Pros

  • In a quiet area in northern Playa d’en Bossa, near clubs and Ibiza town
  • Hip, soundproofed rooms with balconies, 26-inch flat-screen TVs, and minibars
  • Oceanfront pool with a historic tower in the center, plus two small indoor pools
  • Smallish fitness center with cardio and strength-training machines
  • Small spa with a whirlpool, a sauna, and treatments available
  • Two restaurants and a casual (and seasonal) lounge
  • Tennis court with floodlights, and mini-golf
  • Free Wi-Fi and parking
  • Three fully equipped meeting rooms
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Cons

  • Fee for use of in-room safes
  • Some noise from low-flying planes en route to nearby airport
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Bottom Line

The 217-room Torre del Mar sits directly on a sandy beach in northern Playa d’en Bossa. This upscale property includes two indoor pools, an outdoor pool, a tennis court, fitness center, small spa, two restaurants, a lounge bar, meeting and event space, and hip, sleek rooms with furnished balconies. A quiet and relaxing vibe pervades here, but Torre del Mar is close enough to the action -- including some of Ibiza’s top nightclubs -- to make it a solid pick for travelers who want to experience the island’s famous nightlife.

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Oyster Hotel Review

Hotel Torre Del Mar

Scene

A quiet hotel with hip rooms and a relaxing ambience

In quiet northern Playa d’en Bossa -- an area known for being home to some of Ibiza’s most famous nightclubs -- sits hip Hotel Torre del Mar. It may not be as hopping or party-oriented as Ushuaïa or the Hard Rock Ibiza, but it offers a good alternative for those who want to party at night and relax by the pool or on the beach during the day. 

Decor is modern, with a gray, purple, and white theme throughout. The lobby is sleek and appealing, with strategically placed purple lighting; gray and purple couches; light-gray floors, and black accents over white surfaces. An area with beige and fuchsia couches, and shelves with plants and books provides a cozy spot where guests can gather in front of the TV. Rooms have a futuristic vibe (without being overdone), with lots of white, purple, and metallic colors. 

Stone paths wind through fountains and manicured lawns with palm trees and loungers full of guests soaking up the sun. The outdoor pool is circular and not huge but is pleasant and relaxing, and overlooks the ocean. In the middle of the pool is the small ancient tower that gives the hotel its name ("tower of the sea"); it can be reached via a path made of round platforms placed directly on the water.

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Location

On a beach in quiet northern Playa d’en Bossa

The hotel is located on a quiet, tiny street whose dead-end overlooks the beach of Playa d'en Bossa, Ibiza’s longest stretch of sand. There are a couple of other hotels in the immediate neighborhood, as well as a few restaurants, bars and shops, but the area is mostly residential and quiet. Ibiza’s most famous clubs -- including Ushuaïa, Bora Bora, and Space -- are within a 20-minute walk from the hotel, and the airport is within a 10-minute drive. The town of Ibiza is a five- to 10-minute cab ride away, and a ferry landing is within a few minutes of the hotel, where guests can get a boat to Formentera. 

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Rooms

Modern and spacious, with balconies and free Wi-Fi

The hotel’s 217 air-conditioned rooms were all renovated in 2013, and now feature a stylish purple-and-gray palette, and silver accents. Large windows opening onto balconies furnished with a table and two or three chairs let in lots of light, and modern bathrooms, with large walk-in showers and a black-and-white color scheme, are clean and appealing. Rooms come with 26-inch flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, free Wi-Fi, and minibars. Superior Rooms have sofa beds and free non-alcoholic drinks in the minibars. Excellence Rooms -- which include Penthouses, Duplex Deluxe, and Grand Suites -- feature a couple of additional perks, such as large terraces with hot tubs, ocean views, and walk-in closets. Use of in-room safes requires a fee, regardless of room type.

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Features

Three pools, wellness and sports facilities, free Wi-Fi, two restaurants, and meeting spaces

The outdoor pool is not huge, but it has ocean views and lots of loungers, and is a popular spot among guests. There is also lawn seating. At the end of a floating path in the middle of the pool sits the stone tower that gives the hotel its name. There are also two smaller indoor pools housed in a bright room with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Mediterranean. The hotel offers other wellness and sports facilities, including a spa with a whirlpool, a sauna, a steam room, and treatments that can also be requested poolside; a smallish but well-equipped fitness center; a tennis court with flood lights; and a mini-golf area. Panoramic Restaurant serves buffet breakfasts and dinners, and Sa Punta serves regional food and wine in a space with outdoor seating. A sleek, casual lounge is open seasonally, and a nightclub is available for events but is not normally open to guests. The hotel also offers three meeting rooms, free Wi-Fi throughout, and free parking. 

