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Venda de Portinatx, 62   07810 Portinatx , Ibiza   Islas Baleares  


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34 km Ibiza Airport

6.3 km Benirràs beach

9.6 km Sant Carles Church

10 km Las Dalias Street Market

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Barceló Portinatx - Adults only

4.5/5 Round Indicators
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    TommoTwin 09/20/2019 Couples

    “Beautiful isolated hotel, Reasonably priced, friendly staff”

    Hotel: The hotel is quite isolated and is located at the very end of Portinatx next to a small idyllic beach. The hotel itself is very pristine and would not look out of place in Santorini (very “instagramable”). We were greeted with a complimentary glass of champagne and a very friendly receptionist who checked us in nice and quickly providing full details of breakfast / evening meal times etc. The room was reasonably sized with a large balcony, a huge super king sized bed & ample storage for 2 people. The only criticism was the lack of cutlery & plates/dishes for anytime we wanted to self cater lunches (we stayed half board - this obviously isn’t much of an issue if you’re all inclusive) The hotel boasts 2 decked pool areas. One located next to the bar / outside dining area, the other located next to the wellness area. Both containing 3 Bali beds you can rent for the day for a small fee. Food: Breakfast & Evening Meals are buffet based, but they are genuinely delicious with A LOT of variety. I am personally not a buffet enthusiast but was happily converted to the food on offer here. Breakfast provided everything from your fry ups, pastries, fruit, oats and cereals, meats and cheeses, and smoothies / juices. Evening Meals provided a section for bread, sundries, various meats, pasta, vegetarian options, a daily large meat carvery, more meats and cheeses, a salad bar and desserts. The chefs are always in and out replacing plates running low on food and the waiting staff are extremely friendly. Especially found Monica and Javier to be very attentive, well mannered and hospitable. The lunch menu at the pool bar is also quite varied and reasonably priced if you’re not all inclusive. Also if you’re not all inclusive, Drinks are probably a touch expensive but we’re only talking €2 or €3 above what you’d pay in a bar within the town. A cocktail is setting you back €10, and the beer is bottled so you’re looking at €6 for a 33cl beer. Location: Portinatx is a very small and quiet town at the top of Ibiza, so there aren’t a lot of restaurants and bars. But what it lacks in culinary experience it more than makes up for in magnificent scenery! The crystal blue sea and white sand beaches set in the rocky coastline provide an ideal environment for relaxation. Overall, Barcelo Portinatx is a beguiling, tranquil hotel with the most welcoming personnel. Ideal for couples or friends looking for a peaceful holiday, away from the more livelier areas of Ibiza, but set on the most picturesque landscape the island could offer.
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    735janet Essex, United Kingdom. 09/19/2019 Couples

    “Disappointed.”

    We stayed here for 5 nights. We were very disappointed with the hotel. It was very expensive for what it was. Rooms were clean and bright but bathroom floor flooded every time we used the shower. Tiny wardrobe no drawers and no storage in the bathroom at all. Staff were great very friendly and helpful but there didn’t seem to be enough as they were so busy. No service around the pool which we would expect at this type of hotel.
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    lottiehulme London, United Kingdom. 09/19/2019 Business

    “A Peaceful Ibiza Oasis, A Far Cry From Club Beats”

