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Top Tip

Make the most of having no fixed schedule, where breakfast is served at your leisure and lunch can be enjoyed as late as you wish

Why we like it 

  • All the rooms and suites offer floor-to-ceiling windows and open terraces
  • A chance to savour some of Nobu Matsuhisa’s Japanese fusion dishes 
  • The children can take part in cookery classes and making traditional local crafts
  • Treat yourself to a treatment at the Six Senses Spa

About Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay

From the brand famous for its Japanese restaurants comes a fresh take on luxury hotels on the White Isle. Located on peaceful Talamanca Bay, Nobu Ibiza is only two kilometres north of Ibiza town – a UNESCO World Heritage Site – and fifteen minutes from the trendy environs of Marina Botafoch. This 152-room Balearic beauty is pale and interesting – a four storey white complex, with rooms arranged around two pools and various restaurants.

As you would expect from a company run by Nobu Matsuhisa, the hotel’s food is a talking point. Of course, there is a Nobu serving up signature dishes such as black cod miso. Peyotito is an offshoot of London’s Peyote and offers a menu of modern Mexican food. Chambao is the hotel’s laidback chiriguito and Celicioso is a healthy café offering a gluten free menu.

There’s a pool bar to refresh and nourish you at your sunbed. Around the hotel, the palette is white, blue, aqua and gold for a touch of Ibizan bling. Added to that, natural materials dominate – creating a vibe of an ultra-stylish refuge. That theme continues into the Six Senses Spa, which brings together a mix of lux and Boho fun. Expect restorative massages and high-performance facials. There’s also a boutique, kids’ club, top-notch nail bar and John Frieda blow-dry bar. Sophistication comes to Ibiza… If you wish to leave these stylish environs, you can hike in the hills, ride bikes or take a ferry to Formentera to discover the hidden caves.