Given Ibiza’s reputation as the party capital of the world, the idea of sleeping here might seem ludicrous, but trust us – even those with the stamina of a sub-Saharan elephant flag without resting their weary heads. Fortunately, the island has a bountiful supply of fabulous hotels – some designed to facilitate the need for disco naps, but the majority, to lure you away from the dance floor altogether.
From ancient farmhouses and sprawling resorts, to seaside sanctuaries and blissed-out boltholes, there’s something here for everyone. Surrender to the salt-kissed, Balearic breeze and soon enough the club will be the furthest thing from your mind.
Note: As part of the UK’s gradual relaxation of international travel, the Department for Transport has advised travellers that they should not be travelling abroad to ‘red’ or ‘amber’ countries for leisure purposes right now. At present, Spain and the Balearic Islands are currently classified as ‘amber’ destinations, although this is subject to regular review.
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