    Barceló Portinatx, sitting on the northernmost point of Ibiza, a chic and incommunicado-esque area that swaps the thuds of Ibiza’s electronic music scene with the soothing whistles of waiting staff as they rustle you up a green smoothie. Pulling up at Barceló Portinatx doesn’t get more “I’m on holiday.” The Tetris like buildings glisten in white and the hotel lobby is punctuated with smiling staff and Prosecco-holding concierges. Like being in a snow globe, (‘cept it’s hot), Barceló Portinatx exists in a tranquil spot, enveloped by mountainous terrain that makes for idyllic sunset watching, and an ominous black and white lighthouse stands proudly nearby, a great place to hike to before you sink, slowly into your food-coma during a hearty buffet piling sesh. Barceló Portinatx is part of a hugely successful Spanish hotel chain, of which I’d visited the Madrid outpost, 5-star Barceló Torre de Madrid. Whilst Madrid’s Jaime Hayón designed treasure trove flaunted statement pieces, contemporary tones of powder pinks, sage greens and slate greys, Barceló Portinatx is more subdued with chic beachy undertones and bohemian vibes, like an Ibiza take on Scandi. Santorini-esuqe white, blues and woods make up the common areas and, overall, the hotel delights with its luxurious simplicity. There are two pools, set on different levels, which flirtatious, inviting sun beds wrap around and, of course, there’s a bar to top up your passionfruit mojitos. Feel like going all Marbella pool-party? Position yourself on a Balinese sunbed and get ‘gramming! The hotel also flaunts with a full-service, open-air spa in which I had one of the best massages like, ever, named Bronze Skin. Top it off with one of the spa’s flash tattoo offerings and you’ll be in full blown out-of-office mode. For the yogi’s, there’s also free hatha yoga to enjoy in the morning, na’mastaying in bed! Or, take part in a mindfulness meditation session. I did, and I started snoring on my mat mid-way through, an experience I believe I’ll never live down. Alas, I highly recommend. If sundowner drinks and a bit of live entertainment is more your bag then fear not, Barceló Portinatx wows with its eclectic roster of musical talent, performing most evenings and acting as a sure fire way of persuading you to buy “just one more” drink… Somewhat labyrinth-like, Portinatx has 134-rooms in various parts of the property. My room was divine. It was so “OMG” that I mulled over whiling away my Ibiza hours without leaving its four walls. The attention-to-detail is undeniable, we’re talking Haribo-like sweets adorning the pillows (the perfect treat for party goers returning to rooms). Rainfall showers with Bulgari amenities are rife and there’s a cosy sofa which I sat on for all of two-minutes, just to say I had! Muted colours meet linen, cotton and wicker, but you want for little else when you’ve got a bed that looks like a tub of Marshmallow Fluff. The balcony allows you to take in some of the sexiest sunsets going, as the blood reds of the fiery sun ball melt away to tie-dye the sky with pastel pinks and yellows. And, if you’re thinking of going extra-boujee, then you can opt for the room with a whirlpool tub and seaviews. Casual. If all this is building up your appetite for a vacay, then how about the addition of a buffet to-die-for? Barceló Portinatx is a place you’ll never go hungry. The breakfast and dinner buffet intertwines quality with fervent variation with fresh salads, meats and cheese, fish in all flavours, wholesome hearty favourites and sugar-heavy desserts all available at the clink of your cutlery. Breakfast too gives you the health kick-up-the-butt you need before heading out to flash your new bikini in San Antonio. We’re talking smoothies bursting with five-a-day delights, moreish breads, hot food and Prosecco… you’re in Ibiza after all, darling!
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    mc_gann15 Dublin, Ireland. 09/17/2019 Couples

    “Nice Hotel”

    The rooms were spotlessly clean and the balcony overlooking the pool was excellent! However, there was a smell from the drains in the shower, there was no water provided in the rooms and the tv kept losing signal every 10/15 mins for about 30 seconds. Bed was very comfortable and everything else about the room was great. The pool area is lovely and wasn’t overcrowded and there was always space which was great. The food and drinks at the pool bar were excellent. The loungers weren’t the most comfortable and the token system for towels was a bit weird and hardly necessary. The staff around the pool were fine but not overly friendly. The breakfast buffet was really good and had a great selection of food, all of which was cooked really well. A major downside was the coffee from the machines which was awful and caused a big queue. All other areas of the hotel were really nice such as the bar, lobby, outside spaces etc and the staff overall were quite nice and helpful, especially a young English guy that brought our bags to our room. The car parking facilities were not good, you basically have to park in a rough wooded area that shakes your car violently as you drive in! The area is very quiet and the hotel is probably the best thing there. Overall we had a good stay but would probably pick another hotel if returning to Ibiza.
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    pam10822019 Aberdeen, United Kingdom. 09/16/2019 Couples

    “Beautiful relaxing hotel”

    Fantastic hotel with great service. Lovely rooms - spotlessly clean with modern and appealing decor and very comfy beds. Great pool area - no difficulty getting sunloungers by the pool at any time of day. Quiet and relaxing as expected.

