Recently returned from a two week stay with another couple. We had an enjoyable stay. We had a warm welcome at the reception. All the reception staff were very friendly and helpful with any query. Roomere spacious and beds were comfy though they were two singles pushed together. TV only had three English speaking channels, all of which were news ones. Rooms are in need of updating though. None of us were impressed with the level of cleanliness in either room and resorted to cleaning them ourselves on several occasions. Empty cups and newspapers were not cleared away and crumbs and hair were lying about for days. There was a dead fly on our bathroom wall for our whole stay. Do not have any private conversations in the bathroom as the next room will hear everything! That goes for the people directly below you as well.
The food offered was the standard buffet style. Well cooked and regularly refreshed and not let go cold (to my knowledge) like ier hotels we have stayed in. The chefs were always smiling and the crepes, steaks, fish and chicken were cooked to order. The crockery regularly had bits of food on it which was not very pleasant. The snack bar by the pool offered toasties, hot dogs, hamburgers and chips all cooked fresh but the queue could get quite long and there was only one man cooking. He was always very nice despite his five hours non-stop cooking! It was worth the wait though. The queue for drinks was regularly very long during the day and there was regularly only one person working the bar as someone mentioned before. Not ideal in the searing heat. There was no issue at night and the bar staff were all very pleasant. For those of you who tire of the cheaper brands of drink, the prices of international brands are very good for hotel residents, especially compared to the bars in the resort. The pool area was nice. Pool quite small but adequate for the size of the hotel. There were usually sunbeds available all day but we noticed the place getting busier during our second week. Getting a parasol proved impossible if you got up later than about half 8. The rush for sunbeds did not kick in 'til a few days into our stay though.
The beach and resort are about a ten minute walk from the hotel. It is all downhill and across a nice bridge. The walk back is not so pleasant as the hill feels very steep in the hot sun. I would not advise the walk during the hottest time of the day. Even as a relatively fit person I struggled!
The promenade is lovely. There are some nice restaurants there as well. Drink is very expensive. Guarana was €16 for two vodkas and coke. Mirage and 4 Pinos weren't much better.
Ibiza Town is worth a visit. A lovely town. We visited the castle -again in the midday sun not advisable!! Very interesting information on the way up and the church at the top is lovely. I would advise using the bus as much as possible to travel as it is a lot cheaper than the ferry and air conditioned too!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The small welcoming Sirenis Hotel Club Siesta is well known for its informal and friendly atmosphere. Let the hotel’s charm seduce you and just relax and enjoy your holiday, whether you are on your own, are a couple or a family.The hotel is situated just 10 minutes from the beach and the lively town of Santa Eulalia, where you will find a huge variety of water sports, bars, restaurants and shops. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Sirenis Hotel Siesta
- Sirenis Resort Siesta
- Sirenis Hotel Club Siesta Ibiza/Santa Eulalia Del Rio