Furnished mostly in wood, Hotel Ibiza's double-decker family rooms on the fourth floor can be a bit jaded and battered – not all the lights work and the furnishings can be frayed. The rooms can also be cramped when the double sofa-bed is in use, while some can smell of cigarette smoke. The TVs don’t seem to work and the WiFi can be temperamental, but is generally sufficient to watch Netflix or Amazon Prime. Still, these fourth floor rooms do have big south facing windows and balconies with views of the mountains.
Both Hotel Ibiza's breakfast and dinner buffets are broad and very generous. You can pretty much eat as much as you want. Breakfast always features a good fruit salad, as well as hot food, cereals, croissants and other pastries, fruit juices, yoghurts, donuts and the like. For dinner, there are generally imaginative and fresh salads, tasty quiches, fresh bread, appealing meat and fish dishes: the lamb chops, raclette and plump king prawns are among the highlights. You can top it all off by selecting a rich and creamy desert from an extensive selection, as well as cheese and biscuits. The only complaint might be that the cheeses aren’t always ripe. Wine and beer costs extra, but is competitively priced at 6 euros for a pint and 9 euros for a 50cl carafe.
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