Alua Miami Ibiza Hotel & Apartments

Playa Es Cana, Balearics

Newcastle to Ibiza Return

2 Adults, 2 Children, 1 Room

22nd Oct 2022 - 29th Oct 2022

22kg Baggage

Coach Transfers Shuttle

Board Basis & Room Options:

Self-Catering

One Bedroom apartment

£490pp

Self-Catering

One Bedroom apartment with Sea View

+ £7pp

Self-Catering

Two Bedroom apartment

+ £81pp

Bed & Breakfast

Family room

+ £88pp

Hotel Info, Features & Location

Alua Miami Ibiza Hotel & Apartments has a peaceful setting on the beach. Adults can relax and admire the stunning sea views from the adults only solarium while kids will love the fantastic splash pool. The complex consist of two separate blocks, an apartment building and a hotel about 50m away with lovely, refurbished rooms. Guests have full use of the facilities at each, as well as enjoying a great entertainment programme. Why not book a Premium Twin room with Sea View; it's a great choice for that little something extra!

Twin rooms sleep up to 3 adults and have bathroom containing a shower or bath with shower attachment, air conditioning, hairdryer, flat screen television, fridge and kettle. Room upgrade options and Sole Use rooms are also available.

Eating And Drinking

3 bars including lounge bar and pool bar. Buffet restaurant.

Entertainment

Aerobics, aqua aerobics, darts, petanque and table tennis. Daily daytime entertainment. Daily evening entertainment including live music and professional shows. Children's club (4-12yrs). Children's playground. Free Wi-Fi available throughout.

Swimming Pools

2 outdoor pools. Splash park.

Flight Information

Newcastle to Ibiza

Saturday 22nd October 2022

Departing at 07:35

Arriving at at 11:40

Flight No: LS555

Ibiza to Ibiza

Saturday 29th October 2022

Departing at 12:25 Local time

Arriving at at 14:30 Local time

Flight No: LS556

Your Holiday

Newcastle to Ibiza Return

2 Adults, 2 Children, 1 Room

22nd Oct 2022 - 29th Oct 2022

22kg Baggage

Resort Transfers

Deposit Only:

£240

Price per person: £-
Total price: £-

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