Located on the shores of Talamanca Bay, Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay, a member of the internationally recognised Small Luxury Hotels of the World™ (SLH), will reopen its doors for the summer season on the 4th May 2018.
Ibiza Bay allows relaxation seekers, party goers, spa aficionados, food connoisseurs and families to holiday simultaneously. The most sought-after address in the Balearic Islands has a flair for drawing on all the island has to offer; here luxury amenities live up to Ibiza’s natural beauty and diversity. Whether waking up for a morning blend of freshly prepared juices on the beach or coming in from an unforgettable night of dancing – guests of Ibiza Bay write their own agenda.
With enticing new menus and eat anytime hours, guests will want to spend the day at Ibiza Bay. Enjoy a lazy seaside lunch, sunbathe on the beach deck, sip cocktails at sunset or tuck into a superb late-night dinner with family and friends; Ibiza Bay is an all-day destination.
Embodying the stylish and laid-back feeling of Ibiza Bay, Chambao beach chiringuito will be open from midday until dusk. Ideal for long lunches and early dinners, guests can dine with their toes in the sand, just steps from the sea. Specialities include freshly grilled fish, authentic Valencian paella and jugs of sangria. Little ones will love the new children’s menu with original Ibizan twists on such favourites as spaghetti ‘al dente’, thin crust pizza and kid-friendly paella.
Under the direction of Chef Giacomo Notarbartolo, the Nobu restaurant will now be open for lunch. Its new all-day dining menu will feature bento boxes, signature salads and colourful plates of sushi and sashimi. Order a light lunch or poolside snack, whilst the sound of chilled out Balearic beats fill the air.
Peyotito will also return with its contemporary and refined take on Mexican cuisine, extensive cocktail list and famed Margaritas, with spicy Tajin, Blanco tequila, Cointreau, agave syrup, lime juice and a mezcal vial. Gluten free café Celicioso, will reopen serving nourishing juices, superfood salads and deliciously wholesome cuisine.
Health and fitness enthusiasts can draw inspiration from personalised lessons by yogis and meditation gurus on the new rooftop/ beachside wellbeing and TRX pavilions. The Ibiza Bay Spa by Six Senses will introduce its visiting practitioners’ series, with experts in Reiki, Ayurveda, detox and rejuvenation offering workshops and specialised treatments. In addition to their menu of restorative massages, high-performance facials and nourishing body treatments by Subtle Energies.
Highly acclaimed hair gurus, John Frieda Salons will return to Ibiza Bay. This year, the salon will debut an Ibiza inspired blow-dry menu, so guests can look their best, whether it be for a day on the boat in Formentera, dinner at Nobu or a lively night out
The Ibiza Bay Kid’s Club will be back for children ages four to fourteen, with an unprecedented level of sensory and exploratory activities, including fancy dress parties, mother/daughter braids by John Frieda Salons, jewellery making, sushi classes at Nobu and DJ workshops. The littlest of guests will learn about the local environment through Ibizan arts and crafts lessons using repurposed material from the beach.
Understated chic meets luxury in the suites and rooms, which reflect a stylish Ibizan villa and are designed to seamlessly blend with the outdoors. The character of Ibiza Bay is expressed using a natural colour palette of white, gold and blue complemented by commissioned artwork by local and internationally renowned artists, hand-blown pendant lights and luminous tiles that encapsulate a true sense of place. Select suites, including the Royal and Presidential Suites, now boast rooftop Jacuzzis and sundecks.
Ibiza Bay truly is like nowhere else in Ibiza.