An adults-only resort located right on Ibiza's seafront, THB Los Molinos features a spa among its leisure facilities. It's a five-minute walk from Ibiza's Old Town.
The air-conditioned rooms at this hotel have a quirky, contemporary style, and pop with colour. Each room has a private balcony, as well as a minibar and safe.
Guests can relax at the large outdoor pool area, where loungers and drinks services are provided. Health and beauty treatments are offered in the spa. Naturally-lit conference rooms can be book and weddings can also be arranged.
One of the restaurants provides a buffet breakfast which is included in the half-board package, while the other is a la carte. The bars serve drinks and snacks.
Ibiza's cathedral is located one kilometre from THB Los Molinos, in the historic Old Town. The world-famous nightclub, Pacha, is about two kilometres away.
There are two sides to Ibiza: the high-octane club scene, and the totally chilled-out beach lifestyle. THB Los Molinos offers the latter, so if you're looking for a tranquil, child-free getaway where you'll be pampered, you're in luck.
Overall great value for money.
Different features of this hotel appeal to different guests, but one thing they agree on is that it offers great value for money. With plentiful buffet meals twice a day, well-appointed rooms, and all-round good service, you'll soon be smiling.
Expansive pool area in the perfect setting.
The outdoor pool area is the jewel in the crown at this hotel, and according to guests, it's a beautiful space, overlooking the sea. The pool is surprisingly large, and there are plenty of loungers where you can just kick back and relax.
Limited Wi-Fi beyond the reception area.
Though Wi-Fi is apparently available throughout the hotel, many guests report issues with logging on from their rooms. You may not be planning on spending much time online, but if you do need to, this can be a minor issue.
Road-side rooms suffer from noise.
While road-facing rooms are cheaper than the sea-view ones, you might still feel like you're being short-changed. Not only do you miss out on the view, but guests also complain of noise. It's probably worth paying the premium for the sea view.
The buffet meals get so-so reviews.
Some guests seem very happy with the quality and variety of food on offer, but others are less impressed. If you want to taste authentic Balearic cuisine, then you might want to try some of the restaurants in town instead.