Standing just a few metres away from the long Playa d'en Bossa beach and near all the night-life in the area, each one of the details of the recently refurbished rooms and facilities of Bossa Flow reflect the Flower Power philosophy. "The only thing that matters is what you feel, because everything that matters consists of what you feel". The hotel offers visitors large common areas full of natural light, a relaxing swimming pool with chill-out area, a large solarium and healthy cuisine in generous quantities, all types of foods and drinks based on healthy eating, with seasonal produce, and catering for all tastes (also vegetarians and vegans). The Bossa Flow hotel reflects the positive values which encourage us to enjoy life
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stayed with 3 mates on the ale. great hotel, breakfast is great too. quiet place, dj round the pool on the last day - shld be 7 days aweek!
near the strip, some eatries close by too...
wiould stay again
My husband and I wanted a week in Ibiza and this seemed like a good hotel.
I’m not sure quite who gives this hotel a 5* review but it was dreadful.
The hotel itself was clearly an old hotel that had been tarted up on the cheap. The furnishings were basic but ok but the air conditioning is TERRIBLE! I’d hate to think how hot it would be during the high season. We had a friend stay in a different room and he said it was awful too, you could barely feel it a floor fan would have been more effective...
Balcony doors lock automatically from the outside - just something to be aware of.
The room was “cleaned” daily but this is a loose phrase the cleaners made the bed but did not change the sheets, they did not supply us with clean bathroom glasses or clean the bathroom at all. Not what I would expect for something claiming to be a four star hotel.
There was a plug socket hanging off our wall the whole holiday, this was never repaired.
The rooms are situated off a narrow tiled corridor that serves the entire block, don’t get me wrong I don’t stay in Bossa for rejuvenation but I hated being constantly disturbed by suitcases chugging along the tiles all hours of the night and day.
We were not helped with our bags upstairs and there was no lift so we had to drag our suitcases up the stairs despite some lovely looking single ladies getting assistance from the porter.
Overall I found the staff unfriendly and unhelpful, they charged us for a sangria but insisted we hadn’t paid so they forced us to pay again, their prices are over the top as well. Linda that works on reception made no real effort to be hospitable and I got the impression she was ready to retire soon. She did not help when we struggled to get a taxi in the rain for our flight and just shrugged her shoulders when I asked if there was anything else that could be done. The only staff member that was actually any good was the life guard nikolas he was lovely.
The breakfast was ok, nothing to write home about.
The location of the hotel is good, very central to the main strip that is one positive.
I was very disappointed with the experience at Bossa flow and would recommend staying at other hotels around Bossa. I personally would avoid any of the Playasol hotels if I come back but this experience has really put me off.
I was very impressed with this hotel.
Check in was easy, all staff were extremely friendly and accommodating. The rooms were clean, spacious and had a nice seating area outside...
Breakfast had a good selection and a lot of it was freshly cooked. For example omelettes were made upon request. The hotel was a lot quieter than I expected with it being Ibiza (busy but not too noisy) The pool area was was great with music on all day and a bar outside. (€4.50 a pint) One afternoon they had a girl playing the cello accompanying the music that was playing which was pretty cool. They serve food from the bar which was ok as well. Location wise, it’s in walking distance to the beach which has plenty of bars. It’s also close to the main strip in play den bossa and of course some of the bigger clubs. Plenty of food places about too! Taxi costs about €30 euros to San Antonio which is pretty cheap given that it’s a half hour drive away. All in all a cracking little hotel and would definitely stay again if I was to return to Ibiza.
We stayed here for 7 nights from 7th-14th Sep, we had rooms 201 and 202 and there were 6 guests. I did not feel these rooms were suitable for 3 people with luggage for 7 nights; (we are 3 girls with lots of outfits etc!) There wasn't much storage space in the rooms nor was there much shelf space in the bathroom. We booked the holiday as a BA package, and maybe i missed something but i was surprised that the fridge was so tiny and there was no food prep area or anything like that. Rooms were however nicely decorated and regularly cleaned by friendly staff, who must of sometimes thought our room had been bombed it was so messy! The breakfast choice was good, with all the regular bits you expect, and you could even get fresh omelettes, however the hot food was often cold (beans cold etc) and the eggs very fatty, the bacon was also streaky fatty bacon.
Overall a nice stay and i would possibly stay again for a weekend (2 or 3 nights) but for my longer stay in Ibiza i wouldn't, but really i think you can get more for your money in other places! (even the dreaded JET!)
Two of us stayed 3 nights and hotel was an easy stay for the bars and beach of Playa d’en Bossa. Staff were so helpful whether it was reception, breakfast staff, bar staff or cleaners. Hotel is nice and modern and what you need when not spending lots of time in your room, basic but a comfortable bed, with a good a pool area and a good breakfast...
Only negative point was charging €25 for the more comfortable sun beds which were in the sun. That conflicted with the rest of the hotel experience.