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Oyster Hotel Review

Hotel Torre Del Mar

Scene

A quiet hotel with hip rooms and a relaxing ambience

In quiet northern Playa d’en Bossa -- an area known for being home to some of Ibiza’s most famous nightclubs -- sits hip Hotel Torre del Mar. It may not be as hopping or party-oriented as Ushuaïa or the Hard Rock Ibiza, but it offers a good alternative for those who want to party at night and relax by the pool or on the beach during the day. 

Decor is modern, with a gray, purple, and white theme throughout. The lobby is sleek and appealing, with strategically placed purple lighting; gray and purple couches; light-gray floors, and black accents over white surfaces. An area with beige and fuchsia couches, and shelves with plants and books provides a cozy spot where guests can gather in front of the TV. Rooms have a futuristic vibe (without being overdone), with lots of white, purple, and metallic colors. 

Stone paths wind through fountains and manicured lawns with palm trees and loungers full of guests soaking up the sun. The outdoor pool is circular and not huge but is pleasant and relaxing, and overlooks the ocean. In the middle of the pool is the small ancient tower that gives the hotel its name ("tower of the sea"); it can be reached via a path made of round platforms placed directly on the water.

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Location

On a beach in quiet northern Playa d’en Bossa

The hotel is located on a quiet, tiny street whose dead-end overlooks the beach of Playa d'en Bossa, Ibiza’s longest stretch of sand. There are a couple of other hotels in the immediate neighborhood, as well as a few restaurants, bars and shops, but the area is mostly residential and quiet. Ibiza’s most famous clubs -- including Ushuaïa, Bora Bora, and Space -- are within a 20-minute walk from the hotel, and the airport is within a 10-minute drive. The town of Ibiza is a five- to 10-minute cab ride away, and a ferry landing is within a few minutes of the hotel, where guests can get a boat to Formentera. 

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Rooms

Modern and spacious, with balconies and free Wi-Fi

The hotel’s 217 air-conditioned rooms were all renovated in 2013, and now feature a stylish purple-and-gray palette, and silver accents. Large windows opening onto balconies furnished with a table and two or three chairs let in lots of light, and modern bathrooms, with large walk-in showers and a black-and-white color scheme, are clean and appealing. Rooms come with 26-inch flat-screen TVs with satellite channels, free Wi-Fi, and minibars. Superior Rooms have sofa beds and free non-alcoholic drinks in the minibars. Excellence Rooms -- which include Penthouses, Duplex Deluxe, and Grand Suites -- feature a couple of additional perks, such as large terraces with hot tubs, ocean views, and walk-in closets. Use of in-room safes requires a fee, regardless of room type.

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Features

Three pools, wellness and sports facilities, free Wi-Fi, two restaurants, and meeting spaces

The outdoor pool is not huge, but it has ocean views and lots of loungers, and is a popular spot among guests. There is also lawn seating. At the end of a floating path in the middle of the pool sits the stone tower that gives the hotel its name. There are also two smaller indoor pools housed in a bright room with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Mediterranean. The hotel offers other wellness and sports facilities, including a spa with a whirlpool, a sauna, a steam room, and treatments that can also be requested poolside; a smallish but well-equipped fitness center; a tennis court with flood lights; and a mini-golf area. Panoramic Restaurant serves buffet breakfasts and dinners, and Sa Punta serves regional food and wine in a space with outdoor seating. A sleek, casual lounge is open seasonally, and a nightclub is available for events but is not normally open to guests. The hotel also offers three meeting rooms, free Wi-Fi throughout, and free parking. 

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Amenities

  • Air Conditioner

  • Airport Transportation

  • Balcony / Terrace / Patio

  • Beach

  • Business Center

  • Cable

  • Children's Pool

  • Concierge

  • Dry Cleaning

  • Fitness Center

  • Free Breakfast

  • Gameroom / Arcade

  • Internet

  • Jacuzzi

  • Laundry

  • Meeting / Conference Rooms

  • Mini Bar (with liquor)

  • Pool

  • Poolside Drink Service

  • Room Service

  • Separate Bedroom / Living Room Space

  • Spa

  • Swim-Up Bar

  • Tennis Court

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