First look at Mondrian Ibiza
I was lucky enough to stay at Mondrian Ibiza as it opened its doors for an eight-week pre-season preview ahead of the hotel’s official opening in spring 2024. Located overlooking Ibiza’s beautiful Cala Llonga beach, Mondrian Ibiza is a luxury lifestyle hotel offering 154 spacious guest bedrooms, three innovative dining destinations, design-led communal spaces, expansive terrace with 360 degree views of Ibiza’s prettiest beach, two swimming pools, DJs, poolside bars and laid back beach vibe.
Also opening next door is Hyde Ibiza, offering 401 guest rooms, boho chic aesthetic, day club with cabanas, cocktails and international DJ sets, chiringuito-style beach club and vibrant pool scene.
Culinary offerings include NIKO, a classic Japanese restaurant, the Perq day to night coffee bar, Sun & Moon cocktail bar and Cuyo, the ocean-to-table Mexican-inspired signature with a vast terrace overlooking the stunning beach and dense pine forests of Cala Llonga. Plans are also afoot for an exclusive club to open on site in time for the full 2024 season launch, offering grown up clubbers the chance to party in this idyllic Ibizan location.
The new Ibiza hotels are Ennismore’s, the hotel’s owner, first ventures on Ibiza and reflect the group’s significant growth in the region, with 15 hotels due to open in Europe in 2023.
It’s hard to choose the best hotel in Ibiza because there are so many options, each offering visitors something different depending on when they’re travelling, who they’re travelling with and what they want to experience when planning a trip to Ibiza. But if you’re looking for a slice of cool on the more chilled eastern side of the island, Mondrian Ibiza is a fantastic option. Price-wise, it’s more expensive than Hyde but both are offering attractive discounts at the moment if you book your 2024 trip early.
Bedrooms are well designed with stylish interiors, some with balconies overlooking the beach, the communal areas are calming and super cool – I particularly loved the deep blue and gold reception desk – the food offering is excellent and you’re far enough away to escape the crowds but well located if you want to head to Ibiza Town, Santa Eularia des Riu or inland to the laid-back Ibizan village of Santa Gertrudis de Fruitera (well worth a visit). When you get tired of sitting by the pool, there’s direct access onto Cala Llonga beach where you can take in some authentic Balearic beats at La Casa on the Beach, swim in the crystal clear waters of the Med or dine at super-chic Nun restaurant.
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