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Sponsored: The inimitable Balearic hotspot, Nobu Hotel Ibiza Bay returns on July 10.
By Elite Traveler | January 15 2021
Nobu Ibiza Bay is the island’s premier luxury destination located on prestigious Talamanca Bay near Ibiza Town and its most famous restaurants, nightclubs and Marina Botafoch. It offers 152 rooms and suites with soft furnishings, natural wood and artisan ceramics that reflect the island aesthetic, yet with all the desired indulgences of a luxury resort. Floor-to-ceiling windows and open terraces mean you will wake to the scent of wild jasmine and fall asleep to the sound of the waves.
Guests can choose from a selection of four different gastronomic concepts: Chambao is a laid-back beach restaurant serving Balearic specialties; Bay Café has a wide selection of healthy and deliciously wholesome cuisine; the Lounge Bar offers delightful tapas and cocktails; and the internationally acclaimed Nobu Restaurant features signature Nobu-style dishes with Japanese and South American flavors. There are no agendas; breakfast is served at guests’ leisure, and relaxing lunches blend into deliciously free-spirited nights. After sunset, Ibiza Bay transforms into a chic nightspot where the sounds of downtempo music fill the air.
There’s plenty to do for the entire family without leaving the hotel too. Relax at the two outdoor heated swimming pools, indulge yourself with a treatment at our Spa by Six Senses, go shopping at the exclusive boutique or change your style at John Frieda’s hair salon. Meanwhile, your children can enjoy a fun day at the Kid’s Club making new friends and partaking in plenty of activities.
– Size: 3,100 sq ft
– Nightly rate from $5,000
The Royal Suite perfectly embodies the Ibiza Bay experience with a blend of a relaxed, chic, understated quality and complete indulgence. On the hotel’s top floor, the Royal Suite boasts stunning views of Talamanca Bay and Ibiza Town. With a grand entrance, living room, dining area, kitchen, king-size master suite and guest room, the Royal Suite feels like your own private seafront villa. Floor-to-ceiling windows line the walls that look out to the Mediterranean. The extraordinarily lavish bathroom is crafted of Persian marble, with a deep soaking tub, rain shower and mother-of-pearl inlay. Indulge in a siesta or private sunbathing on your expansive lower terrace. Verdant gardens and stunning relaxation areas on the upper terrace provide plenty of space to enjoy the company of loved ones. Royal Suite guests also enjoy complimentary Bali Bed access at the main swimming pool.
Ibiza Bay Spa by Six Senses
Inspired by the character and colors of Ibiza, the spa’s design brings together a mix of sophisticated luxury and Bohemian fun, while restorative massages, high-performance facials and nourishing body treatments are designed to stimulate and re-energize. Signature treatments Nobu Signature offers exclusive experiences with a Japanese brushstroke: Azuki Journey is for sensitive skin; Kiatsu massages stimulate the body’s natural healing process by restoring the flow of Qi, or living energy; and the Marine BodyWrap uses a seaweed mask to restore your skin’s firmness.
As relaxed and unpretentious as it is arousing and spontaneous, Nobu epitomizes the Ibiza Bay lifestyle. Savor chef Nobu Matsuhisa’s signature Japanese dishes, such as Tiradito, Yellowtail Sashimi with Jalapeño, and Black CodMiso, as well as dishes inspired by the island and expertly blended cocktails. Nobu continues to delight palates with its globally renowned fusion of flavors and unique culinary touches inspired by the beauty of Ibiza.
Ibiza is a magnet for celebrities, hippies and boozy backpackers, who all descend on this Balearic Island off the eastern coast of Spain. It’s a hedonist’s dream, with nonstop party action and the finest DJs in the world descending on the island throughout the summer months. But away from the dance floor, this volcanic island is home to ancient towns, fantastic beaches and excellent restaurants. Ibiza is a beautiful island with lots of things to do, such as spending the day at a beach club, renting a boat to visit Formentera, exploring the island, strolling around Dalt Vila, experiencing the sunset in lovely locations like Es Vedrà or visiting the hippie markets around the island — there’s always something new to do.