was a great choice and we recommend it to travellers goingo to Ibiza.
Is stays in Santa EulÃ¡ria Del Riu, in front of nice beaches, and it has a great pool site, with nice jacuzzis.
Very close to Santa EulÃ¡ria centre, on foot, and in a very quiet place."
- Travel date: Wed 18th of June 2008
Go on treat yourself!
"From the moment you approach the resort of Santa Eulalia this stunning hotel draws you to it like the jewel in the crown, when you arrive at the foot of the steps to the hotel it oozes quality and elegance from the refreshing sound of the gushing water to the architecture of the building.
We stayed in the junior suite which was very comfortable and spacious; the interior dÃ©cor through out the hotel is of an impeccable standard combining modern stylish fittings with truly warming furnishings. The bathroom was a mini spa in itself, whilst the balcony offered a duel aspect of the swimming pool, the river and the approach to Santa Eulalia beach.
The hotel is a short walk to the beach and the tree lined promenade with a cool combination of restaurants and shops, I would recommend a car to explore the island of which there are a scattering of quaint coves and sweeping golden sands in contrast to the larger towns, however if you are looking for a truly relaxing break then you need look no further with the combination of the location and the offerings of the Spa.
The restaurants follow suit again offering a varied selection of excellent cuisine, and an exciting breakfast catering for all tastes. We found the presentation and the customer service skills of the employees to be outstanding and very accommodating as we spoke little Spanish, with a high presence of management interacting with the guests.
The Hotel and resort of Santa Eulalia breaks the mould of being solely young, vibrant and loud by offering a contrast to other towns such as San Antonia and Eivissa where this is the case, if you are into the night life then I would recommend a night at the Pacha nightclub in Eivissa, which makes a great night out.
Reading reviews of this hotel and reviews for other hotels, one thing to bear in mind when reading them is not every one shares the same tastes, and what suits one will not suite another, but in our experience comfort, food, location and service are a good place to start, and this hotel certainly exceeds these expectations and thoroughly deserves its five stars, the price reflects this but is well worth it submerging yourself in all thatâs luxury for that extra special holiday â go on treat yourself! With a flying time of around 2hrs 15 minutes the Mediterranean and indulgence are a stones throw away."
- Travel date: Mon 26th of May 2008
spa is great
"much as i despair at the island becoming more and more concrete jungle, a la costa del sol, i would have you know..that should you require somewhere comfortable (ie warm and dry) to stay in the Ibiza winter season.. this is probably the place
we love the spa
this place is not 'beautiful', and really lacks any of the true ibiza spirit
but its luxury (at the luxury price) and an alternative offering when most of the charming spots like es cucons, can domo, jardins de palerm etc are closed for winter
please please please ibiza.. do NOT build any more on this lovely island you have..either that or we'll stick to asia/brazil going forward.."
- Travel date: Sun 3rd of February 2008
just what it said on the tin
"We chose this hotel as we wanted guaranteed luxury for a 4 day break away from our young daughter. It was perfect! Not the hotel for you if you like it charming and rustic but we loved it. Our room was very spacious with a fantastic sea and pool view and a massive and beautifully finished bathroom. Its location was fine if you dont mind getting taxis to Ibizia town for decent resturants as the local 'strip' is pretty much all english bars. We ate at the pool bar each day for lunch which was great and had a pretty decent aisian meal in the aisian resturant in the hotel. Breakfast was a huge spread and served on the pool terrace. We spent a couple of lazy days by the pool which is lovely. The jacuzzi has the strongest jets Ive ever come across.! Its very new and feels a bit sterile but it really does the job is you simply want outstanding quality and a generously sized room."
- Travel date: Sat 15th of September 2007
Very nice waiters!
"Overall its nice, but expensive for the quality of service. The spa is not part of the hotel and you have to pay extra to use any of the facilities which wasn't made clear when we booked. Location is ok, we hired a car and it's very easy to see the whole island in a few days.
The hotel is a beautiful building and the rooms were fabulous. The pool is lovely and kept very clean, and has a smaller jacuzzi pool attached. The breakfast is the best I have had anywhere with an unbelievable choice of foods. The waiting staff were excellent with impecable manners. The remaining staff, receptionists and concierge, were less professional and could do with some customer service training.
Nice, but not worth the money, I wouldn't go back."