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    • september 20 2019
    • Couples

    TommoTwin

    “Beautiful isolated hotel, Reasonably priced, friendly staff”


    Hotel: The hotel is quite isolated and is located at the very end of Portinatx next to a small idyllic beach. The hotel itself is very pristine and would not look out of place in Santorini (very “instagramable”). We were greeted with a complimentary glass of champagne and a very friendly receptionist who checked us in nice and quickly providing full details of breakfast / evening meal times etc. The room was reasonably sized with a large balcony, a huge super king sized bed & ample storage for 2 people. The only criticism was the lack of cutlery & plates/dishes for anytime we wanted to self cater lunches (we stayed half board - this obviously isn’t much of an issue if you’re all inclusive) The hotel boasts 2 decked pool areas. One located next to the bar / outside dining area, the other located next to the wellness area. Both containing 3 Bali beds you can rent for the day for a small fee. Food: Breakfast & Evening Meals are buffet based, but they are genuinely delicious with A LOT of variety. I am personally not a buffet enthusiast but was happily converted to the food on offer here. Breakfast provided everything from your fry ups, pastries, fruit, oats and cereals, meats and cheeses, and smoothies / juices. Evening Meals provided a section for bread, sundries, various meats, pasta, vegetarian options, a daily large meat carvery, more meats and cheeses, a salad bar and desserts. The chefs are always in and out replacing plates running low on food and the waiting staff are extremely friendly. Especially found Monica and Javier to be very attentive, well mannered and hospitable. The lunch menu at the pool bar is also quite varied and reasonably priced if you’re not all inclusive. Also if you’re not all inclusive, Drinks are probably a touch expensive but we’re only talking €2 or €3 above what you’d pay in a bar within the town. A cocktail is setting you back €10, and the beer is bottled so you’re looking at €6 for a 33cl beer. Location: Portinatx is a very small and quiet town at the top of Ibiza, so there aren’t a lot of restaurants and bars. But what it lacks in culinary experience it more than makes up for in magnificent scenery! The crystal blue sea and white sand beaches set in the rocky coastline provide an ideal environment for relaxation. Overall, Barcelo Portinatx is a beguiling, tranquil hotel with the most welcoming personnel. Ideal for couples or friends looking for a peaceful holiday, away from the more livelier areas of Ibiza, but set on the most picturesque landscape the island could offer.


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    • september 19 2019
    • Essex, United Kingdom
    • Couples

    735janet

    “Disappointed.”


    We stayed here for 5 nights. We were very disappointed with the hotel. It was very expensive for what it was. Rooms were clean and bright but bathroom floor flooded every time we used the shower. Tiny wardrobe no drawers and no storage in the bathroom at all. Staff were great very friendly and helpful but there didn’t seem to be enough as they were so busy. No service around the pool which we would expect at this type of hotel.


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    • september 19 2019
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Business

    lottiehulme

    “A Peaceful Ibiza Oasis, A Far Cry From Club Beats”


