Just to begin, I was part of a mixed group of 11, aged between 20 and 25.
We stayed all inclusive, from 8th July til the 15th July 2013. In general I would definitely rate the hotel due to the food and location, but for a young (ish) group this wouldn't be the top of my list if I returned.
First of all the location was great, as the hotel was situated right next to where you can pick up a water taxi to San Antonio for a mere €3 each. There was local bars and shops very close to the hotel also. Taxi's from San Antonio ranged between €8 to €12 which when split is a fair price, however taxi's charge you more if the hotel calls them to the hotel, so we walked up the road and flagged taxi's down most of the time. The hotel is on the beachfront with a few bars close to it.
Personally I found the rooms very basic and probably the most uncomfortable bed that I've ever slept on. Tip - Take a card the size of a bank card or gym card etc etc and put that in the machine...it keeps the air con flowing all day! The views from the balcony were great, especially when sunset occurred.
As all inclusive only certain food and drinks are included in the price. Most spirits and Cruz Campo (Spanish lager) was included as were the normal soft drinks and slush puppies (which were amazing!). Bottled beers had to be bought as did certain spirits. The lunch and dinner had a lot of choice, especially for children with burgers, nuggets, chips etc to choose from. Different soups were there everyday and the salad bar was huge!
Nightlife - Although this hotel had groups of young lads and ladies i think this a hotel more suited to couples or families. There was evening entertainment which was terrible but if you are going with kids they would probably love it, plus it keeps them entertained whilst you can relax! The nightclub 'Space' was the furthest from the hotel, a €35 taxi. All the big clubs charge but are definitely worth it, especially Es Paradis for the water party and Ibiza Rocks hotel when an act is on. Most clubs are €30 - €75 for entry so bare this in mind if you would like to go to most/all of them.
The bar staff were friendlier than the reception staff, who I found to be quite rude. Whilst we were there there was a power cut at the hotel and I overheard people staying at the hotel say that their safe had been opened with a lot of money taken. From what I saw I didn't like the reception staff's manner of dealing with it 'well call the Police, what can I do' kind of attitude.
I would recommend the hotel overall to families and couples but as I mentioned, for a young group I think there are better hotels in San Antonio that would be more appropriate.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Fiesta Hotel Milord is an ideal setting for a peaceful holiday for couples, families or friends. Located on the seafront and close to many leisure options, the hotels boasts beautiful views of the San Antonio Bay. Its comfortable and modern facilities and wide variety of services combined with its spectacular gardens and privileged location, make the Fiesta Hotel Milord the perfect choice for an unforgettable stay on the island of Ibiza. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Milord Hotel Ibiza
- Fiesta Hotel Milord Ibiza, Spain