The Casa Luis has a friendly set-up, boasting a traditional Spanish restaurant and a couple of swimming pools. It’s only 10 minutes’ walk from a marina lined with bars and eateries, too.
The Casa Luis is in a quiet spot, 15 minutes’ walk from Santa Eulalia’s Blue Flag beach. There’s a marina between the two, where you’ll find rows of luxury yachts and a string of bars and restaurants.
The apartments are all set up for cooking – each one has a kitchenette with a fridge, a hob and a microwave. There’s a little supermarket at the hotel, and a bigger one just five minutes’ walk away.
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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This place is open for dinner, where you can choose dishes like paella and Italian pasta dishes from the menu.
2 outdoor pools
The pools take centre stage at these apartments, surrounded by sunbeds and parasols, they also come with a section for the kids.
Green Banana bar
You can choose to read the papers or make use of the free Wi-Fi.
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1 bedroom apartment with balcony or terrace
1 bedroom apartments can sleep up to 4 with a twin bedroom and 2 sofa-beds in the lounge. They come with an equipped kitchenette which features a fridge, microwave, tea or coffee making facilities and a toaster.
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Very good for the price resort is lovely will be back . Hotel is in a good position for beach and restaurant . We did not stay round pool we liked the beach better pool did not look that big and was full of young kids who all looked like they were having fun , we had a breakfast last day and was very nice would do b&b next time , looking to book next year ....More
Excellent little family-run hotel. Highly Recommended
This was not my first trip to Ibiza, having done all the Club 18-30 thing in San Antonio many years ago. This time, my partner and I decided to stay at the quieter side of the island, booking 7 nights at Casa Luis through Jet2holidays.com. We went in May 2016 and the entire holiday cost us just over Â£500 which was an absolute bargain. We wanted a holiday that was relaxed but with just the right amount of fun, so with Casa Luis being popular with families with children we figured that there would be less party-animals there but still a few people like us, in our early 30's who were up for a drink and a laugh when the sun goes down. Thankfully, we weren't wrong! We arrived at Casa Luis about 11pm after the kitchen had closed but they still cooked us a lovely meal when we told Luis that we had just got there and was hungry. The food prices are very reasonable and the food is good! The rooms are nice too, we got an apartment room on a self-catering basis so we had a fridge, cooker, microwave, kettle etc, cable TV, shower, air-con and a balcony with the twin beds in a seperate room. Very comfortable, very clean and cosy. The TV channels are a mix of Spanish, English (BBC News and BBC World) and German as far as I could tell, with plenty of radio stations thrown in for good measure. Breakfast is very good with lots of options, I paid extra for this and it wasn't expensive. I particularly recommend the eggs benedict with coffee! That was probably the tastiest breakfast I have had in a long time! There are two pools although we only used one which is in the main part of the hotel. It is a decent size with a seperate kids part. Daytime activities include rifle shooting (great fun although I was appalling at it!), various sporting tournaments and music. Evening entertainment is great with something on every night from general knowlege and music quizzes, karaoke (which again, I was appalling at!) and live performances from local and international artists. The entertainer for that year was called Leonie and she was excellent, a really fun African girl who livened things up every day. Her local knowledge was impressive too. Drink prices are very reasonable and there is a large range of options, plus a 2-4-1 happy hour. The whole staff roster are in incredible team. I don't remember many names apart from the owner Luis (obviously), the entertainer, Leonie (a whilwind of a girl, who loves and is amazing at her job!) and there is an English barmaid/waitress who has lived in Ibiza for 25 years and she is really nice and very professional with almost native local knowledge. Everyone we met was fantastic, professional and friendly. Casa Luis is situated on the road out of Santa Eulalia but it's only a short walk to two big supermarkets, the marina and town. I recommend going to the marina on a Weds where you can get a ferry to Es Cana and visit the Punta Arabi Hippy Market! (that's a great day out, ill get around to writing a TA review about it one of these days!) The supermarkets nearby are well worth a visit if you are on a budget. On the same road travelling out of town there is a big Eroski which is very, very cheap, but if you cross the main road there is a much nicer one called Mercadona which is just as cheap (24 cans (330ml) of decent lager for less than â¬5!!) the food in both are also very cheap and good quality. I would definitely stay at Casa Luis again and I have recommended it to other people. It's a nice place and both my boyfriend and I agree that this hotel made our first foreign holiday together very special indeed.More
My sister & I enjoyed a lovely relaxing holiday here last yr. The hotel is family run & very friendly staff. Ideal for families with young children too,as entertainment was very good,day & night. The only problem we had was there isn't a lift ! We enjoyed santa eulaia as a place, wonderful marina & plenty restaurants. We also spent a few days over at escana,a short bus ride away. Fabulous beaches at both & hippy market at escana well worth a visit. We enjoyed it so much we are looking to go again this yr.More
Attentive well run and great value
Family orientated , very friendly , great value and lots of entertainment spotless clean with an onsite restaurant readable prices , in an ideal location to Santa Eulallia Puerto Deportivo harbour with lots of restaurants and bars , and away from the hustle and bustle of San Antonio ,More
Good value for money
Clean rooms. Only 3 floors so noise was too a minimum. Excellent food and a very good choice and prices very reasonable. We would not normally eat in hotels so I can recommend the food Staff were very friendly and helpful. In a good location. More
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