In a peaceful spot next to a wide sandy beach, the Sirenis Hotel Playa reveals a quieter side of Ibiza.
Poke your head inside the Sirenis Cala Llonga Resort, and you'll spy a bright and bold colour scheme. Bucket-style armchairs range from lime-green to hot-pink in the lobby, and the rooms are finished with splashes of warm Suneo orange.
This hotel perches on the side of a steep hill, so the climb to the front door is rewarded with show-stealing views over the white-sand beach and pine forests.
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Based On 3322 reviews
- Official Rating
Great value All Inclusive holidays
- Bright, sunny bases
- Around-the-world dining
- Friendly SuneoClub hosts
- Always within 10 minutes of the beach
Food & Drink
|Dining options||Breakfast||Lunch||Evening meal||Drinks||Snacks|
Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
Facilities ► View all
3 outdoor pools
With sunbeds and parasols, plus sections especially for little ones.
International buffet restaurant
For breakfast, lunch and dinner and show cooking.
Daytime and evening entertainment programme
With evening shows taking place every night.
Rooms ► View all
Deluxe Double Room with Balcony
Deluxe double rooms come with a balcony for that added outdoor space. They have an extra bed in the bedroom area. You'll also find air-conditioning, a TV, Wi-Fi and a safety deposit box*.
1 Bedroom Family Room with Sea View and Balcony
These family rooms are light and spacious. They come with a balcony that overlooks the ocean. And they have a twin bed, an extra single and a child bed. Plus you'll also find air-conditioning, a safety deposit box* and a TV.
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Oct half term 2017
Myself Hubby and our teenage son visited here for half term, overall good Holliday. We booked with Thomson, east mids flight, all ok. Transfer took no more than half hour. On arrival it did take quite a while to check in as only one gent on reception for about 35 new guests all wanting info keys safes ect, but after about half delete with he was joined by another staff member.it would have been nice for waiting people to be offered a welcome drink. We checked in and were given a room on first floor but it was tiny and right next to lift and stairs, when we opened the patio door to check the view it was none other than just a roof with Aircon outlet's couldn't hardly see over it never mind pool or sea or the pine covered mountains so we returned to reception to be told nothing till an hour so go to dinner, we had a nice meal then returned and we were given room 1521 still first floor overlooking the main car park but at least away from the lifts, stairs. All the twin rooms are tiny definitely not for 3 adults, no privacy unless you get dressed in the bathroom.the rooms are clean but very dated, I'm surprised Thomson still sell this hotel, we were in the imperial as the dorada was closing in afew days. Beds are it's saving grace, no roll together, memory foam, nice nights sleep. Food at pool bars cooked fresh, basic but usual chips burgers salad plus a late breakfast or just toast. Good all inclusive. Beach by back exit was less than a minute walk, fantastic.pools clean, loads of sunbeds. Great views. Towel service ok, couple of times we wanted to return the wet used or sandy towels to be told none left so go early to change them. Night times can be relaxed in bar in imperial with drink before dinner then quite social pool games, cards ect. Or visit the entertainment in dorada for family kids disco bingo quiz or visiting acts. Nice walks around the beach, shops, mountain roads. We did afew local trips of the jetty boats, times displayed on the board by shack. We enjoyed the time away hotel it's great to visit different areas of Ibiza and easy, cheap, safe. The hotel does have lots of steps so not the best for wheelchairs or those with walking difficulties and lifts are small some ramps seemed steep. To recap, food great, drinks ok as only tiny coffee plastic cups or pints of pop, alcoholic beverages were really strong, pool's good though very cold, clean hotel, friendly staff, nice shops, weather fantastic, entertainment was mixed, needs decor rooms upgrade, tiny twin rooms plus extra bed, if I visited again I'd spend that bit more for family room, but for a week all Inc 2 adults 1 teen for £1500 on a school Holls it was ok.More
Last minute break
Stayed 20th - 27th Sept 6th floor room 625 in the deluxe part of the hotel which I would recommend as the other hotel is very dated, found the room very quiet and the bed really comfortable, took extra hangers as definately not enough in room for 2 people. Extra pillows were put in room on request. Tea and coffee was replenished when needed and just gotta cup of fresh milk from the bar at the end of the night. We stayed around the children's pool by day which was a gods send as loungers by other pools were packed in like sardines and found it very relaxing there. Our lifts took us to a different entrance t o the restaurant and it wasn't until the last few days realised food around the corner was more plentiful so don't make that mistake. We went out for 3 evening meals which we wouldn't have done had we found this out earlier. The AI drinks were nice and toasties at lunch time were made to order. Hired pool towels which could be changed daily by pool. Spent the evenings in the upstairs bars as entertainment not our taste. We found staff helpful and pleasant.More
