Grand Palladium White Island is a luxury hotel in Playa d'en Bossa, a long stretch of sandy coastline on the southern edge of the Spanish Balearic island of Ibiza. The hotel is a short stroll from the sea, and is in a quiet area surrounded by other hotels and restaurants. It's part of a larger All Inclusive resort that also features the Grand Palladium Palace Ibiza Resort & Spa next door. The rooms are decorated with fresh and bright colours throughout. The hotel has an outdoor swimming pool in the middle of the grounds, which is surrounded by a sun terrace. When you stay at Grand Palladium White Island, you can also use the facilities at the neighbouring hotel as a part of the package. This hotel has two further pool areas, including a children's pool with water slides. You can also make use of its spa and wellness centre, which includes a whirlpool and sauna. The hotel has a pool bar where you can get drinks, sandwiches and snacks during the day. It also has a lounge bar. There's a buffet restaurant, as well as an a' la carte option. You also have access to the four a' la carte restaurants at the neighbouring hotel, as well as their kids' club. You can enjoy family entertainment, including shows and live music in the evenings. There's Wi-Fi throughout the public areas at the hotel and in the rooms. Reception is open 24 hours a day.
Grand Palladium White Island Resort & Spa is 1km from the centre of Playa d'en Bossa. The hotel lies at the southern end of Playa d'en Bossa beach, which runs up the coast for almost 3,9km towards the main resort of Ibiza Town, a bustling area that's popular with tourists. The beach is lined all the way along with hotels and restaurants. For a family day out, the Aguamar Water Park is within walking distance of the hotel. Here, you can spend the day swimming and enjoying the variety of slides on offer. The water park also has a cafe and a kids' play area. If you want to go exploring a little further, you can drive or catch a bus into Ibiza Town. As well as bars, restaurants and museums, you'll find a busy port and marina, where you can discover boutique shops selling souvenirs and other supplies.
The buffet restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The All Inclusive package includes dinner at any of the Grand Palladium Palace Ibiza Resort & Spa's four a' la carte restaurants, where you can choose from Mexican, Italian and Mediterranean cuisines. There's also a snack buffet in the afternoons.
The kids' clubs are for children aged 1 to 16 years old. You can enjoy daytime activities and a range of spa treatments.
All rooms come with a balcony or terrace and satellite TV. Air conditioning is included, and baby cots are available for young families.
Distance to city centre 5km
Distance to beach 0.05km
Distance to airport 5km
Address: +971396717, Carretera Playa D'en Bossa, S/N, Sant Jordi Ses Salines/Ibiza, Balearic Islands
Playa den Bossa, Ibiza, Balearic Islands
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We have visited this hotel 4 times in the last 2 years, did not want to give negative feedback, but the opportunity was there for you to contact me by email. A special holiday booked 20-27th August paid over 4,0000 euros for a suite room. The day before we were due to arrive I noticed no bookings were available on website. Very concerned I phoned and emailed the hotel, the response was ‘ everything is fine see you tomorrow’ Arrived very quiet but that was to be expected, room lovely. On the 22nd a letter was put under our door saying the hotel was closing on the 24th although we could still use the pool bar and swimming pool otherwise lobby and restaurant closed, we would have to eat at the hotel next door, The last paragraph said if we wanted to move to the linked grand palladium please see reception. I was so upset as there are no exact rooms at the grand palladium. We walked over the first day for a meal it was like a canteen no social distancing and the food was very limited very disappointed. I then complained to the duty manager who arranged bookings for the next 2 nights in the a la Carte restaurants. Food there was lovely but we skipped both breakfast and lunch opting to eat at the sports bar which only serves fast food. We then decided to leave a day early incurring a cost to do so and the manager said we would receive a refund, I emailed the reception with the booking details as requested. Have heard nothing and no refund after being promised 10 days ago.
I do understand the difficult times but 4,000 euros just wasted on a holiday. You could have given me the opportunity to rebook the day before we left but the email said everything was ok. The hotel was understaffed at the restaurant and food not as we knew it previously.
It is vey sad I have to make this negative comment we love this hotel but felt we have been completely misguided and after spending this amount of money did not get what we had paid for.
After we made the complaint a bottle of bubbly arrived in our room. Please do not ignore the fact we are still waiting for our refund, I am sure you will say you will pass the matter on, but I will make a formal compliant if I do not hear back from you ASAP.
Stayed at White Island for a week with my wife and baby son. We were a bit apprehensive about going after the quarantine rules plus reviews that things weren’t open at the hotel. However we have just returned and had a brilliant week. The hotel is spotless and there are teams of cleaners all over the place each day. Plus temp checks every time you go to one of the restaurants.
We ate in buffet a bit as we had the baby bit food was pretty good and service wasn’t as bad as some reviews make out. The a la carte
restaurants alternate opening nights. We ate in them both and they were really good. Couldn’t fault them at all.
Definitely recommend the hotel if you are considering it.
This is not a 5 star hotel, more likely a 3.5star. Understand that there’s precautionary measures due to the Covid, but the service really sucks at this hotel. Pay additional for amenities like spa and room service while this hotel isn’t cheap at all. A la carte restaurant can only be booked AT the guest service, not even by phone, so you’ll have to wait in line to do so. Buffet restaurants hardly any clean tables when you come after 9pm. No music at the outdoor lobby bar, bringing your own also not allowed. Taking food to the room for my husband who couldn’t walk due to illness, also not allowed. You only get four small bottles of water in the room each day, or pay to fill up the minibar. Big waste of money, there are way better 4 star hotels on Ibiza than this so called ‘5’ star. Never again!