In a peaceful spot next to a wide sandy beach, the Sirenis Hotel Playa reveals a quieter side of Ibiza.
Poke your head inside the Sirenis Cala Llonga Resort, and you'll spy a bright and bold colour scheme. Bucket-style armchairs range from lime-green to hot-pink in the lobby, and the rooms are finished with splashes of warm Suneo orange.
This hotel perches on the side of a steep hill, so the climb to the front door is rewarded with show-stealing views over the white-sand beach and pine forests.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
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2 outdoor pools
With sunbeds and parasols, plus sections especially for little ones.
International buffet restaurant
For breakfast, lunch and dinner and show cooking.
Daytime and evening entertainment programme
With evening shows taking place every night.
Rooms ► View all
Deluxe Suite with Balcony
Deluxe suites come with a balcony for that added outdoor space. They have an extra bed in the lounge area. You'll also find air-conditioning, Wi-Fi and a safety deposit box*.
Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony
These light and airy twin rooms come with a balcony that overlooks the ocean. They have an extra bed. And you'll also find air-conditioning, safety deposit box* and a TV.
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Overall very good
Just spent the week here (Imperial part of the hotel) and had a great stay. The hotel is in a nice location with beautiful views of the beach/bay. We were lucky to be in a room on the top floor with a huge balcony with amazing panoramic views. The staff are all lovely and work very hard to look after you and make you feel welcome. The food is fairly standard but a wide selection so there is always something you like. If you want a sunbed you need to be by the pool at 7am. No entertainment in the evening for the adult audience. Would recommend for anyone wanting a fairly peaceful stay in Ibiza as it's well away from the party resorts although the resorts of Ibiza town, Santa Eulilia & Es Cana are all within easy reach on the bus or by taxi. More
the little bay or cove was very nice
was a ok hotel I did not like garlic taste on most food burgers were ham burgers so I not like all so there were towels put on sun beds at 5am so when we went down to pool all were taken . entertainment was guy playing organ different most nights and kids music in other bar. stayed all inclusive staff were ok nice but on arrival they were a lot of us and only one receptionist on duty so took a while to get room wnen needing a drink lolMore
Myself and my husband stayed here for a week and had a pretty good holiday but not really because of the hotel. As we arrived we were told our room wouldn't be ready for another 40minutes I wasn't too bothered probably because you don't have to vacate your room until 12noon but my husband and few other people were annoyed about this delay. We stayed in the deluxe rooms in the imperial hotel room was very nice, modern and English channels on tv but tv sometimes played up, no fridge in room and balcony quite small, beds were very comfy with comfy pillows however sheets were creased and never ironed and can be uncomfortable, no bath which wasn't a huge disappointment although a bath now and again is nice, shower very good better than mine at home. Not a lot of storage space for clothes. Our room was directly above the kids pool and the constant water feature was so loud with the balcony door open we had to close it but air con is very good. Walking down to the pool area some of the hand rails weren't secure and could cause an accident, sun loungers weren't clean on our first day were told to get out the pool as it was closed until 10 we had missed this in the welcome brochure but made people around the pool giggle. Food was quite nice enough choice sometimes not very hot but are microwaves provided, drinks good portions bar tenders don't stop pouring unless you tell them. Service at the pool bars not the best one waiter would ALWAYS ignore us and we had to try and get his attention, once had to wait half an hour in the other snack area and left when people arriving after us were served. Entertainment in the daytime ok was fun watching the water polo in the pool which was taken very seriously! Not much for adults at night mainly children only stayed once and vacated out for the evening most nights. Visited Nikki beach would recommend for a day out amazing place well worth the money. Good place for families but personally would not go back. Hope this helps.More
HONEYMOON, VERY POOR, WOULD NOT RETURN
Returned yesterday, reception staff rude, very non accommodating, our honeymoon, we were given 2 single beds and a view of the car park. All Inc finishes at 12am, you are only allowed to order 1 drink at a time. Unless you are up at 5am to put a towel down on a bed you do not get one and are left to go to the beach and pay 18 euro per day for a lounger there, you are not allowed to take a drink from the bar, not even a cup of ice. Yet dogs can faeces and urinate on the beach. You are not greeted by a rep on arrival, you queue at reception and wait to see which one of the 3 hotels you will get, or like us you queue for 20 mins and then get told you are in the other hotel away from your friends and then move and queue again. You do not receive a welcome drink on arrival and or are shown where to go and the luggage is all down to you. We had advised the hotel it was our honeymoon and were still put in a room with single beds, on complaining I was told by the receptionist I was lucky I had a room. The safe is chargeable as are the pool towels. The Wi-Fi is very weak and most locations you cannot get a signal, checkout is midday, the minute you check out your Wi-Fi goes, we had a further 10 hours after check out without Wi-Fi. If you like being packed in like sardines round the pool you will be ok, you can hold hands with the person lying next to you or tickle the feet of the person in front of you, very enclosed and invasive, there is no space between beds and that is if you are up at 5am to put a towel on one. No inflatables allowed in the pool at all. We succeeded in getting beds by the pool on 2 mornings in 8 days and this was by setting the alarm for 6am and even then we were not poolside, the worst thing being that people are leaving towels on beds and then not using them till the sun starts to cool down around 6pm. There are no tea coffee facilities in your room, so take a travel kettle if you want a cuppa when you wake up. You are charged a tax on arrival at the hotel pp per day. we paid 7,70 each per person. One night the fire alarm went off 3 times and reception was full of people in nightwear and the hotel did not appear to have any idea what was going on and there was certainly no safety procedure adhered to. The restaurants are ok, the one in the Dorada is much more pleasant and less of a cattle market and is much quieter and relaxed to eat. There are some positives, which I will end with, the food is good and a good variety, we would highly recommend the trip to Formentera with the rips, don't do it yourself, it is cheaper but by the time you have paid bus fares and food you will wish like we did that we went with the reps. The water taxi is just off the beach and you can travel to local area freely. The maids were good, the restaurant staff and bar staff are lovely. The bus stop is local. The sea is shallow for quite a way so quite safe and life guarded. My only other tip if you go is take a club card or nectar card to put in air conditioning slot whilst you are out of your room so it stays nice and cool. One last thing the beds are comfortable and the hotel is clean. Sadly we will not be returning, Ibiza is beautiful and some fabulous places to see and visit, however the Spanish do not want to give you a memorable holiday, you are money and a room no. other holidays with First Choice including Morocco, Egypt, Dominican, Greece and such like are incredibly polite and helpful and want to ensure your return and you go home with wonderful memories, they simply cannot do enough for you. This was not the case at the Sirenis Cala Llonga Resort.More
Just the job
Just returned from a weeks holiday at this hotel. I've stayed I 3/4 and 5 star hotels and some of them not as good. We stayed in the older part the room was a bit on the small side not much cupboard space smallish bathroom but adequate with a decent shower tv on the wall and a half decent view clean towels every day except Tuesdays. The food was really nice both in the restaurant and especially the steak baguette. Drinks fine now the down side sunbeds if you don't get out for 7am you have no chance especially near the pool the beach have sunbeds €18 for 2 beds and parasol bit expensive every day there is a taxi boat €20 return to Ibiza town ques are big the town is small only takes 20 minutes to see it all few shops and bars The staff at this hotel are amazing bringing your drinks and food constantly all day and night the location is super it's getting busy as well left with the school holiday starting great for young kids no so much for teenagers the entertainment is well let's say they try but overall had a good holiday would return but not school holiday weeks More
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