Hotel is rated a three star but I would say it deserves a 4 star.
The hotel, pools and rooms were very clean.
Ideal for families with younger children, plenty to do, entertainment not the best but watchable. The entertainment team tried very hard to please every one.
It is 5 minutes to the shop and water park just over the road, but the let down was out of the hotel. It was full of clubbers, all the bars were loud, with dance rave music no family bars.
The hotel is situated next to the beach.
Would definitely recommend this hotel, but not sure about the resort.
The main swimming pool at the Don Toni Club tends to be very very busy and that is where all the day time entertainment and the evening shows are. One big complaint we had was the sunbed situation. It is an absolute nightmare, truly the worst in all the years of travelling abroad. You would toil to get a bed even at the very early hour of 7.30am as all the beds had towels on them and had been booked from the night before. People on the ground floor with patios were keepng sun umbrellas there for their own personal use when they eventually appeared!
You are just 1 minute walk to the beach and 5 mins walk takes you into the busier part of Playa den Bossa where there are bars, restaurants, shops etc.
14 bus stops outside the Club and this will take you right into Ibiza Town. Alternatively you can walk for a good 10 minutes along the beach until you come to a little jetty where you can catch a boat over to Ibiza Town. Think the first boat over is 10am.
Whilst we really enjoyed our stay we would not return to the Don Toni. We knew it was a big hotel but after weighing it all up felt it was just too big and too noisy for us. We didnt particularly like the resort of PDB either. There are other parts of Ibiza that we much prefer. I repeat we did enjoy our break and I am sure there are lots of people who will go along and love the Don Toni.
Travel operator: Thomson Skytours
Travel operator: Skytours
Travel operator: thompson
were empty. it was like a ghost town. hotel rooms were fine, same as any other hotel rooms,hair dryer wasnt nery good so i would take your own. rooms were cleaned every day and clean towels every day. we had a lovely sea view and had a lovely breeze blowing in fron the sea. watch when hanging things over your balcony to dry caise the paint or rust off them will mark your clothes and towels. food in hotel was fab, some of the best weve had, if anyone cant find anything to eat they muct be extremely fussy. the pools were nice, we found you has to get up early to get a sunbed only to find when you went back to them some cheeky german hac nicked your parasol. the pool mear the grass was better cauce you actually got lovely cool breeze blowing in from the sea. the prices at the bar were very very expensive, a small plastic cup of lager was 1.90 euros and a splash of lime was 1.30, and its only their lacal brew too. you can upgrade to all inclusive but unless youre a big drinker, then its not really worth it, it would have cost us another 950 euros for 5 of us for 10 days. we used to go to the shop and buy our drink from there and take it with us. all the entertainment in the day seems to be at the club end of the pool and they dont come round very often to get people to join in. we didnt think much of the shows either, the men versus women was quite funny, but as for the others we saw they just seemed to be lacking something. we went to a place called unos which is just off the main road, quite a way along, turn off just before you get to big ben. drinks were very cheap at unos. big ben had a happy hour, 5 euros for 2 shorts, but they put that much ice in your glass therea not much room for your drink. i think the hotel should have some kind of snack bar in the evening, cause you have to walk up into the resort if youre peckich and at night time it is so busy, you cant go past a bar without being hassled to go in, they wont leave you alone. we had a good holiday but wont be going back to don toni again, nor playa den bossa. night clubs were charging anything from 20 euros up to 50 or 60 euros to get in. the water park was 17.50 to get in.
Travel operator: first choice
Travel operator: FIRST CHOICE
Travel operator: Thompsons
Travel operator: Thomson
Travel operator: Skytours
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