With 2 pools and a walk-to beach, this hotel on Ibiza’s east coast scores highly with families.
Location-wise, this hotel hits the spot. A 2-minute walk takes you to the little sandy beach as well as Es Cana’s shops and bars.
The hotel’s buffet restaurant and entertainments team get lots of praise on TripAdvisor. Plus, there’s a pair of pools, sports and activities to keep you busy.
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Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 11.00-24.00. Coffee 16.00-17.30. Snacks available 16.00-17.30. Ice-cream 11.00-24.00.
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2 outdoor pools
With sunbeds and parasols.
We have a range of activities and games such as water gym, darts, volleyball and aerobics to name a few.
Offering hot and cold buffet breakfast, lunch and themed evenings, such as Mexican and Oriental. There are weekly gala dinners too.
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Twin Room with Pool View and Balcony
The twin rooms are a great base for exploring the local area, and they come with a balcony overlooking the pool. You'll get air-conditioning, a TV, a shower in the bath, and an extra bed.
1 Bedroom Family Room with Balcony
The spacious 1 bedroom family rooms are a great base for exploring the local area, and they come with a balcony, giving you that extra outdoor space. You'll get a twin bedroom, air-conditioning, a TV, a shower in the bath, an extra bed, and a child bed.
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50th Birthday Holiday 2017
Arrived at midnight so check-in took some time due to skeleton staff. All the same it was handled efficiently and very politely. Our room was not as expected. We paid extra to upgrade to a family room but the room we were given was a twin room with extra beds. I complained and was asked if I could come back in the morning. when we woke up we found that even though the room was smaller, it had a nice sea view at the front of the hotel so all would not have been lost if a change was not possible. Anyway after speaking to the manager, we were told that we were indeed in a family room but the travel agent shows pictures of the 'larger' family rooms of which there was only one on each floor! Luckily for us, one was becoming available and being cleaned at that moment. What's more, it was next door to the room we were in so not far to lug the cases. This room was far superior. spotlessly clean (as was the first one) and much bigger. It was almost like two rooms with the dividing wall taken away, sharing a bathroom and balcony. We overheard others complaing about the same thing during our stay. The maid came every day and gave the floor a quick clean, made/changed the beds and changed the towels if need be. The evening meal in the hotel was pretty good. It did get a bit repetitive mind you into the second week. In hindsight I wish we had eaten out more than the twice that we did. It would have broken it up. Some advice I will give, is if you do decide to eat out, try not to do so on the Mexican or Asian themed evenings as they were both very good. I would give the Gala night a miss though, unless you like instant mash made with too much water! The breakfasts were ok. The full English is never the same with streaky bacon and strange sausages, but there was plenty of other things to fill you up. Lunch was more of the same evening food. Towards the second week, I did try to cut down on the lunch as I could feel my ever expanding waistline getting out of hand. Snacks were served at the pool but were limited to burgers, hot dogs, or toasties. These were only between 4 and 6. I found this a bit restrictive, as eating at that time would spoil our evening meal. I think it should start earlier with a little more choice. That way some pool dwellers may choose it instead of the the Lunch. Drinks at the bar were ok. served in plastic during the day but glass in the night. The beer was Estrelle and the spirits were local. But with mixers who cares? The soft drinks and coffee were self service both by the pool and inside the dining room. You could also self serve wine and beer while dining. Entertainment at the hotel was generally pretty good. There was a differnt show most nights. I think we did see one or two twice and on one night there was just a quiz. The staff - bar, waiting, cleaners, reception were all very polite and helpful at all times Pools were both very clean although we only used the top one. There was plenty going on during the day for both adults and kids in the form of pool, and water games. Tip. if you are sitting at the top pool, try to avoid the sides of the pool behind the goals in water polo. It does get extremely competitive and the balls can come at you at a rate of knots when they are shooting for goal. We went the first two weeks of July. The first week was better as the hotel was quieter. The second week it got much busier with loads more kids. Not a problem if that's what you want, but for us, I think we would go a week earlier next time. Es Canar is lovely. I would definitely return. There are plenty of bars and restaurants and the beach is only a short walk away, although we did find a better one ten minutes walk away in Cala Nova. Tip. if you are planning on visiting the bach a lot, and require the use of a parasol, it may well be worth you buying one at the start. They range from 6 to 17 euros depending on size and are 6 euros to hire for one day.More
Invisa Ereso...INCREDIBLE EXPERIANCE!!!!!
