Boutique Hotel opened in 1933, with 33 exclusive rooms, an excellent restaurant & lounge bar, Sabbaba, and a Rooftop Bar. The neo-colonial building is located in the historic district and is inscribed on the World Heritage List (UNESCO).
The hotel has been a star and a witness to everything that has happened on the island in the last 80 years. Its location, 20 meters from the port, and its grand colonial façade have welcomed and accommodated tourists of all kinds over the course of its lifetime. Moreover, as the city’s first hotel, it is the birthplace of Ibiza’s original Tourism Office and its history is linked to early tourism on the island.
The first tourists arrived in Ibiza in 1933. The hotel, the first on the scene, became the main gateway to the island for those looking to immerse themselves in its unique and magical surroundings.
Art & Hippie Move
In Europe, the 1950s usher in an artistic explosion. Celebrities such as Orson Welles, Pink Floyd, and Carolina de Mónaco stay at the hotel. In the 60s and 70s, the hippie movement gathers pace and spreads to all four corners of the globe. Ibiza is no exception.
In the good old 80s, music and psychedelia hit Ibiza without warning, like a tsunami. Ibiza soon becomes the world's principal party destination, and two little cherries light up the night for thousands of revellers, including everyday people and celebrities alike.
The hotel enjoys a prime location in the city centre. Discover the island’s rich history with a visit to Dalt Vila, a World Heritage Site, with its 16th century Gothic cathedral and its charming narrow side streets.