The Best Budget Hotels in Ibiza

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by Rebecca Tay, The Telegraph, May 26, 2017

An insider's guide to the best cheap hotels in Ibiza, including the best for boho-chic interiors, pools and proximity to beaches and nightlife, in locations including Ibiza Town, Santa Eulalia and San Antonio.

All prices below are subject to change depending on the season and during popular holidays and events.

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Hostal La Torre San Antonio, Ibiza, Spain

8Telegraph expert rating

La Torre packs the essence of Ibiza into a deceptively simple package. It may officially only have one star, but the luxuries here are the kind that money just cannot buy: location, light and that all-important feel-good factor. This is one of the best places on the island to watch the sun go down. Watersports, bikes and other activities can be arranged and massages are available. The hotel is open all year and is used for yoga and fitness holidays outside high season. Read expert review. From £30 per night. Check availability. Rates provided by Booking.com.

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Boutique Hostal Salinas Es Porroig, Ibiza, Spain

8Telegraph expert rating

Many of Ibiza’s best hotels are surprisingly located inland, surrounded by the lush, rolling hills of the countryside. Boutique Hostal Salinas may not ooze the five-star design or luxury of some of its island counterparts, but it certainly boasts one of the best locations if you’re after some serious beach time. Don’t be surprised if you’re on a first-name basis with staff by the end of your first day here, and having a drink with them by the second. And sure, the hotel may not have a spa or a gym, but the trade-off, of beating the hordes to the beach – with the added bonus of not needing to look (or pay) for parking – is well worth it. Read expert review. From £86 per night.

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Agroturismo Sa Talaia San Antonio, Ibiza, Spain

8Telegraph expert rating

A hidden refuge with boho-chic interiors and set in extensive grounds, where guests do yoga on the lawn or slump in the shade with paperbacks and generous gin and tonics. It also happens to be reassuringly near the action though, if you fancy a cheeky jaunt into the ‘other’ Ibiza. You often have the pleasant pool to yourself, as most guests are out for at least part of the day – and there is no clamour for the canopied daybeds. There are different activities on offer, such as yoga and walking, which are mostly free. Read expert review. From £54 per night. Check availability. Rates provided by Booking.com.

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Sol Beach House Ibiza Santa Eularia des Riu, Ibiza, Spain

8Telegraph expert rating

Sol Beach House Ibiza is light and bright with a trendy vintage vibe. Right by the sea in the east of the island, this is a hotel where doing nothing is positively encouraged, but it is actually also a great base for exploring the island. There are two pools with plenty of sun beds, a gym with panoramic views, and two marquees on the lawn: one for yoga and other classes, and the other for massages. Read expert review. From £60 per night. Check availability. Rates provided by Booking.com.

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Iberostar Santa Eulalia Ibiza, Spain

7Telegraph expert rating

The new Iberostar Santa Eulalia, set in an idyllic spot by the Mediterranean, offers adults-only holidays in a stylish, contemporary property. Guests can really enjoy the location by combining coastal walking with snorkelling, hanging out at the beach club or using the hotel as a base for exploring. Staff are helpful and friendly throughout the hotel and always happy to chat to guests. There is a pleasant outdoor pool with plenty of loungers and a gym. Activities include Nordic walking, yoga, pilates and spinning. Read expert review. From £67 per night. Check availability. Rates provided by Booking.com.

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Agroturismo Can Jaume Ibiza Town, Ibiza, Spain

8Telegraph expert rating

The Can Jaume sprawls across an orange estate in the middle of the countryside, yet is only 1.5 miles from Ibiza Town. You could be on a beach in 10 minutes and could drive almost anywhere on the island in half an hour or so. It is a laid-back haven where you can really relax – yet be grooving on a dance floor within 10 minutes if you feel the urge, as well you might. There is an attractive outdoor pool with plenty of sunbeds. Activities such as horse riding and water sports can be arranged. Read expert review. From £104 per night. Check availability. Rates provided by Booking.com.

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Gran Hotel Montesol Ibiza Ibiza, Spain

8Telegraph expert rating

The Gran Hotel Montesol – which originally opened in 1933, claiming the title of the island’s first hotel – is an elegant building situated in the heart of Ibiza Town. With its restored yellow façade and recently refurbished interiors, it’s an homage to the stylish days of decades past. Spanish designer Lázaro Rosa-Violán has stayed true to the hotel’s authentic style, although there are flashes of pizzazz visible throughout. Café Montesol is a great destination for reasonably priced dinner and drinks, particularly by Ibiza standards. Read expert review. From £117 per night. Check availability. Rates provided by Booking.com.

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Occidental Ibiza Ibiza, Spain

7Telegraph expert rating

The fresh and modern four-star Occidental Ibiza is just short walk from an idyllic beach and near San Antonio. The hotel has family rooms and offers a range of activities to keep everyone happy. The reasonable all-inclusive rates mean no worrying about extras either. There are three outdoor pools plus a children’s pool. Massages, manicures and pedicures are available by the main pools. Sports facilities include tennis and volleyball courts. There are handy lockable phone-charging points in the lounge bar and restaurant. Read expert review. From £84 per night. Check availability. Rates provided by Booking.com.

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Orosol Ibiza San Antonio, Ibiza, Spain

7Telegraph expert rating

The family-run Orosol is a three-star hotel that offers basic yet comfortable accommodation and friendly service right in the centre of San Antonio. It would suit people who want a handy, practical base for beaches, nightlife and exploring the island without having to pay a fortune. Although there is no pool, guests can use the facilities at the adjacent Tropical hotel, which is under the same ownership. There is a self-service launderette, a luggage scale in the lobby and a room with a shower for changing after the beach if you have a late departure. Read expert review. From £39 per night. Check availability. Rates provided by Booking.com.

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