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WHERE TO STAY IN SAN ANTONIO BAY, IBIZA

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I have never been to Ibiza, so would be grateful for advice on where to stay for an all inclusive family holiday for 2 adults and 3 children (9 - 12), between 9 - 20 October 2010. I already have the … Read More
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
I have never been to Ibiza, so would be grateful for advice on where to stay for an all inclusive family holiday for 2 adults and 3 children (9 - 12), between 9 - 20 October 2010. I already have the flights booked.

I have been looking at the Tanit and Milord Fiesta Hotels, but unsure and so willing to go elsewhere in San antonio Bay or close by. Also, wondering if there is any point hiring a car as the island seems quite small and I could get taxis when I arrive and depart.
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
Hotel Milord....lovely and right on the beach
#2
+1 milord cracking hotel, water taxi stop right outside and close to peppers and shooters for some good nighs out
#3
make sure you check out the hippy market on a wednesday every week if it is still running. the kids will love it.
#4
Looking for a hol for 30th Oct. and all inc. Is this resort for the youngsters. I always book flights and Hotel seperate. Who have you booked your flights with . ?
#5
If you go to hotel Milord you can book seperate, with Late Rooms, Alpha Rooms...plus more just google search it. Its a H/B hotel, not sure about all inclusive cant remember I have been twice and my parents been there once all loved it,
#6
milord used to be half board but as with a lot of h/b hotels they've pt an AI package in place as the customer is demanding it because of the state of the pound against the euro

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