Sensatori Resort Ibiza is in a standout spot on the White Isle. It comes with a great beachfront setting and brilliant sunset views.
Sensatori Resort Ibiza is in sleepy Cala Tarida, on the west coast of the island. It overlooks a sandy beach and the Mediterranean Sea and, because it's set on a hillside, it enjoys some of the best sunsets in the Balearics.
The whole place has been designed to make the most of the views. There’s a rooftop bar, which offers uninterrupted views of the sun setting behind the sea in the evenings. It’s a great spot to relax with a cocktail after dinner.
The resort has a look and feel that’s in keeping with the natural beauty of the local area. Low-rise buildings are painted chalk-white, and accents of local cobbled stone are present throughout the complex. Read more ››
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Luxury holidays designed to fuel the senses
- Standout pool scenes
- At least 4 restaurants
- Great sports line-ups
- Industry leading children's facilities
- Top entertainment
- World-class spas
Food & Drink
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Buffet breakfast and lunch in main restaurant. Dinner included in 4 of the 6 eateries. You can pay a bit more for meals in the other 2 restaurants, too. A selection of premium drinks from 10.30am until midnight. Snacks at set times.
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Evening entertainment programme
You can expect West End-style shows, top tribute acts, contemporary and classical musicians and Play House live with shows and games for children.
Sunset Mediterranean restaurant
This sea-view place deals in local cuisine, with dishes like black rice paella. Just so you know, men need to wear long trousers or smart, tailored shorts in the restaurants.
Play House children's club
At the Play House, daytime activities are anything but ordinary thanks to the Silly Science Lab, Crazy Kitchen and the Arts and Crafts Zone. Evenings, meanwhile bring parties and movies, plus, you can pay a little extra for sleepovers. Free supervised sessions for 3 to 12 year-olds are available 6 days a week for an hour or two. You can use the facilities as a family with our special 'stay and play' sessions, available 7 days a week. All staff hold UK-accredited childcare qualifications.
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Family Room with Sliding Door and Cot
These family rooms invite you in with their cool tones and modern furnishings. They have a double bed with 2 further single beds separated by a sliding door. Plus you'll also find air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, and a flatscreen TV included.
Adults Only Double
These bright, modern adults only double rooms come with a balcony for that bit of fresh air. Plus you'll also have air-conditioning, Wi-Fi, and a flatscreen TV included. These rooms are located in the adults only area of the resort.
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Even better than we hoped
Despite the varying reviews on here, we booked a 10 night holiday through Thomson. We arrived expecting the worst scenario; a long queue for check in and our room not being available. How wrong we were. We were fortunate to be at the front of the queue and were checked in within 15 minutes of arriving at the hotel and our room was ready. We have no idea how long it took for everyone to get checked in but I saw 4 members of staff behind reception working hard all with friendly smiles so I would have thought you wouldn't be waiting for long. Even if you were, you're greeted with a glass of sparkling wine, or fruit juice to get you into holiday mode and there's ample seating should standing in a queue be too troublesome. Suitcases are taken care of by the staff and are taken to your room for you which is handy considering how vast the resort is. We treated ourselves to an adult only swim up room which was situated in block 7. We couldn't fault it. There's a little hallway where the bathroom leads off from and opens up into the bedroom/lounge area. From the lounge, you have a little patio with table and chairs and then decking with two sunbeds, another table and parasol, along with a ladder into the pool. The pool isn't heated but we felt after sitting in the sun for a bit, it didn't need to be heated as it was nice to cool down. This block isn't overlooked by other buildings and just has a sloped pathway going past the bottom of the pool - the pool is much higher up so you do have a fair bit of privacy. Also, with the parasol open, you won't have any guests staring at you over their balconies. In addition, each decked/patio area has substantial hedging which acts a barrier between each room. The room is well appointed. The bed is firm and the pillows comfortable. The bathroom is spacious and has a walk in shower with ample space for your toiletries. The lounge area has a three seater sofa and a footstool which makes lounging in front of the TV or reading a book very comfortable. The food is delicious. Some of it is a bit greasy, some is a bit salty but from experience, that is fairly common even for more expensive 5 star hotels. Sure, it's not Michelin star food but it's varied, flavoursome and nutritious. If you have allergies or more specific dietary requirements, let the restaurant manager know and they'll take you around showing food you'll be okay with and food to avoid. For those who have wheat allergies or gluten intolerance, they do have free from breads and pasta, just ask and they'll get it prepared. It may take 10 minutes, but you're on holiday so there's no rush. Also soya, almond and lactose free milks are available. (I took some oat milk of my own which was handy for cups of tea in our room, and fresh milk is available at the hotel shop for €3.50 for 1.5 litres.) What I found impressive was there is a children's part of the buffet which is at their height and decorated with fresh produce to make it look fun and appealing. I think this was a great idea and the first hotel I've seen this. All of the staff we interacted with were helpful and friendly and couldn't do enough for you. There were moments of miscommunication but nothing to complain about, more to do with my pronunciation than anything! In particular, Juan Carlos Ritz in the restaurant who was so professional and knew our drink order before we even asked, Sonia at the front of the restaurant who is always so happy and great with the children and the chaps who showed you to your table (I couldn't get their names because they walk so fast!). Also, Ana, the maid who clearly takes pride in her work and was so kind and helpful. Finally to Judit who arranged a bottle of sparkling wine and fruit skewers to be sent to our room on our day of arrival which certainly helped get our second attempt at a honeymoon off to a great start. Between the hotel and the retreat, there is a shop which sells everything and anything. If you're limited on baggage allowance, you could ditch your toiletries and buy them here. A bottle of shampoo was €4.50 which given the exchange rate isn't too far off the mark. They also have some beachwear, light clothing, trainers, flipflops, toys, some snacks and of course a full range of souvenirs.More