Returned this morning after a brilliant ten day stay. Firstly the staff are absolutely amazing . They are all so hardworking and polite and work with such smiling faces. They never tire of making you feel welcome and nothing is too much trouble. They have an awesome teamwork ethos from the cleaners, bar staff, receptionists, maintenance, waiters and animation team. The hotel inside out it spotless. The food is very appetizing with a wide variety of options.The all inclusive ice creams and ice lollies are a treat including peanut butter magnums!!There are lots of activities for adults and children throughout the day and the animation team work extremely hard. You do have to que in the morning to get a sunbed and parasol but this is not due to the lack of beds its purely to obtain the position you would like to be in during the day. Your room is made up daily if you require with clean bedding and towels . If I am honest I do feel the evening entertainment needs some adjustments. The adult entertainment is only 1 hour long . In my opinion it lacks a little something.Maybe this is something the Hotel could look at for the future. Maybe even a little back ground music until midnight may suffice. When you have an afternoon or evening flight there is a facility to leave your cases and also to shower and change. your all inclusive us valid until you leave the premises. We had a fab time and would most defiantly recommend to family and friends... A few staff who stood out were Fernandoes and Juan...KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK..More
The best 3 star hotel we have ever stayed in!
We visited this hotel 4th -14th July as a party of 4 adults and a teenager (aged 17). I wrote to the hotel directly in advance (couldn't find an email address) to ask for a high floor, rooms together and facing the pool. I hadn't realised that the pool facing rooms were chargeable at a premium so didn't get that but we were allocated on the top floor (6th) and both rooms were together. Thank you Ereso. On arrival we were greeted by a friendly gentleman who quickly sorted out our all inclusive bands, tourist taxes and safe as our rooms were ready, which was welcome after a nightmare 3 hr transfer with Jet2!. He advised that the dining area was open for lunch so we decided to drop our cases in the rooms and head down for a bite to eat. Rooms - The rooms were spotlessly clean and maid service was every day (thank you Amporro!). They are environmentally friendly here so if you don't want your sheets/towels changed every day there's a little card you can leave on the bed to let them know on the days you are happy to have the beds re-made etc. The air conditioning was brilliant, like icicles. If you open the patio door it will knock itself off so you have to press the button to switch it back on again when you come back in and close the door. There is also a ceiling fan. It was so cold during the first night we woke up shivering so got the blankets out of the wardrobe. This isn't a complaint as the cold was welcome from the temperatures outside. Our room wasn't dated in my opinion as some other reviews have said however I had read in advance that the bathrooms from the top down had started to be refurbished and our bathroom was definately relatively new with a walk in shower. The shower was excellent most of the time but I found if having a shower around 6pm the cold water pressure was very low and sometimes stopped running altogether. Maybe lots of people are having showers then. Our room was also accessed with a key card and I noticed other guests still had actual keys for their rooms. The card wasn't affected by being kept next to a mobile phone as I kept it in my phone case and had no issues. I would comment about our balcony though as although it didn't bother us may annoy others. Our room (601) was in the corner at right angles with another wing of the hotel. Half of our balcony had a wall blocking it from the next balcony which I've included a picture of. There were also some awkward 'hellos' with our neighbours, we were that close. This situation would be the same in rooms 101, 201, 301, 401 and 501 so if this would annoy you you should ask for these rooms to be avoided. Plenty of wardrobe space and hangers and 3 drawers. There was also 2 small drawers in the dressing table and one on each side of the bedside cabinets. There is also a mini fridge built into the dressing table which was great for keeping our bottled water in. As others have said there is no kettle in the room but we took a travel kettle as you can't get tea or coffee until 8am otherwise. Food - we thought the food was excellent, better than 4 and 5 star hotels we have stayed in. Plenty of choice and the themed meals, gala dinner (with roast beef and yorkshire puds), Asian, Mexican (with a shot of tequila on entering the dining room), Indian, American and traditional Ibizan were a lovely idea. If you don't like what is on the themed menu there's still alternatives on offer so don't panic. My partner usually gets fed up with AI after about day 3 but we ate here every meal time apart from our last night, and that was a last night treat, so that says something. Drinks are self service. Wine and beer on tap along with fruit juices, fanta lemon, fanta orange, water, coke, diet coke and tonic water. Tea and coffee is only available in the dining room at breakfast although you can still get it at the bars outside of these times. The dining room can get very busy, particularly at lunch time. We went before the main school holidays so can imagine it getting even busier later in the season. The staff in the dining room are super efficient at clearing tables and re-setting them. Another nice touch is that if you're going out for the day you can order packed lunches at reception up to 8pm the night before to be collected in the dining room the following morning. We had a cheese roll, meat sandwich, cake, apple, orange, water and fruit juice. Because of the heat they come with a warning that they should be eaten within 4 hours. We had an early departure (7.30am) and they made sure we could get a drink and croissant/pastry before we left. Entertainment - Animation team work really hard but are not pushy if you don't want to join in. My