5th Visit, but not the best
Visited the last week in October as a couple. Arrived just after midday and check in was very fast, room was ready (allocated usual room on 1st floor of Imperial overlooking pool as requested). Reception staff were very polite and friendly. Hired 2 towels and safety deposit key. Room was spotless with a great view over the pool area and beach. General cleanliness was as always good. Towels again can be changed daily by the pool. Staff were brilliant all week, great table service at lunch time and in the evenings and a very clean room all week. Entertainment was not the best, professional acts were good especially The 4 Tops. In house entertainment was non-descript !! Sadly I have one big negative this year .... food and the Restaurants. We found that the Dorada Restaurant was closed on the 18th, a lot earlier this year. This meant that a very busy hotel only had one room serving food plus the small restaurant which is part of the Playa Hotel with just tables in (no food service). We met with friends this year and wanted to eat together in for the evening meal (9 of us in total). It was very difficult to find a clean table to sit at. The Imperial was always completely packed so we ended up in the Playa restaurant which had lots of big tables ....but finding a clean table was a problem. Staff worked very hard to try and clear tables but there were not enough of them to be able to achieve this. Also the food was no where near as good as previous years. We ended up eating out !!! I love this place and will still go back next year but I am very disappointed with the Restaurant situation. I understand that it is the end of the season and the hotel is not booked to capacity....but we are still paying customers and should be able to access all the facilities that the hotel has to offer.More
Nice but not brilliant
We stayed in October 2017 and were housed in the middle Imperial block. Get the bad points over first. I went with my sister and 13 year old granddaughter. We paid the same price for the 13 yr old as we did for us so was a little surprised to find we were in a small double room with an extra bed shoe horned in. To accommodate this extra bed one of the bedside tables had been moved so it blocked the sliding doors to the balcony and had to be moved every time we wanted to go out. It also had to be moved if we wanted to go in the drawer. There were only two chairs on the balcony. The balcony itself was tiny and although had a partial sea view also looked over the car park to the front. I had email TUI and the hotel asking if we could have a nice view as the view on our last holiday was awful. I did go to reception straight away and said the room was tiny and could we upgrade we would pay extra to do this but the man at reception said we couldn’t and anyway a double room is the same size everywhere. Apart from the room we enjoyed the hotel. The location is lovely. The pool area was great and you would not go hungry. There is something for every taste. The only other downside was as it was the end of the season and the hotel was closing a couple of days after we left and we really felt that. It didn’t help when the TUI entertainment team skipped through the pool area one morning singing and cheering as they only had “9 days to go”. It may be that it was the end of the season but there was less interaction between the animation team than anywhere I’ve been. They didn’t come up or encourage people to join in. They didn’t say what entertainment was happening. Probably why they only had 2 at aqua aerobics most times. The area is beautiful, the island just lovely. Transport was cheap and plentiful. I would revisit the area and the island again. I would probably stay at this hotel but would ensure I pay extra for a bigger room with a good balcony.More
We stayed here,2 couples aged 50+ second week of October.A really nice hotel for the money we paid.We were allocated rooms in the ‘Deluxe ‘ part of the hotel.Rooms are lovely,very boutique in layout,plenty of space,tea,coffee making facilities but no fridge in the space provided (maybe this is on the to do list).we got over this by asking for a cup of milk before we went to bed.Beds very comfy,towels changed daily and room cleaned.No noise from other rooms,other than occasional ppl talking loudly or slamming doors,which is not the hotels fault but inconsiderate holiday makers,if the the rest of the hotel is updated to this standard it would be lovely.Pleny of sun beds this time of year,but could be a problem in high season,just go to the beach which is lovely.Now to food,no issues,plenty of choice at all meal times,tea,coffee only available breakfast time and there were queues,personally I think tea/coffee pots should be provided,this would cut down on queues and from a safety point of view,lots of cups being carried full of hot liquid and children dashing about are an accident waiting to happen.Adult only bar is a nice touch,but it was cold in the evening,drinks are good.A special mention to the restaurant staff who were lovely and happy,which rubs off on you.More
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