Well have just returned from this hotel and well I would go back. Holiday started badly from booking it, originally booked to fly from Gatwick but this was changed to bristol, which incur us a three hour drive, but TUI payed our parking. On arrival at hotel our room wasn’t ready but we did get there early, the wait wasn’t long and a drink at the main pool bar helped while away the time. Room was great (swim up room) is was our honeymoon, and it was nice to spent some time at the main pool and then afternoon in our own semi private pool area. Room was service very day to a high standard no complaints. Food in the main buffet restaurant was nice, different selection of things to keep you going for more. Staff in this restaurant kept a tight ship getting everyone a table even when very busy. We ate at el Torres a Italian restaurant on site and is part of the hotel which while you don’t have to pay extra for you have to reserve, it gets very busy especially with young families, but food is excellent. Sunset restaurant again within the hotel has to be reserved and get very busy but the tapas food is excellent. Did treat ourselves to a pay extra restaurant within the hotel at le souk North African/ Asian, food was amazing, service was great very attentive made the night special. One down side is when we were walking to breakfast the smell of a sewage farm was quite strong in some parts of the hotel, I wouldn’t have been happy in one of the room close to this place, but thankfully we weren’t. Would we come back in a heart beat, we are considering coming back next year. More
Amazing resort catering for families and couples
We only stayed 3 nights but wish we stayed longer to try some of the other restaurants and activities. Resort has everything you need with the retreat area being a favourite of ours in the afternoon where you could easily grab a bite to eat & a drink by the pool. Rooms were modern and very clean however ours was on the 3rd floor which was difficult with the stairs all the time. The rooms with direct pool access looked great (not sure if they cater for families though). My girls aged 14 & 13 loved the activities and wifi and the food at the buffet was very good. The sunset bar was amazing for drinks some nights with a DJ. The sunset restaurant was quite busy the night we went and even though the food was good (tapas) the paella was not great and the service was extremely slow.More
Jane S, 255100
I have no idea where to start. We came here as a mini honeymoon at the end of September and became a little worried due to some of the reviews and after what we paid for I did wonder what we was going too. We didn't get to the hotel until 3am due to our night flight but checked in easy, our bags were waiting for us at the door. We had booked a swim up room and our room was lovely and large with a brilliant area around the pool (we wouldn't get a swim up room again as we didn't get our money worth but they are ideal if you like the quiet life and not mixing) Food - I have been on many all inclusive holidays but I have never had food like this. I'm normally a picky eater on holiday but I tried everything. Fresh fish, meat and also a joint every day. Also the wok station - which was beautiful. There is plenty. I like how you got a bottle of drink with your meal and not just a glass. We booked to go out the hotel but cancelled cos we liked the food that much. This might be normal standards in these type of hotels but I thought it was that extra step for 4 To 5 star. We haven't got kids but we didn't have to be around families if we didn't want too. We ate in adult areas and also went to the adult pool. By the time we went out at night hardly any children were about but if you don't want to be near children there are plenty of places to go. We had the most amazing honeymoon and couldn't thank the brilliant staff enough. One week certainly wasn't enough and we are looking at going back for two weeks next summer. The piano bar - Jon & Dom were fantastic and made our nights perfect. Thank you Sensatori Ibiza. We will be returning. More
Amber S, 187066
Not a 5-star hotel by a long way
The hotel complex itself is nice enough, yet marred by Thomson's overall management of the holiday, the hotel's incessant charging extra for add-on items and inconsistent staff attitudes. This is labelled as all-inclusive yet to our disgust, the mini bar was an add-on, no owned beach so parasols and loungers, another charge. Dinner at the chargeable (€40 per head!!) restaurants were extortionate (in comparison to other all-inclusive resorts we have stayed at). Return private taxi booked, no communication at all on departure time. Seats were changed on check-in by Thomson, meaning all babies and children sat together. Our baby slept throughout the flight yet other toddlers screaming, which meant a domino effect causing huge distress to other passengers, attitude of flight staff very flippant with no customer care. If you have children, you are treated like second-class citizens...there are segregated areas for adults only, and the families are provided with the lesser offering of seating at the restaurants...very confused hotel, you're either adult only or not! Air conditioning was poor, I think I blew colder air! The alcoholic, local drinks were watered down with a charge for branded drinks Generally, this was an expensive 'supposed-to-be 5-start' experience, yet failed on a lot of areas and needs management review of their commercial and charging arrangements, hugely disappointing for our baby daughter's first time abroad. We compare it to the Cornelia Deluxe in Belek, Turkey - that is a far greater standard for lower price (granted that Ibiza is more expensive generally), but the inclusiveness and general overall experience could be taken from this resort. Insotel, you need to sort out this hotel and be clear about who your audience is Thomson, huge let down and disappointment with shocking customer experience in the treatment of us, very unlikely to use you again.More
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This resort is located on a steep hill with no lift access to the main blocks.