partner has never joined in on previous holidays anywhere but did rifle shooting twice and played killer pool. We weren't fans of the evening entertainment and went out every night. The hotel entertainment finished at 10.40pm which is far too early when you're on holiday I think. Pools - The grand national run for sunbeds is true I'm afraid. I think people do it because of where they want to be and to get parasols rather than lack of beds as there were lots of larger groups. There are 2 pools, both with pool bars, and we preferred the main pool. Both are immaculately maintained every day. No inflatables are allowed but balls are which wouldn't have annoyed me if the people using them kept them in the pools. I got hit in the head at least 5 times. Lol. The water was lovely and warm and went from shallow to quite deep in both pools. The top pool has steps into it which may be beneficial for people with mobility issues. The main pool also has a chair lift. Bars - The main bar is the pool bar by the main pool which is open from 10.30 til 1am (AI until midnight). The lounge bar only opens from 9pm til midnight. We would have liked to have seen it open earlier (small criticism). A good range of drinks are available and measures are good. There are 3 cocktails on offer, tequila sunrise, love on the beach and pina colada. Don't be expecting sparklers and such like, they are quite basic but still acceptable and unusual for AI. My mother in law enjoyed the Baileys and Pernod alternatives and the beer was Estrella. Staff - All staff from cleaners, bar and restaurant staff were always very friendly. I must particularly mention the manageress who is totally on top of running this hotel. We saw her checking the pools, food and everything this else from 8am until late every day. She always had a smile and a hello for everyone and she even gave us some advice on places to visit. I have no doubt that the high standards at this hotel are entirely down to her. Overall this is an excellent value for money 3 star hotel. If you want sunbed towels, a kettle in your room and drink service at your table at meal times then book a 4 or 5 star hotel because as far as I can see this is pretty much the only difference and hardly worth the extortionate amount extra you would have to pay. I can see why this hotel is rated number 1 in Es Cana and also why people return regularly. We had a lovely holiday here and if we return to Es Cana wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.More
Very good all inclusive hotel
We have just got back from a week at this hotel. Yes it is a 3 star but a very good one, the foodhall was like any other as you expect at an all inclusive, but the food was always hot, tasty and plentiful, couldn't really fault it. The safe was 14 euros for the week, so what, and you had to buy water from the shop 30 yards away, again, pretty easy and cheap really. I thought the swimming pools were great, better than having just one ? and best of all, there was plenty of room around the pool area, so you could always find some space. The pool bar was also good, softdrinks, icecreams, beer etc. far better than some. I do find it stange that people complain about 3 star all inclusive hotels like this one, expecting free towels, water, tea coffee, safe etc. Some 4/5 star hotels don't always have this. We tend to always go somewhere different but if I was going back to this area, I would certainly use this hotel and would recommend it to anyone who was looking for a well priced holiday at a good hotel. Thoroughly enjoyed it.More
Good clean 3 star hotel but beware of hidden extras
We are currently coming to an end of a 1 week stay at the ereso and I wanted to write an honest review so people will see the full picture as we booked this on the basis of the reviews on this website. Firstly this is a good small 3 star hotel. If you have been used to staying at holiday villages then this may not be for you. The hotel is kept very clean and tidy and the staff and the entertainment crew work extremely hard. The bedrooms are small but adequate for your needs and are cleaned every day for us the beds were a little too hard but everyone is different. The food in the restaurant is the usual what you would expect to find at an all inclusive hotel but it is kept fresh and hot. The restaurant is only small and gets extremely busy we have gone out of season so I would imagine that this would be a nightmare in the school holidays. Now for the things that you do need to be aware of. There is no tea or coffee facilities in the bedrooms and if you are an early riser you will have to wait until 8 when the restaurants open. No bottled water is supplied you have to buy this over the bar for 2 euros a bottle. It is much cheaper in the little supermarket down the road. You need to bring your own towels as these are not supplied for the pool. The pool doors open from 8 to get sunbeds and it is like the grand national. Even out of season there is large queues and people actually run to try and reserve the spot they want. It's quite amusing to watch although if you want to lounge by the pool you need to be down for 8. The 2 pools are fairly small and they have a children's pool too. But they are ok to get into to cool off in the sun. There are hidden charges at this hotel that you need to be aware of. There is free wifi in the lounge and pool area which is fine.. you can pay extra to have wifi in your room but to be honest we still picked up the free wifi and check your mobile contract as a lot of companies now allow you to uses your data at no extra charge. If you want a safety deposit box then an extra charge is required for this too. We didn't bother and have had no issues. All in all it's been an ok stay. We are used to all inclusive holiday villages that do exactly that is said on the tin. Here there is a lot of hidden extras so if you are like us and are used to the 4 star plus holiday villages this may not be for you saying that the hotel has a loyal client base that return year after year. For us this was a cheaper get away to let my son relax after several weeks for exams and we are unlikely to return however judging by the reviews on here some people love it.More
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