Ushuaïa Beach Hotel, a party hotel with a party suite

The Ushuaïa Beach Hotel is located in Ibiza, in the Balearic Islands in Spain. This hotel, located right on the beach, is designed for parties.

Party on the beach.

The hotel is designed for parties and for guests who visit the island for its beaches, music, sea, sun and parties. Parties with the most popular DJ’s can be organized on the hotel’s own beach and in the swimming pool.

Décor.

This Ibizan hotel is decorated with designs inspired by nature. The hotel itself is formed by several bungalows. Each bungalow has a maximum of three floors. The hotel is open from May until October.

Rooms.

There are 236 rooms at the hotel. All rooms are double rooms with a minimum of décor and have a technologically advanced bathroom, chromotherapy lights, aromatherapy fragrances and thick curtains that block out the lights after a hard night partying. For an extra price guests will be able to choose their own eiderdowns and pillows, enjoy a thick bathrobe and fluffy towels for the pool and have their own small refrigerator filled with snacks in their rooms.

The Double Standard rooms have a double bed and a bathroom with a shower, a laptop sized safe and an iPod dock. The Double Superior rooms are larger and have the same amenities, and the double bed can be transformed into two twin beds. Prices are between 200 and 300€ per night.

The Swim Up rooms have a private terrace with direct access to the swimming pool that flows around the hotel like a river. Price is around 410€ per night.

The Suites at this hotel have views towards the sea, a queensize bed, a 50 inch television screen and a bathroom with a jacuzzi. Guests who stay in these rooms will be able to check in without having to wait and the price includes transport to and from the airport. Price is 550€ per night.

The Presidential Suite has views towards the beach and the sea. This suite is the largest suite at the hotel, with a bedroom, decorations designed by known brands and a bathroom with a jacuzzi. Price is around 745€ per night.

The Pioneer Suite offers guests a new concept. This suite is a party suite in a party centered hotel. The walls are thick and soundproof and the suite is equipped with the latest Pioneer sound system. Guests will be able to organize parties with DJs at the suite and a VIP service is available for these guests.

Swimming pools.

The hotel has several pools and sun decks where guests can relax in Balinese hammocks and Jacuzzis. One of the swimming pools is oval shaped and another one looks like a river that flows through the hotel. There is a gym with several machines and a spa with massage rooms, hairdressers and skin treatment centers.

Events.

Many events are organized in the main hall of the hotel, including parties with DJ’s, fashion catwalks and live concerts. The hotel can organize all kinds of events, such as celebrations and private parties.

Restaurant.

The Beach Club is the hotel’s restaurant where guests can enjoy a buffet breakfast that is included in the price of the room. Every night guests can enjoy samples of Mediterranean cuisine at the restaurant. The Magic Chill and Garden restaurant serves a la carte breakfasts with views towards the pool. The Magic Garden serves salads and refreshments during the day and guests can enjoy a barbecue. The hotel’s other restaurant is the U Sushi and Teppanyaki which serves traditional Japanese food, which guests can enjoy in the oriental lounge and in the Zen garden.

Boutique.

The hotel has its own boutique store, the U Fashion Boutique, where guests can buy accessories and clothes. There is air conditioning and WiFi in all the hotel.

Location.

The hotel is located near the Playa d’en Bossa beach, between the airport and the island’s capital. Guests can enjoy many water sports activities on the beach and there are many bars and clubs. Ibiza is not only about crystal waters, parties that last all night and shops everywhere. Guests can visit the natural landscapes and the caves, go inside the XIVth century Cathedral and walk around the traditional towns and cities.

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