    Barceló Portinatx, sitting on the northernmost point of Ibiza, a chic and incommunicado-esque area that swaps the thuds of Ibiza’s electronic music scene with the soothing whistles of waiting staff as they rustle you up a green smoothie. Pulling up at Barceló Portinatx doesn’t get more “I’m on holiday.” The Tetris like buildings glisten in white and the hotel lobby is punctuated with smiling staff and Prosecco-holding concierges. Like being in a snow globe, (‘cept it’s hot), Barceló Portinatx exists in a tranquil spot, enveloped by mountainous terrain that makes for idyllic sunset watching, and an ominous black and white lighthouse stands proudly nearby, a great place to hike to before you sink, slowly into your food-coma during a hearty buffet piling sesh. Barceló Portinatx is part of a hugely successful Spanish hotel chain, of which I’d visited the Madrid outpost, 5-star Barceló Torre de Madrid. Whilst Madrid’s Jaime Hayón designed treasure trove flaunted statement pieces, contemporary tones of powder pinks, sage greens and slate greys, Barceló Portinatx is more subdued with chic beachy undertones and bohemian vibes, like an Ibiza take on Scandi. Santorini-esuqe white, blues and woods make up the common areas and, overall, the hotel delights with its luxurious simplicity. There are two pools, set on different levels, which flirtatious, inviting sun beds wrap around and, of course, there’s a bar to top up your passionfruit mojitos. Feel like going all Marbella pool-party? Position yourself on a Balinese sunbed and get ‘gramming! The hotel also flaunts with a full-service, open-air spa in which I had one of the best massages like, ever, named Bronze Skin. Top it off with one of the spa’s flash tattoo offerings and you’ll be in full blown out-of-office mode. For the yogi’s, there’s also free hatha yoga to enjoy in the morning, na’mastaying in bed! Or, take part in a mindfulness meditation session. I did, and I started snoring on my mat mid-way through, an experience I believe I’ll never live down. Alas, I highly recommend. If sundowner drinks and a bit of live entertainment is more your bag then fear not, Barceló Portinatx wows with its eclectic roster of musical talent, performing most evenings and acting as a sure fire way of persuading you to buy “just one more” drink… Somewhat labyrinth-like, Portinatx has 134-rooms in various parts of the property. My room was divine. It was so “OMG” that I mulled over whiling away my Ibiza hours without leaving its four walls. The attention-to-detail is undeniable, we’re talking Haribo-like sweets adorning the pillows (the perfect treat for party goers returning to rooms). Rainfall showers with Bulgari amenities are rife and there’s a cosy sofa which I sat on for all of two-minutes, just to say I had! Muted colours meet linen, cotton and wicker, but you want for little else when you’ve got a bed that looks like a tub of Marshmallow Fluff. The balcony allows you to take in some of the sexiest sunsets going, as the blood reds of the fiery sun ball melt away to tie-dye the sky with pastel pinks and yellows. And, if you’re thinking of going extra-boujee, then you can opt for the room with a whirlpool tub and seaviews. Casual. If all this is building up your appetite for a vacay, then how about the addition of a buffet to-die-for? Barceló Portinatx is a place you’ll never go hungry. The breakfast and dinner buffet intertwines quality with fervent variation with fresh salads, meats and cheese, fish in all flavours, wholesome hearty favourites and sugar-heavy desserts all available at the clink of your cutlery. Breakfast too gives you the health kick-up-the-butt you need before heading out to flash your new bikini in San Antonio. We’re talking smoothies bursting with five-a-day delights, moreish breads, hot food and Prosecco… you’re in Ibiza after all, darling!


    EVALUATION

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    • september 17 2019
    • Dublin, Ireland
    • Couples

    mc_gann15

    “Nice Hotel”


    The rooms were spotlessly clean and the balcony overlooking the pool was excellent! However, there was a smell from the drains in the shower, there was no water provided in the rooms and the tv kept losing signal every 10/15 mins for about 30 seconds. Bed was very comfortable and everything else about the room was great. The pool area is lovely and wasn’t overcrowded and there was always space which was great. The food and drinks at the pool bar were excellent. The loungers weren’t the most comfortable and the token system for towels was a bit weird and hardly necessary. The staff around the pool were fine but not overly friendly. The breakfast buffet was really good and had a great selection of food, all of which was cooked really well. A major downside was the coffee from the machines which was awful and caused a big queue. All other areas of the hotel were really nice such as the bar, lobby, outside spaces etc and the staff overall were quite nice and helpful, especially a young English guy that brought our bags to our room. The car parking facilities were not good, you basically have to park in a rough wooded area that shakes your car violently as you drive in! The area is very quiet and the hotel is probably the best thing there. Overall we had a good stay but would probably pick another hotel if returning to Ibiza.


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    • september 16 2019
    • Aberdeen, United Kingdom
    • Couples

    pam10822019

    “Beautiful relaxing hotel”


    Fantastic hotel with great service. Lovely rooms - spotlessly clean with modern and appealing decor and very comfy beds. Great pool area - no difficulty getting sunloungers by the pool at any time of day. Quiet and relaxing as expected.


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