Ibiza’s Grand Palladium Palace Ibiza Resort and Spa: Review

July 2, 2014 4:35 pm

Around the world, Ibiza is known for one thing above all others and that is its infamous reputation as the party centre of the universe. Europeans and Americans flock to the late night clubs to dance to the very latest techno music to hit the scene. There are day parties, all night parties, beach parties and VIP & celebrity parties and all of these combined have led Ibiza into having its reputation as a booze and drug fuelled oasis for any party goer worth his or her salt.

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But there is another side to Ibiza, a side that is perhaps kept a little more discreet so as to not attract too much attention. This well-kept secret is that Ibiza is a serenely beautiful and, if desired, luxurious place to go for a relaxing holiday. The Grand Palladium Palace Hotel Resort and Spa is somewhere that you can combine everything Ibiza has to offer and really enjoy the best of both worlds. Being in Ibiza’s Playa d’en Bossa, guests can enjoy long white sandy beaches with beautiful clear water whilst experiencing a kind of luxury that isn’t normally associated with the Balearic Island. Because of its fantastic location, guests who are looking to enjoy the relentless party atmosphere are just a stone’s throw away from some of the most famous clubs on earth.

The hotel itself has just about everything you could ask for from the very latest in technology, gyms, swimming pools and tennis courts to various restaurants where all sorts of different cuisines are served.

Ultimately the Grand Palladium Palace Hotel is somewhere for guests to go if they are looking for a luxurious and relaxing stay on the beautiful island of Ibiza but it is also perfect for those looking for a slightly flashier clubbing holiday on one of the world’s most happening stages. Whatever it is you are looking for from your stay in Ibiza, you can be sure that the Palladium Palace Hotel will deliver you the holiday of a lifetime.

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