Destination of the week: Ibiza

Summer would be complete if we didn’t take a pit stop at one of the busiest and most visited islands during the summer, Ibiza. Ibiza may be one of the top party destinations in the world and known for its infamous clubs, but look behind the veil and you’ll also find an Ibiza where fun, luxury and tranquillity form a perfect union.


Away from the main resorts and town, the island still has a gentle and rural charm and about half the island still remains covered by thick woods, which is why Ibiza and the nearby island of Formentera to its south are called the Pine Islands. Ibiza’s quiet beaches mean you have escape from the party life and time to enjoy some tranquillity in the sun.


Back in the 1960’s hippies first began to discover Ibiza’s idyllic beaches; tourism soon progressed, as it became a mix world heritage site due to Ibiza City's architecture and island rich sea life.

Ibiza Old Town

There are many great places to stay in Ibiza, but all are unlike the unique, amazing and luxurious Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza. At the Hard Rock hotel Ibiza you really are treated like a superstar, you can relax in world-class surroundings, sleep in accommodations decorated with music memorabilia,  indulge yourself in its unique features and be pampered to your core.  

Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza

There is never a dull day at the Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza, located right on the beachfront in Playa d'en Bossa, this modern hotel has a large open-air stage hosting prestigious weekly concerts. These concerts feature world famous artists like Ellie Goulding, Jason Derulo, Snoop Dogg and more.

Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza

If concerts aren’t really your scene then you can occupy yourself at the hotels 2 outdoor pools, the spa with a hot tub and sauna and the hotels gym. In addition, there is also an exclusive private beach club with beach bar next to the hotel, and a range of chill-out areas.

Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza Spa

To get the full Hard Rock Ibiza experience we recommend staying in the Rock Star Suite. Enjoy stunning beach from views in this amazing 165 square- meter space roof-top suite that features a grand living room, Large designer sofas, wide bar with MaxiBar and 52" flat-screen satellite TV, and a large 14 square-meter dining room featuring beautiful designer furniture. There are also additional features which include an office and a separate service entrance with direct access to the living room. Through the living room you can access the suites spectacular outdoor terrace featuring a huge round Jacuzzi with a chill-out furnished area.

Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza Rock Star suite terrace

Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza Rock Star suite

The main and double bedrooms take the luxury level up to 11. The main bedroom has a gorgeous round bed and 46" flat-screen satellite HDTV, a video games console, private access to a spacious bathroom outfitted with a huge round Jacuzzi, over-sized showers and fitting room. The double bedroom has twin beds with ‘Sleep like a Rock’ 300-thread-count cotton linens and includes a 42" flat-screen HDTV, games console, private access to a generously sized bathroom featuring double vanities and an over-sized shower with Whirlpool tub.

Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza Rock Star suite

Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza Rock Star suite

It doesn’t stop there the room comes with VIP services provided by the hotel's Rock Royalty Crew, which include free airport shuttle service, VIP check-in, use of a private Balinese bed in the hotel's Beach Club, VIP access to Ushuaïa Up skylounge and events (upon request), priority reservations to Ibiza's hottest clubs and restaurants (upon request).

Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza Rock Star suite

Once you’ve settled in head over to The Beach Club where you can enjoy a wonderful meal from the comfort of your table, whilst surrounded by ocean views so splendid you'll feel like you're in a wonderful dream. The menu features rich an inviting authentic Mediterranean cuisine that is so satisfying we guarantee you’ll be back for more.

The Beach Club

The Beach Club

If you love the beach then you’ll love the tempting waters of Cala de Boix; if you go back on to the main road, the next turn will find you at the golden sand beach and turquoise waters of the Es Figueral resort.  A little further on and you’ll be at another beach paradise called S'Aigua Blanca, this is not for the timid or faint hearted as clothing is optional here. Each of these beach areas are the perfect place for you and your loved ones to unwind and enjoy the quitter side to Ibiza.


Embark on a little adventure and try some water sports while your own vacation, and don’t worry we’ve got the perfect thing for you. Scuba Ibiza is based at Marina Botafoch in Ibiza City, this five star dive centre runs a full range of courses, which include three-hour intro sessions to the four-day Open Water Diver (€399). The dive centre also offers great speciality courses like under-water photography and wreck. You will be diving in dive sites such as the pristine Freus Marine Reserve.

Scuba Ibiza

It would fully be a trip to Ibiza without experiencing some of the islands history and heritage and where better to start than the islands cathedral. Inside the cathedral, the Museu Diocesà contains centuries of religious art that will certainly leave you in awe. Upon looking at the cathedral, it may not be obvious but it elegantly and successfully combines several different styles: the original 14th-century structure is Catalan Gothic, but the sacristy was added in 1592 and in the 18th a major baroque renovation took place.

Ibiza Catedral

Catedral Inside

Another great site to visit is the Museu d'Art Contemporani (MACE), the museum  resides within an 18th century store and armoury and is a showcase for contemporary art. There is a vast majority cultural beauties and wonders for you to lay your eyes upon from the drawings by Ibizan artist Marí Ribas Portmany to the amazing Japanese prints and photographic works. The museum also has an archelogical site where visitors are able to see Ibiza's history through the ages – from the Phoenecians to the Islamic period.



Known to many as the home of electronic music and famous for its nightlife it’s only right that we include one of its hottest nightclubs. Going strong since 1973, Pacha is Ibiza's original and one of its best club attractions. Immense in size, Pacha can hold up to 3000 people;  the main dance is a sea of mirror balls where deep techno is played, whereas on the terrace, the music is more relaxing. There is no way you can have a bad night out with the likes of EDM star David Guetta working the decks at Thursday's F*** Me I'm Famous, Steve Aoki’s play house on Wednesdays and much more.

Pacha Ibiza