- Travel date: Mon 13th of August 2007
will not stay again
"The pools and rooms are of a very high standard. The staff however and the food are of a very poor standard. There is a language barrier, where they do not understand English and on occasions became aggressive towards our clients. In a five star establishment you would expect that the hotel would provide transport either to or from various places on the island if requested. Unfortunately this is not available and public transport (i.e. taxis) is not great in Ibiza and you may find yourself stranded somewhere on the island for a few hours. The food in the restaurants and pool bar is poor, so do not eat at the hotel if you want a good meal. Unfortunately the management of this hotel leave a lot to be desired and although it is a very nice setting with nice pools, I would not stay there again. It is not good value for money."
- Travel date: Sat 4th of August 2007
"this hotel had not long opened when we visited but did seem to be finished. If you can stretch the budget to a split level room with a rooftop hottub you will not be dissapointed. The onsite restaurants are quite expensive but the food and service is excellent . This is easily one of the best hotels i have stayed in for quality and service ."
- Travel date: Wed 21st of February 2007
Loved the Fenicia Prestige
"What a perfect hotel. The hotel was brand new in 2006 and strikes a balance between contemporary and luxurious. The rooms were spacious and the servicewas excellent. Prices were a little steep at the bar but then this can be expected from a five star hotel! The swimming pool was also salt water which was a it of a shock but it is kept at the perfect temperature and has a jacuzzi and relax section built in.
Food was superb and there is a Japanese Tepanaki restuarnt on site which I believe is a first and a must on the island.
the hotel is situated right on the river at Santa Eulalia so it's only a short dtroll from the resort along the beach and promenade.
It looks a little expensive but was so worth it that we stayed for a few extra nights - a definite recommendation or a honeymoon or just for a few nights to unwind (the largest spa in the Balearic islands is here!) and to live like a King.
We booked with www.ibizatravelshop.com who were cheaper than booking directly with the hotel."
- Travel date: Tue 5th of December 2006
Fantastic Hotel with great rooms
"My wife and I visited this hotel during mid September for one week after searching for a quiet, 4 or 5 star hotel within a few hours flight of Gatwick. The review is quite long so pick out the bits that interest you.
The hotel opened in June 2006 and is therefore still very clean and tidy without any noticable marks on walls, broken items or other things that you may notice with an older hotel. The hotel is very imposing from the front aspect with large glass panels and cream coloured walls dominating. The lighting of an evening is wonderful. A security guard can be found at the front of the hotel. The reception is substantial and incorporates a large sitting area, toilets, telephone booths and access to lifts and stairway. However, whilst the hotel was not very busy as we stayed out of season, one minor complaint is that I waited at the front desk on several occasions for at least 10-15 mins whilst other guests were seen to.
The finishings at the hotel are all first class. The whole of the hotel is awash with marble and glass and everywhere is of a very modern design.
The hotel has four swimming pools. One large pool (unheated), one smaller pool (heated) next to the large pool and two pools that are part of the spa. All are of a modern design and very well done. Whilst I didn't use the spa, we were shown around and it is very, very nice. One complaint though is that all guests pay for the use of the spa (30 euro's for two of you) which is a bit mean when the hotel isn't particularly cheap! There are plently of sun beds avaliable which are all great quality.
The bedrooms come in two styles, rooms and suites. The rooms are fantastic, large with exceptional bathrooms, again of very modern design with a good size balcony. I love smart hotel rooms and you will not be disappointed with the rooms at the Insotel, I promise you. A 28 inch digital Sony HD flat screen tv is in each room as are a safe, large double wardrobes with sliding doors, desk, sofa bed, table, air con etc. The bathrooms have two sinks, large bath and very modern glass shower with body jets and 'rain' shower head. The beds are large and firm with good quality sheets. I didn't get to see the suites but imagine that these must be something else.
The main resturant at the hotel serves a very good buffet style breakfast and ok evening meals. You will be told that the evening meals are buffet style, they are not as you are given a menu with three or four starters, two types of main course (7 or so meals) and 3 deserts. The evening food is ok to good although you will find that whilst the menu changes daily, certain of the meals are a variation on previous nights. If you do not want to dine in the main resturant, there are two or three other resturants on site.
The hotel is close to the local beach (5-6 min walk) although the beach is nothing to write home about. The promonade area by the beach is ok with a host of local resturants and bars. It is not that lively and you can just hear the live bands that play at the bars nearby to the hotel from the hotel grounds but it isn't too much of a big deal. The harbour area (10-15 min walk) is much nicer and has nice resturants and bars.
All in all, this really is a fine hotel in a quiet surrounding with proper five star furnishings and decoration. Some of the staff need more experience with waiting on people but all are very polite and friendly. You won't be disapointed."
- Travel date: Mon 25th of September 2006